Monday, May 12, 2014

With friends like these…

By NBTDT

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.      

Criminal Convictions
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.  

Elder Abuse
Total number = 6:   All complaints were similar, regarding poor physical care and liquidation of estates.  

Government Corruption
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. 

207 comments:

  1. One of the affidavits provided by Bill in the Texas suit is from Balloon Betty. In it she claims that MVZ was declared the author of JIALK in court records. We now know Bill doesn't think this is true. So basically that affidavit is now proven to be worthless by Bill himself. I look forward to seeing the 100 affidavits in Missouri to see how many were motorized on the same day by the same notary. Could be very interesting to see.

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    1. Oops. Notarized not motorized. Gotta love autocorrect.

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    2. Very interesting.
      Great article NBTDT. It does raise many questions. Like the questions for the "affidavits" he also provided in KS and MT. We know that Janice Levinson has a personal ax to grind against AMPP, and Crystal Cox and Mary D have their own personal agendas in MT. Now, did any of these people know of Windsor prior to his little gig? No, they did not. Do they know of Windsor outside FB and away from agendas? No. They communicate with him via email I am sure, but only react based on what he has told them, and their own agendas. Their sole relationship with Windsor is "conspiracy" related blah, blah. Now, it an interesting twist, you could actually look at what Windsor is doing, and say they are and have conspired to frame, set up, falsely accuse etc. those people that Windsor is suing. His motivation? He is the only one who stands to benefit by using affidavits that he either helped them write, told them what to write, or in some way influenced.

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    3. I don't know Cookie, "motorized" seems a more apt description of affidavits written en masse.

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    4. I wish I could find the email he sent me demanding I write an anti Allie affidavit, "or else!" *giggles* and offers to write it for me. What a nice guy.

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  2. *eye roll* then?
    ***faints***
    Barely regains consciousness, peeks at http://sharon-minnesotalawlessamerica.blogspot.com/2013/03/mnsharonandersonaffidavitmobillwindsorl.html

    There are 99 more of those? For realz?

    ****falls over****^ ^ ^ ^ hoofs up
    bwahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha hahahaha hahahaha bwahahahahahahahahaha giggle hiccup hahahahahaha snort hahahahahahahahahah snicker bwahahahahahahahahaha

    p.s. Great work NBTDT (luff)

    #motorized #notarized #enmasse #mess #dipsnits #ReadItOnTheInternet #BillSchit #twatwaffles

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    1. dont ya just love Bill's pose in that one. Quite the opposite of the great ass grab caper, in that one he has that "don't you dare touch me you freaks" pose going

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  3. The Missouri affidavits are cut from the same cloth. (Tree)

    They run the gamut from 'I don't know Bill personally, but I really like his Facebook page' to 'I know Bill well from Facebook, and he's a revolutionary and an honest man being attacked. ' to ' I'm friends with Bill and I know for a fact that Allie is committing crimes of espionage, fraud, and criminal stalking, against Bill and we demand her imprisoned'.

    Like Texas (assuming), they are worthless, not admissible in court, and their only real accomplishment is court staff entertainment. That, and to make the writers feel as though they helped Bill. (Which I believe is ultimately for Bills own narcissism, to keep the lemmings motivated to worship him.)

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    1. yeah its a way to make them feel vested in his court adventures

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    2. Bandwagon fallacy.

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    3. he had to come up with something to make them feel involved. But as far as I can see, his only goal is his need to win, to play the court game for his own benefit. It has never really been about anything beyond Bill and what he needs or wants.

      The lemmings were feeling left out, so he gave them a task, for his own benefit. It was a fools errand no matter how you look at it, they are not party to the case, and whatever they wrote doesn't matter to the courts. I believe Bill knew this, but needed a way to keep them involved.

      They really are all just like Bill, there are rarely any comments on each others posts on his page. It's a bunch of me, me and me. And Bill is the best at that game. LOL, it's always been that way for the lawless.

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    4. See what your penny on the table bought?

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    5. I never sent a penny. Nor gave him any donations. What I did do, was spring for some rooms for people in DC and Bill stuck me with a huge taxi (x6) bill. That whole penny thing was pretty retarded.

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    6. I was speaking to lemmings in general.

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    7. I know, or I figured anyway. Thanks for the clarification. There are a lot of preconceived notions out there about Windbag's haters. I know some think that I did/said/thought things that never happened. Probably the same for others. I'm just thankful that I never gave the guy any money or thought he'd save my personal case. What I fell for was bad enough, without those.

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  4. Bill will not destroy my love for Tom Cruise

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    1. Stop posting here, Val Kilmer!

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    2. I can barely type with Eyes Wide Shut!

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    3. I can't comment when A River Runs Through It.

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    4. That would be a mission impossible.

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    5. I think it would be Risky Business to go down this road for Windsor. He won't like the Minority Report even if my a miracle he got his depositions.

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    6. Looks like Ol' Butthurt Billy's out to pick a fight with the Scientologists. Uh huh...I'm simply thrilled to have such a fine, front row seat for this extravaganza! One afternoon soon, Billy will wake to find himself stalked and harassed JUST LIKE LEAH REMINI! And you know what else? Just like Leah, he's not going to get a ride on their flying saucer, EVER!

