Thursday, March 28, 2013

A Clubhouse PSA


As Billy continues to raise the stakes and make a mockery out of Allie's protective order and our judicial system, its only natural that people have become incensed and defensive of Allie and this looming showdown in Missouri.  And now that Wild Bill is putting any and everything out in the WWW in to his court filings and blaming them on Allie, I guess it needs to be stated what our official policy is on this.

I know a lot of folks are kinda joking around about this made up "trial" of the century and thats fine (it is funny as hell), but I want to make it clear that the official stance of I and this blog is to not go to Missouri for this court date.  Don't let Bill suck you into the gutter with him, this is still a simple protective order by Allie against Bill and the backdrop is her own family court custody battle.  No matter what you think of Allie its important that her family court case remain private and allow it to resolve itself on its own accord.  Bill is trying to bring his Ringling Brothers show down there to disrupt her case.

Its certainly commendable to want to go and defend Allie as Bill and his goons show up to intimidate her.  But the courthouse has been alerted to the freak show coming their way and they will have sufficient law enforcement officers who are commissioned and authorized to use deadly force.  Bill may not respect their authority but his old, frail and obese body will recognized the authority of their instruments of enforcement   And that goes for his goons as well.  Lets allow law enforcement and the judicial system to run its course here.  Allie has taken steps of her own to ensure her safety at home while the circus is in town.

So anyway, I just wanted to reiterate that neither I nor anyone in the clubhouse is actually going up there for this court hearing, nor do we encourage anyone from doing it.  Remember, we are far superior to Bill intellectually  physically, and most of all morally.  While that usually goes without saying, I just thought I would remind everyone of that as we should never cede the high ground.

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  1. Strongly agree. Everyone but Ms. Overstreet and the other people directly impacted by the hearing should stay the hell away.

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    1. I think most of us, myself included, are just joking. There is no need to give Windsor any more attention by showing up. It is exactly what he craves. We are just trying to show our support for Allie. I have no doubt that she is well protected and has make arrangement for her safety as well as her family.

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    2. I know, up until now I would have said this goes without saying, but thanks to Bill I'm going to put it up there in black and white for everyone to read.

      Look, just several hours after this he is already implicating us as going to be Allie's bodyguards there with her in Missouri.

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    3. I guess I should chime in as well. No one was going there but he's too dumb to figure that out. That includes our "hammer man and Petunia"...

      Brannon, he called you the hammer man in his documents. ROFL That's how I introduced you on our first radio show with the music n all. But he doesn't read here or listen. hahahahahahahaha dumbass pie liar makes me laugh.

      I'm certainly no expert with "legal mojo" but after reading his petition, it's very easy to see how he continues to lose in court. The guy is an absolute idiot. 98% of the crap he wrote has NOTHING to do with Allie at all.

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  2. Yes, please set aside your differences right now. Allie was simply in the wrong place at the wront time as we all are. She stepped up to the plate for all of us and gave so much of her time, more than many, to help us all. By the luck of the draw she wasn't fired, she was elavated so we could all watch what he is doing to her now. It could have happened to any of us. Indeed it is happening to all of us. He lied to us all, he's threatened us all. By naming us "John Does 1-1000" he is harassing us all through the court system. There are other ways to support Allie. Please stay home.

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  3. No, we aren't going there, but he's sending everyone over here:

    Lawless America

    about an hour ago.
    HELP NEEDED

    Friends, I could use a little help. I need more evidence of threats against me and outrageous things that you have seen posted. I really need, and cannot locate, the gross video about me that featured photo after photo of, excuse the word but it is all that applies, sh*t.

    If anyone has a screenshot of when the American Mothers Political Party advised its supporters to watch the movie, "Kill Bill," I could use that. I need any horrible stuff on AMPP as their leader plans to be at my "trial" on April 8. Same goes for Sean Boushie and http://joeyisalittlekid.blogspot.com/ -- all allegedly going to be there as "bodyguards," etc.

    I don't read any of this hate stuff, so I rely on friends to send me the evidence. Trouble is, there is now so much evidence that finding something specific is really difficult.

