Monday, November 17, 2014

Mr. (Alleged) Black Amex Card

  1. Kenneth I. Chenault              Ryan Windsor          Monica Zotter       
    American Express, CEO         Alcatraz Media        Purveyor Inc
So today, I thought we’d have a little blast from the past and look at what Mr. Black Amex card himself posted on Lawless America (.com).  This is a filing from just over three years ago. It relates to Windsor requesting to proceed in Forma Pauperis with one of his many lawsuits against judges. Remember, this is before he spent 2+ years on the road spending his own money (what did he claim $200,000?) to make his “movie.” This is before he spent nearly every night for 2 year in hotels (not motels). This is before he ate out every day (well, maybe he already did). This is before the gas money spent to drive his fuel inefficient (alleged) stalker mobile around the country. This is before the divorce and the division of assets. Bill was poor. So poor that he couldn’t go on without the financial assistance of the very courts he was suing.  Just 3 years ago, the serial entrepreneur claimed a negative net worth of $932,648.


On page 44 is where Bill really gets into detail about the sad state of affairs.  There’s really way too much to go into. You really should read the whole thing for yourself. The highlights?

Negative net worth of $932,648 as of March 21, 2011

By October, Bill estimates that the Ball Mill Road home has dropped another $50,000 in value. It’s been on the market for 5 years and no offers to lease or sell.

Bill’s previous income tax returns were either filed wrong or on extension because he was unable to read.

Bill sold his magazine publishing business but foolishly (his words) invested the proceeds in developing land. Then Bill blames everybody else for putting him in a financial bind. He claims to have had an appraisal of $8.1 million on the land. (remember, it’s never Bill’s fault.) Then oddly Bill drops the name of one of the potential buyers that he hoped he could salvage $1 to $2 million from after debt. Vernon Hulme. Bill claims that in the end (1987), he walked away from  this potential $8.1 million dollar investment with nothing but furniture and clothes.  And to blame? MAI scandal, economic problems, the bank, the state of Texas, Vernon Hulme, the SEC, Chapter 7, and the “wonderful world of trustees, attorneys, courts, and dishonest creditors.”

Sidenote: I wonder if this is the same Vernon Hulme? Mugshot

From 1987 to 1996, Bill did the unthinkable. He worked for others.  *shudders* Good news, from the proceeds, he bought another Dallas home. Bad news, while he was living in England, the property value plummeted  as neighboring property became a center for drug activity. Two years? Things go downhill quickly in Windsor land. Once again, all equity lost.

Remember Hotties? Apparently, he didn’t do so hot with that either. After two years "working" on it, he and Barbara were only minority owners, and they sold their interest in 2003 for no profit.  I’m not sure who he blames for this one as his wife, daughter, and son-in-law were all among the top level employees.

Bill’s mutual funds? 9/11 reached in and stole a bunch. Basically, if there's a scandal or recession or any way to lose big bucks, Bill will claim that it impacted him heavily.

In 2009, Bill retained bankruptcy counsel, but instead decided to withdraw IRA funds and borrow heavily to keep afloat.

Page 48, Assets:  In Bill’s list, he attempts to claim that the furnishings of his $2,000,000 of homes would sell for a measly $10,000. Yeah, right. But, he didn't forget the $5,000 watch that's worth half the furnishings of the two homes.

Page  49, Liabilities: Bill includes $1,000,000 owed to Ryan Windsor (with a wink and a nod) along with $132,000 estimated costs to sell his home.  He owes $13,215 on his Bank of America credit card alone.

So, how does a man with no income pay bills and obtain these lines of credit? He says that Ball Mill Road property costs him $4,000 a month on just interest, taxes, insurance and maintenance (and that’s the cheap house). Apparently Judge Duffey had the same question. See page 52 for the answer. Spoiler: He can’t.  Basically, it boils down to beg, borrow, and steal.  But, with the pledged donations from people around the county (pg 50), Windsor is confident that donations will enable him to continue paying his litigation expenses. (then why even ask to proceed in forma pauperis?)

My favorite pages of this entire 108 page document are contained in Exhibit D on pages 44-59. If you only read one part, start there. Bill tries so desperately to sell his sob story that he has no money. He paints a picture of failure that starkly contrasts the self-promoting social media and vanity articles he’s plastered all over the world wide web.

So, I’ve already been rather long winded in my brief summary. But, I can’t wrap up without at least touching on the purchase of the home at 3924 Lower Roswell Road.  Bill was “attracted” to it. He just couldn’t help himself. And even though his Ball Mill Road property wasn’t selling, he just had to have another home. So, he called up Wachovia for a loan. They asked his gross income. And Windsor, being Windsor, gave $1,000,000 the answer. You see, that’s what he claims Round America, LLC represented in gross annual income on tax returns. Mind you, he also claims that Mrs. Windsor is the sole owner of Round America (pg 69). Bill knew what the bank was asking, he knew he couldn’t afford the home, but he just couldn’t help himself. And that home? $1,133,000 purchase price of which $305,427 was paid cash, built by a corrupt builder.  Bill was swindled again.

So where is the money? According to Bill, he’s made and lost several fortunes. And, everybody else is to blame. And, if you’re looking for money, he has none. Don’t ask Barbara.

The interrogatories from page 61 to 98? Yeah, you really should at least skim those too.

When asked if any person, firm, or business entity holds any property for his or his wife's benefit, his answer includes “from time to time, the Windsors take clothing to the cleaners, the car for maintenance or repairs, other items for repairs, etc, but Mr Windsor knows of nothing that is in the possession of anyone else at this time."

When asked if anyone owes him or his wife any money, his answer includes, “credits for returns on credit cards happen from time to time, but Mr. Windsor does not know if any of these are pending for anything that Mrs. Windsor may have returned.”

When asked about interest in life insurance or annuity policy, he includes that he “might also have had life insurance coverage by virtue of using American Express for air travel in the past, though Mr. Windsor has never been killed in an airplane crash and has not been on an airplane in over a year.” Seriously, don’t you just want to slap him?

Bill set out to paint a sad sad picture of his finances. The vast majority of money lost over the years can't be attributed to anything Maid of the Mist related. In the end, he just shows what an utter failure he's been for the last 30+ years. Because as we've witnessed last few years of Windsor still hemorrhaging money, it's pretty obvious the well wasn't dry in 2011. 

As Bill tries his best Obi-Wan, this is how I suspect the judges and attorneys all viewed his little game:


These assets are for sale if you want them.
You don’t need to see her financials.
These aren’t the assets you are looking for. 


196 comments:

  1. Sorry it's really long. But it's 108 pages of awesome that I was trying to condense.

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  2. And to think, this is the same person who came up with "defamation by omission"

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  3. "You may not use your Account for illegal activities...We may decline to authorize a charge. Reasons we may do this include suspected fraud and our assessment of your creditworthiness. This may occur even if your Account is not in default...You must notify us immediately if you have a change of billing address...We may cancel or suspend your card/charges at our discretion, even if you pay on time and your Account is not in default...We may find your account in default if you give us false information, file for bankruptcy, become incapacitated and unable to pay, we believe you are unable or unwilling to pay your accounts when do...You agree that we will obtain credit reports about you, investigate your ability to pay, and obtain information about you from other sources, including information to verify and re-verify your employment and income. And you agree that we will use such information for any purposes, subject to applicable law. You agree that we will give information about the Account to credit reporting agencies."
    https://web.aexp-static.com/us/content/pdf/cardmember-agreements/centurion/CenturionAECB.pdf

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    1. hmmmm very good point, maybe they should look into if they want to continue coverage of their prestigious centurion card to inmate 14-1898

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    2. Apparently there is a blacklist and getting off it can take years. They do state that they may choose to reinstate the card in the agreement. The lucky few on the forums didn't seem to know what the criteria was for forgiveness apart from time.

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    3. So then, as I suspected, there is NO evidence he has a black card. But it sounds so much better for you if he does right HOPPER? smh You just make up the facts as you go, while hiding real facts from your loyal GENII.

      Yet the GENII call Windsor's followers "lemmings".

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    4. hey stupid.....I didn't write this article. #nuances/fact blind

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    5. Sorry Susan, there is evidence of the black card. And that evidence was even presented in court. I saw it with my own eyes! But thanks for playing you bitter troll.

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    6. And I wasn't privy to seeing the card with my own eyes. My suspicion would be that if Bill does have a black American Express card with his name on it, it's tied to a business account.

      If you looked at the above referenced court filing, Bill does mention "some personal charges get charged on American Express and are to be reimbursed." You'll note that there is no mention of the color of that card.

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    7. That's just Susan's latest desperate attempt to discredit a blog she couldn't control or dictate the content of.

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    8. Hey stupid, I directed my last comment at you because someone deleted my question about evidence, and I DID assume that was you.

      I know who wrote the article because it is to well written to have been you.

      @4:11: I'm sure you saw it right after you heard you heard Windsor reveal my real name and bless my heart!!!

      You know, I could jerk you guys around a good bit if I were willing to lie to you. The game is more fun if you can lie. Sadly for me, I have to stay on the high road.