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  5. With all of theser conspiracy theories that Bill has about the commenters here. Working with the Universirty of Montana, The US Governmen, The Church of Scientology.

    He even now says, "including a program of covert and illegal infiltration of the IRS" after he is posting about donations and the IRS. This goes along with his radio interview where he states that he's being targeted by the Government and is on some hit list.

    Maybe it is time for Bill to go underground for sometime. It is possible that the Government is once again tracking him down. After following his footsteps from one mail forward to the next. I believe he can only be safe in arizona on the border of Mexico. Maybe Tiawana.

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    1. you know Tiawana has great entertainment. I remember that TV show NCIS that is where the one guy hid out a lot. I wonder if Bill feels like Will Smith in Enemy of the State. If I were him I would go underground without any eletronics and or usafge of an ATM machine. Just saying. I hear that they fly those drones all over these days.

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  6. This is pretty funny. So, the desperate attention whore aka William M Windsor latches onto another very large and powerful name to grab attention.
    1) MVZ had/has nothing to do with the blog and he knows it. His own admission about "Balloon Betty's" bullshit affidavit says it all. But he needs to throw as much shit against the wall and see's what sticks right?
    2) Depositions are rolling into high gear? WTH is he talking about? He knows the case is stayed and even admitted it when he had a brain fart with one filing he completely missed. Such a pathetic attempt to write on his .com lately. I mean, damn, he's a hot fricken mess. Anyway, carry on. Just thought the two references below prove how desperate he's getting now.

    "Are members of the Church of Scientology and Scientology Fair Game behind the vicious cyberstalking and defamation of William M. Windsor?"

    "This is one of the questions to be answered as discovery rolls into high gear in the case of William M. Windsor v. Joeyisalittlekid, et al..."

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    1. The mendacity of Windsor never ceases to amaze me. Windsor now wants all the donors to the movie to email him so he can send them a receipt because he never said or implied the donations were tax deductible or an investment. Ya right. And he didn't play ass-grab with Tammy. Ya right again. Windsor better hope and pray he never has to go in front of a jury because it won't go well for him.

      Lastly, check Windsor's Talkshoe shows--June, 2012--he claimed there was "no money" for the movie; yet, now he's claiming he's spent $150,000 on it. Sorry Billy, in a court of law you won't get to eat your pie and have it too.

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    2. Riiiiiiight?
      How many times do I gotta say "I'm Methodist"?

      Who knew that bassackwards was a gear?

      *eyerolling* face palming*snicker snorting*

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    3. I have a question. Windsor stated repeatedly that the "corrupt courts and judges" stole ALL his money in the MOM case. He swore under penalty of perjury that he does not have a paying job now. So, if he says he spent 150K on a bunch of youtube clips and an extended vacation trip (for lack of better words) around the US, (not including Hawaii or Alaska because he didn't go there) where did he get that money? For a man who cries all the time about being "broke" he's sure got an awful lot of mattress money.

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    4. Windsor is listed as the CEO of 1st Communications of Independence. OH:
      http://www.1st-communications.net/offices.htm

      He also has an (apparent) equity interest in the company:

      1st Communications is owned by Bain Capital, Triumph Capital Group, and Bill Windsor.

      [http://www.1st-communications.net/1stcommunications.htm]

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    5. The Elders at Westborro Baptist aren't going to like this...

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    6. He did indeed claim that Lawless America:

      IS a 501 (c) 3 non-profit

      > and that donations "should be" tax-deducitble

      > and he made hundreds--probaly thousands of requests for donations on his old .com site, his old FB page, his Talkshoes, in correspondence and in person according to witnesses

      > and he acknowledged that he'd received donations from at least 100 people

      > to the tune of at least $35,000

      > plus a luxury motor home

      > and he received wads of un-receipted cash, such as this pile he raked in at one just one stop of his "Lawless America Road Trip"

      > and who knows how much was filtered through his GRIP and Round America "ventures".

      He can claim all he wants that these FACTS have been fabricated by those he calls haters, stalkers, libelers, crazies, etc., etc., etc., but we all know the truth, thanks to his own horn-tootin' propaganda, and as time goes on, more and more people will understand that the hole he's found himself in now, is one he dug on his own.

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    7. This is what Bill considers as defamation by quotation. Bill must be allowed to amend his comments at his convenience....otherwise he doesn't have a case.

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    8. Oooops - bad link above for the wads of 'un-receipted cash' - here's the correct one - http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=4kgxfb&s=5#.U3JyTXbZcYI

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    9. That one photo with these less non profit for the cd sales if it could make it to my inbox it would be awesome. I will send it forward to the AG in michigan where I have a complaint. Those lawless dollars that michigan sent to him and also that went for the cd's.

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    10. If you right-click > save as, you'll have the pic(s) you seek. :-)

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    11. Anon at 1:54 1st communications was First Communications a company that went bankrupt in 2002 windsor was the CEO. They had a chapter 7 liquidation and owed over 1.2 million to the IRS. It's public record. Not defamation. Anyone running against bill in 2012 for congress in Georgia where he was an independent candidate with votes could have figured it all out.

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    12. You really should be quaking in your boots now. Sean. Billy's gonna produce not one, but two documentaries about you and your cyberstalkin'--
      I guess they'll be available right about the time "Lawless America" the movie will be out, plus his two best-selling books, "Screwed, Glued and Tattooed" --his memoir about the Maid of Mist case and his travel book, "Round America". Remember all of these videos and books are available on Amazon, you don't have to wait for them...just so hold your Flippin' breath...

