It was a busy week for inmate 14-1898. First he had his day in court Thursday on the Fleming anti-slapp motion. That didn't go well for Windsor at all as Judge Bob Carroll wasn't interested in the stall tactics and Bill's motion for a stay was denied. This meant that inmate 14-1898 had to......gulp......argue his point with his "evidence". Once "upon information and belief" was thrown out the window, Bill literally had nothing. Out of all the thousands of alleged statements of defamation by Fleming, Bill couldn't even show one in court Thursday. That's right, after nearly a year into this case, he can't even show one example of defamation by defendant Fleming. Judge Carroll is going to be fair and deliberative and make sure he considers the motion fully before ruling. A ruling is expected before Thanksgiving.
Other interesting revelations from that day......Bill has a new email....firstname.lastname@example.org
He also brought up Jennie Morton, whom he said was simply hired to run legal tasks for him and that they are not friends. I wonder if she realizes this while she holds his unlimited American Express card? Inmate 14-1898 will appeal any and everything. This was proven as he appealed the dismissal of Sam Round who was removed on the very legitimate grounds of jurisdiction. But as we have learned, Bill must protest every ruling no matter how airtight the argument. I would anticipate, with anything short of a direct denial of Fleming's anti-slapp motion, Bill will start to work in the corrupt word in relation to Judge Carroll. That, also, is standard operating procedure for Bill once he doesn't like a couple of rulings from a judge.
Then it was on to his extradition hearing Friday in Judge Cindy Ermatinger's newly created 443th judicial court. This was the hearing for Bill to either waive his right to be extradited to MT, or officially contest it. Guess which one he did? Inmate 14-1898 decided he wanted to spend the holiday with "the guys" in the tank in Ellis County. He wants the court to give him a Texas bond, not the Montana one listed. He claimed to have identified 12 different violations of his rights in his arrest, detention, and subsequent bond denial. This now sets up the process where Montana must now issue a signed governor's warrant and present that at the next hearing which is set for Dec. 19th at 9am. This of course is only delaying the inevitable as MT simply must show that the charges are in order and that they have the right person to proceed. Judge Cindy advised Bill that he can hire an attorney or have one appointed if he is indigent. Windsor stated that he would not qualify as indigent. That of course is a radical diversion from his civil claim where he states he has no money or home thanks to the defendants. Now he can hire an attorney, but will he?
By all accounts, it appears that 25 days in county jail has been good for Bill. He appears to be in good health, appearance looks better than normal and his conduct in court is just like it always was. Which of course means when it comes to making a decision, he's still completely irrational. This is maybe the first time in his entire life where Bill had an authority figure watching over him at all times and 100% obedience is required. To this end, this is exactly what he needs and has been missing in his life. Wild Bill Windsor has lived a life that flaunted the rules, he picks and chooses which ones he wants to adhere to and ignores the others while not facing any consequences for it. Will Bill finally start to focus on his serious criminal case in Montana? Or will he continue to focus everything on his baseless TX civil case? If he loses anti-slapp.....how much at risk is he to losing several more rulings for the same reason?