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September 22, 2012
'Lawless America' comes to Sacramento today

A Sacramento courthouse and the State Capitol will be the backdrop for filming today of the documentary, "Lawless America ... The Movie."

Bill Windsor, an entrepreneur and publisher turned filmmaker, brings his 143-day cross-country odyssey to Sacramento. At each stop, he interviews people about judicial and government corruption.

According to his blog, Windsor hopes to interview more than 700 people on a 16,000-mile trek that will take him to all 50 states. His Sacramento stop -- Day 101 of his journey -- starts a California tour with visits to San Francisco, San Quentin, Santa Barbara, Hollywood, Los Angeles, Anaheim and San Diego.

At 5 p.m., his crew plans to unfurl a 150-foot "Crime Scene" banner at William R. Ridgeway Family Relations Courthouse, 3341 Power Inn Road, Sacramento.

"All victims of that court who are present will be able to go on camera to make a short sound-bite comment," Windsor said.

Then, it's onto the State Capitol, where the group plans to stretch the banner on the front walkway. Windsor will do his on-camera interviews near L and 10th streets.

"All victims of California government who are present will be able to go on camera ...," he said. "Following the filming there, we will return to the Homewood Suites at 3001 Advantage Way, where 'Lawless America ... The Movie' will film additional victims."

Windsor hopes to interview at least 175 Californians for his documentary. For more details (and Windsor's blog), click on the film's website,

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