Thursday, November 13, 2014

Inmate 14-1898 Tattles on The Guards


It's never a good idea to complain about the corrections staff while under their supervision, but Bill Windsor aka inmate 14-1898 doesn't seem to be aware of that or fact.  He scribbled out several motions and the following two need careful examination:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4qOlSHNnmKeUmpyUEVqdjg5YXM/view?usp=sharing

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4qOlSHNnmKeRDJyclU5V3ljY2c/view?usp=sharing

You see, inmate 14-1898 needs his computer.  He has personal matters to attend to, stranger's information to post and harass, frivolous lawsuits to attend, incriminating files and emails to delete and a no good ungrateful son to chew out.  His "family" in both Georgia and Austin have so far ignored his pleas for assistance  I'm guessing they don't really want to be an accomplice to a felon. This jail thing is really inconveniencing inmate 14-1898, and he demands that Judge Carroll step in and tell those meanie guards to give him special privileges as requested.  Oh and he has lots of medical conditions, take your pick.  Because of these complaints, he needs his computer and phone.

Then we jump over to inmate 14-1898 second emergency request for a stay in his frivolous lawsuit in Ellis County.  You see, he is currently in jail and.....let me pause for effect......being held against his will!!!  Lets just take a moment to let that fully sink in.  If that's not an emergency, I don't know what is.  He tried to pay the proper Montana out of state bond, but the judge rejected his properly paid bond.  I guess he will be lecturing the Montana judges on Montana procedures when he gets up there.

He doesn't have his evidence (he never had any), he can't get emails from Susan to get his "research". In short, he is flying blind.  His mail service in jail is not up to par, he has mailed 6 letters and they haven't even gone out yet.

It seems that staff member "Dennis" told the attorney for defendant Fleming some information about Bill that he really didn't want the court knowing.  This must mean that "Dennis" and probably some of the defendants, are colluding to ruin his case.  An investigation must take place, and he is asking the court to send him the paperwork to open up a lawsuit against the Ellis County Detention Center. Therefore, he is asking that the case be stayed except for discovery for the "wrongdoing of defendants and Ellis County Jail employees".  Inmate 14-1898 is special, the rules don't apply to him, he deserves special treatment in the jail and if he isn't given that he will open up a legal war against those currently over him.  His constitutional rights have been violated thanks to his alleged felonious activities in Montana.

None of these excuses are anyone else's fault but that of inmate 14-1898.  He made his bed, now he refuses to lie in it.  He picked this fight, now he refuses to fight it.  Now its time for him to face justice both in civil and criminal court.

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  1. Inmate 14-1898 is now working on a new emergency motion. He needs a leather recliner, 60" flat screen HD TV, a personal Chef, his silk jammies with slippers, memory foam mattress for his bunk, a private cell with thermostat, and at least two varieties of pie per week. If he doesn't get those items, he will sue everyone in Ellis Co.

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    1. ...and a box of ribbed condoms.

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  2. Safe to say he's off his meds, if he was taking any. That opens a whole can of worms about what his medical problems and is he suffering withdrawl.

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  3. http://www.dementiaguide.com/symptomlibrary/memorylanguage/writing/

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  4. Windsor: "Plaintiff has personal matters that can only be resolved with use of his laptop."

    Carroll: "Personal matters? Why didn't you say so!"

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  5. LOL, and don't forget he doesn't even have a ballpoint pen. DUDE, people could stab you with one of those, just to shut you up ya whiner!!!

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  6. Billy,

    No stamps? Just ask Tyrone how you can make, two, three or even four stamps a day--he'll provide the clients and the security, you do rest.

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  7. He should wait! Thoseranir head transport officers AND then the staff at the detention center in Montana aren't gonna be much different! He could just save time, paper & stamps!
    This just gets better & better!
    Gimme the popcorn bowl, please. I tapped a fresh keg!

    Did I mention? #LifeIsSoGood
    (anyone know if Dennis w/ECSO is single? I think I love him, too!

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    1. *mobile! Ooops!
      Those transport officers from MONTANA & the staff at jail there.....
      Y'all get the drift.,

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  8. Sweet Jesus why doesn't Montana come get this guy? There will come a point the Texas Judge will become annoyed with people besides Windsor.

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  9. Just when you think he can't possibly get any more frivolous...there he is. O.M.G.

    If I hadn't read this myself, I don't think I would believe it. WTF is this the Marriott? I am William M Windsor damn-it!! You can't do this to me. Let me have my stalking/harassment tools, and any and all accommodations to continue on being frivolous and vexatious. Oh yes, AND I will be filing yet ONE MORE frivolous suit--just a heads up--so I need more stamps! I will take this Jail down for conspiring with my haters.