    If you have anything, or know where to find it, please email me at nobodies@att.net

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    1. Trouble is, there is now so much evidence that finding something specific is really difficult.

      Classic Windsor non sequitur ...we have so much we have none. BS!

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    2. he's more then welcome to have them review the video I just made for him

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    3. LOL really! Someone sounds a wittle bit scawed he can't back up his lies.

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    4. I want to know what happened to his 16 Gigs of data he sent the FBI, surely if he has that much then he should have everything 10 times over

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    5. I guess that's what happens when it's all made up. He figured all his threats were enough to put fear into everyone, so they wouldn't speak out.

      I think they should supply your new video. It sums up his lack of character pretty sweet.

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    6. Ninja, What happens when it's all made up (ie, a delusion)?

      A (delusional) disk crash!

      The Wisdom of George Costanza

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    7. LOL YES Sluggo!! HAHAHAHA YES!!

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    8. I thank him for directly linking us to his statement. All they have to do now is click and see that we are saying the exact opposite of what he claims

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    9. Exactly Brannon. I was thinking that this morning when I read his plea for assistance. I thought he bragged a lot about all the 'evidence' he already tossed together. The guy has nothing. This is a restraining order against HIM but the fat ass is too lazy to do any work himself. He gets on the net begging strangers for help.

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    10. So now people aren't allowed to watch the movie "Kill Bill"? When the hell did he ccccccccccc that? That happens to be my favorite movies, both vol 1 & 2.
      Delusional is just the tip of that big, fat pieberg.

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    11. LOL Roo. The PieTanic hit the big fat PieBurg, it's goin' doooowwwwnnnn by the head.

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  4. also Bill Windsor is either Delusional or he has purgerd himself with the so called protective order he states he filed:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hw5TLGEXbeE

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  5. As a lawyer, I second Ginger's request that we all stay home. Frankly, I'm amused at the thought of a bunch of Bill's yahoos showing up to a court hearing and being disruptive. Bill's "affidavits" will be ruled inadmissible as hearsay (or on grounds of relevance, or both).

    Given what I've seen on the LA website, it goes without saying that the LA true believers all all inherently distrust the judicial system. They are quite likely to see any rulings against Bill or in Allie's favor as more proof of corruption in the system.

    I think the reaction some of his true believers will have when the judge rules the "affidavits" inadmissible or prohibits them from turning a simple TRO hearing into a diatribe against Allie, AMPP, and the Clubhouse will be hilarious. If we are fortunate, they can learn first hand what one of my mentors told me early in my career -- there is nothing closer to being God on earth as being a judge presiding in a courtroom.

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  6. As an aside, though, I feel I owe Bill a debt of gratitude. Reading his rambling, largely incoherent "pleading" was quite amusing. I needed the lift on an otherwise dreary day.

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    1. Welcome to the wild world of Bill Windsor, Vexatious Litigant/Sore Loser Extraordinaire.

      If you liked that filing, you might find the long line of crazed motions he's filed in his own lawsuits in Georgia and D.C. federal courts even more interesting. (I suspect it would take days to read them all, though.)

      If you've got the time and the interest, start with Windsor's personal Pearl Harbor—Maid of the Mist v. Alcatraz Media, 2007 WL 7119047, Case No. 1:06-CV-714-ODE (N.D. Ga. Aug. 9, 2007)—and go from there.

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    2. lol@ his personal Pearl Harbor, thats pretty good

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    3. Ahh... So it's the USS Arizona that's the battle of the bulge between his fat ass and belly. He didn't sink a battleship, he ate one. He shits barnacles and rust. Oh, barnacles! Maybe BW can be in the next Spongebob movie.

      Winston Windsor

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    4. Umm...The U.S.S. Arizona is still leaking oil into the harbor...

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    5. Think of all the capitol bldgs, courthouses, hotel parking lots and rest stops around the country where the Lawless jeep has dripped oil.