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    13. Thanks for that ^^^, best giggle I've had all day.

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    14. Is this so called movie going to just be him sitting in front of a camera talking or is he going to show Fleming's attorney bitch slapping him?

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    15. Follow up question: Who would be interested enough to watch it?

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    16. LOL I think a hell of a lot more people would watch Flemings attorney bitch SLAPP him.
      People have already seen his boring, snoring, snooze fest youtubes. His state of the onion address, his self promoting "I need your help," or his proposed legislation videos...zzzzzzzzz.

      I think someone should go video tape all the rulings in all the courts, and load those puppies on a real documentary titled something like "Lawless Loser Loses" or "The Round American TKO" or "The Life of a Vexi Boy", "How Not to Sue the World for Idiots"...

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  7. He's loaded. Not that it matters, but he is loaded. All the Windsor's are. Have been for generations.

    --Allie Gate

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    1. ***GASP*** you mean...Windsor lied? That the "corrupt judges" didn't actually take all his money? That is isn't really "broke." That is repulsive. WTF kind of asshat would even ask for a cent, let alone large sums of money when he didn't do shit for anyone? Movie? Still none. Changes in laws? Nope not a one. This effin guy!! Prick. Makes me literally sick knowing how people put off paying their bills just to get to DC, couldn't afford a meal, and this fat farce is loaded? Who's driving that Karma bus??? I'd fricken donate to see that bitch get put into high gear right about now!

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    2. LOL Google is fun. Here are a few quotes from Windsor about his money.

      "She is the corrupt judge who facilitated the theft of all of my money."
      "The corrupt judges and corrupt attorneys stole all my money."

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  8. This just in...

    Europe's top court ruled that Google Inc. can be forced to erase links to content about individuals on the Web, a surprise decision that could disrupt search-engine operators.

    This may be good news soon for those who are the victims of Billy's hate sites.

    WSJ Story

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  9. The plot thickens we all work for anonymous and the government again. I was worried about going broke over what little I was being paid by Deanna kloostra a husband was making me.
    I hope that bill goes to bed tonight after reading that I comment here alone. I not part of some gang of stalkers. I do think bill is a funny fellow who needs a reality check in life. Just because he has money to sue people on the fly it won't make him any smarter or any more popular. It won't win him back his country back. I believe that bill will never get another business job after the bankruptcy of his billion dollar company 1st communications.
    It's all over for bill on the lawless front, the movie will go nowhere, all the followers are gone, and bill is all washed up on the political front.

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    1. Does anyone have the screen capture of Billy saying he's always paid his taxes? I don't want to go off on a rant here, but in the light of the 1st Communications bankruptcy, I have at least 1,200,000 reasons to believe Windsor's claim is not true.

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    2. Of course we all work for anonymous. I mean look at all the people here who use the screen name anon. It was only a matter of time before they figured it out. Anonymous, the Illuminati, the Gubbermint, the Scientologists, the Mano sphere, The Thrasho sphere, and the Men in Black. Oh, and that guy who stands on the corner professing to be Jesus in between swigs.

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    3. If it's a government conspiracy, he needs to look at his inner circle.

      Seems to me, he already has an FBI informant and I'm not talking Reverend Al..

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    4. We're still all Mike.
      The tells! All the tells!
      Gesh, y'all~

      ***huffs off***



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    5. LOL really? We work for Anonymous? Just saw what you guys are referring to on Windsor's FB. Is Tim new or something? Clearly he isn't reading Windsor theories, because he just contradicted their dictator. Windsor's belief is that we are all part of Scientology because one person he was told was part of the blog allegedly belongs to them. But in a new twist, Tim now says that we are all part of Anonymous who attacks Scientology, and Windsor? LMAO oh this is funny. Windsor claims Scientology is evil, and Tim claims they are victims. With all the "Conspiracy" mumbo jumbo flying around in the land of Lawless we need to buy stock in popcorn and foil!

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    6. His "Regional Director" is an admitted FBI man who regularly rubs elbows with various state AG's...

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    7. "Marty Prehn's Legal Defense Fund against Elder and Guardianship Abuse
      I may need John Travolta to fly AF 1 as I am only certified to fly a single engine plane.
      March 7 at 9:35am"

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    8. "I am only certified to fly a single engine plane."

      Martyspeak translation: My plane is a small, balsa wood model propelled by a single rubber band.

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    9. This is just one group or subsystem.That is run by one brain. How do you keep track of them all. I ask you...AGAIN.

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    10. Hey Nancy, go run back over to Windsor's FB and ask Tim if he knows Anonymous is also run by Mike. I mean, you really think we are all Mike, but he thinks we are all Anonymous, and Windsor thinks we might be Scientologists, and or Government workers. I ask YOU, How do YOU guys keep track of your conspiracy crap?

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    11. OK, OK...ya got me. My name is Anonymous Mike, AKA "the Scientologist", and I work for the government. Happy now?

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    12. "I may need John Travolta to fly AF 1"

      Got tight with JT at the Scientology picnic...

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    13. ummm, does JT know Marty is possibly a suppressive person?

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    14. Potential Trouble Source.

