Source: Lawless America
Bill Windsor is on the road again – Day 43 on Lawless America Road Trip #3
- Monday, 09 February 2015 09:20 Admin
If you know where this is, you know where he stopped…
…Still haven’t caught him after 43 days.
The only news to report ths morning is that Bill Windsor is busy getting far, far away from Montana. May he never see it again. Bill is now happily invisible!
Missoula County Attorney Kirsten Pabst now has her website set up. If she has an honest bone in her body, she will dismiss all the charges against Bill Windsor and claim that she was confused about the law.
Corrupt Ellis County Texas District Attorney Patrick Wilson seems to be threatening that Bill Windsor will be shot. See the recent comment by Julia Fletcher with a photo of a man shooting a rifle on the Ellis County District Attorney’s Facebook Page. Julia wrote:
“Bill, Please be careful. Mr. Wilson posted this photo on his FB page about an hour ago. No explanation, just the photo. It’s either about a local Texas issue many citizens in his community know about and he’s just making a political statement, or he’s seen your recent posts, he knows that you know what he did in your case and he’s trying to scare you and/or notify his associates of something. Who knows how anyone thinks.
“What we do know for sure is that he posted the wanted poster (his office?) made and posted that on his page among very few posts he’s posted since then. That’s strange. The post from today of the guy with a rifle reminds me of the same kind of photos sent to you and others during the height of the cyber-stalking. About a year or two ago, Mr. Boushie sent me a photo of a butcher knife with vulgar comments – as though he was trying to scare me and stop me from exposing public corruption.
“If we just remember that we’re dealing with adults who are acting like adolescents, it will help keep things in perspective. We need to get the attention of good people in authority in Texas – and federal authorities – and ask them to investigate the corruption in Texas and Montana so the public corruption is apropriately addressed and so those who are exposing the corruption are protected. It looks like there’s a lot of public corruption in Texas.”
- Sunday, 08 February 2015 19:20 Admin
Corrupt Ellis County Texas District Attorney Patrick Wilson wrongfully imprisoned Bill Windsor, and he did it intentionally. He’s a criminal. He should get life in prison without the possibility of parole.
Bill Windsor has filed a Supplement to his Appellant’s Brief regarding his illegal detention as a political prisoner in Ellis County Texas.
Bill hopes that Corrupt Ellis County Texas District Attorney Patrick Wilson will go to prison for his actions…
The following information is taken from the Supplement to the Appellant’s Brief filed by William M. Windsor with the Texas Tenth Court of Appeals:
- William M. Windsor has just learned of a statute in Texas and Montana that further establishes that he was illegally detained and incarcerated in Ellis County Texas. This information was only revealed to him this week by the Missoula County Montana County Attorney’s Office. Therefore, William M. Windsor supplements his Appellant’s Brief to add this important information.
- ISSUE #1: Was William M. Windsor illegally detained and incarcerated in the Ellis County Texas Jail?
- William M. Windsor was detained on the claim that he violated a protective order in Montana.
- While William M. Windsor was told that he was being detained in Ellis County Texas on “violation of a protective order,” he asked for, but never received, a copy of any such alleged order.
- Ellis County Texas District Attorney Patrick Wilson knowingly and purposely concealed that key evidence, and he did so in order to wrongfully imprison William M. Windsor for 53 days. He did it because William M. Windsor was exposing him and his Ellis County associates and because he had a lawsuit pending against a number of these people that should have resulted in a $100 million+ jury verdict. If he put William M. Windsor in jail, Windsor would lose his case because he would be unable to appear for hearings and do the necessary work.
- Ellis County Texas District Attorney Patrick Wilson concealed the evidencebecause William M. Windsor would have then been able to show the Ellis County Texas courts that the claimed order of protection was actually an expiredTEMPORARY order of protection. William M. Windsor only had it disclosed to him this week that the alleged order was a temporary order as the corrupt Missoula County Montana County Attorney’s Office concealed this from the judge and William M. Windsor.
- Both Montana and Texas enacted the Interstate Enforcement of Domestic Violence Protection Orders Act. And when William M. Windsor finally read this Act, he immediately realized that a Temporary Order of Protection (“TOP”) is not valid in Texas. The law in Montana and Texas is that if a TOP from another state is issued ex parte, it is not valid. William M. Windsor was not given notice or an opportunity to appear on the TOP in Montana, and it has been 535 days since the TOP was issued!
