Friday, December 19, 2014

Bill Windsor is Free On Bond, Then Gets Slapped



Ok, here goes:  So today at Bill's extradition hearing, Bill made the case that he should be given a TX bond if he were to be continued to be held in TX for charges arising in MT.  Bill claimed they had the wrong Bill Windsor....I guess there is another Bill Windsor who is suing Sean Boushie in MT?  He claimed he had been exposed to herpes while in jail....and much much more.  He claimed to have been illegally arrested and detained, and that he suspects Judge Carroll is behind everything. Montana was still waiting on the governors warrant to be signed but it should be today and in to the TX governor's office in two weeks.  Next hearing was set for Jan 21rst but Judge Cindy Ertiminger did give Bill a $100,000 TX bond which he quickly bonded out on and is now free.  Ellis County DA Patrick Wilson pinned Bill down on where exactly Bill's residence is.  First, Windsor said a PO box in Dallas, then the mail forwarding address in SD, and then finally saying he stays at the Marriott hotel in Richardson.  Bottom line is he has no physical address......and for someone that just posted a $100,000 bond there is a reason for this.


It seems that Judge Murphy and certainly Judge Carroll knew what they were doing with the events that transpired on Wednesday.  At the Thursday hearing, Bill quickly dismissed Judge Knize and in came Judge Richard Davis.  Windsor tried to remove the case to a federal court in SD claiming thats where he resides (a lie that was pinned down by Wilson today in court) but was denied.  The hearing went on until into the evening yesterday with Barbara Hachenburg making her case for the anti-slapp ruling that Carroll had issued but not signed with Windsor doing his usual dog and pony show of why the ruling is incorrect.  Today, Judge Davis issued his ruling granting the anti-slapp motion for Sean Fleming and granting $77,000 in attorney fees, $3,000 in court costs and $250,000 in sanctions while dismissing Sean with prejudice from the case.  Bill always said someone would be writing a big fat check in this lawsuit and thats exactly what will happen.  Congratulations are in order to Barbara Hachenburg for her outstanding and diligent legal work.  Congrats are also in order to Sean Fleming who prevails over Bill's bully attempt to shut down his 1rst amendment rights.

This is a HUGE day for justice as Bill's unchecked aggression is starting to meet its end.  While he is probably excited about his release, its bitter-sweet in that he knows Montana will have everything in order on the 21rst of January and they will be bringing him up there to face his charges. Compounding that he now has a major judgement against him in Texas and if he continues his vexatious case, more are likely to follow.

Windsor is now trying to claim his usual corruption nonsense but thats just simply not true.  He was granted a TX bond, his insane motion to recuse judge Carroll was given full examination (much more than was deserved).  In short, Bill has has gotten more than fair treatment in Ellis County while claiming the opposite.  This is true for every judge, sheriff, guard, court coordinator and assistant, and even the DA.  He made his own bed, now he must lie in it, and while that may be in a comfy quiet bed tonight......his future vexatious activities are now in grave doubt.

44 comments:

  1. Yes, a big huge KUDUS to Barbara for her amazing legal expertise. She truly rocks! And to Fleming--bravo!! You provided the evidence to show Windsor's claims were pure Billshit.

    As for his release, freedom, and fresh air? Hoping it will be short lived--so the rest of the Truth and Justice will be served quickly!

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  2. The HC was denied, right?

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    1. yes, hes back to playing his game of semantics.....I argued my Writ of HC now I'm free

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    2. Wow, the lies he's spewing right now? Holy crap! I wonder if the lemmings who attended the chat will speak up and call him out on his lies, or continue to fuel his billshit.

      Because they KNOW he's lying. If they don't call him out? They are as crooked and sick as he is. IMO. How can you support someone who's blatantly lying like that? If he'd lie now? After they saw it? Damn, they are all pathetic.

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    3. Speechless! One lie strings right into the other and the lemmings are eating this billshit act right up.

