Tuesday, March 3, 2015

EXCLUSIVE PHOTO FROM FUGITIVE BILL WINDSOR'S IDAHO HIDEOUT!!


Just Kidding. - OReader

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  1. Ha! I'm not sure which is my fav portion, but the mailbox strapped on side of Jeep is really eye catching!
    Excellent OReader! You thought of everything!

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    1. Robert Cookout IIIMarch 3, 2015 at 5:46 PM

      The Geek Squad disk in the trash.

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    2. LMAO!! Yeah there are too many funnies in there to choose just one. The mailbox--hilarious. The cartons of Reese's, the infamous Bologna, empty pie pans, or the plethora of pill bottles like he had in one of his hotel photos. HAHAHAH Love it all!!

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    3. LOVE IT! ` Ardith

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    4. Lol, great one O.R. ... !!!

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    5. Ha, ha are those his red jammies on the clothesline that he was wearing when he got arrested?

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    6. Such dainty feet!!

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  2. I love this place.

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  3. Couldn't you have used the IDAHO State LOGO on his car:

    The state motto of Idaho is the Latin phrase "Esto perpetua," which means "Let it be perpetual." Idaho's motto can also be seen on the state quarter, the great seal and Idaho's state flag.

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  4. you rocked this Oreader! <3

    LMAO!

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  5. You are missing the most important item.

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    1. What Anon@7:38 ... A Skype Screen with Snooze's face on it? LMAO

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    2. His laptop.

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  6. Those poor lawless lemmings keep posting their misspelled letters of support on the Ripoff Report. All what? 20 of them? And this gets Windsor out of jail, how? And if he's so innocent then why do they need to lie to support him?

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    1. They're scared shitless that they'll be his next target. They've told him everything down to their SSNs.

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  7. Ha! I'm not sure which is my fav portion, but the mailbox strapped on side of Jeep is really eye catching!
    Excellent OReader! You thought of everything!

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  8. And, she's back In 5 ..4 ..3 ..2 ..1
    "Mary Deneen Ya, this is crazy! I have rights to file Defamation and with invasion of personal identifying information w/ veiled and vile threats against U of MT employee Sean Boushie and Bill is prosecuted for a Felony for sending a legal email of Notice of Filing sworn "Affidavit of Mary Wilson" to Defendant Legal Counsel of U of MT."

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  9. Look out: it appears from the latest entries on the Idaho court-filing site that Windsor has retained a criminal defense attorney. And, though I can't be entirely certain, it looks like it's this guy:
    http://www.nbmlaw.com/attorneys/scott_mckay.html

    This ought to make matters much calmer for everyone (else) in Idaho, at least.

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    1. Bless his heart! And his entire staff's!
      Was he starving?

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    2. ^^^hahaha! Good one sfw...I'm wondering if the lawyer has been appointed by the court.

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    3. That'd be a terrible fate for any attorney to have to endure.

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    4. If he's as ethical as his bio says he is successful, then let's all breathe a sigh of relief.

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    5. nice find Attorney. Keep in mind he did do the same thing in TX and at the hearing Mrs. Juanita gleefully went up and said I no longer represent Mr. Windsor and walked out of the room.

      But then again, maybe he is using him to argue for a bond. And not only that, if he gives this attorney power of attorney maybe he can move bills money around to post a possibly significant bond if one is granted.

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    6. This gentleman has defended terror suspects. Nice try, Bill. He also defends the rule of law in a world gone mad.
      http://news.whitworth.edu/2010/09/criminal-defense-lawyer-to-present.html

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    7. looks extremely expensive...and being a high profile attorney who is frequently on TV and such.....I wonder how long he will want to be associated with Bill once he finds out what Bill is all about.

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    8. Can't find the article he co-authored from home computer: "The Patriot Act: Time to Speak Up" from The Advocate Dec.2003. But here's a juicy tidbit at 1:03: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vf5_mADPYOw

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    9. Well, that's an impressive discovery, Anon @9:17.