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    9. I never mentioned you coming up in court. But I was in court when the black card was brought up. It's even referenced in some of your Willy's scribble filings since that hearing. Once again, you're spewing about things you have absolutely no knowledge of. You lose again, but thanks for your lame attempts to keep playing a game that no one wants to play with you.

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    10. Well obviously I have no way to tell you apart from the individual that DID claim my name was brought up in court, and that is how it goes when you only want to sign as an anon.

      To the anon that wrote this: "Sorry Susan, there is evidence of the black card."

      Your idea of "evidence" may not be the same as mine. Did Windsor admit he has a black card? Surely if there was actual hard evidence that he has a card Windsor would have had to admit he does have one. Did he admit it or didn't he?



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    11. if he said he did have one....that would prove he didn't have one. Have you caught on yet? He lies, profusely

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    12. Wow! Did you really just infer that the card only exist if Windsor admits that he has one? Even you're not that stupid Susan.

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    13. Windsor doesn't admit to anything. One of his latest legal filings is centered around a giant lie he's telling. But, I'm going to withhold the information that I'm referencing as most people who have read the filings will know exactly what stupid things he is saying.

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    14. Even judge Carroll has started pointing out Bill's lies in court. Susan, you've now gone full lemming.

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    15. And, regardless of where the funds come from, Windsor claims in his own filings on 11-7-14 "he arranged a bondsman to provide the ordered bond." So, Bill has access to a disposable $10,000. But, a few years ago, he couldn't even handle the costs of filing pro se.

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    16. And there is no possible way that money came from the over $2 million in real estate that Babs sold in the last 6 months. He already stated in his filings that his family had ignored his pleas for help.

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    17. I was in court.
      I heard the entire Black American Express Card discussion between the Judge and Windsor.
      As Windsor was vehemently denying being released after using the Black American Express Card and then being re-arrested, the receipts of the transaction were being given to him and the Judge.
      I also saw and heard his description of you, Susan, Sharon, Scout, whatever you go by. Windsor did chuckle, then he hung his head, turned very red & said "bless her heart". It is ALL in the court transcript, too.
      There were more than a dozen Exhibits entered into evidence that were Windsor's own words from his own websites and social media pages that he refuted in court, "under penalty of perjury".
      It all went toward Windsor's credibility, or lack thereof.
      Get a GRIP. Your friend Willy? Is in deep shit.
      Dang. For someone that doesn't care? You sure do get all bent and spend a lot of time arguing over this.

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    18. It's to well written? To? By golly gosh don't you wish you had an edit button?

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    19. I'm not saying that Windsor's testimony is proof of anything. I am asking if the "evidence" that was presented was irrefutable, such that Windsor was forced to admit it was true.

      Here is how the "evidence" has been described by an eye witness:

      "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."

      There is an inference that the email verified all three of the facts the judge asked about. But then the description of the email does not indicate that a BLACK card was mentioned by the deputy.

      Access to $10,000 is not necessarily access to "disposable" money. Anyone that has maintained a good credit rating for years should be able to access $100,000 in credit at the drop of a hat. Especially knowing he is going to get the majority of it back as long as he shows up for court.

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    20. The email SPECIFIED BLACK AMERICAN EXPRESS CARD! The arrested party had the card on his person when arrested. It can't be made any more clear than that. It was entered into evidence in the court. If that's not good enough, feel free to order a transcript. But we all know you won't do that because it kills your argument. Which is really all you're interested in anyway.

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    21. You missed a key word that Bill used. Bondsman. I believe the "alleged" credit card transaction and Bill's statement regarding a bondsman to be two separate events. And, from what I read, using a credit card for bond is usually considered a cash advance. So, he'd likely be throwing away 3% minimum on the transaction itself even prior to interest if he is not in a position to pay in a timely manner. Unless it's a debit card. But again, regarding thr ten grand: bondsman.

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    22. "I also saw and heard his description of you, Susan, Sharon, Scout,"

      See the problem with your story is that he has no reason to mention me and you have not given any reason for him mentioning me. You don't want to make up any details, because you don't know enough to safely pull off a detailed bluff. You are not very good at this game dear.

      Yes, I do wish I had an edit button and I am soooo impressed that you spotted that error! You caught it so fast too!!!! You get a gold star today!

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    23. Seriously why even help her out here? She will always argue you aren't telling the truth, and then ask you to post proof of what you're saying. We have seen the court documents and know what's true. She's still talking out her SC ass. Nothing, not even a picture of Windsor's fat ugly face, with a cheesy grin holding the BLACK AMEX CARD will appease Snooze. She is still lost in LA LA Land and Lies.

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    24. I know who wrote the article because it is to well written to have been you.

      Hey stupid Sharon, I think you meant "too well written."

      The game is more fun if you can lie. Sadly for me, I have to stay on the high road.

      Well, if you stop taking all those psychotropic drugs you may realize we already know you're a liar, just like your BFF, Butthurt Billy.

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    25. Windsor was reading through his Facebook statuses that he has submitted to the court and blog comments. The Judge was not able to understand who or what Windsor was talking about. Windsor began to describe who these commenters were.
      That? Is how Sharon was brought up in court. If it makes you feel any better? Windsor had to spell SpamAnon for the Judge and court reporter at the hearing prior. The Judge had to explain to Windsor that not everyone was following along with his plight and was not familiar with the names he was giving so quickly.
      I hope that helps.

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    26. Snooze said at 5:16 "such that Windsor was forced to admit it was true." SNOOZE what are you not understanding here? Windsor is a LIAR. Even when shown evidence of his own stuff, that he denies saying or writing--HE LIES.

      You are sill holding onto all these moronic ideas that Windsor actually had told the truth, and therefor has a "colorable" claim. NO, He does not. He writes lies, republishes them, and republishes them, and idiots like you run around believe they are the truth. "The Constitution is Void" "President Obama put a hit out?" Hello. He depends on idiots like you to help keep his lies going.

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    27. She's so certain of a hearing she wasn't there to witness. Didn't have the guts to stand up in court, now why would that be, Sharon? You've been so quite pissy since his incarceration. What's the matter? Did you really think you had a shot at his millions? Or are you worried that you'll be next?

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    28. Ooops, my error at 5:16^. He is not going to get his $10,000 back. I was thinking about collateral, which does get returned. I wonder why the crack proofreaders here didn't pick up on that error?

      Anon 5:23: "The email SPECIFIED BLACK AMERICAN EXPRESS CARD! "

      THAT is a clear statement about what was in the email. But even if I take the word of an anon for what was in the email, I'm still left with the fact that the email was unsworn. Fleming's atty could easily have obtained an affidavit, why didn't she?

      I'm not saying the email was a lie, but neither am I persuaded by an unsworn statement. Obviously I am not alone since the title on OR's article refers to the card as "alleged".


      OR, I saw the word bondsman here: "he arranged a bondsman to provide the ordered bond."

      What I'm saying is that there is a big difference between having access to credit and having access to $10,000 of disposable income. Whether he can or will repay it is another matter.

      @5:42: My definition of lying is very narrow. To me, if you convey a false idea, YOU HAVE LIED.

      Windsor's definition of lying is extremely broad. He does not seem to think that manipulating words to create a false impression is lying. He has a marketing background so this attitude is not surprising.

      What are you not understanding here? I do not like what I've seen on this blog. But that has NOTHING to do with what I think of Windsor. It has to do with the fact that the people here LIE about Windsor while criticizing him for lying. The following sentence can be applied to nearly everyone on this blog: "He writes lies, republishes them, and republishes them, and idiots like you run around believe they are the truth."

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    29. Love to play games then? It's rubbish what women like you do to men in the color of love. Manipulate their bad self esteems. Fill their heads with nonsense. Egg on fights and set yourself up to be their hero. You can bandage a bloody knee but when their lives go down the toilet your kind of love is meaningless. Because it was never about them. It was always about you. You and your ego. And the power you feel from being in control of someone else's life, cause god knows if you had control over your own life you wouldn't have to feed off of others.

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    30. Basically what Susan is saying, no matter what anyone says to dispute her argument, she's going to consider it a lie. It's become quite obvious to me at least, she's become a full blown thoughtless lemming. Your faith in and worship of all things Billshit is going to leave you disappointed eventually. Keep your faith as long as you can while you deny the proof that you're wrong. Enjoy your delusions while you can. Have a nice evening.

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    31. If anyone disputes what Susan thinks, they're lying. If that's not the definition of a lemming, I don't know what is!

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    32. "Windsor was reading through his Facebook statuses ...The Judge was not able to understand who or what Windsor was talking about. Windsor began to describe who these commenters were. That? Is how Sharon was brought up in court."

      He brought up someone that posts to LA under the name of SHARON and you think he meant me? I have never posted under the name Sharon. There is a woman named Sharon Anderson that posts under nearly all of Windsor's statuses. There is also a Sharon Stephens on LA. There are 833,299 people in this country with the first name of Sharon.

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    33. RC: "Basically what Susan is saying, no matter what anyone says to dispute her argument, she's going to consider it a lie." THAT is what you got out of my 6:40 post? You can't be objective about anything I write can you? smh

      @6:46: All I can say to that is WOW.

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    34. What an awesome post, Ollie Reader!