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    4. But wait...Snoozan said Barb should only get $20K, not $80K. Was Snoozan wrong, or is this yet another prima facie example of judicial corruption?

      (Note: the above is a rhetorical question as anyone with even a couple of neurons would know the correct answer).

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    5. Yep--he is IMO incapable of telling the truth. Lets start here:

      "BILL WINDSOR IS FREE AT LAST!

      53 days of absolutely illegal incarceration in the Ellis County Texas Jail"

      Ok lets flash back to "Not Bill" shall we?

      "... He did violate the order."

      The warrant and arrest were not illegal. They were valid charges, the warrant is valid, and the Governors of MT and TX are in communication. Extradition is still on, and MT still has the power to pick him up. He. Is. Lying!

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  3. $77,000 in attorney fees, $3,000 in court costs and $250,000 in sanctions while dismissing Sean with prejudice from the case.

    Wow! Insulting and taunting Windsor online appears to be a profitable endeavor.

    Presumably the first $80K go to the insurance company that retained the estimable Ms. Hachenburg, but that last $250,000? I'm not familiar enough with anti-SLAPP law to be certain, but it seems entirely possible that it could go to Mr. Fleming himself. Which would be very, very amusing.

    I do wonder how difficult all of that cash will be to collect. For obvious reasons, though, it would appear that someone-in-particular is ready, willing, and able to do what's necessary to get at least that first $80K. And I wonder if the AUSA in the Northern District of Georgia who ran to ground Windsor's fine in the Maid case would know anything useful (and be willing/able to share that knowledge) about how to collect the fines.

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    1. yeah I think thats correct that Fleming is going to get the quarter million AND.....I'm thinking bill isn't going to like the liberal Texas laws regarding collection of a judgement. In short, Barbara is gonna get access to Bill's off sheet bankroll

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    2. Also: Windsor will very likely appeal the Anti-SLAPP order. Given his litigation record, however, it would appear that he is unlikely to prevail on appeal. And more to the point, any further court costs and attorneys' fees that Fleming (c/o his insurance company) is subjected to on the appeal would almost certainly be added to the $80K.

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    3. In essence, Windsor is being forced to hire the attorney whose job it is to beat him. And she's demonstrated that she's pretty good at it.

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    4. LMAO, guys. This is hilarious.

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    5. HUGE BRAVO TO BARB H!
      That tiny package is a force to be reckoned with!
      Congratulations!
      I have ZERO doubt that those funds will be collected! Already proven $100,000 is accessible for bond! Another $150,000 added to that & BAM!

      Now? That's a victory. Not "I'm out on bond until January 21st!" Pfffft
      $250,000 #BowChickaBowWow

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    6. Generally, a judgment debtor who wants to appeal an adverse final judgment must put up sufficient security to ensure satisfaction should the appeal fail. That means Bill's supersede as bond would be somewhere north of $330K. If he is unable to buy a bond, he can deposit cash into the registry of the court. If he is unwilling to do that, his appeal is almost certain to get denied.

      And, given that he put up a $100K bond within a very short time after the hearing, any attempt to plead indigence is doomed.

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    7. Thank you MrSpkr for enlightening us. His intimidation tactics won't work so express yourselves, y'all. Ellis County, Texas is keeping the First Amendment alive and well.

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  4. I am just stunned that Windsor was able to bond out in TX. :(

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  5. TO WILLIAM WINDSOR AND HIS GROUPIES

    18 U.S.C. 2261A Interstate Stalking (1996; 2000; 2006; 2013)

    Whoever-


    (1) travels in interstate or foreign commerce or is present within the special maritime and territorial jurisdiction of the United States, or enters or leaves Indian country, with the intent to kill, injure, harass, intimidate or place under surveillance with intent to kill, injure, harass, or intimidate another person, and in the course of, or as a result of, such travel or presence engages in conduct that -



    (A) places that person in reasonable fear of the death of, or serious bodily injury to