      Obviously it's hard to tell very much from a silly local-news piece, but from what is reflected there I have to say I like McKay. He certainly comes off as competent and reasonable, and he appears to have his legal-principles heart in the right place. Hope he's charging Windsor plenty.

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    10. I'm not sure how much damage control McKay can do, attorney. For one thing, I'd bet good money Montana and/or Texas (probably Montana) are greasing the skids for the Governor's warrant(s). I would expect any bail granted to require a sizable cash bond, and possibly an ankle monitor. It would might also require him to personally check in (in person) with law enforcement on a regular basis, and almost certainly require him to have a cell number and physical, local address for receiving notice of hearings, etc.

      What would be interesting to see is how he would act if he in fact bonded out under restrictions similar to these.

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    11. Oh, I agree, MrSpkr. I do think McKay might possibly be able to significantly limit the amount of oral and written abuse and related nonsense that his client inflicts on court personnel, prosecuting authorities, etc., though. As a result, I suspect McKay will be able to make the proceedings go much more smoothly overall. On the advocacy side, Windsor will have the best legitimate arguments in favor of his interests made by a representative who (it appears from my very shallow review) is experienced and talented. And then, one hopes, Windsor will pay him a large sum.

      Almost a best-case scenario, if you ask me.

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    12. With some of McKay's previous cases being high-profile. actual... for real Terrorists
      Windsor is probably "Small Potato's" for him ...
      Lol ..

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    13. Attorney Scott McKay, volunteered to help military lawyers represent Khalid Sheik Mohammed, the most important detainee of 300 suspects held at the U.S. military prison at Guantánamo Bay in Cuba.

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    14. And just in the Boston Marathon suspect's lawyers just admitted he did it. They want the focus on the brother and a just punishment. Don't think Bill would cooperate with that.

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    15. Question, Attorney .... If jailed Pie Dude has the money at hand to retain/pay this expensive attorney ... how can this attorney accept payment if Pie Dude owes money in Texas to Sean F and does he bond $$$ in Texas that he bounced on?
      Wouldn't his "debt's" have to be paid first .. before a high-priced attorney? Just wondering if a guy who owes hundreds of thousands should be able to spend $$$ on a very expensive attorney.

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    16. Isn't it It's kinda like a bank robber in jail paying for a high-priced defense attorney to defend him on the bank robber charges with the stolen bank money ?

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  10. I just want to know if he's going to get this ironed out in time for the movie premier.

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  11. UPDATE!!!!

    Another Pie Boy Smackdown!!!!!

    Boushie-20+ Windsor- BIG FAT ZERO!!!!

    http://supremecourtdocket.mt.gov/view/OP%2015-0086%20Final%20Disposition:%20Deny%20--%20Order?id=%7B6D4C27D6-BACD-4923-96CA-70D45685FE45%7D

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    1. hahahahahaha

      " Even if inclined to do so, which we are not, this Court does not
      have jurisdiction to afford the relief Windsor requests."

      Pro Se Baby!!!

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    2. Who needs a worthless attorney...

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    3. OMG, I love it! Especially the part where they list all of the OTHER cases Windsor has brought before the MT Supreme Court. Windsor is such an ass!

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    4. Yeah, that's a sweet read!
      The Montana Supreme Court really dumbed it way on down for Windsor.
      The Court did not have to even bother reviewing, much less responding. The Court was very courteous to make the exception given that Windsor continues to violate the filing procedures, IMO.
      Their Ruling will not deter Windsor if he has access to paper or pencil/crayola/pen, history shows he will continue to bombard them with more catalogs of his #ProSeBaby-ing

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    5. The court's opinion also signals, and not all that subtly, that they're sick of Windsor's massive filings and will send the next way-over-the-page-limit thing he files straight to the recycling bin.