      ....Snoozan, you are being a bad troll tonight! Run along, back under your bridge.

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    35. No Susan, I didn't come to that conclusion by reading your last comment. I formed my opinion of you based on all of your comments on this topic. You just refuse to believe the truth in this situation. You're not going to believe it until you actually go to the trouble to verify it yourself. We both know you're not going to do that for severa reasons. The most important of those reasons being, you don't really care if it's true or not. It's the argument you want, not the actual facts.

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    36. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hnTmBjk-M0c

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    37. If Windsor were allowed to pay a bondsman on his credit card, I consider that money disposable in his head. Yes, I understand the credit card is still debt until it's paid, but it's my guess that someone will pay it. It's also my guess that his AMEX is a business account. And it probably is more tied to the person at the top of the page than it is to the name on the card. But, that's just a guess based on the repayment comment Bill made regarding the AMEX card in the above documents. In other MoM lawsuit related documents, he itemized printing his legal docs and the court was unable to differentiate between business printing and court printing. It's likely the same account referenced.

      And in my world, you don't charge things that you can't or won't pay off in a reasonably short period of time. Personally, I am still shocked that anything beyond cash or debit transaction would be allowed by jails.

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    38. Snoozan, most people who land in jail belong there (foregoing the innocent to proven guilty thingy for now). Are you always this negative or just after sundown.

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    39. **Claps*** Way to go Sharon! Your arguments are sure to win over the judge when you stand in the court this week. But what will you wear? How about a white tuxedo coat unbuttoned over a baseball shirt. No that will never fly, better be sure to match that with leggings and sandals. Professional to the core, that's you.
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0yDctW8SMiQ&list=UUyM4TI2xfT1am_txaVzBRgQ

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    40. HAHAHAHAHA OMGEEEE!! WOW!!
      You all weren't kidding about the troll part. YIKES. Even her voice is scary!

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    41. Spam! Really?
      I'm watching you o . o

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    42. To me, if you convey a false idea, YOU HAVE LIED.

      You mean like telling folks you had connections in Washington DC and you would have their stories published in the Congressional record and that a lot of Congressional members would be speaking at the convention you organized?

      Or do you mean when someone claims he's a card-carrying, professional journalist who is making a documentary on judicial corruption but really is only interested in leading a new, radical political party?

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    1. I agree. Awesome article Ollie.
      I am still floored at the lies this man tells and excuses to claim he's not lying.

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    2. L I E S in court.
      L I E S everywhere to everyone everyday!
      A lifetime of L I E S.

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  5. So this pretty much explains how he got involved with Sharon et al, not because he wanted to help anyone but because he didn't want to pay up. My favorite part is on “The Windsors will get their lives back if this is resolved in their favor.” Guess "the joeys" are off the hook for ruining his life then.

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    1. Yeah, I am reading his letters about his income, all his excuses about who owns what, his denials of depositions and requests to simply submit sworn affidavits and I am having such Deja vu. The guy is seriously a snake IMO. Same exact lies and crappy excuses.

      Hiding money through his wife, claiming certain things and sidestepping others? Oh and blaming the other counsel either for catching him in a lie, and twisting to make it appear the counsel is lying? IDK, it's really just like the same billshit, different day.

      Yes, he and Barbara's lives were ruined waaaaaay back. Same billshit, different day. This guy really is a POS. IMO once again.

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    2. I like the sworn affidavits. Even when Windsor is caught in lies, he lies. He doesn't fear contempt charges, he's got plenty of money to pay them. He simply keeps filing sworn affidavits, amends them, and then says-- you have to believe me, I filed a sworn affidavit. Most ridiculous system ever. Get caught in a lie, but dismiss it with a useless piece of paper, swearing it's true. LMAO. Yeah, that keeps Vexatious litigants honest! Just like PPO's stop violent crimes. SMH.

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  6. It's amazing how dumb the lemmings really are. I mean, seriously dumb.
    Dani McEvoy tags a few people to Windsor's FB post--one of which is connected in a BIG way to one of the people currently being sued, and another that is on the "I need to add this "hater" please Judge Carroll" list.

    Unbelievable. The list of Windsor's "haters" is SOOO long, and the lemmings clearly have no clue who's on it. What a joke, tagging someone, actually thinking they will help Windsor, when Windsor called this one particular newly tagged person a "hater," is suing a friend, and trying to sue another.

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    1. I'll need a flowchart on this, but dig your lingo..

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    2. Sorry. I know--far too many people Windsor doesn't like, and wants to sue-- to keep track of. Trust me, it's funny!

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    3. My favorite part was that he had no ownership of 1st communications. Pffft. I hold the bankruptcy papers in hand.

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    4. Which hand?
      Will it be on the #SFS?

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    5. Ya I cracked up at the tagging choices. Those 3 guys were in DC. 2 of which left DC with a particular hatred towards Mr. Windsor for how he lied to everyone. Lololol.

      ~Allie Gate

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  7. That Jennie! Silly girl! It just makes sense to me, that seeing as how we're practically neighbors & she already several of Windsir's other defendants as her Facebook friends, (or many mutual friends of those defendants) that she'd accept my Facebook friend request! We could "love out loud" via Facebook while she prayed for me, you know, real Facebook besties!
    I was going to be in Eustace so much in the coming months for basketball anyway, I could just us really "loving life out loud"!
    Nope. Not Jennie. She blocked me in record time. Durn it!
    Kimmel says it's #FacebookUnfriendDay today, I didn't get to the UNing part, just blocked.
    Now? Why would she pray for me, but not be my Facebook friend? She kept our mutual friends! Is she going to pray for them? Will she "love out loud" with them?
    Sigh...I'm guessing she's just too busy, helping those with Black AmEx cards, in jail for stalking, but have no one to help them. She helps them by going to visit them in jail & picking up their personal property items.
    Since Windsor has no one, maybe Jennie will come Thursday? We can meet face to face & she pray for me there, that'd be nice.
    Oh well, so much for connecting thru Facebook with Jennie.

    KellieMcDougald, Kemp, Texas (just 12 short miles from where Jennie claims to live in Eustace, Texas)

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    1. Sorry for the poor typing. My disappointment really hindered my typing on new laptop.

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    2. Tell Jennie 'Hi' from Ken and me too [a.k.a. Windsor's latest stalking victims].

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    3. I would, but, Jennie is busy praying & loving out loud.
      I hope some of the personal items she picked up and signed for had the alleged Black AmEx card. I also hope she's shopping with it like a fiend & it gets paid by

      I was given a list of over 500 names that Windsor considered worthy of his hatred & wanted to add to his 'JoeyLawsuit' and the chick that was tagging those others? Every one of them are on that list! Windsor creates the list, plans to swirl them into his sue the world lawsuit and they're too ignorant to realize? Duh!
      That's also some interesting reading above about his life being ruined, blah, blah, blah. He's exaxtly where he belongs, incarcerated.

      That Jennie? I hope she sticks it to his a$$ hard. I hope she took that gray boat looking cabinet off the top of the Jeep, it looked so dorkie. Even if she won't be Facebook friends with me, I hope those things.

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    4. >paid by autodraft

      KMc

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  8. Can someone get a kite to Windsor and let him know that Vic is on the case and freedom is imminent?

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    1. Flashed the signs~
      Message received, your welcome.
      Send 2 soups & a stamp, it's all good.

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    2. Excellent.

      Don't forget the toothbrush handle. He'll know what it's for.

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  9. Anyone that knows what the real Julia AKA Marlene look like, please go watch the “People Court” from a few days ago. A New Haven real estate agency sue her for not paying her rental agreement for her Massage Business then moving to Southington….. She used a fake first name and the show did not use her last name or business name.

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    1. Figures. If you find a link please post it. It would be nice to see the face of the troll who put innocent people on Windsor's target list.

      I bet Julia/Marlene's 'block' list is as long as or longer than Windsor's I'm going to sue list. She's really a very nasty, mean, vile woman. In my humble opinion.

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    2. I looked up the show schedule online and found that the October 20th episode had a case called "Not Getting A Happy Ending." Ha Ha Ha.

      Is this what you are talking about?

      People's Court YouTube


      @30 min 17 seconds

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    3. Ahahahahaha!! Perfect. She makes allegations with zero proof or evidence, just her word and actually expected the Judge to order in her favor? Then she wanted money for the sign too? Because she felt it was in the wrong spot? Geeze, the excuses to not own up to her own poor decisions!! Nut shell lemming ideals. Right there! It's everyone else's fault your honor, not mine, because I said so. (you can tell the Judge isn't buying her Billshit)

      Just like those sending letters now, to the TX AG for the release of their leader? Claiming the complete lie Windsor told about being shot at. Yep, it was a blown radiator, Windsor got caught in the lie--no police report to back his lie up, no affidavit from the driver of the car that was allegedly shot at--absolutely zero proof or evidence, just Windsor lying his ass of, and now the lemmings are sending their complaints, with this blatant lie!! NO PROOF--NO EVIDENCE, just release this innocent man, because we said so!

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    4. I am still shaking my head over Windsor's outlandish lie that he was shot at - and his groupies / cult believing the outlandish lie, without question. Proof that whatever Windsor feeds his cult, they eat it up as the truth.

