Friday, November 7, 2014

Bill Windsor Has a Bad Day In Court


Still waiting for his ride up to Montana, Windsor was brought into the Ellis county court yesterday in his prison outfit and shackles along with that security escort he always wanted.  Windsor's elaborate lies started to seep out on him in court:

-the entire Boushie episode was read aloud in court including the PPO and Bill's omission of telling that to the Court.

-He is more than capable of handling the $100,000 bond in MT and said he is going to hire an attorney for his criminal defense (no public defender), but I think he forgot he already told the court he was broke and couldn't afford an attorney, that is why he was pro se.

Judge Carroll noted that it seemed that Bill had sued defendant Sam Round and Sean Boushie in Texas because he could no longer continue litigation in their home states (he's a vexatious litigant in MT and GA).  This is exactly true.....and further evidence is with two of the other defendants Allie and Claudine.  Bill, of course, sued Allie in her home county for the exact same thing he is suing her in TX.  That case went on for over a year and then Bill dropped the case when it came time for him to answer questions.  That case is in Lafayette Co in MO...case # 13LF-CV00461
He sued Claudine and the American Mothers Political Party in her home county in KS again for the exact same thing:  Shawnee County KS  case number 2013-CV-001045

This is how Bill operates. All of these cases are about harassment and intimidation, not justice. He will modify his lies however he needs to in order to get his foot in the door with a lawsuit. Then its immediately to discovery where he tries to force the court to make the defendants give up personal information which he will then post on website domains he took out in their names. And even if he is ordered to remove his defamatory content from a website...he still wont do it....enter Montana and their 3 felony charges, or at least part of those charges.

Bill wanted to ask for a stay in the TX case. He used a couple of his classic excuses. Seeing how the jail wasn't up to Marriott Rewards standards, he has developed a cough that seems to only effect him during court time. Some of you will remember way back when, he used this same excuse about an uncontrollable cough as a way to get out of talking to his followers. Then he employed my personal favorite of the ole "I can't see" excuse. This time it was because he didn't have his glasses. I wonder if the Court knows that this is the same person who claimed this in court in GA:

"The 2009 income tax return is inaccurate. It was submitted when Windsor was unable to read. It will be amended when time and reading permit. The 2010 Income tax return is on extension due to the same factors."

Windsor wants his laptop back.....BAAADLY!! Those meanie guards took it, and it seems it may be heading up to MT as *gulp* evidence. Uhhh Ohhh, it just got real for Bill and all of those on his email list. No telling what kinds of incriminating evidence they will find on that poor machine. Bill tried to get the TX court to intercept his damning evidence before it reaches Montana, but TX will have no part of that.

He claimed to have an attorney for his criminal case...and named dropped Clay Jenkins, but he said he hadn't paid the retainer. This of course would also expose his "I'm broke" lie. He says, in true Windsor fashion, that he is going to fight extradition to Montana. I guess he wouldn't be Bill Windsor if he didn't.

Judge Carroll asked him if he was still interested in dismissing the crazy case as he mentions in his emergency stay motion. Bill claimed it was a moment of weakness, or maybe clarity, and that his vexatious blood had returned and he was ready to continue on to the bitter end.

The next hearing is on the 20th where he will have to deal with Anti-slapp motions. It doesn't help matters that he claims in his 3rd amended petition that even after suing the "Joeys" they still won't shut up. Yeah thanks Bill, thats the exact essence of Anti-Slapp. Will he even be in Ellis County on the 20th? Or will the extradition hearing be over and he's on his way up to Montana?

****Update*****
Heh, I forgot to mention one of the main procedural points from the day.....Bill is a limited purpose public figure and must prove actual malice in statements by defendants.

189 comments:

  1. I am so relieved to know the truth about Boushie vs Windsor's lies was revealed yesterday. It's just not right that Windsor flat out lies and gets away with it. I can look on the court docket and see when Boushie replied to the court, and for Windsor to beg for sanctions? Unbelievable. He should have earned his own sanctions for that IMO.

    Yes, this is clearly harassment and a violation of the PPO, and I am hoping new charges stem from the sanction request--and the Prosecutor will obtain the transcript from last weeks hearing.

    I am also relieved that Judge Carroll noted the Round harassment connection. Clearly, when Windsor can't get around another court, he uses a different one. How many defendants are on the "waiting list" to be added to the TX case, that have already been involved in another suit?

    I am eagerly waiting for the information to be released as to the "business" Windsor is suing for. Which one will he try to spin? The Delaware non profit LLC with Barbara Windsor listed as director, or the PAC from the trademark application? He does use whatever he can, for the situation he's trying to "win." Everything is completely contradictory-- and truth doesn't appear to be a factor in those games. Ever.

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    1. Thanks Ninja for your kind words. Yesterday, I got the order granting special appearance and dismissal with prejudice which has been sent to Carroll for his signature.

      As I understand it, because of res judicata, Windsor can't go to another state and sue me again (like he did with others, esp. Boushie and Overstreet).

      Thanks also to those folks who gave up their time to spend all those hours at the courthouse, and for their reports back to us--well done!

      Sluggo

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    2. You are saying you have seen your attorney's proposed order right?

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    3. Dismissal for lack of jurisdiction are always without prejudice. That said, I don't think he is going to sue you in Georgia.

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  2. Bill Has a Bad Day In Court

    It certainly sounds that way. Oof.

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  3. So, was Barbara Windsor in court yesterday?

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    1. No. there is an attorney named Barbara.

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    2. Yep, I know that there is an attorney named Barbara. But I was just wondering if Barbara Windsor is attending the hearings. You know, just how involved is the 'divorced' Barbara Windsor ? ;)

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    3. No sighting of that Barbara.

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  4. He claimed to have an attorney for his criminal case...and named dropped Clay Jenkins....

    Interesting. He certainly looks like a big step up from the legal representation Windsor has been getting for the last several years. Even though, er, the website doesn't list criminal defense as one of the Jenkins firm's practice areas. It's a little odd to hire a civil litigator (a species I belong to as well, FTR) to defend you in criminal court.

    Anyway, given that Jenkins is from Waxahachie, he may or may not be interested in putting on a defense in a criminal trial that takes place in Montana. I'm guessing that Jenkins' job, if he is in fact hired, would be to help Windsor fight extradition. If and when Windsor finds himself on trial in Montana, it would probably make a lot more sense, both strategically and economically, for him to hire a Montana attorney. And one that practices criminal defense law.

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    1. yeah I think thats exactly right in that if he does hire Jenkins it would be to fight the extradition. I doubt Jenkins is licensed to practice in MT, although I'm sure you can explain better how that works. I really do think it was a name drop but it backfired because he's a high priced attorney and Bill forgot he is supposed to be playing the poor old homeless guy

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    2. I doubt Jenkins is licensed to practice in MT, although I'm sure you can explain better how that works.

      Sure. You're almost certainly correct that Jenkins isn't licensed in Montana, but that would not be likely to pose a problem; under most circumstances, an attorney from State X can ask a court in State Y to admit her to practice just for the purpose of a single case. This is called pro hac vice ("pro hock vee-chay," literally "for this turn") admission. If Montana courts are anything like the other courts I've practiced in, it's unlikely that Jenkins would have a meaningful problem getting admitted pro hac vice to represent Windsor in Montana.

      The bigger obstacle, I suspect, is the question of whether Jenkins would want to appear in a criminal trial 1,700 miles away from his home practice. I certainly wouldn't.

      And then, of course, it would almost certainly be in Windsor's best interests to hire a local attorney in the Montana county who is familiar with Montana statutes, court procedures, and sentencing standards. Most importantly, he should find someone who's familiar with the Montana prosecutor and has a good shot at convincing the prosecutor to take it easy on Windsor. Jenkins might be a fabulous litigator, but if the prosecutor sees him as a big-buck carpetbagger from far out of state (as opposed to "that nice local defense attorney I go out for drinks with a few times a month"), Jenkins might not be able to do much good for Windsor in Montana.

