Bill Windsor’s criminal trial for filming Lawless America…Verdict is in… GUILTY in the kangaroo court

Bill WindsorDay 2 of the “Trial of the Century” is over – Bill Windsor‘s criminal trial for filming Lawless America…The Movie to expose judicial and law enforcement corruption.

The verdict is in.  The trial ended about 3:30 pm.  The Trial process began at 8:30 am Mountain Time on Tuesday January 5, 2016…

Well, what can I say?   I have said that a guilty verdict would be a better ending for the movie, but I didn’t want to be found guilty.  I was, so the movie will end with what I hope will have audiences shaking their heads in disbelief.

I had my appeal ready just in  case, so I advised Judge James A. Haynes immediately that my appeal was being filed that second.

So, good news first.  I was sentenced to only the maximum amount allowed by law — one year in the Missoula County Detention Center.  Missoula County Attorney Jennifer Clark asked the Court to allow my 134 days behind bars, and he (likely most reluctantly) agreed.  So, I won’t be gaining any more weight on the excellent food at the Missoula County Detention Center.  I am as free as one can be in Lawless America.  I am not going to jail… at least for now.

After 845 days of being under restrictions of a TEMPORARY Order of Protection, most of those restrictions have been removed.

Jennifer Clark asked for a permanent order of protection for the UNIVERSITY OF MONTANA EMPLOYEE.  I argued that there was never even a hearing to expose all the lies.  Judge James A. Haynes said he believes the law allows him to order no contact with theUNIVERSITY OF MONTANA EMPLOYEE, his wife, and the University of Montana for a year.  So, that’s good in that after a year, I can expose this guy again.  I can’t publish thisUNIVERSITY OF MONTANA EMPLOYEE‘S name for a year.

This means the movie cannot be released for a year unless I take the names out.

It was Kangaroo Court at its finest.  I was denied 99% of my evidence.  I was denied 75% of my testimony.  I was denied 50% of my Opening Statement.  I was denied 90% of my proposed Jury Instructions.  Judge James A. Haynes committed a host of wrongdoing before the jury.

I was terribly disappointed with the verdict, but not terribly surprised.  I hoped the jury was upset with Jennifer Clark for the constant interruptions of my testimony, but apparently they weren’t.  I look forward to counting how many times she said “OBJECTION” and how many times Judge James A. Haynes said “Sustained.”  It seems like it had to be hundreds.

Based upon the facts, they couldn’t have found me guilty.  They must not have liked me or believed me.

I am going to publish my full Opening, Testimony, and Closing on http://www.LawlessAmerica.com.

At the conclusion of the trial, Judge James A. Haynes asked me to autograph his copy of my Wanted Poster.  I smiled and did.  I hope it long serves as a remembrance to him of just what a corrupt piece of shit he is.

Before the trial resumed this morning, I moved to have a mistrial declared.  I cited about 10 reasons.  Ignored.

To be continued…

 

Judge James A. Haynes exposed as a corrupt judge in Ravalli County Montana

montana-judge-james-a-haynesJudge James A. Haynes exposed as a corrupt judge in Ravalli County Montana.

When Judge James A. Haynes took his oath of office as a judge, he swore that he would defend the rights protected under the Constitution of the United States.  He violates his oath.

Judge James A. Haynes ignores the facts and the law when he needs to protect a government assassin or a supporter or friend or fellow member of the Montana Mafia.

Judge James A. Haynes denies Bill Windsor’s Rule 60 Motion

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Judge James A. Haynes has denied Bill Windsor‘s Rule 60 Motion without legal justification.

A Rule 60 motion is used to set aside a void order — an order generated through fraud — an order that has no basis in law.

Rule 60 motions have been filed as many as 60 years after an order was issued, but Judge James A. Haynes couldn’t address the illegality of the August 23, 2013 Ex Parte Temporary Order of Protection, so he simply denied it without justification….

This is a favorite technique of corrupt judges all across America.