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    15. you are probably right - Bill is the SP, Marty the PTS.

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  10. Bill offered to write my affidavit for me. Lol.

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    1. I know some have said his "affidavits" aren't valid, but I always wondered what if they were? I mean, many of those who supplied them have self admitted (on their youtubes) to being diagnosed my a mental health provider of needing medications that they say they refused to take. Just an interesting thought.

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    2. That's one of the things that caught my attention about the people who submitted affidavits for MO. The list didn't include fruit cakes and the people off meds we've come to know and love. The people on the list seem normal on the surface. There were 3 of them that were border line but you have to listen to them for a while before they start to sound nutty.

      Whether anybody gives weight to the affidavits or not, clearly the MO list does not fairly represent Bill's most loyal and faithful followers. Looks to me like he is playing both sides of the fence.

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    3. I can't remember which page it was on but I remember him begging for his followers to either meet him in Missouri to testify, or write affidavits that he offered to help write. Am I remembering this wrong?

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    4. Nope, you remember perfectly.
      It was on the Lawless America page that all those "foreigners" hacked & Facebook yanked for violating their TOS.
      Begged is a correct term.

      En Masse? He had 3 show. Little David now pretends to not know him...."Bill Who?"

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  11. LMAO at these "Patriots". But if they ever get on the same page, we might all be in trouble. NLA has Plan C in play:

    "Calling all People to Albany New York, on June 2nd 2014, at 9:30 AM; at the James T. Foley Courthouse; 445 Broadway; Albany, NY 12207. By Writ Quo Warranto the People demand the New York Judicial Stewards to give account of their Stewardship, motions, defenses, excuses or lawyers will not be heard, arrests will be demanded. Only the People can make this happen, only the People can save the Republic, BE THERE, "PASS THE Word"!"


    But before that happens, another group out of FL is making a play on D.C. in Operation American Spring. This Friday, actually. Same rhetoric. They are expecting 1.8 million militia members and 10 million patriots. http://operationamericanspring.org/

    So, if OAS is successful, what does that do to NLA's run to take over?

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    1. They will all eventually have to duke it out to be Alpha Dog.
      Woof!

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  12. Lawless America Donors - Please contact Bill Windsor if you do not have a Receipt

    Thursday, 08 May 2014 20:00
    William M. Windsor

    Anyone else a tad suspicious of his motives for offering receipts now--nearly a month past April 15???

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    1. LOL yep, and also after he posted that the IRS wanted some further information from him. *face palm* *Homer Simpson "DOH"*

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    2. kind of late after he told people that gave donations that they were indeed tax write off donations. I feel that this will lead to a bigger issue for windsor. I heard that this is how most soverigns get in trouble. With the IRS.

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    3. Ironically, Al Capone was convicted on tax invasion and that's how he became an inmate on Alcatraz for a while.

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    4. LOL...Oops..thanks for the correction, Spamster!

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  13. 18 days until my deposition with Windbag. Da da da daaa. (LOL)

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    1. Cool. When is his deposition with you?

      (Are you prepared to take pictures of an empty room?)

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    2. There isn't a deposition for him scheduled.

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    3. Check the "Y". I think it's between the Jazzercise and Tae Bo classes.

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    4. I gotta be honest, I'm kinda looking forward to it. It's in my attorney's office so it should prove interesting.

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    5. Film it. Make a movie.

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    6. yeah...Bill can't object to being on film (too narcissistic). That depo would go viral on youtube

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    7. Vegas has set the opening over/under line for the phrase "I don't believe" at 360 and for the phrase "I don't recall" at 245 for that depo

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    8. How's the ice situation near the attorney?

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    9. I wonder how many question suggestions Susan has sent Bill for the big depo?

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    10. Sex with animals will be addressed, I'm sure.

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    11. Oops, correction, I just was served with his twisted up deposition. Typical Windsor style. It was going to be in my attorney's office. Now it's at that place he did my "empty chair" deposition. And get this....

      In court, with the real live judge and two attorney's, he was told it couldn't be on a sunday like he tried last time. He was told one day was enough, not more, because he thinks it should go on for days. He agreed in court.

      Now, surprise surprise, he notices up the depo as going from day to day until complete. He notices it up at that court reporter place, not the law firm. He notices it up as being recorded and video by Whistle Blower Productions. Um....no, I think not Bill. I do legitimate depositions. Not your fucked up, let's blow it all over the Internet, where you own the video, circus. Want a depo? My pleasure. Right after you do it legitimately.

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    12. legitimately, that's not part of Windsor's vocabulary, crazy town circus more like it, actually you should prolly video tape it as well

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    13. Oh and I'm supposed to bring thousands of documents to hand over to him. Documents I don't have. Documents I've given him at least twice. Lolol. He's just playing "let's cause them ridiculous amounts of time". Gawd I cannot wait to answer his stupid questions. Ask. Answer. Doesn't accept answer. Ask. Answer. Doesn't accept answer. Wash. Rinse. Repeat.

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    14. That's why he wants more than one day. He's going to ask the same questions over & over & over........

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    15. I think Flem Shady Productions should do the video!

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    16. well, ummmm. Too warm for ice and snow. In 18 days tornado season will be just about over. Next up, hurricane season. I guess Allie can hope a freak hurricane forms in the Gulf and makes it full strength all the way to MO...