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    3. thanks, yeah I didn't know about that. I think that would sum up the logistical and interpersonal problems Bill would have with bringing in someone out of state

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    4. Windsor has never gotten the concept of local rules. But then again, he doesn't differentiate between a tort and a crime and uses the terms synonymously. Uggh!

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    5. Susan should be here soon to explain how the legal system works and how Willy will be freed tomorrow.

      FREE WILLY!!

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    6. Love that he was sitting alone in court while his biggest lemming was at home saving her legal mumbojumbo for us. And he dissed her and blew her cover on court record. Susie Baby you got played.

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    7. Yup.
      I heard it with my own little ears. We all did. That's a transcript I'll buy, so we can have it to paper her little party of one table.

      #chuckle
      #BlessHerHeart
      #BitchYouGotDissed

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    8. Looks like Clay Jenkins is a judge too. http://www.dallascounty.org/department/comcrt/jenkins/home.php Perhaps his firm can still practice, but can he personally?

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    9. "And he dissed her and blew her cover on court record."

      I'm trying to read through all this crap and this gave me a serious laugh! Gracias!

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    10. I believe I saw "Judge Jenkin's" being interviewed on CNN/Fox News etc ... about the Ebola situation in Dallas ... as I recall he was the spokesman for Dallas and giving updates about how Dallas and the hospital were handling the Ebola crisis ...

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    11. Sharon?
      No, really, THANK YOU!
      I pinkie promise that "your serious laugh"? Was nothing compared to the *snicker* your Willy gave, as he shook his head in pity for you & gave the added "bless her heart".
      That? was worth the trip in itself.

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  5. I'm tickled pink that Windbag is getting the full jail experience. Just elated!!! Justice is sweet.

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  6. The Judge inquired to Windsor's ability to post $100,000 bond, on a Black American Express Card, to ECSO last Tuesday afternoon? Windsor denied it happened.
    Attorney Flemming asked permission to show the Judge an email she received from a Deputy of ECSO stating those facts. The deputy's email stated that accepting the Montana bond was an error on their part & Windsor was back in ECSO custody.
    Windsor was visibly upset by this revelation & demanded the deputy's name repeated & spelled. (was not)
    Regardless of facts presented, Windsor continued claiming that it happened, that he never used a black AmEx card, never left ECSO's custody or facility Tuesday after being arrested at conclusion of the hearing. Flemming's attorney used Windsor's continuing claims about this one instance, despite official records, to show Windsor's lack of credibility.
    Judge Carroll read each & every communication Boushie has had with the 40th District Court beginning late January 2014 thru November 5, 2014.
    Judge Carroll read all the documents relating to Boushie aloud, including documents from various Montana courts, 2 counties' Sheriff's departments in Montana. This was read aloud, as Windsor was racked w/ numerous coughing episodes. Again, Windsor was visibly upset. After reading these documents & reviewing motions & claims of Windsor re Boushie in this Texas lawsuit, Windsor spent more than 10 minutes telling a tale of corruption! Windsor's cough abated! Not 1 cough! He told a long version of being shot at in Montana. When Judge Carroll asked for police reports, exact location in Montana, the highway? Other than another episode of coughing, He couldn't recall. Judge Carroll read Montana courts' decision on Windsor's photo entered into evidence, & referred to as Roschart blot! Foiled, Windsor tried a different tact. Cough free, several minutes of how #CORRUPT the entire state of Montana is! 2 counties, JP, university, city of Missoula, Supreme Court of Montana, per Windsor are corrupt & working for & with Boushie! Windsor vehemently stuck like SuperGlue to merely following the rules of civil procedure in Texas, providing copies of filings for Boushie has now led the corrupt state of Montana to complicate this current case in Texas, incarcerating him (my personal fav)
    Windsor spent vast amounts of time contradicting himself & his previous statements. Vigorously denying that he was in any way a public figure or had ever attempted to be a limited public figure! Court was shown examples that Windsor had titled himself a #PublicFigure, on his Facebook About Section, complete w/photo. Windsor denied ever even attempting to lead a political party! What Windsor did not deny? He could not recall or 'it must have been in error'.
    Another example, that was shown to the Court & Windsor was his IMBD account, described by Windsor himself, a website that celebrities, film makers, singers, musicians, artists, etc use. When shown his IMBD profile? Windsor compared it to using Facebook, still claiming he isn't even a limited public figure, just a private individual. More coughing by Windsor during & after IMBD exchange!
    Windsor announced to the court at the beginning of day's hearing that in addition to terrible chill, sleep deprivation & cough? He claimed to be stricken with, & I quote, "raging diarrhea". Coughing came & went in carefully timed episodes, to me, & his raging diarrhea? Wasn't mentioned, no emergency bathroom breaks were requested. Wow! I would be very curious how Windsor managed his "raging diarrhea"! I'm left to suppose his gastric ailment just abated?
    I took 52 pages of hand written notes, to document everything mentioned throughout the day. Windsor's contradictions of just his own affidavit? I don't have a word worthy of using at this moment! I'll go with daaaayum!

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    1. *attorney for Flemming
      Sorry, tired. Poor typing today.

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    2. Do you also have his Wiki Page?

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    3. No! I didn't have that! *kicks rocks*.
      It is still a #winnerwinnerchickendinner!
      Per Judge Carroll's ruling? William Windsor is a.....wait for it......because like the © tankass, long winded POS he is? His #title is long:
      Online Internet Revolutionary Party Leader Social Media Crusader Limited Public Figure!
      TADA! VILOA!

      Seriously. Back offa my new BFF BarbH. She's mine.

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    4. These play-by-play reports are terrific. (Now I wish I had the hearing transcript, which would clearly be hilarious reading.) Thank you!

      It sounds like Windsor and Judge Carroll are getting along famously. Windsor is one hell of a litigator.

      (We've discussed the serious trouble Windsor could well be in in Montana—but given the hostility with which it sounds like Judge Carroll is greeting Windsor's presentation, Windsor could have real problems in Texas, too, that go beyond sitting in the county lock-up for a few weeks. Anti-SLAPP is coming up soon, and conceivably contempt sanctions or worse could follow. Look out, Bill!)

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    5. He won't admit, but cases like this probably lighten Judge Carrolls day. Goes home and tells the wife about the "total loon" in court today. Sounds like Bill might be in that jail a bit longer with more appearences, while he fights extradition. Is Carroll the Judge hearing that as well?

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    6. Yessir/ma'm. Judge Carroll is the judge hearing that on the 20th.

      Windsor is a whining puss cake!
      I am not nearly as kind as SuperBarb.
      I do see that Windsor is certainly a brilliant mind. Closed mind, but brilliant. He's the maniacal type of brilliant.
      When he openly admitted, under oath, in court yesterday, that he would never relinquish the thousands of domains that he has bought in the names of not only his defendants, but of judges? Even when ordered to do so? As he has been in Montana, to remove the Sean Boushie .com hate site? That? In my opinion is just stupidity.
      When one's brilliance is so clouded by hate, that they are willing to give up the last years of their very privileged life over a domain site in someone else's name? I call that slap assed ignorant, not brilliant. But, hey, I'm just using my #RightToFreeSpeech and I'm not the the over 66 year old facing many years in prison for #stalking or suing the internet for being butthurt.
      Windsor has spent his lifetime attempting to draw attention to himself. Here it finally is! it will be only fleeting, but the attention seeking whore consequences could certainly last a lot longer.

      #MillionaireCyberSquatterIncarcerated

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    7. This is one of the many "Notice me, notice me" Windsor al la carte WWW advertisements. Many of those pesky Limited Public Figure things he denied yesterday are nicely laid out here. I believe this is very similar to his Wiki page that was deleted. Nice he can't scrub anything while he's sitting in jail.

      http://universaldomainexchange.com/whoswho/bill-windsor/

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    8. Exactly!
      Thank you, Ninja.

      He would be #scrubadubbing too! We've seen it!

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    9. It is my opinion that Windsor is a pathological liar. Completely incapable of telling the truth, and when exposed to the lies, he yells "Objection." What is that?? Mr Honesty in Government?