      Given that, within a year or so, Windsor is not unlikely to be appealing a criminal conviction to this same court, that might be a big deal....

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    6. Sounds like a good legal strategy - abuse the court where you are asking for help.

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    7. Maybe its part of his not so brilliant plan to ask them to recuse as biased against him when that criminal sentence comes down.

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    8. That is, indeed, not a brilliant plan.

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    9. Windsor's latest appeal extension request (U.S. Ninth Circuit):

      https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_FlsKyRGs96cllMT0J5VmwwN3c/view?usp=sharing

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    10. Wait a second – Bill is claiming that his files were destroyed or misplaced as the result of a flood?? What in the heck is he talking about?

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    11. he figured "the dog ate it" would sound too cliché

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    12. I didn't realize that Windsor had a case in federal court somewhere within the Ninth Circuit (I presume Montana—though perhaps California?). Anybody know what the procedural background of this one is?

      (I can, of course, look this one up myself.)

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    13. Okay, never mind; I've found it.

      It's a federal lawsuit Windsor filed against Boushie in Montana federal district court at the very end of December 2013. The complaint initiating the action purports to state claims for defamation, intentional infliction of emotional distress, negligence, tortious interference with contract, false light, conspiracy, and copyright infringement. In January 2014, Windsor filed an amended complaint that joined the University of Montana as a co-defendant to the action.

      From the PACER listing, it appears that the district court issued some procedural Orders, and then, in June 2014, the federal magistrate judge issued a recommendation on the case, recommending dismissal of the complaint. Windsor, in his infinite wisdom, immediately attempted to appeal all of the above ("all of the orders" in the case!) to the Ninth Circuit. Surprisingly, this didn't work. (Generally one needs to wait until a final judgment to appeal a district-court decision. There are narrow exceptions for high-stakes "interlocutory" appeals, but in this case none of the district court's orders to that point were even terribly important to the case. Filling an appeal at that point was flatly loony.)

      In November, however, the district court did in fact accept the magistrate's recommendation and dismiss the litigation. (As the court's decision notes, the magistrate found that Windsor's "pleadings and allegations were 'fanciful, abusive, and harassing in nature.'") The November 2014 order also declares Windsor a vexatious litigant for Montana-federal-district purposes, and it carries what I think must be a between-the-lines reference to the old "Thrash order" from Georgia, in that it bars Windsor from filing "any action challenging the jurisdiction[,] authority, validity, or enforceability . . . of the prior federal, state, or local court decisions in any case to which Windsor is or was a party[.]"

      On December 5, Windsor (then incarcerated in the Ellis County jail, if I remember correctly) filed a handwritten notice of appeal to the Ninth Circuit.

      Anyway. Somehow I missed, or maybe just forgot, the existence of this lawsuit.

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    14. Looking through the filings in that federal case on PACER, the Order to Show Cause that the federal magistrate filed a year ago this month is pretty brutal. Some highlights (with citations omitted throughout):

      "As discussed below, Windsor has filed multiple lawsuits throughout the United States – lawsuits which the various courts have found to be frivolous and vexatious. As a result of his abusive litigation conduct certain courts have barred Windsor from filing any new lawsuits without meeting certain conditions and obtaining prior court approval.

      "Given his pattern of abusive litigation conduct, the Court concludes Windsor may not proceed any further with this action unless he first shows that this lawsuit is not another frivolous or harassing lawsuit. Further, the Court will require Windsor to show cause why his previous litigation conduct towards Boushie does not warrant the imposition of an order prohibiting him from instituting any new civil actions in this Court without obtaining prior permission to do so."

      "As a threshold matter, the Court undertakes a review of Windsor’s known litigation history over the previous five years. That history has left a lengthy paper trail marking what courts have found to constitute improper litigation conduct by Windsor, and a trail of court rulings characterizing Windsor as having engaged in countless acts of frivolous, abusive, and harassing litigation tactics. His documented history of untoward litigation activities causes the Court concern as to the legitimacy and appropriateness of this action."