    HAHAHAHAHAH WOW!! No, he's not vexatious is he? I feel sorry for the guards he's probably pretending to kiss up to, if they only knew what he filed and what he claims he is planning. Sheesh! The man lives and breaths being a vindictive jerk. IMHO

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    1. But...but HE'S THERE AGAINST HIS WILL!

      (Doesn't get any better than that, folks).

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    2. Yeah. That's why it's called JAIL and not a sleepover...

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    3. I'm fairly certain some of the #ECSO jail staff are now are of his scribbled recent filings, well, past certain, positive. Those are now a matter of public record.
      Yes, Windsor gave the Judge a glowing review of the jail & staff during the last hearing! Oh what a few days can do for the reviews! No one will want to stay there now!
      Again, well played Windsor! Bitch, moan, attempt to tattle to a District court judge about a County jail's daily operations! Can't imagine how much the 'service' will improve by the jail staff toward him AFTER they read what he claims in his filings.
      That joke of Windsor VS The entire internet? Expand that to add Ellis County jail, their staff, Montana, his family that had abandoned him, but are now just ignoring him, Montana for inconveniencing him.... Next it'll be this attorney Jenkins & that staff, "the guys in the tank", THE WORLD!
      Not one thing is any consequence of Windsor's in his warbled noodle! The entire world is conspiring against him!
      Thank you World! What a plan!
      Brrrrrrrr! Sure is chilly up in Montana! If Windsor believes it's bone chilling in a Texas county jail? Wait 'til he arrives in Montana! #coughcoughcough
      I get a warm fuzzy every time I think of it!
      Big shout out to 'the guys'! Bless y'all for enduring him, it's truly punishment beyond cruel & unusual!
      I gotta adjust my sleep number mattress & crank up my electric blanket, set the Kuerig & back up my devices,and rack up! Nite all!
      #warmandfuzzy

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    4. *mobile! ***are aware of his filings (about the jail staff)
      Yawn!

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  10. Didn't Windsor tell Judge Carroll in one of the previous filings that his family was putting together the funds for the bond? (after the other cluster-- with the Amex card) And now that same family is ignoring him? I swear, I don't believe he can keep one story straight. Lie, lie, lie.

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  11. "The Plaintiff is in jail against his will." So everyone else in jail is there willingly???

    "The Plaintiff has not committed any crimes..." That's right Bill, everyone in jail is innocent...especially you. It's a conspiracy!!!!

    "The Plaintiff doesn't have his legal files, his evidence, his existing legal research, a computer...The Plaintiff's briefcase, laptop, zip drive, and assorted files and personal information... could not be released because it was evidence for Montana." But Bill, you're innocent. You have committed no crime. The info in your briefcase, laptop, zip drive, and assorted file will prove to Montana how innocent you are. So why are you so worried about them reviewing your evidence you have about the conspiracy against you???

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  12. Question for the lawyers: if, in looking at Windsor's computer as evidence, Montana finds evidence of another crime in addition to the crimes listed in extradition, is that a legal search? I'm pretty sure it would be. Just checking.

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    1. Extortion, mail fraud, tax fraud, abuse of vulnerable adults (Marty, MaryD, Nancy, KPat, etc).

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    2. I don't think that we have (or at least that I have) nearly enough information to say whether a particular search of Windsor's laptop would be legal.

      Presumably Montana law enforcement would be searching the laptop to find evidence pertaining to the alleged violations of the Boushie PO. That kind of search could easily violate the Fourth Amendment.... or be entirely permissible under the Fourth Amendment, depending upon what kind of legal basis the police have for the search, what kind of search they perform, and, potentially, whether they get a proper warrant. The question of whether it's a legal search depends almost entirely on information that I'm not privy to.

      But possibly you're asking a different question—presuming that (1) the search is lawful within the context of Montana police's investigation of the PO violations and (2) in the course of that search, the police find evidence that Windsor has violated some other criminal law, could they (or the FBI or whoever) use the (2) evidence to prosecute Windsor for that other crime? Then the answer is fairly clearly yes. They could; that's quite legal.

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    3. That could be why he's really so desperate to get to his laptop. The reasoning he uses isn't really that valid. All he needs is a copy of his numerous complaints, amended petitions and 2nd, 3rd, etc affidavits. That's where all his complaints are. Same stuff he claims is on his zip drive. Had he meant other "evidence" why didn't he incorporate that into his numerous other frivolous filings, prior to now? It's seems to really be the MT issue he's worried about, and claiming it's TX.