Here is Bill Windsor’s Rule 60 Motion:

William M. Windsor (“Windsor”) files a Motion to Set Aside Orders pursuant to MCA Rule 60(b)(4), MCA 3-1-113, and the Court’s inherent powers.  This is the Brief in Support.

INTRODUCTION

This Court and its predecessor have issued several orders that are void or invalid. On August 23, 2013, Judge Sam Warren of the Missoula Municipal Court (“MMC”) entered an ex parte temporary order of protection (“EX PARTE TOP”) in Case #OP-2013-00198. The statutory authority to issue a TOP in Montana allows a court to issue a TOP for “up to 20 days.”  The EX PARTE TOP in this case was issued for 24 days.  The issuing court exceeded its authority, and the order is void or invalid.  It must be set aside pursuant to Montana Rules of Civil Procedure (“MRCP”) Rule 60(b)(4) and/or MCA 3-1-113.

FACTUAL BACKGROUND

 On August 21, 2013, Sean Boushie filed an ex parte Petition for Temporary Order of Protection and Hearing (“Petition”) against Windsor in the MMC Case # OP-2013-00198.[OP-2013-00198 DOCKET #1.]

On August 21, 2013, the day Sean Boushie filed his application for a protective order, Windsor filed a University of Montana Police Report against Sean Boushie for stalking. Sean Boushie did not file anything, and Officer Nick Painter of the University of Montana Police advised Windsor that he spoke with Sean Boushie and told him to stay away from him and cease sending him emails or messages. [A true and correct copy of the videos filmed while I was on the University of Montana campus on August 21, 2013 are onhttp://www.youtube.com/lawlessamerica, and are referenced and incorporated herein as if attached hereto.] This was filming an expose story. There was no stalking.

On August 23, 2013, an Ex Parte Temporary Order of Protection (“EX PARTE TOP”) was granted to Sean Boushie by MMC Judge Sam Warren, pursuant to MCA 40-15-201.Judge Sam Warren issued the EX PARTE TOP without even speaking to Sean Boushie, much less Windsor.

The EX PARTE TOP states twice that it expires on 09/16/2013.

On August 23, 2013, the entry on the Docket in MMC Case # OP-2013-00198 reads, “Expiration Days: 24 Expiration Date 9/16/2013.” [OP-2013-00198 DOCKET.]

On August 23, 2013, the Docket in the MMC shows a hearing was scheduled for 09/09/2013 on Order of Protection, as does the EX PARTE TOP. [OP-2013-00198 DOCKET.]

On August 26, 2013, Windsor filed a 24-page sworn Motion for Modification of Temporary Order of Protection in the MMC in OP-2013-00198. This detailed many of the problems with the EX PARTE TOP. This motion was never addressed. In fact, it was withheld from the docket. [OP-2013-00198 DOCKET.]

On August 26, 2013, Windsor filed a 28-page sworn Answer to Petition for Protective Order of Boushie and Sworn Petition for Permanent Order of Protection in the MMC in OP-2013-00198. This detailed many of the problems with the EX PARTE TOP. Windsor swore that the petition contains many counts of perjury and massive hearsay. This motion was never addressed. In fact, it was withheld from the docket. [OP-2013-00198 DOCKET.]

On August 26, 2013, following the filings in the MMC, Windsor appealed the EX PARTE TOP to the District Court (“DC”) pursuant to MCA 40-15-302(1). This created DV-13-969 in the DC. (DV-13-969 DOCKET.) Windsor did not remove the case to the DC.

On October 3, 2014, the State filed an Information charging me with five violations of the EX PARTE TOP. The earliest alleged violation occurred on December 30, 2013, long after the EX PARTE TOP had expired. (See DC-14-509 Docket #s 1-2-3-4-5.]

 

ARGUMENTS

I.       A Court May Relieve a Respondent from an Invalid Order Pursuant to MRCP Rule 60 or, if necessary in the interest of justice, under its

         Inherent Authority.