      I also find it interesting that while he needs to prove "Malice" he admitted to being completely malicious when he bought up ALL the domain names. He needs to be ordered to relinquish them all, since they are just slander, hate, harassment sites waiting until he unleashes his wrath, upon his release. (just like the MT court noted the one's he's already got up and running are)

      What part of that is fixing corruption? What part of that is "Saving America?" This is the exact action that is destroying it. Taking extreme actions, without credibility behind the attacks. Just butthurt. Some mad old man, who wanted to be like Leo standing on the front of the PieTanic, screaming "I'm King of the World." Using his money to walk all over people!
      Uh, reality slap Pie boy...you are a malicious, vindictive, hateful man who does have to follow the same laws as everyone else. IMO of course.

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    10. Looking for this: http://deletionpedia.org/en/William_M._Windsor

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    11. LOL that's cool! At least is shows he did actually have one That saved one has been edited tons from the original boasting. "Susan" took credit for getting much of his ego postings scrubbed off, for lack of actual credible sources.

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    12. I do see that Windsor is certainly a brilliant mind.

      I think Bill Windsor is like the professor on Gilligan's Island; he can take some bamboo and coconuts and make a telephone, a radio and a even a magnetometer, yet can't manage to patch the Minnow.

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    13. If he's the professor then Marty is a skinny dimwitted Gilligan .

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    14. On the Gilligan's Island analogy, IMO.....

      -Looks and planning The Skipper
      -Attitude Thurston Howell
      -Intelligence a weak Professor
      -Maturity Gilligan
      -Sleaze Ginger
      -Toughness Maryanne
      -Medical Mrs. Howell

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    15. Well done!
      Mrs Howell-- medical...are you sure you didn't mean medicated?

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  7. Beautiful report. I am calendaring the November 20th hearing on the Anti-SLAPP motion. The beautiful thing about anti-SLAPP motions in Texas is that, even if Windsor were to dismiss his entire case immediately, the Court would still have to conduct a hearing to determine whether the anti-SLAPP statute applied and, if so, the amount of reasonable and necessary attorney's fees Windsor would still have to pay as a result of the ruling.

    If Windsor did not pay, then opposing counsel could have a lot of fun conducting post-judgment discovery (which is extremely broad and intrusive). I personally love conducting such discovery.

    It sounds like Judge Carroll is making sure to paper the record in order to lock down his decision and make it appellate-proof. Windsor just can't seem to grasp the idea that, when you are in a hole, you should STOP DIGGING.

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    1. Ack. Does anyone know what time the hearing on the 20th takes place?

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    2. I'm not sure if they have set the time yet....will post it as soon as I hear

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    3. I scribbled in notes 9am on 20th~
      Let me double check with SuperBarb though.

      She seriously is awesome to watch! She is very professional, yet approachable, she's easy to speak with and understand.
      She even gave credit where she felt credit was due, in saying that Windsor was a brilliant legal mind & her younger associates could gain insight by taking tutorials from him.
      Then? She promptly stomped his lying ass with her designer high heels.
      I don't care who you are, that is just all kinds of hot!

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    4. Hopefully, if you get anti slap discovery you can peek deeply into Bill's Laptop, I can only imagine the things he's been up to. I hope MT has a forensic guy that will give it a once over as well.

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    5. That? Is a creepy scary thought, glimpsing what he's been doing on his computers (plural).
      Windsor was very desperate for those yesterday! He was 'Eddie Haskell-ing' Judge Carroll so ferociously to be afforded special privileges while in the Ellis County Jail. The jail administration made an excellent point that if Windsor is given his laptop, then every other inmate should be allowed theirs. Windsor has access to his files & to computers at the detention facility's law library. Windsor expects to be given a cubicle area workspace and his time expectation he described was 'burning the midnight oil'. That means a deputy has to babysit him.
      It is no one else's burden or fault he commmitted crimes in another state and is confine in jail. He's already costing taxpayer's money with his frivolous fililings, now housing him in jail.
      Does ECSO also have to change their rules for inmates to fit #pusscake, now, too? What is that going to cost?
      He's just not that special, he said so himself yesterday! He's just a private citizen per his very own argument. Treat him as such.

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    6. If Windsor has access to computers at all? He might try to delete stuff from his email accounts, alter and change any articles he's posted, possibly tampering with evidence. I don't think it's wise to allow him access.

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  8. LOL, I remember wondering if Bill would ever end up in jail for his refusal to follow court orders and instructions...LMAO, he is and always will be his own worst enemy. Lying in court, fake coughs, and fake boo hoos about how his life is ruined and he will have to give up on his Texas case...only that too is more Billshit. Classic Bill.

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  9. He's on the defensive in TX and MT, best thing they can do is let him get on a computer in the library, send messages to the lemmings, read this blog and start with a whole new round of reckless maneuvers. In a strange way, he's happy now, plotting and seeking vengence, and everyone else should be happy that he's confined to a jail cell doing it with reduced resources. He could potentially get dinged by bail, attorneys and Anti-Slapp, outside of potential prison time. I Wonder who's watering his plants, checking his mail, paying his bills.....Also, he's listed at two addresses TX in filings, SD in booking, where is he a resident?

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    1. Short, smart a$$ answer: Ellis Co, JAIL. (wink).

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  10. In addition to TX and MT, anything else on the schedule? I actually put reminders on my calendar, maybe the most entertainment prior to Game of Thrones and Ray Donovan next season.

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  11. Did Judge Carroll really describe Bill as a "Online Internet Revolutionary Party Leader Social Media Crusader Limited Public Figure"? He does have a '13 youtube proclaiming a Revolution.

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    1. That is the "Title" he gave Bill, and he did say this is the Title

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    2. Wow.....

      What's weird is that Judge Carroll is apparently presiding over both Bill's Civil and Criminal stuff? I'm not an attorney, but that seems odd.

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    3. His extradition hearing might be with Carroll, but the actual charges are mt

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    4. In an earlier blog I saw there was a service that tracks lawsuits and filings by an individual, I really hope at some point Judge Carroll gets a peek at that.

      Some of Bill's tweets are priceless as well "The courts are filled with criminals. They're the ones wearing robes" (Googled it).

      Judge Carroll seems like a good judge, but declaring your contempt for those who'll decide your fate probably isn't a great idea. Judge Carroll also isn't afraid to lay a heavy sentence on criminals, he gave 32 years to a 5X drunk driver.

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    5. VineLink.com?
      That may be the 'tracking service' you recall?

      Mr Windsor's Twitter account has been in the control of some woman in Rhode Island for several years. Now, whether that Twitter account is dually controlled, with Windsor generating some #tweets? Would be interesting to discover!

      Personally? I believe 32 years to a 5Xs drunk driver far too lenient. First, why is anyone allowed the freedom to rack up 3, 4 & 5 drunken driving charges? It seems very obvious to me that this drunken driver is not being rehabilitated after convictions 1 thru 4. I am biased to this, having lost 2 loved ones to a drunken driver that had multiple previous convictions. Hence, my view that 32 years is not a 'heavy sentence' for a 5th time offender.

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    6. Anon 9:39:
      What's weird is that Judge Carroll is apparently presiding over both Bill's Civil and Criminal stuff?

      That seems strange to me as well. Possibly it's just the way Texas courts work.

      More likely, though, I think, is that it's simply not true, and Carroll is not presiding over the (as-yet unscheduled, it appears) extradition hearing.

      Yes, there is a comment exchange upthread that appears to indicate otherwise, but it looks to me as if the commenter who provided the answer didn't actually understand the question:

      Anon 11/7 2:22 PM:
      Sounds like Bill might be in that jail a bit longer with more appearences, while he fights extradition. Is Carroll the Judge hearing that as well?

      Anon 11/7 4:18 PM:
      Yessir/ma'm. Judge Carroll is the judge hearing that on the 20th.

      But the hearing "on the 20th" is the (civil) Anti-SLAPP motion hearing, not the (criminal) extradition hearing. As far as I can tell, anyway.

      So it appears to me that the notion of Carroll presiding over Windsor's criminal proceedings might be a simple comment-thread misunderstanding.