    (i) that person;

    (ii) an immediate family (as defined in section 115 [18 USCS § 115]) of that person; or

    (iii) a spouse or intimate partner of that person; or



    (B) causes, attempts to cause, or would be reasonably expected to cause substantial emotional distress to a person described in clause (i), (ii), or (iii) of subparagraph (A); or



    (2) with the intent to kill, injure, harass, intimidate, or place under surveillance with intent to kill, injure, harass, or intimidate another person, uses the mail, any interactive computer service, or electronic communication system of interstate commerce, or any other facility or foreign commerce to engage in a course of conduct that -



    (A) places that person a person in reasonable fear of the death of, or serious bodily injury to a person described in clause (i), (ii), or (iii) of paragraph (1)(A); or

    (B) causes, attempts to cause, or would be reasonably expected to cause substantial emotional distress to a person described in clause (i), (ii), or (iii) of paragraph (1) (A), shall be punished as provided in section 2261(b) of this title.


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    1. You're so awesome, Renee!

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    2. You are more than welcome :) Everyone here has taken such good care of me :)

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  6. "Be careful posting as you are likely to become a target." Sounds like a threat to me.

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    1. He didn't even bother to get cleaned up after release from jail before release from jail to post intimidating comments.

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    2. Sorry for the typo.

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    3. He didn't clean up, to add to the drama for the lemmings. Like "See, look at me all scruffy. I have tons of proof of corruption...just look at my face. They wouldn't give me access to the jail spa, my toes are in desperate need of a pedicure. It's sure torture I tell you, and I will be adding them all to my next frivolous law suit."

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    4. I am shocked that as a condition of his release, that he is still allowed access to a computer and the internet. Um, isn't that what led to these charges.... DUH!

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  7. Mr. Windsor didn't screw me, he did screw a friend who turned me onto this blog. This really should be made into a movie. The downside is Mr. Windsor might be involved. It would be hilarious, a blockbuster.

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    1. And it will be on at least one extreme predator, a/k/a narcissistic sociopathy, imo.

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  8. I am sorry about the victims though.

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    1. It's amazing how this continues to evolve.

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  9. Wonder what Bill's up to tonight?

    Wendy!!!!!

    All Work and no play makes Bill a dull boy. All Work and no play makes Bill a dull boy. All Work and no play makes Bill a dull boy. All Work and no play makes Bill a dull boy. All Work and no play makes Bill a dull boy. All Work and no play makes Bill a dull boy. All Work and no play makes Bill a dull boy. All Work and no play makes Bill a dull boy. All Work and no play makes Bill a dull boy. All Work and no play makes Bill a dull boy. All Work and no play makes Bill a dull boy. All Work and no play makes Bill a dull boy. All Work and no play makes Bill a dull boy. All Work and no play makes Bill a dull boy. All Work and no play makes Bill a dull boy. All Work and no play makes Bill a dull boy. All Work and no play makes Bill a dull boy. All Work and no play makes Bill a dull boy. All Work and no play makes Bill a dull boy. All Work and no play makes Bill a dull boy. All Work and no play makes Bill a dull boy. All Work and no play makes Bill a dull boy. All Work and no play makes Bill a dull boy. All Work and no play makes Bill a dull boy. All Work and no play makes Bill a dull boy. All Work and no play makes Bill a dull boy. All Work and no play makes Bill a dull boy. All Work and no play makes Bill a dull boy. All Work and no play makes Bill a dull boy. All Work and no play makes Bill a dull boy. All Work and no play makes Bill a dull boy. All Work and no play makes Bill a dull boy. All Work and no play makes Bill a dull boy. All Work and no play makes Bill a dull boy. All Work and no play makes Bill a dull boy. All Work and no play makes Bill a dull boy. All Work and no play makes Bill a dull boy. All Work and no play makes Bill a dull boy. All Work and no play makes Bill a dull boy. All Work and no play makes Bill a dull boy. All Work and no play makes Bill a dull boy. All Work and no play makes Bill a dull boy.