This motion concerns an EX PARTE TOP that was issued on August 23, 2013.  The EX PARTE TOP has become the basis for criminal charges against Windsor.  But there are fundamental errors in the order that that involve the issuing court’s subject matter jurisdiction and violation of Windsor’s right to due process.  For these reasons, this Court should deem the order void or invalid, or vacate the order.

“Voidness is defined in terms of lack of jurisdiction or violation of due process.”  United Student Aid Funds, Inc. v. Espinosa, 559 U. S.  130 S. Ct. 1367, 176L. Ed. 2d 158, 170 (2010) (citing Moore’s).

“[A] void judgment is one so affected by a fundamental infirmity that the infirmity may be raised even after the judgment becomes final.” United Student Aid Funds, Inc. v. Espinosa, 559 U.S. 260, 130 S.Ct. 1367, 1377, 176 L.Ed.2d 158 (2010).

In Corban v. Corban, 161 Mont. 93, 96, 504 P.2d 985, 987 (1972), the MSC found that, “lack of jurisdiction over the subject matter can be raised at any time and a court which in fact lacks such jurisdiction cannot acquire it even by consent of the parties.”

This Court has held that an invalid and void order can be attacked in any proceeding where they come into issue. Pennoyer v. Neff, 95 US 714 (1877).

This court has authority to review and correct the infirmities of the order in spite of the passage of time.

A.      Rule 60.

First, under MRCP Rule 60, this Court has the authority to declare orders void or invalid.

Rule 60(b)(4) allows a party to seek relief from a final judgment that “is void,” but only in the rare instance where a judgment is premised either on a certain type of jurisdictional error or on a violation of due process that deprives a party of notice or the opportunity to be heard. (United Student Aid Funds, Inc. v. Espinosa, 559 U.S. 260, 261, 130 S.Ct. 1367, 1371, 176 L.Ed.2d 158 (2010).)

MRCP Rule 60(b)(4) allows an order to be set aside because it is void or invalid.

“…the question of the validity of a judgment is a legal one.” (Hicklin v. CSC Logic, Inc., 283 Mont. 298, 301, 940 P.2d 447, 449 (1997); Export Group v. Reef Indus., Inc., 54 F.3d 1466, 1469 (9th Cir. 1995); (In re Guardianship and Conservatorship of Anderson, 218 P.3d 1220, 353 Mont. 139, 2009 MT 344 (Mont. 10/20/2009).)

Windsor must be relieved from this order pursuant to MRCP Rule 60(b)(4). (Elliot v. Piersol, 1 Pet. 328, 340, 26 U.S. 328, 340 (1828).)

 

B.       Inherent Authority

Even if the Court can’t grant the relief requested here under MRCP Rule 60, it can grant the relief under its inherent authority.  There exists an age-old and well-established principle that every court has power to do what is necessary for the administration of real and substantial justice.

MCA 3-1-113. Means to carry jurisdiction into effect.When jurisdiction is, by the constitution or any statute, conferred on a court or judicial officer, all the means necessary for the exercise of such jurisdiction are also given. In the exercise of this jurisdiction, if the course of proceeding is not specifically pointed out by this code, any suitable process or mode of proceeding may be adopted which may appear most conformable to the spirit of this code.

“…a court could exercise its inherent power only when the established methods for addressing the court’s needs failed or when an emergency arose that was not remedied by the established methods.” (Hillis v. Sullivan (1913), 48 Mont. 320, 137 P. 395.)

“our inherent power and paramount obligation to interpret Montana’s Constitution and to protect the various rights set forth in that document.” (State v. Finley(1996), 276 Mont. 126, 915 P.2d 208.)

The fundamental flaws in the EX PARTE TOP warrant this Court’s exercise of its inherent authority to declare the order void or invalid.

Courts of equity have the inherent power to grant the relief that justice requires. (Tiffany v. Uhde (1950), 123 Mont. 507, 512-13, 216 P.2d 375, 378.)