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    5. ya, lol at least there entertaining

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    6. I believe someone called that photo of the 'shooting' a Rorschach picture, my guess is many of his lemmings can see what he sees. They really are eligible for a group rate by a psychiatrist.

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  10. Directly from LA LA Land: https://www.facebook.com/billwindsor1/posts/10205366943039612?pnref=story

    Debbie Lynn Marie Smith - I have sent my letter to the email addresses of attorney general, Greg Abbott. I am not experienced in writing letters of a legal nature. My writing is more of a creative venture, but I did my best. It is short and sweet. I'll let you know if anything comes back. - To Greg Abbott: Office of the Attorney General
    Ellis County, Texas

    I am writing you today concerning William (Bill) Windsor. He is currently in custody, at the Ellis County Jail under falsified warrants, for allegedly violating a protective order. (these accusations are false) He is awaiting extradition to Montana, where he could likely be tortured or murdered in custody there. Bill Windsor is an honest and just man, who has fought for victims rights under the law, for many years. There is no doubt in the minds of his supporters of his innocence.

    Bill Windsor has spent every waking moment, exposing judicial crimes nationwide. As a result, he has been cyber stalked, slandered and defamed by powerful, resourceful groups and individuals, who's only motivation is to obstruct justice. This is also an attempt by these groups and individuals to silence Lawless America the Movie; to destroy him both personally and professionally. Bill has traveled state to state gathering video and written testimonies, of extensive and deplorable human rights abuse, by corrupt individuals within the judicial system and other agencies.

    He has gathered approximately 1500 testimonies from victims of crimes, that are still being carried out today. Those who had him incarcerated, have made numerous false claims against Bill and are involved directly or indirectly, in having him cyber stalked, threatened and even shot at, during his travels. This is attempted murder. All of the crimes committed against him have been well proven and documented extensively in court, on his website and on his Facebook page.

    Please visit these pages for further details and take into serious consideration, the evidence presented.

    https://www.facebook.com/billwindsor1

    http://www.lawlessamerica.com/

    I am not as well versed in constitutional law as Bill, or some of his other supporters. So, please forgive my lack knowledge in this regard. I am merely speaking from my own experience. I am just another target, a freelance writer and one of the countless Americans, who have been habitually abused by this system. In my case, this has spanned over a lifetime. I am no longer in the United States for this very reason. Therefore, I am writing to you anonymously from outside the country. I kindly request of you to release Bill Windsor from custody and prevent his extradition to Montana.

    We are counting on you, Mr. Abbott, to consider all efforts and letters from his supporters in this case. It is now up to you to restore our faith in the justice system. Please help us all and free Bill Windsor. This is a serious miscarriage of justice on levels too numerous for me to calculate.

    Regards,

    Gene Doe

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    1. She's a real genius. Sent the letter anonymous, but included the link to the FB page where the letter is posted under he name.

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    2. SMH. They just don't listen. Texas AG has already been contacted on behalf of the interests and welfare of Texas residents:

      "Thank you for your recent email. We appreciate your contacting the Office of the Attorney General of Texas.

      Please understand the role of this office is to advise and represent state entities, agencies and interests as specified in the Texas Government Code. Under Texas law, the Office of the Attorney General is prohibited from providing legal advice, analysis or representation to private individuals. However, I hope the following information is helpful.

      Your email has been forwarded for criminal justice review. Please know that we are prohibited from commenting on or acknowledging possible investigations...

      You may wish to discuss your legal rights and remedies under the law in this matter with a private attorney…

      Again, thank you for writing, and please let us know if we may be of further assistance in the future.
      Sincerely,
      Donna K. Lee
      Public Information & Assistance Division
      Office of the Attorney General of Texas"

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    3. Well, when they all get the same letter, they will scream, jump up and down, holler and rant about more "Corruption." How one earth could they be ignored, when they clearly said he was "innocent." This is a national crisis for goodness sakes. Mr. William M Windsor IS going to save the world. He just needs to get out of jail first. ***eye roll***

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    4. LMAO off at the first Official LA group event post-DC being a "get Bill out of Jail free" letter campaign.

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    5. Here we go...it's been roughly 24 hrs since Deb's sent her letter to the AG. Foot tapping.....he's not responded yet....

      "Debbie Lynn Marie Smith-- I've heard nothing back from the attorney general and I can't say that I am surprised about it."

      LOL!!

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    6. The response above took 3 days, but I'm not sure the lemmings will receive a response as nice as mine.

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  11. Gene Doe:

    Oh, that will do great, as the AG (and future Governor) talk to him about all the sneaky bastards throughout the judicial system, and definately send him to the LA Page! Mentioning Murder, Torture, etc. will get his attention, and even better it's anonymously from outside the country!!!

    Send one to Tim Fox the Montana AG as well!

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    1. She probably emailed it to info@texas.gov, he'll be reading it soon.

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    2. I have had to file police reports, and there can be no requirement for me to get approval before contacting law enforcement. I was recently assaulted twice and shot at once while in Montana. The police told me to seek a protective order, which I did. When my life is at stake, I have no intention of attempting to get anything that I do approved by anyone.
      One last thing, a legal action has been filed against me by a man in Montana who has threatened to kill me at least 16 times. I am filing a countersuit. There IS no way to get approval for countersuits since they have to be filed so quickly.

      William Windsor, letter to Judge Thrash


      During the events of Piemageddon, Missoula, MT, 2013, does anyone recall the specific number of life-threatening paper wads thrown by the magistrate in and about Mr. Windsor's general vicinity (allegedly) ?

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    3. Don't know... at least he was wearing a flak jacket at the time.

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    4. Best thing to do, when as Bill claims, someone threatens to "kill me at least 16 times".?

      Track that person down and stalk them. Makes sense to me.

      You know the saying that repeating a lie enough times makes it true? The shooting/sniper/exploding car incident in MT is one of those...

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    5. The best part about Windsor's mass internet campaign to attempt to make some kind of evidence of his allegations--is that all you need to do is google his allegations and poof, there it is. One of the numerous "Paper Wad Assault" articles:

      http://lawlessamerica.org/?tag=bill-windsor

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    6. Judge Carroll got to hear a smidge of the "I got shot at by Boushie" tale from Windsor at the last hearing. It was just prior to the Judge reading aloud ALL the documents from Montana Courts, JPs....
      All that got shot? Was Windsor's credibility (or lack thereof). When the Judge asked where the incident took place? & Where were Windsor's reports to LE about the shooting? "Upon information and belief" was used, then the speil of "how corrupt the entire state of Montana is" began.
      Judge Carroll had to interrupt that and guide the Plaintiff back to the subject of the hearing, again.
      Windsor got redirected back the hearing's purpose numerous times.
      Thursday should be extremely interesting. #coughcoughcough
      Windsor didn't get to tell the part about being "paper wad assaulted", maybe he'll squeeze that in, before, during or after what is actually on the docket.

      And? Do I understand correctly? Debi, Vic, Julia et al are writing to the Governor-elect of Texas to release Windsor? They don't get it that Abbott isn't Governor yet? Or that it is Montana that he's being held as a prisoner? Day 20? These are some speedy people! At this rate? Windsor should get his Christmas 2014 cards by the 4th of July, 2015!
      Thank goodness Windsor isn't waiting by a phone for Debi's call!

      Let's just all "love out loud" and pray with Jennie, she's not letting any of this bother her! Pffffft! Life does go on.
      Pass the popcorn, please and thank you.

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    7. Let's set her up with 'Kyle' at ripoffreport. He's a real romantic writing poetry and all. He's sure that Windsor is innocent just like Jesus.

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    8. Tks for the link, Ninja. This is a hoot - especially the part where Windsor claims he is having trouble downloading the pics of the events -aka the evidence to back up what he claims. LOL!

      I’m not hurt. But today will go down in the books as one of the most exciting days so far.

      I don’t believe a scriptwriter could have written a script for what happened today. It’s just too outlandish.

      This is one story that you will want to see. I don’t have the time to edit, so I will just piece the raw footage together. Here’s the unedited video: A Day in the Life of Bill Windsor at the Ravalli County Courthouse in Hamilton Montana.

      I have film of the actual event. I haven’t processed it yet…having trouble getting it to download from my still camera.

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  12. I wonder how many lawsuits will be filed against the Ellis County Jail/inmates/sheriffs if he ever gets out?

    Did he have anthing pending after his TX lawsuit?

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    1. yeah one of his most recent motions was saying he wanted to open a suit against them....a declarative judgement or something....he wants Judge Carroll to tell the guards how to treat him

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    2. That will endear him to the jail staff. Bill just can't control himself, who indicates that he'll sue the jail while in their custody, except drunks being booked for DUI's? Saw that on COPS last week!

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    3. Clearly you insult and disparage Mr. Windsor. In accordance with this strict "double-down, all-in" policy, you can be sure he'll sue the entire United States of America....AGAIN. .

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  13. Is the 20th just about Anti-Slapp, or is there any chance Bill can get himself in more hot water?

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    1. With Windsor, there is always a chance he will get himself in deeper hot water.