      The Maid case led Windsor to engage in a "tirade of litigation activity[.]" (The magistrate then provides a lengthy summary of Windsor’s filings in the Maid “tirade,” followed by the history of litigation in Montana and South Dakota involving Boushie. The story is long and ugly—even though it doesn’t mention Missouri, Kansas, California, or Texas!)

      "In response to Boushie’s motion [to dismiss the Montana federal lawsuit], Windsor filed a brief opposing the motion. In support of his brief, and as is apparently typical of Windsor’s extraordinary, voluminous, abusive litigation conduct, Windsor filed what he himself refers to as a “massive affidavit[.]” Undisputably, the affidavit is massive and unmanageable, extending for 870 numbered paragraphs, and is 372 pages in length. The document exemplifies what the Court finds as Windsor’s capacity for abusive litigation conduct."

      "The Court finds that Windsor’s litigation conduct in the federal courts in the District of Columbia and the Norther[n] District of Georgia was frivolous and abusive for the reasons stated in the decisions of those courts summarized above. Windsor’s pattern of conduct – incessantly attempting to prosecute frivolous claims in those cases – constitutes indicia of his intent to harass other litigants, such as Boushie, through an abuse of the judicial system."

      "Windsor’s past conduct in federal court, together with his unsuccessful efforts to pursue legal actions against Boushie in several courts, at least raise a suspicion that his allegations in this case may also be frivolous, irrational, delusional, or fanciful, and may lack an arguable basis in fact or law, thereby subjecting this case to dismissal. At a minimum, Windsor’s past conduct gives the Court reason to believe that this action may be Windsor’s latest effort to merely harass another litigant, rendering him a vexatious litigant against whom judicial restrictions may need to be imposed. Again, Windsor’s 372-page affidavit further supports the Court’s concern that he intends to engage in extraordinarily excessive, burdensome, and possibly unfounded, litigation tactics, consistent with his past track record in other courts.”

      Yowch. I’ve always thought Windsor’s trademark tactic of filling huge affidavits was a horrible idea, but in this case that tactic alone appears to have seriously offended a federal magistrate judge. Not a terrific move, there, Bill.

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    15. So, Attorney, if you had to put a number on a response to Windsor's Billschit, in say... the form of a motion for contempt and for sanctions, for 1. Failing to yet again even ask of permission to file the appeal. Given that he is still bound by thrash's order. And for 2. for filiing an appeal, which would seem to have been filed in bad faith for the simple purpose of harassment, what monetary amount would you ask the court to award? Assuming that an appeal filed in bad faith is grounds for treble damages?

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    16. I dunno, Anon @3:49. It's been many months since I've read the Thrash order, but I'm not sure it requires Windsor to ask permission to file an appeal to a lawsuit that a district court has already allowed him to file.

      I think I've seen folks around here asserting that that very issue is currently coming up in a Texas state appellate court, but the idea seems odd to me. Vexatious or not, if the guy is allowed to file (and lose) a lawsuit, it seems to me he ought to be permitted to appeal that loss. (Though I suppose his opponents could cross-appeal the district court's decision to allow Windsor to file notwithstanding the vexatious restrictions....)

      I certainly haven't researched the matter, but my general understanding is that losing litigants have an all-but-absolute right to appeal. A single appeal, filed at an appropriate time in a lawsuit? I have a difficult time accepting that that is vexatious litigation, or even that it's something that courts should (can?) require previously-declared vexatious litigants to jump through hoops for.

      Now, if a litigant appeals at an inappropriate point in the process—as Windsor did in the Ninth Circuit in mid-2014—or files repeated appeals from the same district-court decision, that could be different. And the fact that an appeal is, in an of itself, inoffensive certainly doesn't mean that the underlying lawsuit is, or that any particular litigation tactic undertaken as part of the appeal is.