 

II.     The Temporary Order of Protection was VOID from inception.

Montana courts are authorized to issue an Ex Parte Temporary Order of Protection pursuant to MCA 40-15-201. The statute limits the term of an ex parte TOP as follows:

The court may, without requiring prior notice to the respondent, issue an immediate temporary order of protection for up to 20 days if the court finds, on the basis of the petitioner’s sworn petition or other evidence, that harm may result to the petitioner if an order is not issued before the 20-day period for responding has elapsed.  40-15-201(4), MCA.

In the instant case, the Municipal Court issued a 24 day TOP against Windsor. (DOCKET #1 – August 23, 2013.)

The statute clearly limits a court’s authority to issue a TOP for a period in excess of 20 days.  The mandate that the courts adhere strictly to the letter of statutory law is inflexible.  InState v. Evert, 93 P.3d 1254, 322 Mont. 105, 2004 MT 178 (Mont. 07/06/2004) the Montana Supreme Court explained:

 

The laws of the State of Montana are written to ensure that justice is served and the well-being of society and individuals is safe-guarded. Contrary to the County Attorney’s pronouncement to the District Court that “we don’t hold firm to the technicalities of the statute or the Supreme Court rulings,” adherence to the legislative enactments and the decisions of this Court is not a matter of convenience or prosecutorial preference. No court or officer of the court has the prerogative of circumventing or modifying the procedures established by law. Id.

Based upon a plain reading of the unambiguous limitations of MCA 40-15-201 the EX PARTE TOP is an extra-judicial order that exceeded the court’s authority.  Such an order cannot be made valid by any court.

Courts are constituted by authority and they cannot go beyond that power delegated to them. If they act beyond that authority, and certainly in contravention of it, their judgments and orders are regarded as nullities. They are not voidable, but simply void, and this even prior to reversal. Vallely v. Northern Fire & Marine Ins. Co., 254 U.S. 348, 41 S.Ct. 116 (1920).

 

III.     Orders issued by the MMC and the DC are void orders and became moot.

If this Court agrees that the EX PARTE TOP had a fundamental flaw and it should be vacated, all other orders related to the order become moot.

 

CONCLUSION

The statutory authority to issue a TOP in Montana allows a court to issue a TOP for “up to 20 days.”  The EX PARTE TOP in this case was issued for 24 days.  The issuing court exceeded its authority, and the order is void or invalid.  It must be set aside pursuant to MRCP Rule 60(b)(4), and all other orders become moot.

 

WHEREFORE, William M. Windsor prays that this Court will order that the EX PARTE TOP was void or invalid and is set aside pursuant to MRCP Rule 60(b)(4) or the Court’s Inherent Authority; and grant such other relief as the Court feels is appropriate.

 

Submitted this 12th day November, 2015,

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William M. Windsor

110 East Center Street #1213, Madison, SD 57042, 770-578-1094, bill@billwindsor.com

 

Judge James A. Haynes has dismissed three felony criminal charges against Bill Windsor

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Judge James A. Haynes has dismissed three felony criminal charges against Bill Windsor.

Two misdemeanor charges are still being considered for dismissal…

I didn’t have time to read the order initially.  But I read the last page to learn that Judge James A. Haynes dismissed the three felony charges that could have had me spend six years in the Montana State Prison in “beautiful” Deer Lodge Montana, just North, South, East, and West of the Montana boonies.  The town does, however, have the World’s Largest Railroad Spike proudly displayed “downtown.”

Here is a pdf of the order.

There were five charges.  In Montana, your first two protective order “crimes” are misdemeanors.  You have to be convicted.  I wasn’t, but the Persecutor charged two misdemeanors and three felonies.  Not legal or nice.  But what’s relevant now is that I am down to two misdemeanors.  This means I WON’T GO TO PRISON!  The maximum penalty for each misdemeanor is six months in the Missoula County Detention Center and $500 fine.  I don’t plan to be found guilty of anything since I didn’t commit any crimes, but I have already spent 134 days in the slammer, so eight month would be the max.  And I can’t imagine serving another day.  That said, the Missoula County Detention Center is quite nice.  The food is excellent.  Their mattresses actually have padding in them.  The cells are nice, and the cell doors are open to the common area virtually the entire day.  It was by far the best of my three jails.