      Winston Windsor

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  7. What bothers me about bill is this,
    ___________________________________________________________________________
    "Lawless America Stephanie, I am anxious to testify for her ex. I didn't threaten going. I don't threaten. I would have been there on April 1 to tell her judge that she's a pathological liar. But she got a protective order by claiming I'm out to shoot a bunch of folks, so now I can't be there. And all this garbage about me publishing addresses is just that. Her address is in the phone book, and it comes up in simple searches online. My home address has been published by these creeps far and wide, so what about my children and grandchildren? One of these wackos claims to have been following one of my granddaughters and has claimed to describe what she was wearing one day. To every liar, I say this: I will work to expose you. I will publish your address. If you have a valid reason to fear that someone who shouldn't know your address will have it, then don't lie. Stephanie, I am very disappointed in you. You know me better than most, but you want to believe scumbags."
    _________________________________________________________________________

    Why does Bill want to involve himself in a case that not his own? While
    I have no steak myself in any of this and find it hard to believe some of the Allie story too unfortunately I am not going to try to figure it out.
    I have faith in Judges and the police for the most part are just and do work. I believe it is people themselves who don't always tell the truth
    to protect themselves when in court so judges only get as much info as us here at the clubhouse do also.

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    1. Oh...if only we had steak in this! Medium-well, please. (I think you meant stake).

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    2. Sluggo your right thanks for the correction lol. I do like some steak too. HEHE.

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  8. While Bill states that the site is no longer at GoDaddy I have found that Trace route and points to the hosting there. While he has changed the holder of the Domain from godaddy to another site who uses rival Enom the content still is hosted at Godaddy. Interesting enough if there are issues and complaints you can still contact them This is just another Facade of Mr. Windsor.

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  9. K, I had posted the video to his lawlessAmerica website under comments for his latest article, it first stated that it had to be reviewed, but is now showing

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  10. The latest from Bill himself...
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    I am suing the Joeys in Collin County, Texas. I am also attempting to get law enforcement to pursue criminal charges due to violation of Title 7, section 33.07 of the Texas Penal Code. Sec. 33.07. ONLINE IMPERSONATION. (a) A person commits an offense if the person, without obtaining the other person's consent and with the intent to harm, defraud, intimidate, or threaten any person, uses the name or persona of another person to (1) create a web page on a commercial social networking site or other Internet website; or

    (2) post or send one or more messages on or through a commercial social networking site or other Internet website, other than on or through an electronic mail program or message board program.

    (b) A person commits an offense if the person sends an electronic mail, instant message, text message, or similar communication that references a name, domain address, phone number, or other item of identifying information belonging to any person:

    (1) without obtaining the other person's consent;

    (2) with the intent to cause a recipient of the communication to reasonably believe that the other person authorized or transmitted the communication; and

    (3) with the intent to harm or defraud any person.
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    He still believes that that people live in Texas. Suing someone has to be done in their own district. Furthermore, he has already filed criminal charges that were denied by Cobb County Georgia his own Domicile. He is filing them again in various counties? So, who has jurisdiction. If it is interstate the federal government does. But, wait did he not say he is a news outlet. Can someone post that here again. Aren't we all just discussing news? Lawless America News?

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    1. Well I'm depressed again. :(,,,,,, I'm not in Collin County. (anymore) (wink wink) :P hehehehe

      Oh well. There's always next week.

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    2. Just consider the gob-smacking temerity of Puke-maggot and Asshat Bill Windsor lecturing to anyone about the law; it's like getting a lecture from Jeffery Dahmer on proper dining etiquette.

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    3. I am suing the Joeys in Collin County

      So...I guess Billy has obtained a leave from the federal district court in Texas? If not, he's in direct violation of this court order (below) and may be held in contempt.

      IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that the Plaintiff, William M. Windsor, and any parties acting in concert with him or at his behest, are PERMANENTLY ENJOINED from filing any complaint or initiating any proceeding, including any new lawsuit or administrative proceeding, in any court (state or federal) or agency in the United States without first obtaining leave of a federal district court in the district in which the new complaint or proceeding is to be filed.

      [ Case 1:11-cv-01923-TWT Document 74 Filed 07/15/11 ]

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    4. Ok so before S.H. came here, and confused this whole can he or can he not file, some were under the impression he could not. She made a mess of understanding the orders and either said or posted something that said it was only regarding the Maid stuff.