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  14. Well Bill, 3 weeks have come and gone, I can only imagine the shenanigans there!

    Tickle fights, ghost stories after lights out, sword fights at the urinals. Here's to another 3 weeks at the boys club!

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    1. He's probably got a swollen black eye.

      And I'm not talking about his face, either...

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    2. Uh no.
      Ain't no gangsta that hard up. I'll lay odds he's real safe from that dirt of violation.

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    3. >sort not dirt!!!

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  15. So, Gingersnap what are you hiding, your not really a land shark are you?
    obviously your trying to hide something, I mean surely Snoozan wouldn't be so obsessed over something that doesn't exist? are you really a Robot? we must know what your hiding, maybe your a tree just typing away....

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    1. Oh no. The jig is up. My cover is blown. It seems that on my blog I tend to cover only the topics I decide I want. And, conversely, I ignore the others. I apologize to those coming here looking for a discussion in modern botanical techniques

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    2. This isn't you leading your readers?
      This is just random commenters, exchanging opinions relating to the Vextacious, lies and absurd escapades of Windsor, and those that support him? Wow. That's deep.

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  16. Does anyone have information about if they've picked up Marty Prehn yet?

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    1. are they suppose to?

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    2. OMG, how exciting ... Fatty Prehn in jail !!!!! Whoop Whoop ... I've been waiting years for this.

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    3. A TWOFAT-Fer incarceration!!!!
      Bwahahaha
      It's Christmas early!

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    4. He hasn't been posting on his fb since the 6th. I've been watching because of his recent obsession with suicide. Let's hope he's in jail because the other alternative is he's depressed and none of his friends care.

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    5. Boohoo, his evil ass is depressed? He should be depressed, his life is shit due to his horrid behavior.
      Like Windsor, jail is an excellent place for Prehn. Too bad they can't be forced to be cellies.

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    6. Im sure someone got him suspended from fb again for the 1000th time

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    7. I don't know if he's arrested yet but know its coming.

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    8. Marty hasn't been arrested. If he had, church bells would be ringing all across Michigan.

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    9. I'll bet it'll happen Thursday.

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    10. Wait, church bells ringing? I thought he rang the bells...

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    11. Marty is Quasi in the Moto city.

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    12. I think they want to question him first. Probably arrest him after.

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    13. He was commenting on the 16th on Carey the FORMER commissioner's page.... he's not that depressed

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    14. Oh, how true...

      "Marty Prehn So glad that you appreciate my sense of humor. Just remember what happens in cyber space stays in cyber space. And welcome to the mile high club.
      October 5, 2012 at 4:25pm · Like · "

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  17. But..but...who will lead Squeal Team Six? Not since Efrem Zimbalist, Jr went off the air has the FBI had such a loss.

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  18. Who here wouldn't love to be a fly on the wall when Bill finally gets access to a computer and decides to see what's been posted during his incarceration on Joey is a Little Kid.

    This will be the rocket fuel necessary for an entirely new round of craziness..... .unless...one of the terms of his probation/parole is he can't own a computer or access the web. Oh, but of course he will, and that will create more craziness.

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    1. The last time someone assumed Bill was getting out of jail, they specified ten days. It's been twice that now.

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    2. Don't crush her dreams. Susan is still holding on to hope that he Willy won't be extradited and get released. I asked her how that "extraditions are very rare" thing was going a few days ago. Her snippy response was "has he been extradited?"' Of course, no mention of her out in ten days if he isn't picked up by then.

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    3. Was that supposed to be a threat? There's really not much to imagine there. We've all been subjected to his raging vowel movements. There are other flys with more exciting views. Imagine the feds with that laptop.

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    4. Ten days is after he signs the waiver and I thought he had (the bond thing). The ten days is not absolute to pick-up, but rather the demanding state has to make arrangements to pick-up within that 10-days and has up to 30-days to pick-up (each state is slightly different but most are around that time-frame). Once I learned Windsor did not sign the extradition waiver I realized that ten days is not happening (not even close). He's going to fight extradition? I have no idea what the Montana warrant states so I can't guess what will happen on Montana's end. I do know Windsor is going drag this extradition out for as long as he possibly can. Windsor is also not receiving jail-time credit so I have no idea why he wants to sit in a county jail and in the wrong state.

      Susan/Sharon has another theory yanked out of a magazine so don't crush her hopes there because she said (and of course, I'm just going by recollection and will be corrected) that a state won't extradite due to distance. Well, this is a court thing (not a police thing) and yes, the court will extradite. Police have budgets, courts and states generally don't have those limited budgets.

      Here is a recent extradition from NY to FL (distance!) for an individual who attempted to sway a jury (court thing) by sending a text message to a witness (after the witness testified). "The charges go to the core of the judicial system." Bail 1 million. http://www.sun-sentinel.com/local/palm-beach/fl-juror-tampering-first-appearance-20141110-story.html

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    5. Thanks for the M_T!

      I do know MT LE asked and received from TX officials another 10 days to to collect Windsor (that request was made apx. a week ago).

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    6. Oops...10 days to collect...(sorry for the Desmond).

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  19. I'm a little surprised he's been in jail this long, if he didn't fight extradition and demanded a speedy trial, I wonder what would have happened?

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    1. I think he is fighting or more like stalling it. That's why he is playing the game of I have an attorney I just haven't hired him game. Yea if it were me I would waive it fast and fight for a speedy trial. Maybe he thinks he can fight the mt charges with his tx civil case

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    2. Of course he does. That's why he filed two emergency motions for discovery on Sean Boushie.

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    3. I too am surprised.

      I'll bet Carroll just wants to make him sweat the max, as provided by law...

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  20. So Dani "ever so helpful" McEvoy posted up this bogus story Windsor wrote. Read, enjoy and laugh at the conspiracy theory. Then, ask yourself, IF Windsor wasn't constantly posting and publishing HIS Drama stories for self promotion, how would anyone know any of these false allegations he's throwing around.

    http://www.lawlessamerica.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=1391%3Awho-or-what-is-behind-the-cyberstalking-and-defamation-of-william-m-windsor&catid=139%3Ajoeyisalittlekid

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    1. I am producing two expose documentary films about cyberstalking -- Slanderella and Slanderfella. This gang of cyberstalkers will be featured.

      Way to go, Billy! Man, you sure are productive! What with your travel book you published, Round America and your book about the Maid of Mist case, Screwed, Glued and Tattooed, you've also managed to produce and direct the Sundance-awarded Lawless America film. That's some resume! I say this sincerely: I hope you keep doing what you're doing right now--and I really, really mean that.

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    2. Singing show tunes?

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  21. Dani is a freaking brainiac. She should sit by Debi. Oh? Debi is hiding out of the country. Even better, get Dani a chair,
    Dani? Dipshit? You are on the 'to be added to the lawsuit' list.
    Girl, puhleeeese! pay attention! That tag list you got going? That is Windsor's 'I'm adding to lawsuit list' not his Christmas card list! It's also pretty much Jennie's friend list, too! Hello!
    No one could make up this much stupid!
    We.'re outta popcorn & drinks again.
    Can I use the Black AnEx card? I'll be right back. I swear under penalty of perjury.

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  22. Julia Fletcher? She's so vocal about exposing the truth, lemme help her.
    First? Her name isn't Julia. Her name is Marlene Debek. Here is Marlene's story & how she became a Windsor supporter.
    Pesky facts & truth.

    https://www.jud.ct.gov/external/supapp/Cases/AROcr/CR287/287cr103.pdf

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    1. Great info :) Marlene Debek's case is a must read. It raises questions about Windsor not vetting stories for his LA movie. Perhaps he knew how untrue some of the stories were - but the true stories didn't back up Windsor's claims of corruption and the need for a "Revolution".

      Note that In Marlene's case, they compare malicious prosecution to
      vexatious litigation.

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    2. It is interesting that Marlene took the kid from Florida to CT, then proceeded to deny and or interfere with visitations once the father showed up in CT. It sounds like she did every trick imaginable to keep him away from the kid.

      Now, in a spiffy twist, she's joined in the father's rights groups promoting shared parenting. She attacks anyone who has concerns about how unfit parents shouldn't be allowed unmonitored contact. I find that very odd, considering her past history of doing everything possible to keep the father away from the child.

      If she gets in a dispute with anyone...she freaks out, and does the standard FB block so that person can no longer see her posts, and challenge her stance. Her arguments are really lame, just as they were in the People's Court video.

      Marlene is a "Me" person. She has no compassion or sympathy for anyone else. If you don't agree with her? She'll block you. She can not handle adult conversations. She throws childish tantrums, bam, your blocked. Highly immature really, and very one sided. If she's going to pretend to advocate for a cause, then at least be mature enough back up her shit with proof and evidence to support your stance. Otherwise it's just a Windsor move.

      Malicious prosecution? Yep, I can totally see that. She's still doing it to this day--when she doesn't get her way.