Judge James A Haynes dismissed the charges for the alleged Tweet.  (Aw shucks, I can no longer hold the title of The World’s Most Notorious Tweeter.”)  And he dismissed the two charges where Sean Boushie’s name was published online in two legal documents.

He got a lot of the facts wrong and ignored the excellent law that I presented.  So, don’t take pages 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 at face value.

The charges that could still be dismissed are the email of a required legal filing to the University of Montana attorney and not giving Sean Boushie my TV show website.  From reading his order, I think these charges will be dismissed as well.

On the email charge, Judge James A. Haynes wrote that the “TOP contains no prohibition from emailing documents to an attorney at the University of Montana about a matter in litigation. … Frankly, the Court is having trouble connecting the allegations in Count V to anything related to protecting Sean Boushie.  Moreover, the blanket reference to “U of M Staff” appears overly broad.”

On the website charge, Judge James A. Haynes wrote: “The District Court… expresses concern that Windsor (or the website’s legal owner) has or may have a property interest in this site….  The ‘release the website’ condition may have been inartfully considered as it does nothing to prevent Windsor’s ongoing ..use of the several other websites and Facebook accounts listed by Sean Boushie to which Windsor has ongling access.  Finally, Windsor appears to have the defenses that this condition is overly broad since Boushie never sought “release” in his application for order of protection….”

Judge James A. Haynes claims the TEMPORARY Order of Protection (“TOP”) was valid for 546 days.  No way, but that’s what he says on the last page of the order.

I am very happy to say this is a big deal.  What has just happened is that a lowly pro se defendant charged with three felonies facing six years in prison has won against a hotshot county prosecuting attorney.  Things like this just don’t happen — to me or to many people.  Judge James A. Haynes obviously did the right thing on three of the charges, and I hope he will do the right thing on the other two.

I had a feeling the order was coming because after hearing nothing from her for weeks, I got an email yesterday from Jennifer Clark, the prosecutor, saying she was sending some documents that I had been requesting.  That told me that there was likely an order coming and that she knew at least one of the charges was still pending.

And if the other two charges aren’t dismissed, I will get to try the case in front of a jury on January 4, 2016.  That is an experience that I will enjoy immensely.

Images copyright Friends of Bill Windsor

For a quick update on Bill Windsor’s saga and upcoming trial, see this summary on LawlessAmerica.com.

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 isbill@billwindsor.com. 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.

For the Lawless America videos, see www.YouTube.com/lawlessamerica.  Bill Windsor’s Facebook page is www.facebook.com/billwindsor1  Bill Windsor’s Twitter account is www.twitter.com/lawlessamerica.  And click here for the Lawless America Facebook page that has just magically reappeared.

Bill Windsor is still waiting for Judge James A. Haynes to dismiss his charges

Bill Windsor (1)Bill Windsor is still waiting for Judge James A. Haynes to dismiss his criminal charges for allegedly violating a 546-day-old TEMPORARY order of protection.

Judge James A. Haynes has had the State’s Brief for 17 days and Bill Windsor’s brief for four days.

He could issue an order today, or it could be 41 days from now…

I did file a “Notice of Issue” today to alert the judge that the matter is ripe for a decision.

I’m not very good at waiting.  It’s hard for me to focus on other tasks when I am waiting for such an important decision.

If Judge James A. Haynes dismisses all charges, as he should, then I can get on with my life for the first time in a year.

I can work full-time on finishing the movie (since it will now have an ending), exposing corruption, finishing two books, and suing the bu*ts off each and every member of the Joeyisalittlekid Gang.

Meanwhile, I’m trying to lose the weight that I gained in jail.  30 pounds!  The food was not always the greatest, but the darned commissary and no exercise did me in.  Cokes, candy bars, chips….

So, I keep watching my Email Inbox and the clock.

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For a quick update on Bill Windsor’s saga and upcoming trial, see this summary on LawlessAmerica.com.

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 isbill@billwindsor.com. 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.