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    7. Yes, the 20th hearing is the Civil, with Judge Carroll.

      I, nor several others, have found any filings in either Ellis County, Texas or in Montana regarding Windsor attempting to 'fight' extradition.

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  12. So the Anti-Slapp and Extradition hearings are on the 20th, anything else related to his case? Can the judge just say at some point, this whole thing is without merit?

    In case the Raging Diarrhea part is true, I'll say a prayer for his cellmate tonight. Hopefully his cell has bars and not doors, most states no longer use that form of capital punishment.

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    1. I don't believe there is an extradition hearing scheduled. If there is, that new info.

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    2. Windsor does not share a cell. He, by his own description, is being confined in a 'tank', a dormitory type setting. Windsor fondly referred to the other inmates of his 'tank' as 'the guys', and 'some of my new friends in the tank'. This description by Windsor was part of his pleas for access to his computers to the Judge. Windsor assured the Judge that 'the guys' in 'the tank' had already said his computers wouldn't bother them at all!
      (This above? I took notes! As I re-read those now? The absolute hilarity of Windsor & 'the guys' has started my day with peals of laughter! Think this over, imagine 'the guys', Windsor presiding over them in the 'tank'. If the mere thoughts don't have you ROTFLYAO? You have zero humor within you!)

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    3. Yea, even after all this time I still can't believe he is in jail. It's just too good to be true

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    4. Let My Brothers GoNovember 8, 2014 at 8:18 AM

      Over a half dozen are accused killers, many Texas Syndicate and Mexican Mafia, kidnapping, sexual assault on a minor, grand larceny, etc.. I Would love to be a fly on the wall during Sunday dinners.

      Bill has finally found a home....with all these other innocent men, the legal advice he is surely sharing, the war stories, the comradery, slap and tickle and good times. His following has now doubled since his incarceration.

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    5. HAHAHA!!! Let My Brothers Go! Genius!

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    6. ~~~ Yea, even after all this time I still can't believe he is in jail. It's just too good to be true ~~~

      I doubt he fully believes it when he wakes up daily and remembers where he is. Even fully awake, he isn't taking the MT felony charges seriously. And that is a really bad mistake.

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    7. I honestly believe Bill thinks he's going to be able to lie his way out of the charges. That seems to be his strategy with all his other problems.

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    8. I agree Anon 9:13.

      Windsor says anything he thinks will fly, and usually gets away with it until questioned. He claimed he has a production company called "Whistleblower Productions." I believe this is the company he told MT would be filming for a TV pilot. He probably also told them he was a "card carrying member of the press." However, upon further investigation--both are lies. Whistleblower is not a real company, and Windsor is not listed on the site he claimed he was registered as "press."

      Then flash to court. Deny any claims to being a card carrying member of the press, deny or ignore any claims to owning a "Production company." Deny all claims to being the leader of the numerous names he's created for his "Revolution." Deny, deny, deny.

      Problem for Windsor is, that due to his extra large ego, and his addiction to bragging about himself, it's easy to find every lie somewhere on the WWW to prove how he contradicts himself, when necessary.

      Google "Lawless America Whistleblower Productions"
      Google "William M Windsor card carrying member of the Press"
      (that will pull up sworn affidavits Windsor posted on his hate domains @ Boushie dot com, Allie dot com as well as places Cox has also shared court documents for the Boushie case)

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    9. Bwahahahahahahahahahahahahahhahahah!

      @Let My Brothers Go? I think I love you.

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  13. Wonder how much of Bill's legal expertise is copied from Crystal Cox. Been looking at some of her recent YouTube stuff and at some points she is in danger of making legal sense. Almost had me on some stuff - then I remembered she bought the domain name of someone's child.

    She's not stupid, and can speak very clearly - neither meaning she isn't delusional (or is, of course). But that was a huge surprise for me - hearing her speak after trying to read what she has written. Night and Day.

    Again, I'm not trying to make any points. I just find this stuff interesting.

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  14. The parallels between all Folks Vexatious might point to a specific branch or network of.... of what? Can't call it mental illness. That term is out-living it's usefulness.

    On a network of aberrant human behavior. There.

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  15. Just occurred to me that people who find Folks Vexatious as interesting as I do might have a place on that same network of aberrant behavior. Oh no!

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  16. Great News!

    He'll be there for cell block H's big dance tonight!!

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  17. I just found something really weird. go here: http://article.wn.com/view/2014/10/28/Builders_commit_to_making_Welcome_Centre_green_University_of/

    Has nothing to do with Bill, right?

    Now, do a search in your browser for the word 'boushie"

    It will find two matches, but will not highlight them because the text seems to be hidden. Now do a "view source" and search for "boushie" again. Here's what you'll find:

    "Folks, the TV show has a new ending. Talk about something that could not have been scripted better. It's so perfect that if you saw it in a dramatic show, you would shake your head and say, I knew that was coming.

    As I quietly filmed in front of the University Center right smack dab in the middle of campus, these two gendarmes strolled up and served ME with a Temporary Order of Protection for Sushie...." It goes on and on. Just strange. I can't find an explanation for it.

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    1. Little did he know, an even better ending would be coming. I think the perfect new ending will be his cell door in Montana state prison slamming shut. Now that's some good TV drama for you. I'd watch that!

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    2. Just tried it with a different computer on a different network. Same thing. Okay, I see what is going on. There's a bot that finds "related videos" and posts links and some text about each. Because the University of Windsor contains, well, Windsor, the bot posts a video from Bill's Youtube stuff. You can find it by scrolling to the right in the app with the videos. Horrible website programming.

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  18. Love the joeyisalittlekid humor.

    "Bill has finally found a home....with all these other innocent men, the legal advice he is surely sharing, the war stories, the comradery, slap and tickle and good times. His following has now doubled since his incarceration."

    For once my wishful thinking turned into reality. I won the lottery when Bill Windsor was finally incarcerated a few days ago. He picked and picked at me for NOTHING and I ran from him, wishing I'd never met this cruel alpha male, only in his own mind. He tried his pecking order on me and now he's paying the price for doing the same to his defendant/victims and others. Thank God the judicial system works once in a while like it's working in this case. He's getting what's coming to him. I was already in such a bad situation, he promised to make it better, but only tried to assert his dominance over me. He's a criminal promising to resolve legal problems for people as a guise to obtain their information and to hurt them. Sorry if i'm redundant, but it needs to be said over and over for the benefit of anyone looking for help with parts of the legal system that were never set up to work. If you have had a negative outcome in court and are seeking help, never go to William M. Windsor.

    It just feels so good to say all of this. Thanks guys

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    1. You are right. There are flaws in the legal system, and Windsor knows them, and how to manipulate them. He knows he can file a frivolous suit, and then immediately demand discovery. Forget the fact the case has no merit, and it's just a plethora of unsubstantiated gripes. He uses the information obtained through discovery to harass. Period. Proven fact from the discovery of the Overstreet case.

      Windsor was labeled a "Vexatious Litigant" for a very good reason. The Judge in GA was trying to protect the Judicial System and parties in the line of Windsor wrath. His history is well documented at who he will attack using the Judicial System as his weapon. Judges, clerks, attorneys, and basically anyone who stands up to him become targets. If the Judicial System had some kind of main computer system that lists "Vexatious Litigants" and the reason for this label, perhaps the Judges granting leave would have a better understanding of what's headed into their courtrooms.

      Windsor is notorious for filing frivolous lawsuits. He makes them seem credible to get them in the door, then all hell breaks loose.

      He made promises to people to bring their causes before the Senate, Congress, and Govt. Officials, and if they failed to correct the problems, he would be filing suit. He never followed through. He made promises to help fix people's court cases, yet, still to this day, crickets. He made promises to make a Documentary for Sundance, but everyone found out that he didn't qualify, yet he still mislead the lemmings to believe it was because of the "haters" and not his own incompetence the "Documentary" for Sundance wasn't being made. Ok, so what about just the "movie?" Ah, no funds? The Millionaire has no funds? Laughable. His rich TX Tech buddies wouldn't even help him out. Why is that? Why wouldn't "friends" gladly donate to a worthy cause? Nope, he needed to go begging to strangers who knew nothing about Windsor, and who are easily manipulated because they are blinded by claims of a quick fix in the system. "All donors will be listed as Financiers in the movie credits" Then the flip that no one was "investing" in the film. Uh, isn't a "financer" someone who has backed the production, therefor having some interest in the outcome?