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    3. Yup, HUGE red flag!
      Judge Carroll used the exact word 'malicious' litigation. This in reference to (former) Defendant Round (dismissed) & defendant Boushie. Boushie is from Montana & has a PPO that Windsor has repeatedly violated & not with Windsor's whiney version used in court, of merely sending defendant Boushie copies. Windsor has the video uploaded to YouTube of his #stalking of Boushie, (proudly taping himself.
      Windsor has provided numerous examples/evidence of his #stalking of his defendants on numerous websites, YouTube just being his favored. He referred to his footage in Montana at the Univerrsity as #climax for his 'movie'. At this point, I strongly disagree on that, there's been much more that Windsor didn't upload, that viewers to his YouTube videos could have considered #climactic. The previous 20 days would have been trend worthy!
      Eh, he's getting so proficient with handwriting recently? A book, from inside the walls could be his life's #climax. I wouldn't buy it, but some dolts would!

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    4. "Malicious" is what the entire suit is about. "Malicious" is probably what the M. really stands for in William M. Windsor.

      Malicious is his history. It is how he reacts to anything or anyone he doesn't like. Buying all the domains was "Malicious." He got them, so he could put them up, and write whatever he wanted pretending they are "Media" or "News" sites.

      "Malicious" is how he writes all his stories on his Lawless America site. "Malicious" is the perfect word to think of, when reading anything he writes. What is the intent and motive he's trying to get across to the reader? Is it for truth and justice, or is it just a "Malicious" attack? He is incapable of writing anything, without some really "Malicious" content included to defame, slander, harass, annoy, and libel that particular person.

      Thus, why Judge Thomas Thrash labeled him vexatious--and required him to obtain leave prior to ANY suit being filed in ANY court, in ANY state. It was a warning as to Windsor's "Malicious" nature, and history of frivolous filings--just to be "Malicious."
      IMO

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    5. Malicious - : having or showing a desire to cause harm to another person : having or showing malice [ http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/malicious ]


      Vexatious Litigation
      A legal action or proceeding initiated maliciously and without Probable Cause by an individual who is not acting in Good Faith for the purpose of annoying or embarrassing an opponent.

      The U.S. legal system permits persons to file civil lawsuits to seek redress for injuries committed by a defendant. However, a legal action that is not likely to lead to any practical result is classified as vexatious litigation. Such litigation is regarded as frivolous and will result in the dismissal of the action by the court. A person who has been subjected to vexatious litigation may sue the plaintiff for Malicious Prosecution, seeking damages for any costs and injuries associated with the original lawsuit.

      Litigation is typically classified as vexatious when an attorney or a pro se litigant (a person representing himself without an attorney) repeatedly files groundless lawsuits and repeatedly loses. Under the Common Law, the frequent incitement of lawsuits by an attorney constituted the crime of Barratry. In modern law, however, barratry is viewed as an archaic crime and is rarely enforced. Attorneys who encourage vexatious litigation are subject to discipline for violating rules of professional conduct and may be suspended from the Practice of Law or disbarred.

      Sometimes pro se litigants who have lost their initial lawsuits file new actions based on the dispute contained in the original suit. Because the judgment of the original case is dispositive, a court will ultimately dismiss these new actions. To avoid the expenditure of court resources, as well as the costs associated with the defendant's defense of repeated frivolous claims, a court may issue an order forbidding the pro se litigant to file any new actions without permission of the court.

      Vexatious litigation - a type of malicious prosecution that enables the defendant to file a tort action against the plaintiff. A plaintiff in a malicious prosecution must prove that a legal proceeding (or multiple proceedings) was instituted by the defendant, that the original proceeding was terminated in favor of the plaintiff, that there was no probable cause for the original proceeding, and that malice, or a primary purpose other than that of bringing the original action, motivated the defendant. A plaintiff in such an action may recover, for example, the expenses incurred in defending the original suit or suits, as well as resulting financial loss or injury. A plaintiff may also recover damages for mental suffering of a kind that would normally be expected to follow from the original action.


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    6. Perfect! Thank you!

      We have the MO case, KS case, MT appeals Windsor tried to turn into civil cases citing the same complaints as these other civil suits, the TX case and the CA case against FB. All, the exact same cases, same complaints, same frivolous, baseless accusations in each and every one of them.

      CA is dismissed because he didn't obtain leave, ALL the MT appeals, denied/dismissed, MO case--Windsor asked to dismiss, KS case--no hearings in over a year and will probably be dismissed due to inactivity, now, it's just the TX case.

      He is acting out exactly what you posted above.

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    7. Ninja, here's more regarding the right to sue a vexatious litigant once the case is dismissed by the court. This is long, so I will post it in several parts:

      Right to sue vexatious litigant:

      Right to sue vexatious litigant: Part 1
      Malicious Prosecution
      An action for damages brought by one against whom a civil suit or criminal proceeding has been unsuccessfully commenced without Probable Cause and for a purpose other than that of bringing the alleged offender to justice.

      An action for malicious prosecution is the remedy for baseless and malicious litigation. It is not limited to criminal prosecutions but may be brought in response to any baseless and malicious litigation or prosecution, whether criminal or civil. The criminal defendant or civil respondent in a baseless and malicious case may later file this claim in civil court against the parties who took an active role in initiating or encouraging the original case. The defendant in the initial case becomes the plaintiff in the malicious prosecution suit, and the plaintiff or prosecutor in the original case becomes the defendant. In most states the claim must be filed within a year after the end of the original case.

      A claim of malicious prosecution is a tort action. A tort action is filed in civil court to recover money damages for certain harm suffered. The plaintiff in a malicious prosecution suit seeks to win money from the respondent as recompense for the various costs associated with having to defend against the baseless and vexatious case.

      The public policy that supports the action for malicious prosecution is the discouragement of Vexatious Litigation. This policy must compete against one that favors the freedom of law enforcement officers, judicial officers, and private citizens to participate and assist in the administration of justice.

      In most jurisdictions an action for malicious prosecution is governed by the Common Law. This means that the authority to bring the action lies in case law from the courts, not statutes from the legislature. Most legislatures maintain some statutes that give certain persons Immunity from malicious prosecution for certain acts. In Colorado, for example, a merchant, a merchant's employee, or a police officer, who reasonably suspects that a theft has occurred, may detain and question the suspect without fear of liability for slander, false arrest, False Imprisonment, unlawful detention, or malicious prosecution (Colo. Rev. Stat. Ann. § 18-4-407 [West 1996]).

      An action for malicious prosecution is distinct from an action for false arrest or false imprisonment. If a person is arrested by a police officer who lacks legal authority for the arrest, the proper remedy is an action for false arrest. If a person is confined against her or his will, the proper remedy is an action for false imprisonment. An action for malicious prosecution is appropriate only when the judicial system has been misused.

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    8. Right to sue vexatious litigant: Part 2
      Elements of Proof

      To win a suit for malicious prosecution, the plaintiff must prove four elements: (1) that the original case was terminated in favor of the plaintiff, (2) that the defendant played an active role in the original case, (3) that the defendant did not have probable cause or reasonable grounds to support the original case, and (4) that the defendant initiated or continued the initial case with an improper purpose. Each of these elements presents a challenge to the plaintiff.

      The Original Case Was Terminated in Favor of the Plaintiff The original case must end before the defendant or respondent in that case may file a malicious prosecution suit. This requirement is relatively easy to prove. The original case qualifies as a prosecution if the defendant or respondent had to appear in court. The original case need not have gone to trial: it is enough that the defendant or respondent was forced to answer to a complaint in court. If the original case is being appealed, it is not considered terminated, and the defendant or respondent must wait to file a malicious prosecution suit.

      To proceed with a malicious prosecution claim, the plaintiff must show that the original case was concluded in her or his favor. Generally, if the original case was a criminal prosecution, it must have been dismissed by the court, rejected by the Grand Jury, abandoned by the prosecutor, or decided in favor of the accused at trial or on appeal. If the original case was a civil suit, the respondent must have won at trial or the trial court must have disposed of the case in favor of the respondent (now the plaintiff).

      If recovery by the plaintiff in a civil action was later reversed on appeal, this does not mean that the action was terminated in favor of the respondent. However, if the plaintiff in the original case won by submitting fabricated evidence or by other fraudulent activity, a reversal on such grounds may be deemed a termination in favor of the respondent. A settlement between the plaintiff and the respondent in a civil suit is not a termination in favor of the respondent. Likewise, courts do not consider a plea bargain in a criminal case to be a termination in favor of the defendant.

      The Defendant Played an Active Role in the Original Case In a malicious prosecution suit, the plaintiff must prove that the defendant played an active role in procuring or continuing the original case. The plaintiff must prove that the defendant did more than simply participate in the original case. False testimony alone, for example, does not constitute malicious prosecution. Moreover, witnesses are immune from suit for Defamation, even if they lie on the witness stand. Such is the case because the concept of a fair and free trial requires that witnesses testify without fear of having to defend a defamation suit owing to their testimony.

      An action for malicious prosecution focuses on the abuse of legal process, not on defamatory, untruthful statements. If a person helps another person launch a baseless case or takes action to direct or aid such a case, the first person may be held liable for malicious prosecution. The defendant must have been responsible in some way for the institution or continuation of the baseless case. This position of responsibility does not always include criminal prosecutors and civil plaintiffs. For example, if a prosecutor bringing criminal charges is tricked into prosecuting the case by an untruthful third party, the deceiving party is the one who may be found liable for malicious prosecution, not the prosecutor.