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    17. "I think I've seen folks around here asserting that that very issue is currently coming up in a Texas state appellate court, but the idea seems odd to me. Vexatious or not, if the guy is allowed to file (and lose) a lawsuit, it seems to me he ought to be permitted to appeal that loss"

      True, but lets add the extra weird part of this in that the trial court did note that Bill didn't properly attain leave to file the original case, though the Judge didn't feel his not paying the fee for leave was strong enough grounds to dismiss the case outright.

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    18. Hmmmm... According to Thrash's order its "initiating any proceeding" Which, may or may not include an appeal.

      "Judge Thomas W. Thrash, United States District Court Judge in the Northern District ofGeorgia which pennanently enjoined Mr. Windsor from initiating any proceeding in any court or agency without first obtaining leave of a federal district court in the district in which the action is to be filed. See Windsor
      v. Hatten, Case No. 1:II-CV-1923-TWT, slip op. At 2-3 (N.D.Ga. July 15,2011,"

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    19. Yes, as a knee-jerk response I'd say that I would not consider appealing a district-court decision to be "initiating a[ ] proceeding."

      However, before I actually took that position in court, I'd spend an hour or two researching the question. Possibly "initiating a proceeding" has a technical meaning in the context of restrictions on vexatious litigants that I, a person who hasn't researched this question, am not aware of.

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  12. Ouch. That ruling significantly hampers whomever defends him in the Montana criminal trial. I think it is fairly undisputed that Windsor repeatedly violated the order. I suspect he will _try_ to say it wasn't him, it was others, but I doubt that will work for a myriad of reasons.

    Wow.this is the equivent of trying to extinguish a fire at a fireworks manufacturing facility with gasoline and gunpowder.

    Very poor decision making by Bill, but not surprising.

    “Pro se, baby” indeed.

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    1. "I think it is fairly undisputed that Windsor repeatedly violated the order. I suspect he will _try_ to say it wasn't him, it was others, but I doubt that will work for a myriad of reasons."

      One of those reasons should be that each time he's been incarcerated, his websites and FB go "lights out". He can write his posts in 2nd, 3rd, 4th-person, but he is, without a doubt, the creepy dude behind curtain who pulled the levers.

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    2. Yup.
      He allowed #NotBill access to his Facebook account the first few days of his incarceration, but whoever #NotBill was didn't post in correct BillSchit form!
      Bill just can't trust anyone! They'll dink up everything & accidentally post/comment some truth & then what? How would he ever clean that up?
      Gesh.

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  13. Check out these nifty outfits!!

    Oh look... see the bald white haired guy??

    Could it??

    Should it??

    Wouldn't want to be it??

    https://fbcdn-sphotos-d-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-xfp1/v/t1.0-9/10494811_850869838268621_8687285142158258835_n.jpg?oh=5830995c2b53395bd1addd220569032d&oe=5579EAFD&__gda__=1434662516_bd650546b70f81f1b2db9b70358744a7

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    1. that can't be bill....he's 6 ft tall, he said so himself

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    2. Billschit!!

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    3. Yesterday, Windsor managed to file a stay motion with the 10th on one of his appeals (mostly likely with all).

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    4. ^^^^^^ way to little, way to late!

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    5. I agree it's too little and too late, but you have to hand it to ol' Butthurt--he managed to vexi scrawl a motion in jail with limited resources. Why, I bet it cost him a bunch of peanut butter cups just to get a few stamps.

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    6. Or he had his new attorney do it for him, Anon@654 .. funny he retained the Hot-Shot Terrorist attorney the same day he got smacked back by the Montana Supreme Court.

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    7. Anon 6:58,

      I would have agreed with you but on the 10th's docket the latest listing on March 3, 2015 has been annotated "Pro Se." I guess Billy's new attorney is Johnny ProSe. ;-)

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    8. Oh I agree Anon@7:42 ... I was just messin' around. '
      Although, I do think that this time Pie Dude was more prepared for jail & probably had been squirreling Reese Cups & packs of Cheese Crackers since the day his $$$ hit his commissary account to trade off for pen's & paper ..Lol !!!