      In my honest opinion, Windsor is a very cunning business man, who has managed to make his way through life, misleading people for personal gain. Forgetting the people he tromped on to build his fortune. Except, they won't forget, and eventually they will speak out, but he will simply dismiss them as "Haters" and possible sue.

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    2. He was on his honor to tell the judge he was a VL, and in this case we knew. A database would be nice, but would it mean all pro se would have to be run through it? At least something for the judge to read once he becomes a VL times more than one state. The discovery process should not be allowed to happen while the judge is too busy with other cases to read what is being filed. It appears VL statutes may have been written to keep lawyers from stepping out of line without expecting pro se VL's to abuse the process. He does lie to get his foot in the door with the hopes of forcing his victims to comply with his harassment, or face court sanction. And all of this before he'd ever proven he had a case or permission to file. So new statutes to protect the public would be 1) database, 2) court review of his vexi background and/or outstanding warrants 3) initial review to see if the case has merit (what's more likely that 1,000 are paid by the government or that he has bad business practices) 4) stayed discovery and this being communicated by the court to his victims until the above is met and 5) at this point a mandatory psych eval for Windsor might not be a bad idea. He's not gonna meet qualifications for criminally insane. Mental and/or physical illness may be another matter. Quite possible he is not mentally healthy to represent himself which would halt much of the abuse, and that such sanctions would not hinder him if he's not all there. Given his age, delusions and paranoia, a dementia diagnosis should not be ruled out. We also know that his father was hospitalized for an extended period and unable to direct his own medical decisions. Even if he is not suffering dementia or pre-dementia what is to stop someone who is before they have created a track record such as Windsor's. Thoughts?

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    3. How about this for 6) and the ultimate in deterant/revenge? As the court does not have time to supervise Windsor and it is unjust that his victims should have to retain counsel for the many months/years that Windsor has been allowed to abuse his victims before the first hearing---let's have him pay for his own babysitter? His victims are free to hire counsel or go pro se, but meanwhile Windsor is forced to pay for a public defender to supervise him and report to the judge and REPRESENT his victims?

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    4. Another thought about the VL title (along with a data base), is that if an automatic bond and attorney representation order were made, perhaps the pro se vexi's wouldn't continue on.

      When Windsor attempted to sue Boushie in South Dakota, they told him to get an attorney before he could proceed. That ended that frivolous and harassing suit. (so, he went on to file in TX) One thing Windsor hates, is attorneys, the next is parting with his precious money. He doesn't mind paying the piddley court fees, jury fees, filing fees, etc. those are nothing to him. Make him post a substantial bond, say 50-100g? AND hire an attorney to proceed? I'd say that would put an end to much of his frivolous crap. His "upon information and belief" wouldn't fly. Attorney's aren't going to risk their reputations and standing by taking on cases like his, without true evidence. Had an attorney looked over his complaints in TX? Surely they would have told him he's got nothing. How many opposing attorneys so far, have had to "educate" Mr. Vexi on the laws he's trying to manipulate?

      I'd say a sure way to throw a wrench in Vexatious Litigants court games, is to make them pay up front- a substantial bond, and hire an attorney.

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    5. In other words, Thrash, as he did with court officials, should have included protection for the no bodies by requiring a bond from Windsor.

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    6. ***I forgot to mention this very important fact***

      Yes, Windsor was ordered to state he was Vexatious, prior to filing in ANY court in ANY county. BUT--he gets by because he claims that order is VOID. How many unknowing defendants will he sue, that haven't researched his history? If you don't know he is a VL, how can you alert the court, that he didn't obtain leave?

      That leaves unsuspecting targets wide open to Vexi's. So, there needs to be stronger laws implemented for notifications to ALL courts across the US, to link these people who abuse the system together in a easy search prior to allowing filings.

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    7. Yea thrash put the bond on any judges that bill wanted to sue. At the time that's were he was abusing it. That stopped bill in his tracks so now he sues private citizens instead. The same bond should now apply to anyone

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    8. If Thrash was notified of his suits, could he be held in contempt?

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    9. Exactly 12:50.

      I'd say since Fleming has a motion to classify Windsor as Vexatious, perhaps Judge Carroll could protect defendants from further harassment if he implemented and extended the bond past Thrash's Judicial officers to ANYONE, as well as putting Windsor on the Texas Vexatious Litigant list. Clearly Windsor abused the TX Judicial system by trying to put one over on Carroll with Boushie, Round, and other defendants he's already sued in other states. Windsor has no respect for any court, any Judicial officer, or any authority figures at all. Suing multiple people, in multiple states for the same things in each? Yeah, that is Vexatious and shouldn't be rewarded by allowing him free reign.

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    10. It is most entertaining to see the GENII attempting to write legislation. This is great and could result in a major benefit to the judicial system. Keep writing guys!

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    11. Right and he didn't care about the fine for MOM. He didn't pay it for the longest time. He has the money to pay the bond up front but tries to argue around it. He doesn't care about the VL label because it gives him a pretense of street cred. The court system is nothing more than his own casino and addicts don't care about losing because the pay out when they win is so large. He's also been in charge of complying with his punishment and so far the VL statutes have been about punishing him with the hopes of protecting the public. Allie and the others had to hope for relief from the court and damages after the fact, but Windsor simply cashed in and walked to the next casino before that could happen. A reform would put protections for the public upfront. Thanks for bringing this up because I had been thinking about it. Keep talking please.

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    12. On Sharon, shouldn't you be out searching for folks eating burgers with a sign around your neck urging them to "EAT MORE CHIK'IN?"

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    13. "Susan's" sarcasm is well noted because she believe all litigation is a "game." She thinks it funny. I hope that laughter bites her in the ass. It's not funny when a vindictive little man, hunts down and sues people for sport. You all are exactly the same, and you are the types of people bogging down the court system causing legitimate cases to get little time to be addressed.

      I hope there are changes in litigation to stop you Vexatious Litigants and your games. Snooze.

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    14. What will be funnier? Is when Windsor has hard time to pass? And, he concludes that Sharon & her 'work' she did for him, is the reason he is in his situation & he chooses to file a lawsuit against her?
      That? Would be popcorn worthy! A literal VL pissing match!

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    15. It is most entertaining to see the GENII attempting to write legislation.

      Sharon thinks re-writing an order from a federal judge is legislation?
      Yet more delusion among the ANI!

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    16. Poor Susan. I've never seen someone work so hard trying to act like they don't care. Wouldn't it be easier to just not care.

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    17. She cares. Deeply. Obviously.
      Anyone with ⅛ of a brain would not keep returning anywhere to keep repeating the same tired things.
      Like her Willy said, "Bless her heart", this & Willy is all she's got.
      That? is just funny. Pathetic, but still funny.

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    18. This is the best definition to describe Windsor from where I sit, and in what I see in him from watching his videos, reading his motions, and his FB posts is narcissism and these links are not what you’d use for a psych evaluation, but helpful: http://samvak.tripod.com/9.html and http://samvak.tripod.com/faq75.html

      The other thing is Windsor’s exaggerated illnesses, injuries (falling on ice/fractured skull) and needed surgeries or Munchausen. The needed abdominal surgery (cannot have that because of all this litigation, poor me) and has come up again since being incarcerated and expect to see more mention of that if not more serious "medical needs."

      Although the "faking illness" thing is said to be part of the narcissists coping behavior and used to procure attention/sympathy it still seems to be Munchausen (just without a proxy).

      I think Judge Carroll is onto Windsor though from reading through the play-by-play notes. Looks like Windsor can be in some trouble in TX, too if he keeps digging.

      Legislation that says a judge shall appoint a GAL and attorney for the VL and filter all motions through the court. In Windsor’s case, he can pay for the court appointed GAL and attorney. The VL should never have access to discovery. … well, that would be my dream after watching Windsor.


