Lawless America is a documentary film and a revolution – The Lawless America Revolution. The goal is to save America by exposing government and judicial corruption
Lawless America began as a concept on or about April 1, 2006 when William M. Windsor began to discover that there were corrupt judges as well as corrupt attorneys in America. The domain name was purchased in December 2007 to chronicle Bill Windsor’s proof of the corruption in his case.
When the United States Supreme Court issued orders in three petitions for writ of mandamus filed by Bill Windsor in which they stated that they REFUSED to tell federal judges that they had to abide by the Constitution, the Internet publicity caused over 10,000 people to email Bill within a week. That number is now well over 50,000 — people wanting to tell their stories of the corruption in America. Lawless America morphed into an effort to expose dishonesty and corruption in government while presenting ways to battle this epidemic. Lawless America covers corruption all over the country and tries to help as many people as possible.
In 2010, Bill held an online video conference that thousands participated in. During that conference, Bill quipped that if there was no other way to get Americans to understand that we are all victims of corruption, he would drive to all 50 states until he reached a million people and educated them. When that idea resurfaced in 2012, Bill quipped that he guessed he should take a camera. On June 14, 2012, Bill embarked on a 241-day road trip to all 50 states filming 750 victims of government and judicial corruption. That list grew to over 4,000 people who have asked to be filmed.
It started as a movie, became a mission, a movement, and a revolution.
There are over 1,000 videos on the Lawless America YouTube site. Lawless America is a member of the press and media with an online publication, an online radio show, and an online TV show.
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