For the Lawless America videos, see www.YouTube.com/lawlessamerica.  Bill Windsor’s Facebook page is www.facebook.com/billwindsor1  Bill Windsor’s Twitter account is www.twitter.com/lawlessamerica.  And click here for the Lawless America Facebook page that has just magically reappeared.

Movie Producer Bill Windsor could spend the rest of his life in the Montana State Prison for filming a documentary

Movie Producer/Director Bill Windsor could spend the rest of his life in the Montana State Prison for filming a documentary.

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Movie Producer Bill Windsor could spend the rest of his life in the Montana State Prison for filming a documentary

William M. Windsor could die in the Montana State Prison for tweeting, emailing, and publishing a man’s name.

Bill Windsor’s trial is set for September 28, 2015 in the Missoula County Courthouse…

Bill Windsor has spent 134 days in jail.  People ask why couldn’t Bill Windsor get out of jail on a bail bond?  He didn’t have a spare $4.1 million.

Did Bill Windsor murder someone?  No.  He allegedly Tweeted.

Had Bill Windsor ever been in jail before?  No.  Had Bill Windsor ever been charged with a crime before?  No.  Bill Windsor does not even have a traffic ticket or parking ticket in the last 15 years.

When people hear this, they immediately think: “there must be more to the story.”  Yes, there is.  Bill Windsor has specific evidence of extreme law enforcement and judicial corruption in Montana and Texas, and these corrupt “officials” are doing everything they can to stop Bill Windsor and Lawless America…The Movie.

William M. Windsor has been charged with two misdemeanors and three felonies. The charges are that he sent a Tweet containing the name of a University of Montana employee – Sean Boushie; that he published a legal document online containing the name of Sean Boushie three times; that he published a legal document online containing the name of Sean Boushie one time; that he sent an email to the general counsel at the University of Montana; and that he did not give the employee Bill Windsor’s TV show website that exposes the corruption involving the University of Montana, Sean Boushie, law enforcement, and the courts.  The motion to dismiss each of these charges is provided above as links.

This is believed to be the first felony charge ever brought against a Twitter user for Tweeting as well as the first time anyone has been charged with a crime for publishing the name of a human being or animal.

These ridiculous charges all have to do with Constitutionally-protected rights — freedom of speech and freedom of the press are supposed to be protected by the First Amendment and the Montana Constitution.  Law enforcement and the courts in Montana are simply using these outrageous charges in an effort to stop Bill Windsor’s exposure of the corruption in Montana and Texas, to stop his documentary film – Lawless America, and to stop the pilot for a proposed TV series that he filmed about Sean Boushie and the University of Montana.

William M. Windsor filed a motion to dismiss due to a lack of jurisdiction, because he was in Texas when these crimes were allegedly committed in Montana.  The motion was denied by Judge James A. Haynes, a judge hand-picked to handle this case because he has a relationship with Sean Boushie and has previously protected him multiple times. Bill Windsor is going all the way to the United States Supreme Court in an attempt to get an impartial judge and a fair trial.

Bill Windsor has filed a motion to dismiss due to a lack of probable cause that any honest judge would have to grant, but he anticipates it will be denied.

Bill Windsor was unlawfully incarcerated for 134 days with bond as high as $4.1. Million. Corrupt Ellis County Texas District Attorney Patrick Wilson actually published a Wanted Poster for Windsor.

A little background makes this a bit easier to understand.

Starting in 2007, Bill Windsor discovered that federal judges in Georgia were corrupt.  Federal Judge Orinda D. Evans robbed William M. Windsor of millions of dollars.  She was aided and abetted by Judge William S. Duffey, Judge Thomas W. Thrash, and others.  Bill Windsor has the corruption fully documented.

Bill Windsor thought judges were honest back then, and he thought he simply had one rogue corrupt judge.  But as more and more judges showed their corruption, he realized the problem was big.  Back then, online searches for people dealing with corrupt judges generated little or nothing.