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  19. Bill has been described as brilliant, cunning, etc. in the past few blogs. I've known him for a long time, sneaky and a little ruthless is probably closer to the mark in my humble opinion.

    In my view, brilliant doesn't describe a 66 year old man that's alone in the county jail, who appears to have exhausted many of his friends outside of the Lawless crowd.

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    1. a little ruthless

      That's like saying the Titanic is a little damp!

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    2. bwahahahahahahahaha

      The comedic one liners are spectacular!

      Yay!

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    3. a little ruthless

      That's like saying the Titanic is a little damp!
      ===
      I'm catching up on a couple days' reading and this one? I'm laughing so hard my sides hurt.

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    4. That? Was a dandy nugget!
      I, myself, have giggled more than twice!

      There's some commenters here with fantastic wit, intellect & such great senses of humor!

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  20. Susan has been quiet today. You think she's parked outside the Ellis Co jail expecting her Willy to come walking out a free man? He magical 10 day mark has arrived!

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  21. I just spent over an hour looking at the TX lawsuit for the first time, what a hoot! In my opinion it reads like a 10 year old wrote it.

    A few accusations in the suit, "I'm accused of being":

    -Elderly abusing scum like Crystal Cox
    -Hitler
    -Freek (SP)
    -Liar
    -A sick animal
    -A dickless coward
    -Has herpes
    -Lies
    -Showing one sided views
    -Moral-Less (SP)
    -A fat man wearing a leotard
    -poses as a gnome

    It goes on and on......

    I mean.......WOW, who was calling him cunning? If you haven't read it you should...

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    1. And the car "bursting into flames" from the gunshot in MT, and "potentially as many as 100,000 instances of defamation".

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    2. Cunning is used loosely to describe how he's managed to engage people in "business" dealings, only to screw them over in the end.
      adj "having or showing skill in achieving one's ends by deceit or evasion"
      noun "skill in achieving one's ends by deceit."

      Frivolous, is one of the definitions for his lawsuits. What you posted there is pretty good "evidence" of that. I'd say the above definations of cunning would also apply to his litigation tactics--not his complaints. Those are frivolous.

      Also note, much of what he claims he was called, no one even knew about until he posted it himself with these wild claims.

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    3. So if I understand Bill's Suit, he thinks there are up to 100,000 instances of defamation on the web directed towards him by 1,000+ "Joeys".

      As absurd of a premise as this is, let me go with this.

      He wants the court to find them liable for his marriage issues, reputation issues, etc. So they will need the supposed 1000 IP addresses, then with the "up to 100,000 posts", spend 100,000 man hours lining up who said what, "stupid" is $50 awarded, "showing one sided views" is $100 awarded, then go from there.

      Is this Bill's Plan? Then I assume the million rude posts on Facebook and Tweets on Twitter daily follow? Then the comments sections of every media outlet after that? Isn't there a constitutional amendment that covers this? I read about people arrested in the news for serious crimes daily with pages of comments arguing to castrate or execute them, and they aren't pubic figures, I guess all that is brought into the civil courts as well?

      For someone who has complete contempt for anyone in a robe, Bill is confusing me?!

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    4. Yeah. He's a cunning little runt, especially when he eventually posts bail.

      Did I get that backwards?

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    5. Robert Cookout IIINovember 8, 2014 at 3:26 PM

      I think Montana has found the perfect solution for the Windsor problem. While he's in prison, he won't be able to file lawsuits against his "haters" in several states at a time. And since he's already been declared vexi in that state, they won't have to worry about him flooding their courts with frivolous "jail house" lawsuits. Sounds good to me!

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    6. Yup...nice chiasmus.

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    7. Yup.
      Bill Windsor confuses himself.
      He contradicts himself, too. A lot. In just one afternoon. He's the whole ball of wax, that Vexi thang!

      Best part? I'm sitting in the sunshine, breeze blowing across my face reading away. Big VL Bill? He's in the 'tank' with 'the guys', no sunshine, no breeze, no device for internet. Reckon he's cough, cough, coughing today without an audience? Maybe one of 'the guys' in the 'tank' hooked him up with some Lunden's off their commissary?
      Oh, how sweet IT is! Just thinking of all the shit talking he did about me & now look! Life is indeed mighty good today. Did I already mention that?
      The funniest part to me? He slapped that mugshot of me up as if it were breaking news! Any & everyone I've ever known already knew ALL about it! It was years old & my life has moved on rather happily, for the most part. I have a terrific family, hundreds of friends & great hometown.
      Mr Windsor has repeatedly stated he has none of that. Awwwwww, how sad :(
      He does now have #FELONYSTALKING & numerous counts of that!
      Colorable? Yup, I think it is. It's just what I'd term a shade of Glorious Georgia Peachy! Almost the color of the striped outfit he wore in court on Thursday!

      KellieMcDougald, in bright & sunny Kemp, Texas

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    8. Cunning runt... Skips bail... Backwards...

      Sheez, Cookout. You're supposed to be my straight man.



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    9. Robert Cookout IIINovember 8, 2014 at 3:52 PM

      Sorry spam, I'm on a topless beach in the islands. I might be a little distracted!

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    10. Are they running?

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    11. But, but, but...he's broke. Flash back to the "goodbye" video.
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uR3jkgtCyJY&list=UUhwpfgqEZnbFH28fia8byPQ

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    12. Sorry, this above comment ^^^ posted in the wrong spot. It was supposed to be down below with the Amex comments.

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  22. I dedicate this to Billy the Bully.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EsfkKzAbfhA

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    1. Great find and fitting. ^^^^

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    2. Bill is definately one to steal everyone's sunshine...Len

      But karma is a bitch, and there are people watching this from alot of places from his past with interest.

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    3. one more...
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3z9Kmla_ceA

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    4. http://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/styx/renegade.html

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  23. Hey! @Ninj? I was reading thru my notes & I got to the portion when Windsor is describing his new friends, 'the guys' to the judge. You know, 'the guys' that he shares 'the tank' with?

    #Tankass © took on an entire new hilarity!

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    1. Hahahahaha!! With all these goodies, Windsor will certainly continue to be the "butt" of many jokes!! hahahahaha

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    2. Those "friends" may well be the most suseptable to his rap, the anti-judge, anti-establishment followers. Attica, Attica!! A domestic varient of "King Rat" or a senior version of "Lord of the Flies". Hopefully Bill hasn't taken control of Ellis County Jail yet.....

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    3. Bill needs a week in solitary....

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    4. He's probably trying to get transfered to the psych ward.

      Better food and no work detail.

      "Throw that water pump through the window..."

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  24. Diana Langley Mr.Windsor..Bill.Respect...Always in my thoughts. YOU.GIVE HOPE. SPEAK TRUTH. VALIDATE CHILD TRAFFICKING. PENNSYLVANIA HAD O ON..CA. CORRUPTION IS RIFE HERE TH. .CA. MENDO...LAKE..SHADY.CO. S. TAKE.CARE..HOPE YOU.OUT SOON..NEVER DIVE UP..WE LOVE YOU..BILL.

    Wut? VALIDATE CHILD TRAFFICKING?

    Wut? (I actually agree with this one) NEVER DIVE UP!

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    1. Dear Lord! Even I hope, given Windsor's incarceration, he doesn't attempt to 'dive up'! And I despise his tankass.

      Wow. Is Diana climbing a telephone pole to tap into a connection, similar to Drucker's Store? Gotta be the only reason her message appears to be morse code, kinda.
      Lemme try again, & squint.
      KMc

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    2. Awww!! The lemmings finally have a unique motto they didn't have to steal.

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    3. It doesn't look like MaryD got the memo not to "dive up." She's on full spin manic mode.

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    4. Lololol! They're killing me over there! Somebody call jerry springer, you can't make this shiz up. Maybe after a few months of 'sexual abuse', Mary will just move right into alien abduction. Holy cow, lololol. So.....help me understand, over a year of "defamation by Charles Manson icon", all the sudden she adds sexual stuff? She forgot about it? Just remembered? It just happened? Aaaawwwww, they're killing me, my side hurts!

