I was looking at the list of people that provided affidavits and other documents in support of Bill Windsor for the Missouri case; there are a lot of unfamiliar names. This raised several questions. Who are these people? How are they connected to Bill? How long have they known Bill? How well do they know Bill? Do they know Bill aside from sitting in front of his camera for an hour? What do they know about Bill other than what he posts on the internet? When these people approached Bill to be in the movie, did they expect to become part of a revolution? Or, did they offer their testimony only in hopes of resolving their own specific issue? If they weren't active within Lawless America, then why were they motivated to help Bill in this way? What did they say about Bill?
I found that most of them gave their “testimony” to Bill. In the moments when I've had nothing better to do over the last couple weeks, I watched the videos of the people on the list and gave Google search engines a good work out in an attempt to answer some of the questions. The people whose videos are posted fit into one or more of 5 categories: complaints about child protective agencies, complaints from people who have been, or are advocating for someone convicted of a crime, complaints regarding losses in civil court, complaints of elder abuse, and complaints of government corruption from people who dislike and fight bureaucracy.
The categories break down according to primary complaint as follows:
Child Protective Agencies
Total number = 15: 4 people complained that children were removed from the parents due to accusations of sexual abuse. The other 11 people complained that children were removed due to accusations of physical abuse or neglect.
Total number = 18: Complaints of judicial and/or law enforcement corruption in conviction of 6 murders, 3 sexual offences involving children, 2 for physical abuse of children, 3 for kidnapping, 1 terrorist threat, 2 for fraud and 1 who did not disclose his crime (he gave his testimony under an alias). All are claiming innocence.
Civil Court “corruption”
Total number = 35: Of these, 8 were for property claims, 27 were complaints of family court corruption in a divorce and/or child custody case. Of the child custody disputes, 12 involved unsupported accusations of sexual abuse by one parent against the other, 6 complaints were either for not receiving enough child support or wrongfully ordered to pay support and there were 7 unsupported accusations of domestic violence. All of the custody cases involve at least one accusation against the custodial parent, a few have two. Except for Yevgenia Shockome. Yevgenia deserves honorable mention as she hit the trifecta – she is accusing her ex-husband of sexual abuse, domestic violence and she is refusing to pay court ordered child support. She is fighting the court order to pay support in two states. She went to jail for contempt of court.
Total number = 6: All complaints were similar, regarding poor physical care and liquidation of estates.
Total number = 19: Complaints regarding judicial corruption, various government agency corruption and civil rights violations.
There were 7 people on the affidavit list not counted in the category break down: 3 were just friends of someone else Bill filmed, 4 do not appear to have given their testimony to Bill and no connection to Bill or Lawless America was found in searches.
There are 100 names on the list. Bill has about 1200 testimonial videos posted and many followers that were not filmed. Affidavits were publicly solicited from all of the Lawless America followers. Surely the active and familiar members of the group responded to Bill’s call for help. Sharon Anderson responded. But she’s not included on the list. So why stop at 100? Why not submit 101 affidavits? Does Bill just like even numbers or did he cherry pick his supporters? How many other followers responded to Bill’s call for help but were not chosen? Are the 4 people not filmed the only real world friends Bill has?
Of the 100 people listed, I recognize 21 names as being active after the D.C. event last year; 7 have joined up with National Liberty Alliance, 10 espouse SovCit rhetoric and 3 are conspiracy theorists. My count of active members may be slightly off, but roughly 79% of the people listed do not appear to be participants in the Lawless America revolution. This causes me to wonder if the majority of these people were motivated to assist Bill only for the promise of resolving their own issues and securing a place in the movie.
As for what these people have said in support of Bill, maybe the affidavits will be obtained through FOIA or shared once the case is disposed so that we can judge the credibility and validity of the statements for ourselves. In the meantime, if the affidavits filed in Texas are an indicator, I suspect the Missouri court is holding on to 100 worthless pieces of paper.