- The Missoula County Attorney’s Office knew this, and Ellis County Texas District Attorney Patrick Wilson knew this. This explains the real reason why the Information filed to obtain the Bench Warrant in Missoula County Montana neither identified the alleged protective order nor attached a copy. This explains why there was no affidavit accompanying the Bench Warrant used in Ellis County Texas. An attorney would have been able to see that it was a TOP and would have known that it was not valid in Texas because of the Interstate Enforcement of Domestic Violence Protection Orders Act.
- This explains the real reason why William M. Windsor was denied bond when the law clearly shows that he should have been released immediately on bond. The conspirators had to do whatever it took to get him to Montana because Texas did not have the legal right to hold him.
- This explains why Ellis County Texas District Attorney Patrick Wilson had his assistant district attorneys, Jake Heffernan and Amy L. Lockhart, conceal the information that they had received from Montana. That information provided the proof that would show that Texas incarcerated William M. Windsor illegally.
- The violation must be committed in Montana or must be recognized as a crime in another state pursuant to the Uniform Interstate Enforcement of Domestic-Violence Protection Orders Act.
- Montana law (MCA 40-15-301 (6)) says that temporary orders of protection are only valid in Montana: “An order of protection issued under this section iseffective throughout the state. Courts and law enforcement officials shall give full faith and credit to all orders of protection issued within the state.” [emphasis added.]
- The uncontroverted evidence is that William M. Windsor was in Texas when these alleged crimes occurred. There were no allegations that any crime was committed in Montana. This explains why Ellis County Texas District Attorney Patrick Wilson lied to Judge Cindy Ermatinger and claimed William M. Windsor committed a crime in Montana and fled the state to become a fugitive in Texas. If that were the case, Ellis County Texas would have had a legal right to hold him. He made it up to support his co-conspirators.
- Both Montana and Texas are two of the 17 states that subscribe to the Uniform Interstate Enforcement of Domestic-Violence Protection Orders Act. (Seehttp://uniformlaws.org.) The Act has two purposes: (1) to define the meaning of full faith and credit as it relates to the interstate enforcement of domestic violence protection orders, and (2) to establish uniform procedures for effective interstate enforcement. Texas enacted the Uniform Interstate Enforcement of Domestic-Violence Protection Orders Act in 2001. It is found in Texas FAMILY CODE — TITLE 4. PROTECTIVE ORDERS AND FAMILY VIOLENCE — SUBTITLE B. PROTECTIVE ORDERS — CHAPTER 88. UNIFORM INTERSTATE ENFORCEMENT OF PROTECTIVE ORDERS ACT. It is found in Montana Code Annotated > TITLE 40. FAMILY LAW > CHAPTER 15. PARTNER AND FAMILY MEMBER ASSAULT, SEXUAL ASSAULT, AND STALKING — SAFETY AND PROTECTION OF VICTIMS > Part 4. Uniform Interstate Enforcement of Domestic Violence Protection Orders.
- Section 3 of the Uniform Interstate Enforcement of Domestic-Violence Protection Orders Act (Section 40-15-403 of the Montana Annotated Code) requires:
“(d) A foreign protection order is valid if it:
(1) identifies the protected individual and the respondent;
(2) is currently in effect;
(3) was issued by a tribunal that had jurisdiction over the parties and subjectmatter under the law of the issuing State; and
(4) was issued after the respondent was given reasonable notice and had anopportunity to be heard before the tribunal issued the order or, in the case of an order exvparte, the respondent was given notice and has had or will have an opportunity to be heard within a reasonable time after the order was issued, in a manner consistent with the rights of the respondent to due process.”
16. The TOP expired, so it was not currently in effect.
17. The Missoula County Montana court did not have jurisdiction.
18. But what is the essential factor to Texas is that the TOP was rendered ex parte without notice to William M. Windsor and without an opportunity to be heard. Therefore, the ex parte TOP by statute has no validity in Texas or any of the 16 other states that have enacted the Uniform Interstate Enforcement of Domestic-Violence Protection Orders Act.
19. The very corrupt Ellis County Texas District Attorney Patrick Wilson was obligated to know this law. He knew it. He violated it to wrongfully imprison William M. Windsor.
Bill Windsor is proposing a change to the laws in Texas and Montana. Any prosecuting attorney who intentionally violates the rights of someone and wrongfully imprisons them should be subject to a sentence of a minimum of 10 years in prison and a maximum of life in prison without the possibility of parole. Ellis County Texas District Attorney Patrick Wilson deserves life, and the authorities should consider trying him for treason. And we all know what the penalty might be for that! It’s up to the judge and jury.
Bill Windsor wonders if Jake Heffernan and Amy L. Lockhart want to go to prison with Ellis County Texas District Attorney Patrick Wilson. Ellis County Texas District Attorney Patrick Wilson has committed one or more felonies, and if they don’t report him to the authorities, they will be guilty of the crime of misprision of felonies as well as acting as accomplices in the wrongful imprisonment of William M. Windsor. Something to think about, huh Jake and Amy?