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  10. "Mary B. Winfield Carol Eaglin: Bill will get them all!"
    25 mins

    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10205720196950739&set=a.3465500322805.2164985.1429920220&type=1&theater

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  11. TX inmate correspondence laws--
    "General correspondence is subject to inspection and rejection if the content is found to be in violation of the correspondence rules.

    Windsor's laws on inmate correspondence
    "Bill Windsor-- All of my legal mail was opened in violation of jail rules and U.S. Postal laws. I have the proof and witnesses. LOTS of wrongdoing."

    (Code for "I don't have anything, I'm just saying I do, because none of you idiots question anything I say...")

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  12. What legal mail? He did not have a lawyer. Legal mail that is unopened is direct from a licensed law firm that is on the record for that inmate. Someone writing "legal mail" on the envelope does not make it legal mail and it is opened & inspected. If all the inmates had their friends write "legal mail" on the envelope, imagine the contraband problem? ::smh::

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  13. Bill seems like he's framing this as a win, for those of us that drop in periodically because we dislike people like Bill...

    He lost judgment's of over 300k and still has all those warrants outstanding in MT, right? Has TX just said we are walking away from this?

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    1. No. Tx is saying show up on jan 21 for your ride to mt. They let him post a tx bond. That's all that changd today

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    2. Sadly, he will probably cause a lot more chaos before the 21st. The paperwork will fly...

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    3. Was a condition of the TX bond to remain in TX or Ellis County? I'm sort of hoping that there are conditions other than turn in the passport (or that is was yanked for him).
      Oh no, he's not done suing Ellis County :/ Bad, bad county violated his civil stalking rights.

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  14. And...let the slander, false allegations, defamation, libel and threats begin...
    Windsor is out and on a rampage. His latest FB post about the sheriff, the DA, and Judge Carroll, is horrible.

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    1. Would you expect anything less from the lying POS?

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    2. No, not really. Anyone else would be grateful they were released, and take a few days to enjoy life, but not this asshole. Nope, unleashed with a vengeance. He'll probably be typing all kinds of bogus, frivolous crap all weekend, so he can unleash his paper terrorism on Monday. He's really the most evil beast I've ever seen. Oozing evil out of every pore. Can't wait for MT to charge his ass!

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  15. Bill Windsor FB page - 12/19/2014 = 9:25pm
    Bill Windsor
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    SHERIFF JOHNNY BROWN OF ELLIS COUNTY TEXAS IS THE MAN RESPONSIBLE FOR THE ILLEGAL ARREST, ILLEGAL INCARCERATION, ILLEGAL DENIAL OF BOND, AND ILLEGAL REFUSAL TO RELEASE BILL WINDSOR.

    I will be writing a lot about the wrongdoing of Sheriff Johnny Brown of Ellis County Texas. Sheriff Brown, District Attorney Patrick Wilson, and Judge Bob Carroll are all dishonest, corrupt and/or incompetent. There are others. I will be naming them all in a 42 U.S.C. 1983 lawsuit for violation of civil rights.

    When in Texas, I suggest that you do not take Interstate 45 or Interstate 35E into Dallas so you will avoid Ellis County Texas. Do not spend time in Waxahachie, Red Oak, Ennis, Midlothian, or other Ellis County cities. I believe it is too dangerous. — at Ellis County Jail.

    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10205722094358173&set=a.3465500322805.2164985.1429920220&type=1&theater

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  16. Funny that the link above ended with the word “theater”. That's all this is to Bill: theater. It's a grand stage upon which gets to pretend to be the noble leader fighting the good fight for truth, justice, and the American way.

    So, he's kinda like Captain America, if Cap had decided “screw it, the Red Skull was right” and learned the Hydra secret handshake.


    Sorry, my inner nerd came out to play for a moment.

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