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    4. Ninja, yes exactly. Reason I asked the question. He never expected to be arrested, obviously (to him, criminals were people besides himself) so he might have some stuff on that hard drive that would go beyond embarrassing. But just embarrassment might be enough for him to make up reasons to get his computer back. There are certain files that themselves are criminal. I'm not saying he has any of those and I even doubt he does.

      But IF he does, holy crap.

      As for stuff that would prove stalking or violating the PO, they don't need his laptop for that. Just paying someone to read all that would be expensive. They'd need a lot of coffee.

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    5. As for stuff that would prove stalking or violating the PO, they don't need his laptop for that.

      Perhaps not, but it certainly could be helpful. It's not clear to me precisely what are the five acts that are being charged as violations of the PO—but if any of them involve electronic communication (e-mail, Web posts, etc.), a forensic examination of the laptop could be very useful for the prosecution.

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  13. ¶ 7. The Plaintiff needs a stay. This will not inconvenience any defendant. The finding of their guilt will simply be delayed. But forcing the Plaintiff to continue this case at this time will be devastating to the Plaintiff.

    1. Won't be "inconvenient?" Presumptive little bugger, ain't he?
    2. Windsor, get your mad cow to explain this to you: the Ellis Co. action is a frickin' civil case! That means the defendants can't be found guilty because it's not a criminal case (like the case against you in MT).
    3. Devastating how? Have you provided at least ONE single reason? (Answer: Huh...NO).

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    1. the Ellis Co. action is a frickin' civil case! That means the defendants can't be found guilty because it's not a criminal case....

      Indeed. Windsor has been pulling that one for years. Every time it comes up, it feels like fingernails on a chalkboard.

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  14. I am not understanding what the hell he is saying.

    5. ....The Plaintiff's briefcase, laptop, zip drive and assorted files and personal information was not released to the plaintiffs designated agent as it was supposed to be. The Plaintiff's agent was told that it could not be released because it was evidence for Montana....

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    6. ....The Plaintiff's laptop and zip drives were delivered to attorney Jim Jenkins' office on Friday morning November 7, 2014. As the Plaintiff only has Mr. Jenkins office phone and jail phones are not allowed to leave voice mail, it is now unlikely that the Plaintiff will be able to get the laptop, zip drives and files until Monday....

    Uh, what?

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    1. The judge will sort it out and refer the matter to probate.

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    2. Is this the first we've heard of this Jenkins fellow? Is he saying there that Jenkins is HIS attorney? Or a MT prosecutor?

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    3. Who is his "Agent" ... Susan or Attorney Jenkin's ...just wondering. And if this attorney Jenkins is his attorney, wouldn't said attorney be requesting his laptop, zip drives and files ? Especially if he's acting as his "Agent" ?

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    4. I think he dropped this name at the last hearing. It could be just another Windsor whopper to make the Judge think he's going to have representation or something. But clearly he is contradicting himself once again. He nor his agent has access to his stuff, but the attorney does as of last week? Then why didn't the attorney get it to him this week? See, none of it makes any sense.

      He also said the Judge gave him permission for use of his laptop at the last hearing, yet, still nothing. Is that even true?

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    5. This Jenkins feller would be filing documents, not Windsor scratching it on the back of a paper towel.

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    6. Huh? Why would he have to leave a VM? Wouldn't he speak directly to his "Attorney/Agent Jenkins or leave a message for Jenkin's? ........ ("As the Plaintiff only has Mr. Jenkins office phone and jail phones are not allowed to leave voice mail," ) ?????????????

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    7. Exactly. It's a large law firm not some one man band. Is he really tying to say there aren't any secretaries or other office personnel that take messages? Nothing he wrote makes an sense, but I guess just like everything else, he doesn't think anyone will ever call him on his nonsense.

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    8. His claim that he was promised use of his laptop at the last hearing is an outright lie. It was made very clear to him he would NOT get access to his personal computer. There was talk of him getting to use a computer in the law library, but never his laptop. He just can't help lying. It just comes natural to him now.

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    9. Phone calls that inmates are allowed to make from jail are with a pre-paid phone card or account, or are collect calls . These phone calls are usually pricier than phone calls made at home. There is no limit to when and how often you can use the phone, but inmates should keep in mind that every inmate wants to use the phone too, so they can call their family. If you break the jail rules, your ability to use the phone might get reduced or eliminated completely, as part of the punishment.