Bill Windsor is ready to see corrupt judges rounded up and taken to prison – Day 42 on Lawless America Road Trip #3
- Sunday, 08 February 2015 09:20 Admin
Bill Windsor is ready to see corrupt judges rounded up and taken to prison at 11:15 am Eastern Time on February 8, 2015 — Day 42 on “Lawless America Road Trip #3.”
This is the extremely corrupt judge who Bill Windsor met in Ravalli County Montana on August 8, 2013.
Justice of the Peace Jim Bailey assaulted William M. Windsor…twice…
…He threw Bill Windsor‘s petition for protective order at him, and then he later wadded up Bill Windsor’s appeal and hit him in the face with it.
Still haven’t caught him after 42 days.
Now we know judges are generally a$$e$, but this was truly unique. Justice of the Peace Jim Bailey apparently knew that Bill Windsor was coming, and he was primed and ready to protect his buddy, Sean Boushie, the man who had just shot at and attempted to murder Bill Windsor. He even called the sheriff and tried to have Bill arrested for trespassing in the public courthouse lobby. We need Special Regulatory Grand Juries created by legislative action in each state. We can take criminal charges against corrupt judges, law enforcement, prosecutors, and other government officials to these grand juries. Get them tried, convicted, and sent to prison for a long, long time.
The only news to report ths morning is that Bill Windsor has filed his Reply to the Response of the State of Montana to his Motion to Quash Bench Warrant in Tweet-Gate Case. Bill is busy getting far, far away from Montana. May he never see it again. Bill is now happily invisible! Thanks again, Bridget.
Here are a few highlights from Bill Windsor’s court filing:
Missoula County Attorney Kirsten Pabst is quoted in the Missoulian as saying that the Missoula County Attorney’s Office must be very careful in filing criminal charges against alleged rapists without overwhelming evidence because once charges are filed, it is impossible to unring that bell. Well, the bell can’t be unrung in this matter, but this Court can at least stop the ringing. This matter is, in some ways, even more serious than rape. According to the U.S. Department of Justice, the average time served by convicted rapists in state prisons is 5 years. The penalty for William M. Windsor’s exercise of his Constitutionally-protected rights is expected to be a death sentence.
Sean Boushie committed massive perjury when he appeared ex parte before Judge Sam Brown in Missoula Montana and claimed Bill Windsor had a gun, was stalking him and his wife, and was pointing his gun at them and threatening to shoot them. This never happened. And William M. Windsor was never given notice or an opportunity to be heard. There was never a hearing. Judge Brown was likely snookered, but every judge since has simply been corrupt. No honest judge in his or her right mind could allow Sean Boushie to have a protective order or deny a protective order to Bill Windsor.
Let’s call a spade a spade. This case is a witch hunt by a Kangaroo Court.
According to “60 Minutes,” the Missoula County Attorney’s Office prosecuted only 14 of 85 sexual assault cases in four years – 16%. But the Missoula County Attorney’s Office has prosecuted 100% of Tweet cases, Email cases, and publishing a person’s name cases (State of Montana v. William M. Windsor). In the entire history of federal and state appellate court decisions, no one has ever been denied the right to publish a person’s name.
This Court issued a Bench Warrant improperly. There was no order of protection presented to the Court for a necessary review. There was no examination of Legal Intern Tyler Dugger or Assistant Missoula County Attorney Jennifer Clark, neither of whom could testify as to facts and who obviously never read the files in the protective order case and its appeals. Legal Intern Tyler Dugger wrote on Unnumbered Page 8. Lines 1-3: “Dismissing charges requires more than a Defendant’s individual conclusion that no crimes were committed.”
Gee, what about bringing charges and having William M. Windsor illegally incarcerated, denied bail, and denied release for 53 days because of the illegal acts of the Missoula County Attorney’s Office? The simple truth is that there was no violation of any law, and to ruin William M. Windsor’s life and require that he remain “wanted” for the rest of his life or until he is again illegally detained on these ridiculous charges, is wrong and must be fixed by this Court now. Besides losing his entire family over this, being branded a felon “on the run,” and requiring that he live in hiding as long as the Bench Warrant exists, this Bench Warrant will cause William M. Windsor to be unable to pursue civil litigation that he expects will result in an award of better than $100 million. Bringing charges requires far more than what the Missoula County Attorney’s Office did. Maintaining these chares required that the Missoula County Attorney’s Office establish that it can meet the elements of the alleged crimes, and they failed to meet a single element in any of the alleged crimes.
