Monday, September 29, 2014

Bill Windsor Walks Into His Own Trap


Bill has a major problem brewing in the Lone Star State and its probably the main reason he has gone quiet for the most part.  The problem seems to be the Citizen's Participation Act passed a few years ago which allows for Anti-Slapp (strategic lawsuit against public participation) measures to be taken against legal abusers like Windsor.  Several defendants in the Windsor vs. Common Sense case have anti-slapp motions pending.  Windsor seems to have been blind-sided by this law as he has now filed an appeal with the State contesting the constitutionality of this law (I wonder if he knows its employed in over half of the states in the country?).  The real scary part for Bill is its as if this legislation was specially written just for him as it stops his legal abuse dead in its tracks and forces him to do something he can never do.....show cause.

http://www.dmlp.org/legal-guide/anti-slapp-law-texas

"One of the benefits of the anti-SLAPP statute is that it enables you to get the SLAPP suit dismissed quickly. After receiving your motion to dismiss, the court must rule on your motion within thirty days, unless the court's docket is overbooked. Once your motion to dismiss is filed, discovery proceedings on the claim will be stayed, or postponed, until the court disposes of the motion – that is, the plaintiff generally may not ask you to produce documents, sit for a deposition, or answer formal written questions."

You can hear the disdain flowing from Bill already on this as he would claim that harassing and terrorizing people thought overly burdensome, costly and abusive discovery is as American and apple pie or something or other.  Oh but it gets much worse for Bill:

"Texas courts follow a two-step process when deciding a motion to dismiss under the anti-SLAPP law. First, you (as the party looking to invoke the anti-SLAPP statute) must show “by a preponderance of the evidence” that the plaintiff's claim is "based on, relates to, or is in response to" your exercise of the speech/petition/association rights described above. Once you successfully show that your online writing involves the exercise of those rights, the burden shifts to the plaintiff for step two. The plaintiff must establish "by clear and specific evidence" a prima facie case for each part of his or her original claim; if the plaintiff fails to show this, the court will dismiss the claim."

Uh oh.....Bill is in big trouble now as it is most certainly Bill's political and anti-judicial statements and goals that caused everyone to follow him in the first place.  Bill claims anyone who speaks out against his public goals is guilty of defamation, but I think  court is going to correctly see it as free speech.  But of course the really devastating part for Bill is the second part where he must establish "clear and specific evidence" for each of his claims.  His little game of "upon information and belief" with a wink and a nod is no longer going to cut it  That's going to be pretty hard when he flat out lied/made up every singe one of them.  The fake movie, the fake business, the marriage.....now thanks to legislation he never knew about....his bluff is going to be called up front instead of much later in the process.

43 comments:

  1. You failed to mention my favorite part of ANTI SLAPP. If you get a dismiss under it, Bill pays your legal fees plus a reward to discourage him from ever doing it again. That could get costly really quick!

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  2. So to those living in the gray states featured on this map, beware, for Windsor may decide to head your way next. Gray state residents may want to start addressing your elected officials about passing anti-SLAPP laws in your state--and pronto. Once they see why you're requesting it--to protect citizens from people like Vexi-Windsor, they'll understand why more than half the states have already put protections in place.

    http://www.anti-slapp.org/your-states-free-speech-protection/

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    1. The gray states have protections in place. Go right ahead and sue, vexi fool.

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    2. " he has now filed an appeal with the State contesting the constitutionality of this law (I wonder if he knows its employed in over half of the states in the country?)."

      HOPPER I wonder if you know that the TEXAS statute is TEXAS law therefore it is only employed in Texas? Half of the country has certainly not copied the TCPA, which is very new and will undoubtedly be revised many times before Texas gets it right.

      "After receiving your motion to dismiss, the court must rule on your motion within thirty days, unless the court's docket is overbooked. Once your motion to dismiss is filed, discovery proceedings on the claim will be stayed, or postponed, until the court disposes of the motion"

      You've got this all screwed up. The court can allow discovery prior to a decision on the motion. A court can take as long as 120 days after the TCPA motion is filed, to hold a hearing. Once the hearing is over, the court has 30 days to make a decision. Therefore, from motion to decision can take up to five months.

      "Bill claims anyone who speaks out against his public goals is guilty of defamation, but I think court is going to correctly see it as free speech"

      LMAO, you keep right on thinking as hard as you can HOPPER. Your understanding of this is, as always, waaaaay off. It's the NUANCES. You just don't get them. smh

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    3. I used to think Nuances, aka Snoozan, thought we were so stupid we would to buy into her spiels as fact. Now, I think she has a learning and/or reading disability - her "nuances" are all screwed up.