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  14. "Res judicata bars a claimant from relitigating issues and claims decided in a
    former action or issues and claims that the litigant had an opportunity to litigate
    in the former action."
    Textana, Inc.
    v.
    Brown, 2009


    That one statement pretty much sums up the legal battle plan that Bill uses! LOL, and pretty much shuts down everything he does in a courtroom


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  15. ... according to Mr.Cruz .. Pie Dude is already in prison .. smdh@ the lemming idiocy

    "Cruz Gomez - Misty York, Bill Windsor is in prison and placed there by corrupt individuals and officials- judges, DA's, PO's- that want to silence Bill's exposure of the massive corruption. You can write to him if you wish.
    To write to Him. William Windsor inmate #1061367 c/o Ada County Jail. 7210 Bannister Dr. Boise, Idaho 83704. Bill can also be contacted via a service provided by a prison contractor: This is the site to get connected with Bill!"

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    1. Cruz is so smart.
      He's #ProSeBaby too, correct?

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    2. If you are trapped indoors & simply cannot hibernate anymore?
      Read Vic!
      https://m.facebook.com/vic.fedorov?tsid=0.6945012337528169&source=typeahead

      Begin reading one of status update threads with 25+ comments. They're ALL Vic commenting to himself. Except for that one guy, that tells Vic he "needs a hobby"! Prolly read that one first, cause if you're almost dozing? The snort illicited will make you have to begin another month!
      Viola!
      You're welcome!

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    3. HAHAHAH SFW ^

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    4. Don't laugh! It works! At first? I was like "wtf?"
      Then, it was like a wheelbarrow having a blowout while parked and I just fell over!

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  16. Service provider.... waaaaaaaaaaaaaah, what kind of servicing as to BILL..
    Some plug-ins...

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  17. Hmmmm - it appears the Windsor groupies (or Windsor) have set his FB page to private. To see his timeline, you now have to send a friend request. But they're forgetting Facebook saves EVERYTHING you do on there - page visits, comments, private messages, friend requests, everything. A law-enforcement agency with a proper warrant will be able to get ALL of it.

    Nice try.

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    1. Oh My, sounds like his Facebook has been Hacked, because we all know he has no access to his account/page & if someone else is using/posting, changing settings on his account other than him, Facebook considers that a "Compromised" or "Hacked" account.
      Someone hurry, hurry and report this to Facebook, lol ...
      Seriously though, even when someone dies, Facebook will not allow family members to "take over" post, change settings on the deceased family member's Facebook page/account.
      Silly Groupies, they'll end up getting his page permanently deleted if they keep "compromising" it before Facebook deactivates it for lack of activity. HAHAHAH !!!

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    2. Some are still posting (just way down his page on older posts like this one ...

      Bill Windsor
      February 15 at 10:46pm · Edited ·
      WILLIAM M. WINDSOR EXECUTED A NEW WILL TODAY.

      "Sharon Anderson - How can Lawless America Idaho have Jurisdiction tomorrow http://1.bp.blogspot.com/.../10413310_621829944585029... will do what we can" 5 hrs

      "Rose Johnson - Thank you for the update, Sharon. Keep him in prayer. He is only in jail because there are soooo many bad guys that don't want their corruption exposed. If you hear what happens at the hearing, please let me know. Again, thank you!
      3 hrs"

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  18. Lynn Maris - I would say something but the joeys will just attack me in their vain attempts to get info.. will pm those who need to know. Hugs and prayers all around. xoxo
    2 hrs ·

    ( OMG, REALLY, LYNN? ...
    The only place you or the other three, maybe four diehard dopey.delusional dunces get ANY info is from here, who the F-K are you trying to kid?
    Lol, you are one truly demented, delusional, DUMB ASS!
    ....Still Lol'ing@you having "inside-secret info" about the fat jailed dude ..BAHAHAHAHA !!!)

