Tuesday, August 25, 2015
Friday, August 21, 2015
Have Bill Windsor and Lawless America finally inspired a television series?
There's a new show featuring one of the key players in Bill's plethora of vexatious lawsuits. Weasel Curly has his own new reality show on the CW.
Here's what the CW has to say about this new series:
In the outrageous, darkly comic, one-hour docuseries , couples who need some extra help in making their dreams a reality are presented with a series of Faustian bargains, as they must decide to complete various scandalous and controversial tasks involving their unsuspecting friends, families, and co-workers for cash prizes. With each challenge testing the couple’s moral and ethical boundaries, the couples must weigh the potential havoc wreaked on their relationship with each other and with everyone involved. As each task is completed, the stakes and the cash value are raised, forcing the couple to decide how far they’re willing to go for money.
Was Bill Windsor featured on the un-aired pilot for the series? Was Allie the first recipient of this lawyer's wicked offers? If she were, how could she say no? Attorney Matthew J O'Connor is definitely easy on the eyes. 6 foot 2 inches of good looks, charm, style, and just the right amount of ruggedness that a woman can't help but go weak at the knees over. And that voice? Smooth and mellow with just a hint of manly gravel. (not at all like the wobbly tremored voice of a certain nervous old man) Oh, you know what else doesn't shake? That's right, his hands. I can finally see why Bill was so intimidated by the man he chose to call Weasel Curly. Bill must have felt like a worthless shaking blob of fatty gelatinous goo next to Matt. Bill should always feel this way, but being in the presence of Matt O'Connor obviously drove this reality home. And, to add insult to injury, now Matt has the T.V. show and audience that Bill has always wanted.
Bill couldn't get a show on television even if he paid for it.
Maybe if he'd just signed on the dotted line . . . .
Blood money. Was it worth it? Yes.
Wednesday, August 19, 2015
Its all fun and games until Bill Windsor actually has to show up to prepare for his pro se criminal case. What was supposed to be a eye opening "deposition" with his sworn advisory Sean Boushie, turned into Bill's own Crying Game as he learned that the crux of his whole defense is actually a federal violation of law. Bill planned to go into that court room next month and mockingly say how could he commit a crime in MT when he was busy committing the crime in TX? DA Jennifer Clark pointed out how Bill just admitted to committing a federal crime as this would be crossing state lines. She also informed Bill that she had turned that information over to the proper authorities. Windsor went into full freak out mode at that point....which means he goes to his little keyboard to hunt and peck out another fictitious rendition of what happened. Mrs. Clark was none too happy with Windsor's wild misrepresentation of what she said.
" Jennifer Clark
Tuesday, August 18, 2015 2:57 PM
"I have been advised of information you posted on your website that I told you to expect Federal Charges. This is a misrepresentation and I would like you to correct the false information that you are sharing.
At this point I kinda have to wonder if anyone gave Jennifer the basic scouting report on just what it is she is up against? If he went on his website and actually properly represented what happened he wouldn't be Bill Windsor. It is impossible for him to tell the truth. Then we get this:
UPDATE: 7:46 PM ON AUGUST 18, 2015
I just received this from Jennifer Clark:
"You did misrepresent what I said because I never said it was in the hands of the U.S. Attorney's office. You have made several misrepresentations and if it continues during trial, I will ask for sanctions. Your recklessness with the facts is concerning."
Here is my response to Jennifer Clark:
"What misrepresentations? You say I have made several. Let's hear them.
"I believe you said it was in the hands of the U.S. Attorney. That was my understanding. "It's up to the U.S. Attorney," or words to that effect. If you want to type up what you believe you said, I will be delighted to publish it.
"I have no desire to misrepresent facts. You do it too well.
"I need my freedom of information documents. May I send a courier to pick them up tomorrow?
"I will update this article with your latest email"
Mrs. Clark has had to deal with murderers, rapists and various hardcore convicts on a daily basis......but I'm not sure she has ever encountered someone as detached from reality and truly deranged as Bill is.
Bill goes on to play his little 3rd grade tactic of "nuh uh you can't sanction me I'm going to sanction you". Junk yard bullying at its most primitive level. But all of these threats, insults and grandstanding serve to try and deflect from the very obvious fact that Bill Windsor has well below average intelligence. He is out of his element. All of these different laws and statutes are hard for his simple mind to understand. You combine that with an ego that would even make Hitler blush, and what you get is an out of control oversized manlike creature with the mind of a child. The more he can't understand the more he screams conspiracy and corruption. That's the only way a narcissist with a simple mind can cope with a complex world that completely surrounds him.
Friday, August 14, 2015
Its been an excruciatingly long, hot, but most of all boring summer for Bill. Even he admitted he has been boring by his own standards. Instead of trying to focus and work on his looming criminal trial in Montana, Bill has been subjecting his 4 remaining followers to watching his home made vacation movies in the form of his 780 Lawless America Movie pics (which are all Windsor selfies btw). He's also become addicted to the drug like high one gets from reposting news articles on your facebook page that you read from the news feed on your browser's home page.
That is not to say that Windsor hasn't continued his vexatious ways. We have a new lawsuit in his fictitious home of South Dakota against only fictitious internet names. Real people tend to defeat him in court.....especially when they have attorneys on hand. So let's just keep that pesky reality as far away as we can from Bill's court room.
The Texas 10th Court of Appeals gave Bill his theme letter for the summer. D...as in denied. They also noted Bill's blatant attempt to hornswoggle them with his premature filings and then trying to go back and amend them as if done correctly. With Ellis County DA still holding the cards to file charges on Bill for his bond jumping escapade once the Montana trial is over.....I would say Texas isn't on his list of happy places.
Which brings us to Montana. The Missoula DA gave Bill and offer he couldn't refuse. It would take a completely insane person (like someone who had lost his mind) to refuse an offer that would keep the words Convicted Felon from always preceding his name. Ironically, DA Jennifer Clark's can't refuse offer included a mental evaluation for Bill. Instead of taking the more than generous offer, Bill decided to burn down his house. He has never done anything wrong in his entire life, just ask him, so why plead guilty to anything? Ever? Now, his trial is almost a month away, he still hasn't found a decent defense for himself but why fret, his charm and wit will overwhelm that court room and dazzle the jury as they will surely find him not guilty. And even if he fails and is forced to serve a prison sentence against his will and pro se, he's got a really good feeling about his appeal. His warning to the world is that even if they lock him back up....his domestic terrorist activities will not cease as he has a legion of unseen minions ready to continue his cause of dishonesty, corruption, stalking, and lawlessness.