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    9. Right to sue vexatious litigant: Part 3
      Elements of Proof

      The Defendant Did Not Have Probable Cause to Support the Original Case The plaintiff must prove that the person who began or continued the original case did not have probable cause to do so. Generally, this means proving that the person did not have a reasonable belief in the plaintiff's guilt or liability. In examining this element, a court will look at several factors, including the reliability of all sources, the availability of information, the effort required to obtain information, opportunities given to the accused to offer an explanation, the reputation of the accused, and the necessity in the original case for speedy judicial action.

      A failure to fully investigate the facts surrounding a case may be sufficient to prove a lack of probable cause. The termination of the original case in favor of the original defendant (now the plaintiff) may help to prove a lack of probable cause, but it may not be decisive on the issue. The plaintiff should present enough facts to allow a reasonable person to infer that the defendant acted without a reasonable belief in the plaintiff's guilt or liability in beginning or continuing the original case.

      In a criminal case, an acquittal does not constitute a lack of probable cause. A criminal defendant stands a better chance of proving lack of probable cause if the original case was dismissed by prosecutors, a grand jury, or the court before the case went to trial. The criminal process provides several safeguards against prosecutions that lack probable cause, so a full criminal trial tends to show the presence of probable cause. Civil cases do not have the same safeguards, so a full civil trial does not tend to prove probable cause.

      The Defendant Initiated or Continued the Original Case with an Improper Purpose In a malicious prosecution, the plaintiff must prove with specific facts that the defendant instituted or continued the original proceeding with an improper purpose. Sheer ill will constitutes an improper purpose, and it may be proved with facts that show that the defendant resented the plaintiff or wanted somehow to harm the plaintiff. However, the plaintiff does not have to prove that the defendant felt personal malice or hostility toward the plaintiff. Rather, the plaintiff need only show that the defendant was motivated by something other than the purpose of bringing the plaintiff to justice.

      Few defendants admit to improper purposes, so improper purpose usually must be inferred from facts and circumstances. If the plaintiff cannot discover any apparent purpose, improper purpose can be inferred from the lack of probable cause.

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    10. Right to sue vexatious litigant: Part 4
      Damages

      The plaintiff in an action for malicious prosecution can recover money from the defendant for certain harms suffered. Typical injuries include loss of reputation and credit, humiliation, and mental suffering. If the original action was a criminal case, additional harms often include discomfort, injury to health, loss of time, and deprivation of society with family.

      If the plaintiff suffered an economic loss directly related to the original action, the plaintiff can also recover the amount lost. This amount includes attorneys' fees and court costs incurred by the plaintiff in defending the original case.

      Finally, the plaintiff may recover Punitive Damages. Punitive damages are imposed by judges and juries to punish misconduct by a party. Because an action for malicious prosecution requires proof of improper intent on the part of the defendant, punitive damages commonly are awarded to malicious prosecution plaintiffs who win damages awards.

      Other Considerations

      Actions for malicious prosecution must compete against the public interest in allowing parties to pursue cases unfettered by the specter of a retaliatory case. Very few civil or criminal cases result in an action for malicious prosecution. This is because it is difficult to prove that the defendant procured or continued the original case without probable cause and with an improper purpose.

      Another difficulty for the plaintiff in an action for malicious prosecution is immunity. Generally, the law protects witnesses, police officers, judges, prosecutors, and lawyers from suit for malicious prosecution. Witnesses are given immunity because justice requires that they testify without fear of reprisals. Law enforcement and judicial officers are given immunity because they must be free to perform their duties without continually defending against malicious prosecution cases.

      There are exceptions, however. If a law enforcement or judicial official ventures outside the bounds of official duties to instigate or continue a malicious prosecution, the official may be vulnerable to a malicious prosecution suit. For example, a prosecutor who solicits fabricated testimony to present to a grand jury may be sued for malicious prosecution. The prosecutor would receive only limited immunity in this instance because the solicitation of evidence is an administrative function, not a prosecutorial function (Buckley v. Fitzsimmons, 509 U.S. 259, 113 S. Ct. 2606, 125 L. Ed. 2d 209 [1993]).

      Private parties may also at times enjoy immunity from actions for malicious prosecution. For example, a person who complains to a disciplinary committee about an attorney may be immune. This general rule is followed by courts to avoid discouraging the reporting of complaints against attorneys.


      malicious prosecution n. filing a lawsuit with the intention of creating problems for the defendant such as costs, attorneys fees, anguish, or distraction when there is no substantial basis for the suit. If the defendant in the lawsuit wins, and has evidence that the suit was filed out of spite and without any legal or factual foundation, he/she may, in turn, sue for damages against the person who filed the original action. If malice is clearly proved against the party who brought the original suit, punitive damages may be awarded along with special and general damages. In recent cases, courts have ruled that an attorney who knowingly assists a client in filing a worthless lawsuit out of malice or spite may be liable for damages along with the client. The suit by the victim to recover damages for a malicious prosecution cannot be filed until the original law suit is decided in favor of the victim. (See: malice)


      [http://legal-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/Malicious+Prosecution]

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  23. Get 'em while you can!

    http://www.cafepress.com/mf/70875851/lawless-america-movie-logo_tshirt?productId=693297201

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    1. "Designed by B. Windsor" uh, is that the same B. Windsor that cashed the checks for Lawless. I find the easily interchangeable initial confusing--clearly on purpose.

      I would like to order several bibs and onesies- I guess they are calling them bodysuits-- for all the big ass babies over in LA LA Land. I'd get the child hoodie for PieBaby but I know it would never fit over his ginormous head.

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  24. Lost Lemmings on isle 666--Please, someone explain to me. If Deb isn't at the hearings--how on earth does she know what he was or wasn't allowed to present in court? Someone? Anyone? Oh, that's right--they drink Windsor-Aid. SMH AND this is how the "Joeys" and the "Govt." get falsely accused of Billshit!

    "Debbie Lynn Marie Smith I know that a man by the name of Sean Boushie plays a major role. The reason why they are doing this is to shut him down for exposing them, along with other criminals across the nation. It's not a big mystery. Bill was about to present some damning evidence in Texas. He never told us much more than that. He was going to tell us after the hearing, but he never got the chance."

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    1. Ya, they kill me. I had such high hopes for at least that Julia to dig enough to figure it out and come to a startling realization. I stand corrected. SMH. Facepalm.

      ~Allie Gate

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    2. It's their collective stealth speed that floors me.
      Day 20 & Willy is looking thru the guard slot for a postcard, a note, a visitor besides Jennie.
      Nope.
      Sorry Dude.
      These are the same nuk futz that couldn't fill out your downloadable forms unless you walked then through it on your TalkShoeShows.
      And Debi? She's AWOL. Dani's tagging all his haters.
      He's got zilch. Jennie said so.

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  25. JIALK is so funny and such a joy after all of Windbag's billshit. I'm so looking forward to seeing what you guys post after his hearing tomorrow. His 'ol friends are watching how crazy this gets. He's pretty twisted and deserves to be in jail for a long, long time for misrepresenting himself, for stalking so many people, some of whom are so intimidated that they will never come forward and for making this a circus for himself and is constant misrepresentations.

    On the other hand, it's sad that he used so many victims of the court to do this. Shame on him.

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  26. "The jails in this country are so crowded that dangerous criminals are constantly released early.

    (This is untrue; *dangerous criminals* are not *constantly* released early.)

    But apparently Texas and Montana have room for someone that sent business documents to an individual that is nearly 2,000 miles away.

    (Windsor is in Texas, not Montana. A person can only be in one jail or prison at a time).

    Does anyone here think this has anything to do with sending mail to a Montanian?"

    (Well, yes. Sending mail would be in direct violation of the PPO; a crime. Do you have a copy of the warrant, btw?)

    "Or does it have something to do with the fact that Bill very publicly criticized the Montana courts?"

    (Who cares what he says about Montana courts, he violated a PPO)

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    1. I have a copy of the warrant. Has nothing to do with sending "mail"

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    2. Care to post it RC?

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    3. I think I'll hold off for now. I'm enjoying watching Susan scramble for info now that her only source is locked up. She loves to post her cryptic references to info she has but won't post. I think that's nothing more than an attempt to get others to post the info she doesn't have.

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    4. I didn't think it had to do with the mail sending so tossed that in (above) for the anon (if they read here) posting to Windsor's FB page.

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    5. You mean like posting that you have the warrant but not providing proof of it? See it works two ways. Anyone can claim to know anything.

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    6. Shouldn't Sharon be sleeping to prepare for her big day tomorrow as a prodigy lawyer? Oh that's right, she doesn't have the guts.

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    7. Here is the arrest warrant just to prove I have all the arrest info. I'll save the warrant affidavit that describes the charges. I know Susan should already have it since she has so much info she refuses to post

      http://tinypic.com/r/20hncwj/8

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    8. The problem with your claims RC is that the people on this blog LIVE to post proof that Windsor has lied about something.

      He has publicly stated that he is in trouble for sending the documents. If that is not true, you would NOT be withholding proof that shows it is not true.