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  19. Yup. She's going to tell them the secret... that Windsor now has Scott McKay as his defense lawyer. Which came from right here.

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    1. Yup, Lynn is a brainiac. Just as in true Windsor form, Lynn makes certain to block anyone before spewing BillSchit.
      Derrrr, Lynn? I can still your goofy ass! Head up, ass down, dipshit.
      Occasionally, I imagine Windsor getting out & turning on his loyals, one by one....then Lynn could get an up close dose of what Windsor REALLY does.

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    2. The Idaho media has been alerted ... I hope Dale did show up in his LA Tshirt ...LOLOLOL !!!

      Rose Johnson - If you can be in Boise at 9:30, please do so, and call KIVI and KTVB and the Idaho Statesman and any other news outlet. If you are in Boise, like you, Dale Dutt, please wear your Lawless America T-Shirt in support of Bill Windsor! Keep him in prayer folks -- he is fight for each of us!
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    3. Dear Rosie is along time Judge hater, longer than Billy boy even. http://www.proliberty.com/observer/20010711.htm

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  20. Oh Oh .. looks like he's going to be on a bus to Montana soon ...

    WINDSOR WILLIAM
    LE Number: 1061367
    Cell: 713
    Arresting Agency: Ada County Sheriff
    F Fugitive To Idaho
    F Fugitive To Idaho
    F Transit {F} Transit Hold

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    1. Its been that way since the last hearing.

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    2. I have never seen the " F Transit {F} Transit Hold" ...
      until today, Anon@1159 .... My Bad.

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  21. YEAH, Bill has found a new home, the JAILS of MONTANA..(SOON To cross THE AREA, into the HOME OF the U of MONTANA(see his VIDEO on WWW), that documented the service of the ORDER OF P......
    Bill is really learning how the Justice system works, out where the rubber meets the road. Who is his Lawyer, or is he going the FOOL for a client route ?

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  22. The update on the Idaho court filing database suggests (1) the hearing has been postponed once again, to March 25, and (2) the State's motion to increase Windsor's bond has been granted—and bond has now been set at one million dollars. Wow!

    I see the "F Transit {F} Transit Hold" on the sheriff's website, but unless the court-filing database entry is very misleading, I don't think he's going anywhere until late March at the earliest. (Unless he comes up with a million bucks, in which case I suspect/hope that law enforcement will still keep very close track of him.)

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    1. [img]http://imageserver.moviepilot.com/-34058799-3dd6-4eb3-88a0-97c2fae1583a.jpeg[/img]

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    2. Yeah, that's kind of where I was going with that.

      ...Although it's actually a district-court judge in Idaho who is literally saying it.

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    3. here is the question now....is his bond 1M or 2? Kinda looks like one for each count

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    4. Happy Cinco de Marcho, Señor Bill!

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    5. Ginger:

      Hm. My guess is one million total—but you're right; it's unclear.

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    6. If Windsor was willing to charge $100K on a black Amex, he should be able to swing a million using a bail bondsman, right? Ironically, Billy boasts he started his entrepreneurial empire providing bail for his school mates.

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    7. I wondered the same thing, GS ... since it appears to be two separate cases
      CR-FE-2015-0002389 & CR-FE-2015-0002390

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    8. Two million total. If he uses a bondsman and runs, they'll hunt him down for that amount.

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    9. I heard Lynn & Julia have started a GoFundMe account for him .. Goal = 2 million .. HAHAHAHA

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    10. Go Fund Me..Ha! a different F-word would be more apropos!

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    11. I hear Bill put in a call to the Ellis 7..."now its your turn guys"

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    12. Marty Prehn will just organize a walk. Twice.