      ~Allie Gate

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    5. Un-huh...goes along with Al Sharpton's slogan, RESIST WE MUCH!

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    6. HIPAA sexual harassment???

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    7. How would you like to get stuck sitting next to MaryD on a long flight?

      Glimpse of Hell. Repent now!

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    8. I can't wait for MaryD & Bill to have visitation when he gets to Montana!
      That? Is gonna be priceless!

      I was thinking same thing about sudden sexual addition to her rants! Wtf? Some shoved her HIPPA violations up her a$$ or what?
      God have mercy on all the parasites & ticks in that area!

      KMc

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  25. S.O. NUMBER: 14-1898




    BOOKING DATE: 10/29/2014






    DAYS INCARCERATED: 11


    BOOKING TIME: 03:18am

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    1. Didn't Windsor claim in court he never bailed out on the 28th?
      The official record proves otherwise (as usual).

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    2. Pathological liar. Covering his ASSetts. Oh, of course IMHO.

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  26. Windsor VEHEMENTLY & REPEATEDLY denied that he bailed or left the jail!
    Under oath, with his added "under the penalty of perjury" BillShit!
    We ALL knew it had happened, there were too many witnesses, then add in the official paper trail & DUH.
    I'm telling you all, William Windsor & the truth are total strangers.

    #coughcoughcough

    KMc

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  27. And just for added effect to Windsor's Facebook followers that are praying for him, attempting as futile as it may be, to help him? He was less than flattering in his descriptions of y'all. Sharon isn't the only one that got his chuckling, embarrassed to be associated with pity & "heart blessing".
    It irks me to no end that he is incarcerated & still preying upon these people's emotions! Windsor was done with them the second he realized he could get Vexi! He dropped his followers like a sack of flaming shit! He'd drop them a status update to phish for ego stroking or information, but he could care LESS about any of them!

    WAKE UP! He has a BLACK AMEX Card & is HAGGING yall for donations! Hello?
    Why?
    I'm even "blessing your hearts"! Damn! Y'all got played. Hard.
    KMc

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    1. I'm waiting for Marty Prehn to tie Windsor's incarnation to Robin Williams murder.

      Wait for it. I know what I'm talking about...

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    2. Yep, and what's more disgusting? He preyed on mentally sick people. How many of them said they were diagnosed by mental health providers as needing medications? I remember several who were ordered Depakote and refused to take it. It's easy to manipulate the minds of already weak individuals. So that to me? Shows he has zero compassion for anyone. Could care less, as long as he's making a name for himself.

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    3. "The defendant preyed on the mentally ill and physically repulsive.

      [PowerPoint slide]

      Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, may I present Marty Prehn of Detroit, Michigan..."

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    4. I'll keep my Gold CardNovember 9, 2014 at 1:13 PM


      Via Wikipedia®
      The Centurion Card is invitation-only after an appropriate net worth, credit and spending criteria are met.[2] American Express does not publicly disclose the requirements necessary for getting a card except that the cardholder has a substantial net worth and they are a former platinum card holder.[2] For reference, the average Centurion cardholder has $16.3 million in assets and an annual household income of $1.3 million.[5]

      To become a Centurion cardholder, one must meet American Express's eligibility criteria. Cardholders are required to pay an annual fee, and in some countries also an initiation fee (In the United States, the initiation fee is $7,500 in addition to the $2,500 annual fee from each cardholder).

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    5. Yes, mentally ill people AND victims of violent crime.

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    6. One more thing on AMEX Black CardsNovember 9, 2014 at 1:30 PM

      In order to maintain Centurion membership, a cardholder is expected to make and pay off at least $250,000 worth of purchases a year.

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    7. Robert Cookout IIINovember 9, 2014 at 1:33 PM

      Wow! Those courts who took all his money must be LOADED!!

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    8. Elephant in the room time. Are these females trying to be the next Mrs Windsor?

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    9. They'll have to fight Marty for the honor...

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    10. The actual name of the Black AmEx card?
      Whether it was William Windsor's, is a mystery (to me), not to those that handled it at the ECSO. It was readily accessible by him, though. He was arrested on the elevator, in private, AFTER the hearing on October the 28th, taken to the detention facility, booked in, bonded out erroneously and released in less time that it took this defendant to drive the 67 miles home from Waxahachie.
      When Windsor was called by the ECSO & told there was an error & that he was needed to return to the detention facility? Windsor did return, in less than an hour & he was not alone. His Jeep had NOT moved from in front of the Courts Building, where he had parked it before noon that day.
      Now? It doesn't take Magnum PI deduction skills to figure some of this out.
      Knowing he has access to a Black AmEx card? While whining about funding to his handful of followers? That is so many kinds of wrong.
      Those same followers and supporters have applauded all his 'good work' and 'help'. Can any one of them make a list? Beyond Windsor filmed them and uploaded it to YouTube?
      I doubt they would make a list, even if they could.
      I'd be guessing they're all busy going thru their emails and private Facebook messages on a deleting frenzy.
      Those Windsor laptops being scrutinized by authorities is going to have numerous individuals spinning.
      We're going to need lots of popcorn in the coming weeks.

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    11. FYI ... Popcorn is on sale at Costco this week ... on my way to stock up ..lol

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    12. Either popcorn or Slim Jims...

      http://thechronicalesofmarty.blogspot.com/2014/07/justice-4-jim-kidnapped-at-empty-bridge.html

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  28. how dare Mary to steal our popcorn...

    Mary Deneen While a victim of personal injury causing irreparable damage attacked w HIPAA abusive sexual harassment, w malice bullied w criminal defamation, libel and slander w terrorizing veiled and vile threats w "killing tools" by and thru U of MT state employee Sean M. Boushie alleged on employee time, aided and abetted by Joey's w/ malice - while enjoying their popcorn.

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    1. She learned that in Mongoose Tutoring.

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    2. Is HIPAA abusive sexual harassment, perpetrated by a
      Hipaa-potamus? I'm grabbing more pop court, while in hunt for this particular word vomit dictionary. This day shall be known as Manic Mary's Major Meltdown.

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    3. LMAO @ self. Pop court? hahaha OMG--brain spinning from Mary's word vomit!!
      Pop Corn!! Now I need two bags.

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    4. As much as I hate to laugh at the mentally insane, I just can't help it. I'll have to get caramel popcorn to help with my guilt.

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    5. 2! Get 2 buckets, please!!
      Who woulda ever thought a sentence would hold the words rape & popcorn & malice in it?
      God Gawd Almighty! That tick shit she's got? Is bad! I'll take a gray Texas dog tick any ol day. Preferably minus the rape & maliced popcorn!
      What about foil? Anybody got a coupon on heavy gauge foil? We're gonna need some of that, too.

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    6. Hard to believe a few of Bill's extra loud lemmings haven't been heard from since his arrest. Where is big bodyguard/FBI secret agent Marty? His new suicide scam more important than helping Bill? Where is that legal expert Tim V. Is his big federal lawsuit against YouTube keeping him so busy he can't post his brilliant legal advise on Bill's page. And where in the world is Kpat? Did he take his hilarious jokes on a comedy tour, or has he just not sobered up long enough to figure out Bill is locked up? Funny how those three "supporters" vanished. Things that make you say Hmmmmm.

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    7. For any law enforcement official reading this blog in preparation, MARTY PREHN of Saint Clair Shores, MI is not just your simple run-of-the-mill, mentally ill lemming and needs to be researched a little bit deeper. I would imagine the local authorities have quite a file on him already.

      He's no different than Windsor, except of course, he has no money or even his own computer and internet access.

      "That's P-R-E-H-N for the media..."

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    8. Thank you Spamanon for mentioning Marty Prehn - as in the man who gets off on hunting people down in Michigan for Windsor while wearing a 'Secret Service' baseball cap and claiming he has connections in every MI agency there is to assist him. Ahem.