      I have a feeling Bill won't miss that trip for anything, unless he doesn't get to twist things his way. Then, we should probably expect to hear about another health issue or theft.

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    17. no offense but I call it blowjob productions.

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    18. I hope I get the same lady that endured the empty chair depo.

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    19. so bill is going back on something he already agreed in court on? This is so unlike him....I bet the Maid of the Mist people would want to show you their shocked face at this point

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    20. He noticed up a hearing without checking with other parties or council. It was postponed. He's since been offered several dates to do it but declined, stating he has other engagements in other courts in Texas and California. Run Billy Run.

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    21. Ya, it's all par for Windsor 's course.

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    22. lol, what are the engagements in Texas he has court wise? hahaha

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    23. Is Whistleblower Productions even a legitimate company? I mean, what state are they registered in? Did they file a DBA? How long have they been in business and have they filed taxes?

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    24. You know discovery in Texas is gearing up!!

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    25. That way, he can charge it to "movie production costs".

      Book Cooking 101.

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    26. I bet what Bill really wants is to change the location and time to where he wanted it the first time.....late at night in his hotel room

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    27. Oooooooooo! I hope you get that empty chair depo lady, too!
      Her eye roll is an award winner! & no stunt woman could replicate that scrunch/shrink move she has!

      Will you get her autograph for me? (Coupla extras for herd, too?)

      ~~~waving~~~
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  14. Same goes with his recent announcement of two movies about Flemshady. Need to create the illusion of movie costs. Start early.

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    1. I can just see the depo now:

      Windsor "Admit that you did what it is I'm about to tell you that you did"

      Allie "I deny it"

      Windsor "Cut!!!!! Lets try that again, I don't like the lighting in here"

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    2. Not sure why. Both Windsor's (Mr & Mrs) admitted they haven't filed taxes for the past two years in their divorce papers and assuming they also missed 2013.

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    3. I'd ask to see a Screen Actors Guild card.

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    4. If he says 'cut' instead of 'objection' I'm going to fall out on the floor laughing.

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    5. Q: "When will the movie be out?"

      A: "Line!"

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    6. Why bring cocaine into this?

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    7. Dropping acid could be the reason why Billy has so many delusions about so many conspiracies. It is possible he has Schizophrenia

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    8. He didn't drop acid. He was part of Project MKUltra...

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    9. If Windsor is objecting at his own deposition (of Ms. Overstreet), he's got bigger problems with legal procedure than I thought. Ms. O's counsel, on the other hand, might well have frequent occasion to object.

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    10. Taking bets on how long before he writes an article on Weasel Curly pissing him off and the All Lies Depo Saga today. I'd rather drop acid WHILE being part of project MKUltra, than have to be the attorney to deal with him. Sometimes I feel like I should pay extra fees for Billshit management.

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    11. At attorney, that was a joke about the "cut" vs "objection". ....Although, nothing surprises me anymore with this guy.

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    12. Second-Chair AttorneyMay 16, 2014 at 11:49 AM

      I disagree to a limited extent, Attorney. Mr. W could object to any answers given by Ms. O that he deems non-responsive to his questions. Though it's speculation, I could imagine Mr. W interposing several objections for non-responsiveness if the answers he gets aren't the ones he wants.

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    13. if he objects when he doesn't like the answers, the depo will never end. The only answers he will like are those he provides himself.

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    14. Hence the biggest reason for the depo in the first place. Tie me up, get a drama fix, and maybe get some shred of information he doesn't have. In that order.

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    15. @11:49: It's a deposition. Why would he object instead of simply repeating the question?

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    16. Second-Chair AttorneyMay 17, 2014 at 10:10 AM

      @ 10:53: objecting to a non-responsive answer, then repeating (and possibly clarifying) the question to get an answer that's responsive, is the better practice. A deposition is the equivalent of taking (and giving) testimony in open court. Anyone taking a witness's testimony, at a deposition or in court, is entitled to a responsive answer to a properly propounded question. Anything less than that is subject to objection.

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    17. Properly propounded questions, now there's an idea.

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  15. I am Rosemary's Baby, and Rosemary is Ginger Snap's real name.

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    1. Simple addition to the lawsuit of the century.

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    2. My father is Satan. He appeared on earth most recently in the form of a transvestite who was known as Yappy.

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    3. That's like the 5th or 6th name I've heard for Gingersnap. After Bill quits stalking Gingersnap, there should be a game show like 'To Tell The Truth' - will the real Gingersnap please stand up?!

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    4. I'll buy that.

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    5. If it was a tranny, I'm sure you can read all about it on David Webb's unread blog. Those are the only stories he has enough credibility left to report on.

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    6. Anon @ 9:57 - that's you Webb, I know it. Now why do you want to start something? You know poking yappy will get you deleted. If you want to hang out with us, you can't poke yappy.

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    7. I don't think Webb is interested in poking Yappy.

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    8. Webb be tip-toeing through the tulips.

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    9. Avoiding falling into big holes.

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  16. Sorry if this has already been asked, been away from this board for a little while, is this proceeding against Allie before or after he was deemed a vexatious litigant? If after, did he get the courts approval on this and post the bond required?

    Couldn't find WhistleBlower Production's website, is that a pet name for his handycam?
    He'll be filming this all the way to the depo. and will probably make this a big production for his followers (all 14 of them) to see. I wonder if he'll wear his body armor like he did in MT.