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    13. Spam ... And the walk will be called "Into the Darkness" instead of "Out of the Darkness" with Fatty Prehn leading it.
      I heard he has already contacted Maverik Country Store in Meridian, ID ( there are no 7/11's in Idaho) trying to get them to donate Slim Jim's for the hungry walkers ...

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  23. Coming up with 10 % of the posted bond,(amount) isn't that a piece of cake, for Bill to come up with that amount, didn't you all say, he was a BIG PLAYER...?...
    Seems kinda stupid for Bill to run all his jack around activity, he just could have dealt with matters up front in Texas, and addressed matters in a professional way.
    Has he learned nothing in the last 15 years ?
    Being an ass has a price associated with it.
    For Bill, that price just seems to keep increasing., which is a cost to who: BILL.
    Was he really a BIZ-MAN ?
    That seems like a lot of WWW buzz, it is hard to believe Bill was a real BIZ MAN

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  24. Just trying to catch up here ...
    1) Are the 2 Felony charges in Idaho fugitive charges from Texas & Montana?
    2) If he posts bail in Idaho, is he allowed to leave Idaho?
    3) Is Ada Co waiting for paperwork from Montana/Texas to transport him to that respective state?
    4) If said paperwork to extradite/transfer to either Montana or Texas comes through, will he immediately be transferred out of Idaho to demanding state, despite having a court hearing in Ada Co Idaho later this month?

    Thanks for anyone that may know the answers to any of the above.

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    1. I can't really answer your question as I don't know for sure that this info is true.....but from what I am hearing yes, he has both a charge for his MT warrant and his TX warrant. I hear that yes his bond is $2m total but even if he does post it they wont let him out as TX and MT both have a hold request on him.

      On the extradition that he had when he was incarcerated in TX.....they had to have a hearing in front of a judge before he could be shipped off to MT even if MT had the governors warrant and everything else in order. So, at least in TX, he had to have a hearing before he was on his way to the other state IF he was fighting the extradition

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    2. To post Bail, excluding the TX and MT Bonds, he'd need to pay a minimum of $200,000 perhaps higher, due to being a flight risk. The bail bondsman (none will probably accept him) would practically live with him to assure he didn't run. He's not going anywhere.......

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    3. Thanks, GingerSnap ... wow,so between Idaho's bonds & Texas & Montana's bonds, paying Flem and his new High-End expensive attorney .he's into Millions of dollars, correct? WOW !!!

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    4. 2 mil? Pocket change vs. the 100,000,000 windfall off of his suit against judges, joeys, LE and pretty much everyone else, his legal skills are being finely tuned in the tank. You've played into his trap.

      Is he still wanting that bounty for Joeys? 5-10K?

      Oops, sorry, I forgot he doesn't have a phone in jail...

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    5. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i6TQ7ljcsjk

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  25. Who is Bills new legal Eagle, is he really going to rep for BILL ???

    IS he some guy who was a grad of the of Mont law school who was in
    the bottom 7/8 of his class ? Oh, Yeah, Bill and M U.

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  26. Karen Jutkiewicz..... is she the one that gave her rent Money to Bill in DC? because it looks like she has been throw out of her Apartment with her elderly Mother...... I really hope that, After they get Bill's Computer and records they charge him for all the Computer Crimes ...... A lot of his follower need a guardian ad litem for their money, Did Bill make her homeless?....

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  27. "Bill Windsor. They still haven't caught him after 46 days. And they probably never will. Eat your heart out corrupt Ellis County Texas District Attorney Patrick Wilson and corrupt Missoula County Attorney Kirsten Pabst."

    Classic straight from LawlessAmerica! LMAO Just had to post this!! And for you Windsor followers reading this, here's the direct link: http://lawlessamerica.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=1530:bill-windsor-is-battling-corruption-and-computer-problems-end-of-day-46-on-lawless-america-road-trip-3&catid=1:latest-news

    No chance of EVER erasing that!! :D :D :D

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