      Let me phrase it in a way that prevents anyone from playing any semantics games. The warrant is for violating the PO. Are you telling me that the VIOLATIONS have nothing to do with sending mail?

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    9. That's EXACTLY what I'm telling you.

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    10. There is a difference between dishonesty and waiting for the right time.

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    11. Sorry Susan, Bill never "served" Boushie with anything. That's why Boushie filed the motion in the Texas suit asking for sanctions against Bill for filing a fraudulent proof of service. Maybe you should conduct some simple research into your Willy's claims before you try to back them up.

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    12. Clear as mud 5:56

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    13. Snoozan the dolt. Man, girl, you just want to chase your tail. If you have no interest in the Montana matter, stop spewing your whooie.

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    14. RC ... Don't give Snooz any more info or doc's, we can all see she is on a fishing expedition to find out what is really going on with her man. She is sooooooo butthurt about being left out of the loop & being replaced by Jen ... that it's almost sad & definitely pathetic.. JMHO

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    15. Snoozan,
      You aren't the only one taking notes.
      Windsor and his groupies - such as yourself - threaten, egg-on and support those who are hunting me and my family down via Windsor. Well, you better believe I'm taking notes.
      And if you are looking for PROOF to back up what Windsor has said and done, then why didn't you demand PROOF from Windsor about his allegations against a majority of us on this blog.
      It's more than apparent that you never demanded proof from Windsor about whatever he said.
      We don't have to prove anything to you. It's Windsor that owes proof of his allegations against us - not the other way around.

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    16. Haven't we gone though this argument before? Oh yes, we have:

      http://joeyisalittlekid.blogspot.com/2014/11/windsor-breaks-down-in-jail.html?showComment=1415336501345#c678153439925730714

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    17. I already claimed it's not true at all. The people I felt needed to see the proof have seen it. Unfortunately you aren't on that list. It is amusing you claim not to care but continue trying to provoke someone into showing you the proof. Thanks for playing though!

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    18. "If I were you..."
      Oh thank the sweet Lord you are not. Let's all drink to that!

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    19. So Susan called me a liar. I'm so hurt by that I might curl up in the fetal position and cry myself to sleep. That is your most lame attempt yet to get some info. It really burns your ass that I'm playing your game and winning. It must suck that the only source you had to spoon feed you the info they wanted you to spew on this blog has been cut off.

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    20. Are you sure she wasn't being flirtatious? We all know she likes bad boys ;)

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    21. It's such a relief you can wait. Now you can quit asking about it. The funniest part of your statement is about the Black Card. I have that evidence as well. I can't post it because it has his card number on it and that's illegal. Jennie could help you out there though, she picked it up.

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    22. It would be a frightening thing for all humanity if you were ever a lawyer Suzie.

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    23. Oops. I guess you can console yourself with the criticism of my typo at the end. Toodles.

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    24. Snooze won't see anything as evidence that we have, yet she will take Windsor's claims as truth. That? Should tell you everything you need to know about Snoozelemming.

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    25. Susan claims to want to see proof that Windsor is a liar. All she has to do is read the 400 pages of hand written crap he's filed in the last few days. A 10yr old could easily find many lies.

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  27. Okay, I posted at 3:57 & 4:47. I don't think that the warrant mentions mailing anything to Montanna. Does that clarify for 5:25? Or was that 5:25 post for someone else.

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  28. Here's another dolt. THE CASE IS IN MONTANA, not Texas.



    Debbie Lynn Marie Smith According to this website, he could be in for many years...for mailing legal documents. -http://www.criminaldefenselawyer.com/.../texas-felony...

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    1. What was the phrase? Stealthy? Dani is a speedy puma!
      I have copy of the warrant(s), too.

      Actual physical stalking is a crime. Enhanced when a PPO is in effect.
      Reading someone's public social media pages & websites? Is not stalking.

      Yay Montana! They can't haul this trash off fast enough!

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  29. Figured out who Windsor reminds me of. Francis E. Dec. Esq.

    http://youtu.be/KNgyyd0Z2KA and a better description at

    http://www.bentoandstarchky.com/dec/

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    1. WOWSERS! That's a real nutso there! And the website is pure brilliance. Just wow.

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    2. Careful not to fall down the rabbit hole. Easy to spend hours reading about Mr. Dec. This is an entry from his timeline:

      "October 5, 1959 -- Makes application to the County Court to amend the Trial Record, which he claims has been fradulently altered. Said application is 320 typewritten pages in length and contains 794 proposed amendments. It is later dismissed."

      Sound like anyone we know?

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    3. From Dec's masterpiece letter to the US Supreme Court to protest the verdict in a trial:
      ----
      As additional evidence; during the last week of my within-mentioned month-long WORSE-than-a-farce Nazi court criminal trial in Nassau County Court 1958, where dwarfted felon gangster Parroting Puppet rectum lapper sodomist Judge William Sullivan’s ball-of-fat felon slut wife, she - AS PLANNED - sat in the front row, repeatedly stripping her over clothes and completely pulling up her dress and slip and pulling aside her old-fashioned pink BLOOMERS in order to display her ANUS, her C##T! She repeatedly gesticulated and whispered: "I’ll give it to you to suck! FINISH HIM!!" Her husband, dwarfted felon Gangster Parroting Puppet rectum-lapper sodomist Judge William Sullivan, flush-faced - in repeated open sodomistic displays - stuck out his tongue, WIGGLING it, CHUCKLING to her!
      ----

      Okay. Windsor isn't there yet. But that's where he seems headed.

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  30. I just had to come here and say what a difference a day or even 20 days make. All I can really say is that restful sleep and peaceful dreams since the madman who has stalked numerous of people, online and in person. I would like to say to Jennie Morton that she should be ashamed of herself. How do you claim to be a victim of stalking and then go help a psychopath a.k.a. William Windsor. One can only deduce she is from the same ilk of Marlene Debek and Janice Levinson, total #Scum. Purporting to be empathetic at the very least to victims of violent crimes etc. and then handing out personal information to a stalker on a silver platter. Pffffft. Pathetic…the lot of you. #Shameless #PrayForYourselfBitch
    Every morning after I fire up the computer and have coffee in had I simply start typing INMATE and voila there comes up the site I bookmarked to check on windbag and how many days he has been in the clink. I am not ashamed to say it warms the cockles of my heart to know that he is finally getting his comeuppance and hopefully then some. It’s too bad they don’t update his mugshot. I would LOVE to see how his coifed santa beard is holding up without a proper trimmer. (I’m just giddy with that thought) #delightful
    As I sit here now in the late evening sipping on hot cocoa, nice and toasty warm in a houseful of family that loves me just knowing that bastard Windsor is suffering is very soothing.
    I have no use for the back and forth bullshit with Snoozan et al BUT I do have massive respect to the wife of the Marine. #SemperFi *FIST BUMP* When I saw that post with the picture of your husband he posted myself and many others were livid. Words cannot express the feelings of pure hatred I have for William m. Windsor. He is one sick puppy.
    I’m sure its KILLING him not having access to his biggest stalking weapon, his computer.
    So tonight on this eve of another installment of windsors billshit I raise my cup of cocoa to all the victims of Windsor and his cronies. #Cheers
    I will close with the song that I play while checking on inmate 14-1898 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZyKN8OzzO8s
    #30DaysInTheHole
    #HumblePie
    Also, could windsore be the reincarnation of Francis E. Dec. Esq.?
    #ScaryShit

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    1. Gooo---ooood Morning JIALK! I trust we all slept well in our cozy warm beds in this early wintry early holiday season. Everybody grab your favorite sippy-sip drinks, and some pop corn and steel your funny bones for the main event. Let's get this out of the way, shall we: "What time will it begin? Is it over yet? What happened? Will you tell us?" And insert a stale years old wadded chewed up gum from the floor of some old abandoned building and call it the usual retort from Snusan. Whew! The usual pleasantries under way, sit back, enjoy your day and your beautiful lives and relax. We are in good hands.

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    2. Everyone get to that hearing on the multiple warrants. It is going to be HUGE!

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  31. Good morning, y'all!
    I'm almost ready to make the commute to Ellis County's beautiful historic courthouse from Kemp in Kaufman County, Texas!
    I'm so happy it's a gorgeous November day here in East Texas! I'm thankful for the freedom I have to travel, enjoy the sunshine, see the judicial system work & at the close of the business day? Travel home to my family, friends & hometown!
    Ain't life freaking great when you do what you're supposed to do?
    I'm very anxious to see how the past few weeks "in the tank with the guys" have had on the Plaintiff. I am almost positive he will not have the same giddy outlook as I do today. For that? I'm extremely giddy.
    I'll be taking notes & checking in with y'all. I have reserved my seat next to #SuperBarb, attorney for defendant Flemming. She is a wonderful sight to behold & a joy to be around!
    Stay safe, be happy & know that I luff y'all's guts, real hard, as Ms P always said.

    #LifeIsSoGood

    KellieMcDougald

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    1. Bump, da da bump, bump. Bump bump. ^^^

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    2. Looking forward to hearing from you after today's hearing, Kellie. I hope you get satisfaction for all of us!!!

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    3. I think she's planning a live blog chat for play-by-play. Can't wait!

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