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  17. Ghost of Ed AsterMay 16, 2014 at 5:09 PM

    I wish I could see the Deposition. Beware, Windsor is a cunning litigator!

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    1. This depo is related to the MO case that he did get leave for

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    2. Cunning litigator? Ha! You must mean cunning as in "cunning plan" of Baldrick, son of a dung-gatherer, dogsbody to Blackadder:

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pKRxX3s3JlM

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  18. You know Bill asks for many cease and desists and retractions. Except where is his proof that he never said what i said that happened.

    Here is the challenge simply put..... Show me where 1st communications was bought by the Washington post and not during a chapter 7 liquidation because that does not count as a sale that is a bankruptcy. Let's start here. If you show me otherwise I'd surely retract the statement that 1st communications went I to chapter 7 bankruptcy.

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  19. I'm so confused. Susan? Bill? Mike? Can at least one of you clear something up for me?.In one place, I read that Bill is no longer accepting donations. He said that, right?
    So why is this still part of his site....
    Donations will be appreciated. You can donate by mailing a check to Bill Windsor,110 E Center Street #1213, Madison, SD 57042, or donate by PayPal to williamwindsor@bellsouth.net. All donations received will be used solely for movie expenses. All donors will be listed as Financiers in the movie credits.

    I mean, let's say I'm a new comer who has been through hell with the courts, heard about this page and this Movie that will cure what ails America.

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    1. Send checks to Madison SD? Well now that's fun. That shows he changed it fairly recently, because he didn't have the Madison PO Box, he had the other one in Box Elder SD first. That was long after his April "I ceased to be a resident of GA" article. In fact, he didn't update his address until right around his stalking venture in MT last summer. (many months after he ceased to actually be working on the "movie.")

      Then, during his appeals in MT, he changed his address to the Madison one (November 4th 2013 in court records), then changed again recently to TX. (Even though, he went straight from stalking in MT to TX and hasn't stepped foot in SD, let alone spent repetitive nights to constitute a "resident".)

      I think these changes he thinks are so clever- will backfire in court.

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    2. You're confused? Well, that means Billy's propaganda and double-speak is working. Welcome to Windsor World.

      "Somebody is claiming they invested $5000 in the movie. No one's invested a penny in the movie.:

      William Windsor
      Lawless America Talkshoe Show,
      30 December 2012, 00:30:10-00:30:44

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    3. I donated a $1.00 to his paypal. :-)

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    4. Oops! That was a Typo. I meant "amused", not "confused".

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    5. "Somebody is claiming they invested $5000 in the movie. No one's invested a penny in the movie."

      Windsor semantics.
      1) because there is currently-- to this date no "movie"
      2) because he didn't write down the donors name, so he won't acknowledge it?
      3) because it was cashed by Barbara and not Bill so he didn't actually touch it?
      4) because it wasn't made out to anything referencing "the movie"? 5) because he told them to make checks payable to B. Windsor? (probably so he could claim it wasn't for the "movie")

      take your pick. I am sure there are tons of other Windsor excuses and semantics to sidestep the truth.

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    6. I posted this a few weeks ago, but I'm re-posting it now because I believe it's important to demonstrate with particularity and specificity Windsor's equivocations.

      Talkshoe June 05, 2012

      0:36:55 - 0:37:40: William Windsor [talking with DT who is communicating with Bill via the Talkshoe chat screen].

      D, you're a sweetheart. Um, you know, I, if you want to do that, then you know it's your call. She's talking about donating $5,000 and what I told people I would do is, uh, if we get people who donate, then, uh, I can't offer to allow people to quote/unquote invest for a percentage of the profits if there are any. But what I'm planning to do is if people have donated money, we'll take whatever percentage that is of what we bring in totally to do the movie and then, uh, if we end up having a block buster hit, folks might actually make out pretty well from it. So D, I'm gonna leave it up to you.


      0:39:00 - 0:39:21: William Windsor [talking with DT who is communicating with Bill via the Talkshoe chat screen].

      Well alright D, you're in. D do know this, we have somebody who's come in saying they're gonna put in all the rest of the money we need, uh, but hey, you'll get in there and um, and you'll have a piece of it, and I told 'em that we had folks that who had put money in.”

      Donation or investment? You decide.

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    7. An "Oldie but Goodie" by Sluggo:

      http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=2rfpirm&s=5#.U3eS3nYWfUw

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    8. Dated screenshot of his request for donations be mailed to SD - http://oi57.tinypic.com/ngc5j6.jpg

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    9. There he goes again. Compare:

      "We have no rights to your story" to

      TALENT & INTERVIEW RELEASE FORM
      Authorization to Reproduce Physical Likeness
      and to Use Talent and Services Release

      For value received, I agree and consent that William M. Windsor and his company, nominees,
      and assigns may use any motion picture, video, still photo, or voice recordings taken of me or
      any reproduction thereof, in any form, style, or color, together with any writing and/or other
      advertising and/or publicity material in connection therewith, including the use of my name as
      they may select.
      I understand that my talents and/or services and any related advertising and publicity materials
      are to be used in connection with the project: Lawless America. This consent is given by me
      without limitations upon any use for projection, playback, reprints, rerun, broadcast, telecast, or
      publication of every kind, including the advertising and publicity connected therewith. I also
      agree that the originals and copies therefrom shall be and remain the exclusive property of
      William M. Windsor or his nominees and assigns.
      I am over (18) years of age. (NOTE: If subject is under 18, a parent or guardian must sign this release on behalf of the minor.)