      Anti-SLAPP legislation was enacted in several states in the early 1990's. It was enacted in TX in 2011. There is plenty of case history to suggest TX got it right the first time.

      Yep, if the court is busy, it can take up to 120 days to hear a motion. But the law is written to make short work of it, ideally it's no longer than 90 days: a hearing MUST be held within 60 days of service, the court MUST rule on the motion no longer than 30 days after the hearing. ALL discovery is suspended, however the court MAY allow LIMITED discovery as is RELEVANT to the motion.

      http://www.statutes.legis.state.tx.us/Docs/CP/htm/CP.27.htm

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    4. ---shakes head----snooze, I know you are "special" as you have pointed out your brain doesnt fire on all cylinders but I just wish you could enjoy a moment of hilarity everyone else gets out of listening to you try and say something.

      For someone who took "Nuances" as the screen name and then decides to deride me for this statement:
      "After receiving your motion to dismiss, the court must rule on your motion within thirty days, unless the court's docket is overbooked. Once your motion to dismiss is filed, discovery proceedings on the claim will be stayed, or postponed, until the court disposes of the motion"

      I would have thought you might have taken a second to notice that I was quoting from the source I linked below (I know you can't follow links you need an adult to show you how)

      but here....find an adult to help you click on this one because this is how the world receives every single point you ever make:

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5hfYJsQAhl0

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    5. Oh NB and Ginger--you can't educate a Vexi. They make their own rules. Forget the whole "stay" thing too, which froze the time frames--that's what Windsor did in his motion. Seems the Snoozle is a bit miffed that her counting abilities are as "screwed up" as her inability to check links, or notice quotes, or research the history of Anti SLAPP laws. Vexi's don't like to be schooled. They just "void" anything that doesn't suit their frivolousness.

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    6. So what are you saying? Susan just can't put a "face" on things?

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    7. Oh wow, I feel sorry for Susan, I thought she was just trolling, but I see now that she really is retarded and not able to read

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    8. Oh and Susan here are the list of places that have Anti-Slapp or something Similar: Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Mass, Michigan, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pen, Texas, DC, Virgina, Washington

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    9. yeah there was so much stupid inside that one post I forgot to note this part:

      "HOPPER I wonder if you know that the TEXAS statute is TEXAS law therefore it is only employed in Texas? Half of the country has certainly not copied the TCPA, which is very new and will undoubtedly be revised many times before Texas gets it right."

      I'm pretty aware of that fact, and I'm confused about where I ever made the implication that the other states had some kind of power over Texas' legislation. Context, which is probably a foreign concept to faceblind vexatious litigants filled with hate like Susan, is king. The context in this case was that Bill was filing an appeal with the State that their anti slapp legislation is unconstitutional. I just wondered if he was aware that anti slapp legislation isn't unique to TX.....but snoozy reads an entirely different statement altogether

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    10. Oh, she'll want to see the actual link you got that from, but she won't click it. That's her game. Prove what you say, but I won't bother reading.

      She completely missed the point Ginger was making in that Windsor attempting to appeal the TX anti SLAPP law is ridiculous since so many other states also have the same laws. Snooze lives in a tiny box, filled with frivolous lawsuits and crayons. Can't be bothered with all the Nuances, just has to nit pick a small facet of what that one brain cell can twist into her vexi box.

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    11. You can nit pick word choice and play games in your desperate attempt to prove someone wrong but, bottom line the TCPA was written for people exactly like Bill and yes you Susan. The fact you haven't tried to point out the flaws in the law or how it doesn't apply to Bill, tells me everything I need to know. These word games you play just to be right, are exactly why everyone enjoys watching you suffer great butthurt because your comments get deleted. You bring nothing to the topic other than childish responses because your obsessed with a blog that shunned you. How pathetic.

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    12. Does anyone know a way I can free myself from the jealousy and hatred I have for HOPPER? It's eating me alive and I can't make it stop. It's reached the point I can't even enjoy the Bon bons I buy with my food benefits every month. I've become so obsessed with a blog that I keep forgetting my hatred for the government that supports me. Someone make it stop so I can return to my true passion, trolling the Internet proving I am the smartest person to ever touch a keyboard.

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    13. she spends all night (the deep night) spinning and screaming and yelling about how TCPA is only unique to TX....which is a big duh, but she can't seem to comprehend that I said I wonder if bill is aware that there is anti slapp legilation in over half the country. She can't get the "nuance" of that simple statement.