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    10. Is Jenkins on court assignment? Holding the evidence? His attorney would visit him at the jail but still cannot give him his laptop, etc. I missed only four reading days and now Windsor is suing the jail? Loser! Well, there goes his last shred of hope to survive; one does not bite (sue) the hand that feeds them.

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    11. If (big word) and I do not know TX correction law & "phones" but the two states I have worked, the inmate can call the atty (if appointed) at no cost. It is clear as mud just what Atty Jenkins position is.

      The laptop is evidence for Montanna and cannot be given to Windsor's agent (wife?)

      Next breath, it was released to atty Jenkins? Call me confused but still reading.

      Attorneys (paid or court appointed) have a day set aside to visit the jail. Is this how TX does business attorney? I have never seen an attorney driving back and forth to the jail to visit an innocent inmates. I really don't think any attorney is going to turn in a clients computer and then delete evidence!

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    12. The attorney doesn't have the computer.

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    13. Is this how TX does business attorney?

      If this is directed at me, I'm no help. I've never practiced in Texas, and I've never represented a criminal defendant.

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  15. What Bill fails to realize is that ALL of the inmates want a computer with internet access, if he is the only one out of 200 inmates, some who have been there a year, then you'll see a sh*tstorm that will have that place on lockdown. Those dudes with tattoos on their faces will have Bills computer in a vexi heartbeat. Perhaps Bill will need an office to properly use his laptop and prepare his case, with an assistant?

    Who does he think he is?

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    1. "And none of that dialup crap. I demand broadband. And you'd better not track my activities. Gimme that firewall password! "

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    2. These requests are GREAT! although there are no personal computers or laptops allowed in any jail or prison in the US, let him vent and spend time stewing on this.

      Make a stink about the cellphone too, they'll give in!

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    3. He'll next complain that he's being denied communication with his adoring grandchildren...

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    4. He was a little contrite initially, but it seems that Bill is getting back to the normal Bill, in a tizzy. This will work out so well for him, he needs to continue pointing out the sneaky guards to the court, his numerous medical conditions, subpar services at the jail and expand his web of law suits.

      While in custody, Ellis Co. Court can now watch the real Bill in a petri dish as he morphs into the thing we all know. Sue 'em all Bill!

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    5. Maybe he can leave a Yelp review about the accommodations LOL, he is outa his ever confused mind if he thinks he can use his personal computer in any form while he is staying at the greybar hotel..

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    6. Anon 9:18, cphones,tablets & laptops are contraband in most all states for both the county jail & state prison. I can't speak for the federal prisons. I know nothing about TX but sure the inmate rule books are online.

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  16. If Bill holds to form, no new lawsuit can be opened up without a threat first. I'm not sure which he gets a high off of more, the threat or the lawsuit:

    Dear Warden,

    I have several demands that have been thus far ignored. I must have access to my laptop, a doctor on call daily, special bed, a quiet office, internet access and use of my cell phone. If you do not provide me with those I will be forced to open up a lawsuit on you, every single guard in here and the County. Please advise your intentions.

    William M Windsor

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  17. Martha Stewart eat your heart out Billy's here

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  18. Julia Fletcher: How does anyone outside a prison, not related to a prisoner, know about a prisoner's personal information? (she then shows a screenshot from joeyisalittlekid)

    Same people who thought Bill had been released after 3 days. It's called public information, Julia. And it protects jail and prison inmates far more often than it hurts them. Help them OR hurt them, it's the law.

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    1. If Windsor WERE given special treatment in jail, the other inmates, their families, and the public would deserve to know about it.

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    2. And if this information was not listed for the public, then it would give rise to the types of conspiracy theories they made up last year while Bill was safe and sound in his own home and ignoring their facebook posts.

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    3. This desperate attempt by Julia to try and make some wild conspiracy out of Bill's incarceration is really self serving. Since she pissed off just about every advocacy group out there, by tagging Bill into comments questioning his antics, which in turn put them on one of Bill's many "hit lists", I think she's really hoping she can distract from the reality of why Bill's really in jail, he's simply a 'victim' and all the meanie people who actually know how to search public information are doing something illegal.

      I for one can't wait for the final outcome of Bill's MT charges. It will feel very good, knowing Julia will always fall for, and advocate for the wrong things, and never really understand life in general. Lemming to the core!

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    4. Now that Windsor has THRICE filed for an emergency stay on the Ellis Co. action he may be making progress. In the last stay, he cunningly used the word "Tubal-cane"¹ in a sentence written in his own blood. As we all know from law school, this is a sure fire way to get any judge to reconsider as it is superior to any Masonic action including two winks and a nod.

