Inmate 14-1898's 30 days of terror culminated in a civil ruling that is the worst case scenario for Windsor. Judge Bob Carroll meticulously reviewed all the scribble writings of Bill's and then ruled in favor of granting Sean Fleming's Anti-Slapp motion to dismiss. This is a crushing defeat as inmate 14-1898 must now open his pocket book. Congratulations are in order to Barbara Hachenburg and her outstanding and disciplined legal work. This is another big win for Sean Fleming over Bill, who you of course will know from the Sean Fleming Show. Windsor started this frivolous lawsuit with the idea in mind that he would get a "big fat check" from every defendant. As you can see in the order, he is now REQUIRED to cover court costs, attorney fees and other expenses. He can only hassle over the actual amount, not that he must pay a large penalty.
Windsor will no doubt appeal this as he always does, but even for that, he must put some big money on the table in order to make that application. On top of that, his entire TX case is now looking like a giant fiscal hole as the longer he stays in it, the more money he is going to owe to the defendants.