Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Stalking is Conflicting With His Stalking



After hyping up and promising his long awaited showdown with Boushie in Montana, Bill, once again, postpones it as he claims his stalking of Claudine has now impeded his stalking of Sean. Windsor claims he has to race back to to Kansas for a hearing/trial against Claudine for his temporary restraining order he applied for.  But what about the camera crew that was waiting in Missoula?  How about the big already scheduled press conference with all the major media outlets in the area.  What about that vexatious lawsuit in Missouri?

All this driving back an forth from South Dakota to Kansas and on to Montana is causing him to lose whatever remaining marble he had.  He still pretends that he is filming for a movie (you know the one that we must wait for a rich person to pay for it).  He congratulated himself for driving down a road where the pavement ended for having the where with all to turn around and go back. Metaphorically speaking, it perfectly sums him up.  He doesn't know where he is going, or even why.  But don't let that stop him from pointing out how successful he is.

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  1. And rember the august 1st hearing for allie. So i predict no montana until aug 5

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  2. No hearing in MO on 1 Aug.

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  3. Ok, time for another contest!!!

    What excuse wil he uses to chickenoout this time?? Cluck, cluck cluck...

    I predict an emergency trip to Utah compounded with his fake bank account running out of Money forcing him to start living out of the jeep, eating nothing but pretzel bites, and pie...

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    1. how about alien abduction? I hear that happens out there on those long straight stretches on the plains late at night. Maybe he could make the local news that way

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    2. I bet he would enjoy the anal probing......

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    3. IMO, he has "no money" like Kevin Trudeau has "no money"--it's
      an equivocation (lie) for "I have no money I want to spend or revel to the government." Otherwise he's loaded.

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    4. revel --> reveal

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    5. I smell a 5150 coming...

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    6. Or a conveniently timed stroke. ....

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  4. Tiny; So are you sleeping any better?

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    1. Who says I wernt? I sleep like a baby, with a baby. the motion activated claymores woulda taken care of him.... :-)

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    2. I know he wasn't disturbing your sleep. I was being sarcastic.

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    3. Hey! So was I! Funny huh... hes a joke.. and a wuss

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  5. I don't follow that idiot with his various websites and verboten FB accounts - I prefer to get the dirt here.

    What are the lemmings saying?

    Viva la revolucion!

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    1. LOL, there aren't really many left...time for the billy bully to buy some more

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  6. Song, ~~~~~~> Little Runaway? No,... Coward of the County.... I love old Kenny.

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    1. I always picture him driving around aimlessly with Screaming Jay Hawkins in the background for some reason?

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    2. I think in reality he's a little more prince/lady ga Ga than he wants to admit. Crazy, monster, and.... Ya know...

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    3. Everywhere around the world
      I am Lawless America
      Suing people right and left
      I am Lawless America

      (Apologies to Neil Diamond)

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  7. Have to admit I'm amazed at the response to his news release and all the letters to law enforcement. So far I've been contacted by................nobody!!!!!

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    1. Just wait. They're getting the grappling hooks ready to descend on your house any minute.

      Hut, hut, hut, hut...

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    2. The sheriff wants to know what your favorite flavor of tear gas is.

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    3. It don't matter, I've got a mask that filters them all...

      I hope they aren't bringing that black helocopter....

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  8. His "Round America" tour could use the tagline of "no village without an idiot".

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  9. Bill probably is wearing that body armor to lose weight. IM MELTING HERE!

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    1. Hides the lacy pantie lines.

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  10. It looks like Bill has started pushing his save America from corrupt judges angle again. I guess donations took a hit when he told everyone that his stalking & suing was his top priority. I wonder how many followers he has left after he told them they should leave? What an idiot.

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    1. Why do you say that?

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    2. Probably talking about his Deadwood video he just posted. LAME!

      It's people like Bill that make the Judicial system such a joke. Whining about trivial crap, when he's the one doing what he's blaming others for. The flooding the courts with BS papers in mass amounts, for the sole purpose of just being a dick. I would love to know the cost of the M.O.M case to taxpayers.

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  11. Along with vexatious, feel free to liberally pepper the word "culumny" when describing his antics.

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  12. Hustler Magazine v. Falwell
    In November 1983, Larry Flynt's pornographic magazine Hustler carried a parody advertisement of a Campari ad, featuring a fake interview with Falwell in which he admits that his "first time" was incest with his mother in an outhouse while drunk. Falwell sued for $45 million in compensation alleging invasion of privacy, libel, and intentional infliction of emotional distress.

    After a civil trial, known as Falwell vs. Flynt, which lasted from December 3–8, 1984, a jury rejected the invasion of privacy and libel claims, holding that the parody could not have reasonably been taken to describe true events, but ruled in favor of Falwell on the emotional distress claim and ordered Larry Flynt to pay Falwell damages in the amount of $200,000. This was upheld on appeal. Flynt then appealed to the Supreme Court, winning a unanimous decision on February 24, 1988. The ruling held that public figures cannot circumvent First Amendment protections by attempting to recover damages based on emotional distress suffered from parodies. The decision in favor of Flynt strengthened free speech rights in the United States in relation to parodies of public figures.