      But its just as well. We simply don't have the time to constantly educate her on even the most simple concepts because she is too arrogant to learn anyway. Thats why she is reduced to a late night troll. Just like a roach running in your pantry....dont reason with it, dont argue with it, just spray it. Yes it will probably come back because its incapable of learning, but you just spray it again. Delete delete delete.....only way you can deal with bugs on the internet.

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  3. Yeah, I'm thinking Bill can't scrub the internet fast enough to dodge this one. Darn it all. Maybe he should have thought of how manipulating Google search engines could come back to bite him in the butt.

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  4. I'm sure there are a lot of things Windsor didn't take into consideration when he launched his Vexi tour 2014 "Eliminate free speech, for anyone other that Windbag" There is a big difference in filing frivolous suits, and actually proving they have merit.

    Something the Vexi's never think about. Sure he's got himself and all the other brain-dead followers brainwashed into believe that when Windsor speaks, the world stops and listens. Uh, no. There are many fun tid bits the overly confident Vexi twins didn't think of, that the pesky "haters" did. And how utterly humiliating it will be for Snooze and her deaf in one ear, can't read fine print, overly bloated ego raging, menace-- of the self proclaimed "Revolutionary Party" with the lame Umbrella name "GRIP" to suffer the ultimate fate of having some bloggers (who don't agree with Vexi's taking over the Government and filling the spots with people like Shorty Shitty Schied, Nutty Nancy, and Munchausen Mary types) wipe the floor with their nonsensical, waste of trees, colorless drive crap.

    Get your checkbook out Windsour, or the endless credit card you bragged about so much. You won't own the blog-- ever, but the blog will own you shortly.

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    1. "... people like Shorty Shitty Schied, Nutty Nancy, and Munchausen Mary types..."

      Can't anyone, just once, give Marty Prehn the credit he so desperately seeks?

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  5. I'm still waiting on ALL the things Windsor was to provide, per the Judge, that are not to be on discs. 10 days. Still not here. Today, I even called the court coordinator, she's aware too.
    Those pesky things the Judge insisted on!

    Hopefully Windsor made a list.

    #busy #busy #busy
    #BeingVexiMustBeSoTimeConsuming

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    1. Isn't it interesting how Windsor always sidesteps his responsibilities while crying about how his "rights" are being denied? Asking for continuances, and sanctions at the same time? Wants to hold everyone to his time frame, while also using the "stay" to get around what he should have already answered, yet, ignoring the stay when he's filing for sanctions and contempt. The guy is an asshole.

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  6. Well Bill Loves public debate heck he paid $1500 for a PR Newswire release on his constitution is void. People all over were talking about it and 10,000 people emailed him per his words.

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    1. I listened to Rod Class's latest Talkshoe, he's still spewing the 'Constitution is void' rhetoric.

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  7. I wonder about the database that Bill Windsor has for his political organization http://youtu.be/xCBBcpKeYZg

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    1. That very well could be what he planned on using it for. He had people sending him other people's names and information to add--which seems not only shady but creepy in that these people didn't ask to be put in his data base, he was simply soliciting others to obtain as many names for him as possible.

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  8. ROTF!

    Kpat Brady Bill. OpEdNews reports you are missing. WTF ?


    OpEdNews Op Eds 1/6/2014 at 08:55:40

    Prayer for the peace and welfare of US anti judicial corruption activists ROGER SHULER and BILL WINDSOR

    The disappearance of Billl Windsor shows that the situation in the United States is deteriorating much faster than previously appreciated!

    RICHARD FINE - former US prosecutor, falsely imprisoned in solitary in Los Angeles (2009-10); ROGER SHULER - beaten and falsely imprisoned in Alabama since October 2013; WILLIAM WINDSOR - producer of the documentary "Lawless America" - fate unknown.
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    Occupy Tel-Aviv, December 31 - today, news arrived here of the unknown fate of notable US activist WILLIAM WINDSOR - producer of the unreleased documentary "Lawless America" .

    http://www.opednews.com/articles/Prayer-for-the-peace-and-w-by-Joseph-Zernik-Bill-Of-Rights_Corruption_Corruption-In-Legal-Profession_Judges-140106-955.html

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    1. The only place Windsor disappeared to is the place where he generates bails of paper with barrels of ink on them to the courts in his vexatious endeavors. Interesting how the legal wrongdoings against Dr. Fine and Shuler are co-mingled with Windsor's manufactured drama in an attempt to boost his credibility.