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    10. PDF of LA Release:

      https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_FlsKyRGs96cFNZdTF1V1JxTU0/edit?usp=sharing

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    11. He should also have addressed that pesky "mentally ill" provision.

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    12. With respect to whom, Windsor or the talent?

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    13. Any contract would be either void or voidable by either mentally ill party.

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    14. Oh...a mentally ill party, that's where people dress up like fake cowboys, donate to the rich, and eat pie.

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    15. And on the other side, you've got your Marty Prehns...

      No binding contract.

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    16. Oh..so Marty is actually an oxymoron and not just a...well, you know..

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    17. Marty's video has been proven to be a complete fairy tale (no offense, David Webb) and is contractually owned and propagated by this third party.

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    18. Problem is with Windsor, that pretty much sums up all his videos. Fairy tales, by disgruntled litigants who didn't like the outcome of their cases. But what would you expect from the extra large fairy of Windsor tales?

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    19. Marty's video could easily be part of the upcoming blockbuster "Slanderella". None of it is true and essentially exploits a mentally ill person.

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    20. Ah...but Billy said there will be a double feature produced, ie, Slanderfella and Slanderella.

      (Look at that...yet again it's a "double-down" -- I told you that was a typical Billy Windsor move.)

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  20. I know ive said this before, but, WTF? I mean, I am no where near as up to date on this as most of you are, but it just seems so cut and dry. Why in the unholy F-WORD is the boob STILL getting away with this ridiculous, waste of time and money BILLSHIT? WHY? HOW? His lies are documented FOREVER on the WWW and really, even my 11 year old son could read his trash, see the evidence, and figure out what hes doing. Why do the courts allow him to continue to harrass ppl, cost them money, waste the courts time when it is flippin OBVIOUS what he's doing? I don't understand!

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    1. I agree. In a bizarre way, Billy is proving the courts are corrupt by allowing him to go on and on and on--like the Energizer Bunny with rabies. Who would have though he'd get away this long with not paying a sanction (apx $30K) from a federal court?

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    2. Maybe they can't find him. Maybe he's evading the state controller (or whoever that lady was Attorney posted about) Perhaps that is the reason for his numerous PO BOX changes and his new Gypsy lifestyle with no physical address. Also why he hasn't changed his drivers license in over a year after moving out of GA, or why he hasn't changed his license plates. It looks like that is a man on the move who doesn't want to be found.

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    3. No matter how badly everyone wants him shut out of the courts, it would be a violation of his civil rights to bar him completely from the courts. IMO, the Feds did all that they could to keep him in check. The only place Bill is getting away with his frivolity right now is in MO (but at least it appears he's on a short leash). KS is ignoring the whole thing. MT & TX are doing their best to consider and protect the rights of all the parties, IMO.

      The up side is, Bill is own worst enemy - the more claims he makes, the more vexatious he appears and the more ammunition for defense he gives respondents. If he intends to file complaints in the other 45 states, maybe the others will be able throw his harassment cases out of their courts more quickly.

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    4. Recall in his last Writ of Mandamus motion to the Fifth Circuit Windsor serviced a load of folks including Sally Quillian Yates, US Attorney for the Northern District of Georgia. If I recall correctly, she is the person charged with recovering the $30K due from Windsor. In other words, Yates has his address...er...PO Box.

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    5. "No matter how badly everyone wants him shut out of the courts, it would be a violation of his civil rights to bar him completely from the courts. "

      I'd typically agree, but not here.

      Sorta like your right to swing your fist stops at my nose kinda thing.

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    6. Right Spammy! Play by the rules or get kicked out of the game. It's ridiculous!!

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    7. I see it like a death sentence results in automatic appeal kinda thing. Equal protection is part of the Constitution I don't want anybody to mess with. The TX & MT courts, so far, are working to stop his 'fist' short of our 'noses', and that is what I expect.

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    8. Eventually, you exhaust all appeals. Only an 11:59 phone call from the governor will stay the execution.

      Are we there yet? Are we there yet?

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    9. LOL - are we there yet.

      Eventually, the courts quit taking Bill's appeals and there is no 11:59 phone call that can save him. The TX court is almost there...I can feel it in by bones...

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    10. I think you're right, NB, and what's going on in Texas is what's happening in Montana (perhaps MT is even further along). That said, you do know it's a safe bet Billy will appeal to the SCOTUS, right?

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    11. Yep. And hopefully, the state and federal judges' rulings are thoughtful, fair and correct so that there is no error found to overturn their decisions.