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    1. Well, I guess Billy Boy needs to turn his little Jeep back around and go "Home" to Box Elder, and focus on swindling money from rich people via "donations" to his "501c3" or his "non-profit/religious" organization, before he is ordered to pay damages to the people he's harassing via "filing criminal complaints" or suing without merit.

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    2. New York Times Co. v. Sullivan, 376 U.S. 254 (1964),[1] was a United States Supreme Court case that established the actual malice standard, which has to be met before press reports about public officials or public figures can be considered to be defamation and libel;[2] and hence allowed free reporting of the civil rights campaigns in the southern United States. It is one of the key decisions supporting the freedom of the press. The actual malice standard requires that the plaintiff in a defamation or libel case prove that the publisher of the statement in question knew that the statement was false or acted in reckless disregard of its truth or falsity. Because of the extremely high burden of proof on the plaintiff, and the difficulty in proving essentially what is inside a person's head, such cases—when they involve public figures—rarely prevail.

      Before this decision, there were nearly US $300 million in libel actions outstanding against news organizations from the Southern states, and it had caused many publications to exercise great caution when reporting on civil rights, for fear that they might be held accountable for libel. After The New York Times prevailed in this case, news organizations were free to report the widespread disorder and civil rights infringements. The Times maintained that the case against it was brought to intimidate news organizations and prevent them from reporting illegal actions of public employees in the South as they attempted to continue to support segregation

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  13. "There was no way to reach the judge to seek a continuance, so another 1,600 miles will be racked up on the Jeep just for this July 25, 2013 trial."

    Excerpt from the recent article @ Sean Boushie dot com.

    That is not true (shocking, something he says isn't true?), he sought and obtained a continuance in the Missouri ex parte protection order hearing via fax to the court. Kansas , as well as Missouri, accepts both fax and electronic filings and pleadings in certain types of cases. This is one such type.

    The difference, (that he won't admit) is that the Kansas PO request is from him, thus saying HE is scared for his life and must be protected. To ask for a continuance on such a matter would damage his claims. The Missouri PO request was from Allie, so requesting a continuance to "gather his evidence" would not have damaged his claims as the claims were Allies not his.

    No way to reach the judge in Kansas? No Billy, that has lying pussy written all over it.

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  14. Does anyone remember or can find the post where he wrote about recovering his milage of his trip in the lawsuit i like to read it again

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    1. Try looking on his Allie hate site the one that says he filed sworn affidavits. Try the first one listed there, I think it's his 5th (lol) filing. # 285 might be what you are looking for. Page 48.

      I was attempting to re read it, and he is just so full of shit, I couldn't finish.

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    2. Add another delay to service the car after all that driving.

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  15. After those lot lizards, he's wondering "why does it burn so bad when I pee"?

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  16. New Video http://youtu.be/KUJtujCjvAg Allie you need to show these to your attorney

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    1. I'm reading, Sean, I'm just not commenting. Every word I write gets used in court. Thank you for the heads up on the video.

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  17. Make sure you see it, you don;t have to say a word but I am thinking about sending your attorney a copy of this video.

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    1. "All donors will be listed as Financiers in the movie credits."
      I would think that above statement is another Windsor Semantic game. If you donate, under the pretense of being listed in the credits, that sounds like an investment. You donate, you get listed.

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    2. Any donation given to fund the movie or anything goes to funding the entire movement and political party

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    3. Right, but my point was from your video when he said he didn't ask for investors. Donating under the pretense of being listed in the credits, is considered an investment. You give money, when you have an expectation of some kind of return. Your name on the screen. (The funding of the movement is just another aspect that he lied about, and said he didn't.)

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    4. Please, no one, under any circumstances, send my attorney anything. My name is on the lawsuit. My bank account pays the attorney. Everything goes through he and I, not non party internet aquaintances. Do not take that personally. I understand some of you here are just as victimized and just as in the loop as I. I understand many here want to help. I appreciate it beyond words. However, this is very important. Do not interject help in the actual case. Interject it here, on YouTube, your blogs, wherever. But not in the actual case, court, lawyer, etc.

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    5. We must respect the attorney/client relationship and that we do not know what has been spoken behind closed doors.

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  18. Yes all you morons are much more successful than billy. Lmao

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    1. I'd say anyone here is more successful than him. A vagrant homeless person has more success since he's a failure at everything!You moron.

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    2. I would agree that analogizing all of the morons here and billy to a vagrant homeless person is the appropriate rule of thumb to measure your success perhaps someday you will reach up to that level

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  19. Stalk Across America

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wx1np9SKggs

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  20. Bill Windsor set to attend stalking trial of Claudine Dombrowski in Topeka – 1:30 pm on July 25, 2013.

    Lawless americar.org;


    Rumor has it that Claudine Dombrowski may not show up, claiming a stroke.

    If I read what she wrote properly, she has announced that she has written her last blog. If she wrote that, she must know the jig is up.

    I’ll get back to the motel and post the outcome as soon as it is over.

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