      ¹Secret recognition password of a Master Mason
      ²Attention Mary D.: the above post is satire. Kindly refrain from contacting the Supreme Court...AGAIN!

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  19. Maybe Dennis the sheriff is a scientologist

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    1. FYI? There is no Dennis employed by the ECSO. Period.
      Windsor was not listening when this issue was discussed directly in front of him during the last hearing.
      He can spin that one again & begin to attempt to memorize the jailers & then the deputies' names. Usually, the deputies assigned to the jail? Are not the same deputies that do patrols or arrests.
      Windsor using the name droppings was an epic fail on his part.
      The old southern/Texas saying of: "God gave us all 2 eyes & 2 ears so that we may watch & listen twice as much as we speak", wasn't taught to Windsor OR Windsor was too busy blustering BillShit to absorb any of it or any other pertinent information. *I caught the name of the deputy* It was not Dennis or anything near sounding to "Dennis".
      Another tidbit that is public information that the Windsor/LawlessLeaderlessLosers could be checking? Who IS visiting their beloved Bill? I was able to obtain who, it wasn't difficult. Visitation is closely monitored in any detention facility. ECSO's detention facility uses video visits, instead of 'through the glass' visits. (*clue* There's a reason for that).
      Why isn't this particular visitor divulging with Julia aka Marlene, MaryD, Lynn & the other clueless commenters, the information exchanged during Windsor's visitation? Why isn't this visitor re-assuring the devoted supporters even the tiniest iota ?
      Julia aka Marlene, MaryD, Lynn, et al? Try harder! There among you is someone that has had direct contact with Windsor! Not even so much as a Facebook private message, an email, phone call? Dig for it ladies. Put some #TRY into it & remove the #corrupt #conspiracies. They ARE one of your very own.
      AMAZING the rampant stupidity among them! No wonder they don't know which end is up & have allowed Windsor to manipulate them, use them, lie to them! They're so gullible! If they cannot find the public information? OR they don't like it? It simply must be #Corrupt! Aha! Of course! *eye rolling*
      Speak up Windsor visitor! Tell your fellow, more vocal Windsor supporters exactly how he is doing. Don't they deserve to know? They're worried! They're speculating, they're beginning to spin out, for real!
      Debi is out of the country, (as she has advised Windsor to also do) so she is of no real help, other than to stir the proverbial Facebook comments' pot!
      P U B L I C I N F O R M A T I O N (duh)
      GOOGLE (which gave Windsor a nice 'thrashing' thus far *pun intended*) could be used, easily.
      ALL the CLUES to the information needed? Can be found in the links provided H E R E.
      ***Tell GingerSnap that you're welcome! Don't be rude. Without this blog? The LawlessLeaderlessLosers wouldn't have any real information at all!***
      Susan aka Sharon isn't going to help any of you and obviously neither is the one that HAS been to visit. Right?
      #Gratitude #Truth #Links

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    2. Clearly the "Visitor" believes it's best not to say anything, and allow them all to worry and create their conspiracy crap. I mean, after all, isn't that what Lawless America is all about? A hot bed of angry people, who can't accept responsibility for their own actions, thus looking for some other reason for their misery? Always out with their big, knotty fingers, pointing away--all the while, the truth is still there, unwavering, never changing.

      Although the lies of the lemmings are forever changing, all created under the leader who is the biggest liar of them all. Game playing each other, feeding the sicknesses that seems to infest them all. If ONE little lemming knows the truth, visited Windbugger, and won't say anything--it's just a great example of who and what they all really represent. If this "visitor" posts up a status now? Again, it's never admit to anything, until the truth is running down the tracks. (even then? try to side step as much as possible) SMH idiots!!

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    3. Poor Marty, obsessing over suicide every day on his facebook wall. And obsessing over the number 11 which he swears he sees everywhere and led him to his hero, Robin Williams. Funny he didn't mark the 11/11/14 calendar date. In fact hasn't posted much in over a week. Hell, if my friend were posting about suicide and then suddenly stopped, I'd be asking why. But that's just me.

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  20. S.O. NUMBER: 14-1898



    BOOKING DATE: 10/29/20 DAYS INCARCERATED: 16

    BOOKING TIME: 03:18am


    Charge Bond Amount Arrest Agency Court Disposition
    OUT OF STATE WARRANT/MISD-2CTS-VIOLATION PROTECTIVE ORDER FELONY 3CTS VIOLATION PROTECTIVE ORDER 100,000.00 Ellis County Sheriff Office MONTANA / WILL NOT TAKE OUT OF STATE BOND

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    1. Such a satisfying sight! ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

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