Legal Intern Tyler Dugger claims that William M. Windsor violated a TEMPORARY Order of Protection executed 534 days ago, and he cites MCA 40-15-201. [Unnumbered Page 9, Lines 3-6.] MCA 40-15-201 (4) clearly says: Temporary Orders of protection are valid for a maximum of 20 days.
534 – 20 = 514. Get serious. The TOP expired.
What this case is about is an attempt by corrupt judges, corrupt law enforcement, and corrupt attorneys and would-be attorneys to illegally stop William M. Windsor from exposing that he considers Montana to be the most corrupt state in America and that Sean Boushie is paid by the University of Montana to stalk, cyberstalk, harass, threaten, and shoot at people, including William M. Windsor.
The State has failed to meet its burden, and the Bench Warrant must be quashed, and all charges must be dropped.
And one final note. Legal Intern Tyler Dugger claims William M. Windsor’s attitude toward courts is well-known. This must be stricken as must all alleged statements of fact as Legal Intern Tyler Dugger has not sworn to a thing. The truth is that William M. Windsor is loved by honest judges, honest law enforcement, and honest prosecutors in America because he is exposing the corruption. He is hated by the corrupt judges, corrupt law enforcement, and corrupt prosecutors. Heaven forbid that William M. Windsor believes corruption and dishonesty has no place in our judicial system or with law enforcement and that dishonest attorneys of all types should be tried for perjury and subornation of perjury. What would America come to if we actually had the rights that the Constitution and Bill of Rights claim we have? William M. Windsor respectfully submits that Legal Intern Tyler Dugger has no business being an attorney. He apparently wouldn’t understand a Constitutionally-protected right if it bit him on the…. He should move right from law school into a position as a Montana judge where he would get to ignore the facts and the law and say and do whatever in the world it is that he wants, destroying lives in the process.
For those who don’t know, the short story is this: Bill Windsor set out to film a movie exposing government, judicial, and law enforcement corruption. He traveled to every state (except Alaska), and he filmed over 750 stories of corruption and has thousands more who wanted to be filmed. Evil people, some working for various government entities and committing crimes, set out to destroy Bill Windsor and the movie, Lawless America. Bill Windsor has been defamed online in the largest case of defamation in U.S. history. His life has been threatened many times. A UNIVERSITY OF MONTANA EMPLOYEE, Sean Boushie, attempted to murder him. He was put into the Ellis County Texas Jail illegally for 53 days as a political prisoner. The State of Montana has filed five criminal charges against William M. Windsor for sending a Tweet, publishing the UNIVERSITY OF MONTANA EMPLOYEE‘s name (the would-be killer Sean Boushie) four times, sending a legal notice email to a University of Montana attorney, and filming the movie and the pilot for a TV show that will expose Montana as the most corrupt state in the country. In a recent development, “law enforcement” had LawlessAmerica.com removed from the Internet. This website contains over 1,400 articles exposing corruption. Bill Windsor worked wth a friendly offshore hosting company to return the website to the Internet outside the clutches of American evildoers. He wasn’t so lucky when Facebook removed the movie page falsely claiming it promoted nudity, pornography, and solicitation of sex … or when AT&T canceled the email that he used on everything related to the movie for years falsely claiming he violated their Terms of Service.
Bill Windsor will continue to have a short article published every morning and every night so you will know he is still as “free” as one can be in Lawless America. That’s where we live.
If you don’t know the story of Bill Windsor‘s illegal incarceration, please read it. Part 1 is the background to the story. Part 2 discusses when Bill Windsor was handcuffed and taken to jail from a hearing in a civil suit that he filed against the people who have viciously defamed him in what is the largest case of defamation in U.S. history. Part 3 details early days in jail and attempts to get someone/anyone to help; the conspiracy to keep William M. Windsor in jail begins to come to light. Part 4 covers events from November 26, 2014 through December 2, 2014 as the corruption of Judge Bob Carroll erupts in full bloom. Part 5 introduces Ellis County Texas District Attorney Patrick Wilson as a corrupt district attorney. Part 6 leads to a December 19, 2014 at which Bill Windsor was ordered released by Judge Cindy Ermatinger. Bill Windsor was never arrested, just illegally incarcerated for 53 days — a political prisoner!
If you want to reach Bill Windsor, his home address is 110 East Center Street #1213, Madison, SD 57042. That mail gets forwarded to him once a week. His email is firstname.lastname@example.org. His phone is 770-578-1094, but it is not answered; messages are checked by dialing in to Verizon from a state far, far away, and Bill receives an email with the name, number, and one sentence summary of each message.