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  21. I agree NBTDT, he has the same rights as everyone else, but this has gone so far beyond that its insane! And I don't only mean the shiz he gets away with in court. See, I backed away from the whole LA thing pretty quick because honestly, once i saw the type of wackos he was filming, I knew right away I didn't want to be, well, considered "one of them". My reason for associating with it at all was legit. I'm not a blathering conspiracy theorist, or someone that lived in a trailer with an abusive boyfriend and complained about cps. And before I even heard of the boob, I met a few sane ppl with stories like mine. Enough to see there is definately corruption and I had no idea before. Shoot, if someone time me my story 4 yrs ago, I would think they were lying. So when I hear some other stories that were so much like mine, I was pissed, scared, I don't know, it was hard to believe. All I did was read, read read and was shocked to see thousands of pages on the net about this. So, when I read about LA, I thought, what a great idea! Ppl NEED to know what's going on. I did Google the boob, but only read one or two pages about him. I told my son about it and he was totally excited to be able to tell his story and finally have ppl listen. Like I've said before, I saw things I thought were effed up almost from jump. Allie did too. We talked about it a lot! I just wanted to be able to say what happened to us and thought maybe someone that was going through the same thing might see it and not feel like they were losing their minds like I did at first. And it did feel good to sit there and tell my story. I'm not a cryer and I let it go. Lol. And my son felt empowered holding that stupid crime scene banner up. Even though it ended up being this stupidity, my son had a voice. I still think the "idea" of exposing the corruption is a good idea. Bill was just a fraud and an asshole. We didn't know. I never thought that HE woupd change anything or help anyone, but I did have hope that the TRUTH would. Then he ended up victimizing the "victims". Not just through court. He stalked them. Actively TRIED to ruin their lives. I still don't fully understand what happened with the whole suicide note drama. And its been so long now, I really don't care. But this man continues to tell lies, harrass ppl, and give ppl false hope that their voices might be heard. IMO, that's far more vile than being vexi. Idk, just venting.
    Don't mind me.
    Carry on. :-)

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    1. And even though I don't agree with everyone all the time on this blog, I am sooooo glad it exists. The boob and ppl like him need to be exposed for what thwy really are. Without blogs like this, he would continue to lie, trick people, and be the boob. Now when ppl Google him, they at least have more than his shit to read, and if they have even half a brain, they can see the truth about him. Ya know, I've never read anything about bill having sex with animals except for what HE writes on HIS page. No rational, or reasonably intelligent person would actually take any of EHH, or Boushies postings as fact. Cmon!

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    2. Yep, I agree - it's all vile behavior, being vexi is just one of several objectionable behaviors.

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    3. How does he keep getting away with just dismissing the court orders? Over, and over and over. So many examples, but most recently what Allie just posted about the depo. The JUDGE ruled that he couldn't do it on a Sunday or waste more than one day of her time, but he acts like that was never said. He just does what he wants. When is someone finally gonna say, "ENOUGH"!!! Yes, he has the right to file suit, but he has to follow the rules like everyone else.

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    4. Considering his age, his admitted health issues, his very obvious declining health image & his even more blatantly obvious mental decline? I'd put my betting money on him being stopped, soon, by God (insert whichever higher power of choice).
      OR?
      Another stalking adventure? & a small projectile could stop him.

      NOT A THREAT. Just an observation/opinion (secret hope)

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    5. yeah, or hopefully jail if he keeps stalking people. Then he can spend his vexi'ness on complaining about rights issues in prison.

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    6. I'd totally subscribe to the prison blog!!!! All he has to do is knock it the eff off and in return, he'd be left alone. But he has no interest in being left alone. He acts like this blog and other sites about him have "slandered" his good name and he's sooooo upset by all the sick lies. BILLSHIT! He LOVES it! He BRAGS, This is believed to be the largest case of defamation in history with thousands of defamatory statements by as many as 700 co-conspirators." Believed by who? In the history of what? His imagination? At this point, this blog might be the only thing keeping his worthless name on the net, and he knows it! Generally, I can't stand bullys or dog pack attacked type behavior and I have almost always sided with the one being picked on, but this time, its not only well earned, but he BEGS for it!

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    7. I believe the pathology of the victim mentality predicates creating an environment where you can claim victimhood.

      IMO.

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    9. I agree with what nbtdt wrote, that Bill is his own worst enemy. He is his own victim. And he's a dick. IMO. :-).

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    1. "found or base something on.
      "the theory of structure on which later chemistry was predicated"
      synonyms: base, be dependent, found, establish, rest, ground, premise
      "expansion of the group is predicated on further research"

      Fuck off.

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    2. "found or base something on.
      "the theory of structure on which later chemistry was predicated"
      synonyms: base, be dependent, found, establish, rest, ground, premise
      "expansion of the group is predicated on further research"

      How's that professional journalist gig working for ya?

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    3. verb 3rd person present: predicates /ˈpredəˌkāt/

      GRAMMAR LOGIC state, affirm, or assert (something) about the subject of a sentence or an argument of proposition. "a word that predicates something about its subject"

      found or base something on. "the theory of structure on which later chemistry was predicated" synonyms: base, be dependent, found, establish, rest, ground, premise More

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    4. And that's not very nice David. Shame on you.

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    5. Late Latin praedicatus, past participle of praedicare to assert, predicate logically, preach, from Latin, to proclaim, assert.

      FO, Webb Fruit.

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  23. Aaaaaw. Ya beat me to it Spammy. Lol.

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    1. I'd suggest he discuss something he's good at but then it would be censored.

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    3. Shouldn't you be cozying up with a nice gay porn site at this hour?

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    5. No one is gay bashing. It's Weirdo Webb bashing.

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    7. ↑↑↑↑-TROLL ALERT-↑↑↑↑

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