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  29. Google Bill Windsor and the words arrest/jail. His lemmings aren't talking about it. Not like they did last year when they decided he must have been murdered or secretly jailed. Hadn't they seen the farewell video and heard him say he had family, medical and court matters? It's almost as if those reports from last year were staged by Bill himself.

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    1. He's smart about what could potentially become history in that he's used headlines that get the most attention. Windsor also doesn't like to waste money and he wants to own everyone and everything. http://www.quicksprout.com/the-definitive-guide-to-copywriting-chapter-3/

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    2. That Creepy Cary Critter? That was openly stalking that judge in Cali? The one that liked calling Bill's victims/defendants on the phone? Yeah, the creepy f*cker, he's locked up, too! SHOCKING!
      I find it hilarious that the big badasses on Windsor's Facebook page? Gulp! They got a STFU in them! Kpat? Bwahahaha!
      Vic wants to talk to a 'Joey'!
      Wtf is a Joey? Psssssst! Vic? Comment away! Don't be scared, it's just a blog, it is still America, you're allowed. Cmon Vic, it'll be fun. Let's chat.

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    3. @ Anon 7:05. Maybe diabolical.

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  30. Eternal silence, and faithfulness and everlasting obedience to all superiors and regulations of the Order of Joeys. I also renounce my own personal views and opinions as well as all control of my powers and capacities. I promise also to consider the well-being of the Order of Joeys as my own, and I am ready, as long as I am a member, to serve it with my goods, my honour, and my life . . . If I act against the rules and well-being of the Society, I will submit myself to the penalties to which my superiors may condemn me, including but not limited to mind control of Illuminati Joey's, surrender all aluminum foil in my possession and relinguish my Joey decoder ring.

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    1. Welp, loosen your tinfoil, right off.
      Then? Tell us all wtf a JOEY is, please?

      Just cause Windsor said it? Doesn't make it so... & get us all a beer while you're up. We're outta popcorn, & it being Monday, we should just skip coffee & move directly to happy hour~

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    2. hahahaha......I can hear them all now...."I knew it, I knew it"

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    3. How's Bill's "lumpy gravy" suit with the Supreme Court of TX going? Did he get a Writ yet?

      (psst...don't tell Mary it's a hoax).

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    4. "They're not only mentally deranged, evil, psychos, GENAII (or wtf ever Sharon tries to say, I'm calling her Chuckles from now on), they're all drunk!"
      Good Lord, I'll gladly take this blog over those thwacked out nuck futz over on Bill Windsor's page!
      Where'd that little Lippy Larah, the beauty queen done wrong go? She skeedattled right on off, too, didn't she? #WorldPeace probably has her all occupied :)
      Amazing how rats will leap off a sinking Jeep, ain't it?
      Bill has MaryD & Marlene/Julia & Lynn leading his salvation! He should be feeling so relieved.
      Now? If the jails would just order his Sleep Number mattress, get his wifi & have numerous medical specialists come tend to him? He's all set. #coughcoughcough
      All those perfectly good days of freedom he had all these months? He was busy roaming the roads, #stalking his defendants, instead of tending to his "health". It's so tragic (not) how now he's trapped behind the walls. Shit happens, dude. It'll take awhile for reality to set in, but, yes, it's real.

      #LifeIsSoGood

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    5. Talk about whacked out? IMO, the reason many people flocked to "Lawless" is because they are just that. Who else better than Mr. Make Shit up, would support BS like this? Anyone who may have had an actual complaint figured out Windsor wasn't legitimate--but just a Lawless Loser. Now, all that's left are these whackadoodles.

      "Lynn Marie Smith I always knew that the things happening to me were some kind of military psyop, used by the corporations that I served as a process server. Namely, AT&T on a regular basis. Here is proof that corporations sponsor or hire psyop soldiers after the Army. "PARTNERSHIP FOR YOUTH SUCCESS (PaYS) Program

      Those interested in this job may be eligible for civilian employment, after the Army, by enrolling in the Army PaYS program. The PaYS program is a recruitment option that guarantees a job interview with military friendly employers that are looking for experience and trained Veterans to join their organization. Find out more about the Army PaYS Program at http://www.armypays.com.

      •AT&T, Inc.
      •Hewlett-Packard Company
      •Kraft Foods Global, Inc.
      •Sears Holdings Corporation
      •Time Customer Service, Inc.
      •Walgreen Co."

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    6. Yup. A lot of Windsor's followers are batshit crazy, but some of them are not, especially the ones with dead and injured children (not including MaryD and a few others).

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    7. Correction: Any of his current lemmings are probably most certainly over-the-top nuts. ^^^ is about his original followers.

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  31. Dayum! I'm usually strictly against suing people, especially after witnessing the vexi tour up close and personal, but if I was Boushie I'd sue the psycho out of that Mary chick for claiming he sexually harassed her on a public forum. Wow, that is nuts.

    ~Allie Gate

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    1. Ya...especially 'cause it was her ticks he was after...

      (I kid).

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    2. Talk about a biting remark!

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    3. Maybe the PPO could or should be extended past Windsor to incorporate "Lawless America" so when the MaryD's and Lynn's continue posting crap they can not possibly prove, it will be held against the Leader who initiated the hate campaign. There is no reason MaryD should be allowed to post those things, it's not freedom of speech, she's making those out right libelous allegations as fact.

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    4. Yeah, Boushie deserves at least a STFU order for MaryD & new rape/sexual addition drivel. Crazy is no excuse. She ain't too crazy to log in & spew for days & days. Selective crazy. She's used her 'children' bs for so many years? They are GROWN & have kids of their own!!!!! Get new material MaryD. Your 'children' try to ignore you! You're that humiliating to them!
      Tick's ass. I feel sorry for anything that got bit by her.

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    5. I think it'd be near impossible to get around the personal accountability issue. It'd be like saying Ginger Snap is personally responsible for all posters and all comments here. I guess it's possible but I'd think it'd be difficult. But? Proving Mary responsible for her own words would be gravy. And proving Windsor encouraged the hate and conspiracy, I'd think would also be gravy.

      ~Allie Gate

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    6. Ginger didn't solicit followers. People came here to post on their own. Windsor was soliciting, and breeding hate mongering attitudes. He is after all, a classified as a LPF. I'd say, that title earns him more responsibility for who's doing what under his command. He didn't just allow the Boushie bashing, he encouraged it, posting right along--violating the PPO. As a LPF. Just an opinion of course.

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    7. lol..Mary's theory...
      By and thru the use of Lawless America with Bill Windsor icon, with conspiracy and malice, knowingly violating a PPO, MaryD conspired to libel, defame, threaten, intimidate, and harass with malicious intent of a U of MT employee, the U of MT, as well as Joey's, denial of privacy, with wanted posters and large cash rewards offered.

      Sound about right? LOL

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    8. With false HIPAA sexual harassment claims by and thru Bill Windsor's Facebook page.

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    9. I agree with all of above and SB's PPO against Pie Guy should extend to any of his "Agents, Associates etc ...including his Facebook page & cra cra followers like Scary Mary ... JMHO

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    10. And, add Marty Prehn to the mix that the PPO covers.

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    11. Paid?
      Where's the money?
      Mary D gets paid. She gets our tax money for being batshit crazy & disabled.
      They're the only ones getting 'paid', the Lawless Leaderless Losers, by the government.

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    12. Hey, hey, hey now.

      I shouldn't have to tell you people not to get MaryD ticked off...

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    13. I stand firm that idiot MaryD couldn't beg a tick to get within 200 miles of her. Ever.

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  32. When I saw Bill was in county jail, even under the charges that were filed, I never thought he'd be spending weeks there. After the initial pain of jail, I wonder if he's become acclimated to it, perhaps even enjoying it, having a captive and receptive audience of others also abused by the criminal justice system and the evil ones in robes....


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    1. Escape From Ellis CountyNovember 10, 2014 at 12:44 PM

      Where is Snake Plissken!!!

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    2. Escape from EC...Bill Windsor as Maggie.

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    3. bill is enjoying his vacation. He will use it to 'pad' his resume, saying he was incarcerated because of corruption and fraud. It will be true too, except that the corruption and fraud was all his. LOL

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