      So Sluggo, are you under the impression that we all were before, that he can not file? And if so, then perhaps it's why the other criminal case he said he filed got booted? And the reason none of the other complaints go anywhere?

      (As for contempt, its almost his middle name now)

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    5. Ninja,

      I understand S.H. erroneously believed Windsor could file with a leave from a federal district court, but she (ultimately) admitted her error and stood corrected. I think the direct court order speaks for itself, don't you? I count no fewer than five "anys" in that order; can it be any clearer? With respect to any filings Windsor had made since this order, I have no comment other than I would assume he is in violation of the order if he didn't get a leave first.

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    6. Oops..that first sentence should be: "Windsor could file without a leave..."

      Forgive my errors...I've got massive amounts of allergy now and it's affecting my vision.

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    7. well lets say, just for argument sake, that you are right. So he faxes in some paper work to file charges against "the joeys" in Colin County. Chances are the people in Collin County don't know anything about his court orders or something like that. Would they be able to flag this right of way, or would that information need to be put in front of them to know the situation?

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    8. GS, I'm not an attorney, so can't give anyone advice, but if I knew Windsor was attempting to file on me, I would make sure the federal district court knew of Thrash's order. Did I answer your question?

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    9. Thanks Sluggo. I never saw the correction so I was still under the impression he could file as long as it wasn't about the maid case.

      Now it appears he is either just flat out lying about filing or as you pointed out he is in contempt.

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    10. Unlike Sluggo, I am (duh) an attorney, though I am certainly not giving anyone advice here; everyone reading should consult their own counsel.

      That said, I agree with everything Sluggo has posted on this thread-let. I agree with his reading of the 7/15/11 Thrash order; and I agree that if Windsor were suing me, I'd do everything I could to educate the judge in question about Windsor's long history of vexatious courthouse stupidity, up to and including (but not only!) the Thrash order.

      I also think it's exceedingly unlikely that Windsor has obtained permission from any federal judge in Missouri or Texas to file lawsuits in those states. But that's mostly my guess based on the guy's prior behavior.

      To answer Ginger's question, most courts would need Windsor's opponent to clue the judge in regarding Windsor's history. (Something tells me that the state and federal courts in Atlanta, Georgia are an exception to this general rule, though.) It's possible that a judge or his/her staff would do the research to figure out who he is and what his history is before addressing his filings, but it's more likely that they wouldn't have the time, resources, and interest.

      - Attorney, who was an overworked judicial clerk once upon a time

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    11. Oh and I was on my small cell phone & couldn't look up the court doc.

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    12. thanks, and yeah I was just trying to play the devil's advocate of how that ruling that Sluggo mentioned could be in effect and Bill still filing the civil charges against "the joeys".

      If he did file its probably the case that the court in Collin County doesn't know about him or his vexatious tag....I doubt they check for this normally.

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    13. Well, well...all those hours watching Oliver Wendell Douglas, Esq. on "Green Acres" finally paid off. ;-)

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    14. Well, snit...I've been tuned into Perry Mason...I gotta move the rabbit ears~
      Sluggo, you are so freaking smart & witty~ I luff your guts~

      Greeeeeeeen Acres is THE place for me...

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    15. Oh my. Having tried cases in Collin County before and being familiar with some of the judges up there, I doubt they will be amused if Bill has indeed filed a lawsuit without first obtaining leave of the US District Court for the Northern District of Texas.

      Hell, I'd take a break from the drudgery of billable hours just to go watch that trainwreck unfold.

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    16. If Windsor ever does end up in court in Collin County, I'd love to read your account of seeing the show.

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  11. maybe those Jesus freak, should now How it most haunted city in Missour, http://www.visitmo.com/ghost-tour-of-lexington.aspx


    maybe we should scare up some Ghost to follow them around

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  12. Knocks at doors everywhere, across the land, from process servers trying to hold straight faces.

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  13. @ Gingersnap: Thanks for the PSA, good job.

    @ Attorneys: Thanks for supporting Gingersnap's post. We all want to do the right thing.

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  14. LOL, just to add my name to the list- I do not plan on leaving my home body of water to attend a court hearing I have nothing to do with in Missouri or any where else.

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