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    2. Just like a lemming to be reporting old news. Kpat--always a day late and a dollar short. LMAO January!!

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  9. We discussed this a while ago, Bill must have missed that post.

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  10. After today Lawless America Trademark will be officially "Dead" case closed. Of course Windsor made this Trademark claim to the Logo stating the goods and services were a political action committee. Hmm A PAC making a documentary to gain supporters for the "revolutionary Party" which Bill started Oct 27th 2012 and gave a response to the State of the Union on youtube about. Then in November ran as a write in for US congress. EPIC FAIL on all parts.

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    1. Wow! Now that's a really big deal.

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  11. Quote of the Day,

    "As to objections, the only thing an honest person could object to is the Grand Jury. Note that the contract says "any Grand Jury." If a regular grand jury does not take the matter, we then have the option to take it to a Citizen Grand Jury. Hey, there's a risk for those who sign that the garnd jury willo find them guilty...same risk all of us have with a jury of our peers. That's an infintely better risk than we all have with a single judge who is free to screw, glue, and tattooo us. If they complain, they simply aren't willing to be honest and defend our fundamental rights. If you aere told No by anyone, you must email me with the name, title, etc. On www.HonestGovernmentOfficials.com, we will be listing everyone who signs and everyone who doesn't. Those who refuse to sign are put on the Unwilling to Pledge Honesty List. Those who do sign will go on the Honest List."

    -William M. Windsor

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  12. "Jeanne Ingress- Glad to hear you're still with us Bill. I was afraid you were kidnapped... This next comment seems off topic, but look up "weaponized ticks" for an eye-opener on the origins of Lyme disease. Everything is weaponized. Just add the word to any search and see what comes up..."

    Uh.....um......errr..... :-/

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  13. Could it be possible Bill parked all his assets with Barbara, and if he gets wacked in Texas or in any of these suits, he just declares Bankruptcy? How convinced is everyone that the divorce wasn't a financial arrangement, just asking.

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    1. I believe without a doubt that divorce was an asset hide. Bill never would have just given her everything. He'd have enjoyed fighting over every nickel in court.

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  14. "The company's Chief Product Officer Chris Cox apologized to the LGBT community in a statement Wednesday for the 'hardship' created by requiring Facebook users to use their legal names. The real-name policy says users must use a name "as it would be listed on your credit card, driver's license or student ID" or their account could be deleted.

    There was a backlash. A widespread protest campaign was launched, notably from members of the LGBT community, but also from people who feel unsafe using their real names on the Internet."

    http://www.csmonitor.com/USA/USA-Update/2014/1001/Facebook-apologizes-to-LGBT-community-over-real-name-policy

    Cheers

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    1. I never understood Windsor's complaint about fake facebook names anyway, since many of his "informants" and brown nose followers use fake names.

      Windsor even wrote in one of his millions of articles that people could simply make up a fake name if they were worried about their real identities getting out, make a facebook account and simply send him their real names and contact information, so he would know who was who. I guess when it doesn't serve his purpose, he's against it. But, only those who he is against. All the rest is still ok. Perhaps Windsor will add this to his FB lawsuit, how "Unconstitutional" this is, and ruins his chances of harassing countless numbers of people through frivolous litigation across the US.

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  15. Well looks like Bill is not going to be getting dozens of real people who have nicknames and get thier up addresses or real info anyhow. http://mashable.com/2014/10/01/facebook-real-name-apology/

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  16. I guess it's just a matter of time 'til Bill plays the Ebola Card and the danger of congregating in a public place in TX for a continuance. What I would pay to see him appear in a mask and gloves, maybe his body armor as well.

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    1. Sorta like Marty's landlord had to wear when she cleaned out his hog pen...

      http://thechronicalesofmarty.blogspot.com/2014/06/inside-lair-of-mongoose-glimpse-into.html

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    2. No he will go get one of those full body chemical warfare suits like Joey did.

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  17. "Bill's political and anti-judicial statements and goals that caused everyone to follow him in the first place." Exactly. I just happened upon this whole thing yesterday. Hey. For all the faults of crazy people, they are *interesting*. And funny. Especially the video where he's told by police he can no longer be on the property of the entire University of Montana. I kept looking for some hint that it was satire. It's obviously not. And now a pivotal court case in Texas happening the day after I first locate this obscure obsessive-compulsive gold mine. I'm not trying to make light of all the damage this fellow has done. I'm certain having him fixate on one is not pleasant. It's interesting though. It's damn interesting.

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    1. Yea it is interesting even hilarious but for the part he is hurting so many people

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