William M. Windsor took his case to the United States Supreme Court.  He handled the case himself as his attorneys wanted another $250,000 to handle it, and they assured him he would lose.  Bill asked the justices of the U.S. Supreme Court to declare that the federal judges in Georgia had to abide by the U.S. Constitution.  The justices said “we refuse.”

This generated some Internet publicity.  Bill then realized he wasn’t alone in this discovery as thousands of people emailed and called.

By this point, the judges in Georgia were doing all types of illegal things to stop Bill Windsor.  Court filings were destroyed; dockets were changed; legal actions were not processed; he was denied the ability to file anything; transcripts were falsified; orders were issued that ignored the facts and the law; they even blocked him from his second day of testimony before a grand jury when he was presenting criminal charges against six federal judges and the District Attorney in Atlanta.  He was denied access to the county courthouse and the federal courthouse.  He received word from a federal prisoner’s wife that her husband told her he was approached about a deal to get out of prison if he would kill Bill Windsor.  Bill called the FBI; no one ever came.

But when it comes to Bill Windsor, persistent is an inadequate descriptive word.  He kept going, documenting everything.

By now, he was dealing with so many people that he began doing a weekly online radio show.  This generated the idea that Bill Windsor would film a movie exposing government, judicial, and law enforcement corruption.  He traveled to every state (Alaska still to go), 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 Bill Windsor.   Sean Boushie even emailed Bill Windsor admitting to the shot, and four different law enforcement agencies and four courts ignored it.

Sean Boushie then falsely claimed that Bill Windsor stalked him, threatened him with a gun, and a host of other lies.  Corrupt courts gave Sean Boushie a Temporary Order of Protection.  It expired on September 16, 2013, but corrupt Montana and Texas “authorities” pretended it still existed, and a bench warrant was issued for unsuspecting Bill.

Bill Windsor was put into the Ellis County Texas Jail illegally for 53 days as a political prisoner — held for extradition.  William M. Windsor was then unlawfully held in the Ada County Idaho Jail for 35 days and then illegally handed over to two Missoula County Montana Sheriff’s Deputies on March 25, 2015.  He was held there for 46 days (a grand total of 134 days behind bars). He escaped (on bond) at 11:30 am on May 9, 2015.  He was unlawfully denied bond for the whole time.  His bail was as high as $4.1 million in the most ludicrous case ever!  He faces seven years in the Montana State Prison when he goes to trial on September 28, 2015.

The State of Montana has filed five criminal charges against William M. Windsorfor filming the movie and the pilot for a TV show that will expose Montana as the most corrupt state in the country.

“Law enforcement” had LawlessAmerica.com removed from the Internet.  This website contains over 1,600 articles exposing corruption.  Bill Windsor worked with 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 (with 51,000 followers) 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.

If this sounds crazy, it is.  Bill Windsor hasn’t committed any crimes.  But in Lawless America, corrupt law enforcement, prosecuting attorneys, and judges will do whatever they want.  These corrupt people are out to get Bill Windsor to stop him from exposing that Sean Boushie is a paid government cyberstalker, that Montana is the most corrupt state in America, that Ellis County Texas has a mafia of elected officials, and to torpedo his lawsuit against the gang of cyberstalkers who have ruined his reputation and life andface damages of as much as $100 million.  There are a number of apparently deranged people involved in the Joeyisalittlekid gang.

Bill Windsor’s wife divorced him because she fears the people who have threatened Bill.  His children have disowned him for the same reason, and he is not allowed to have any contact with his grandchildren who he loves more than words could ever express.

So, what will happen with Bill Windsor?  He hasn’t committed any crime, but that doesn’t matter.  In Montana, law enforcement, prosecuting attorneys, and judges do whatever they want…because they can.  Bill Windsor says he won’t be at all surprised if they stack the jury against him and a guilty verdict was arranged before the trial begins.

Attorneys wanted $100,000 to handle the case.  Bill Windsor said no thank you.  William M. Windsor is representing himself.  It will be exciting.  You are encouraged to come to Missoula Montana for the trial.  There will be autographed William M. Windsor Wanted Posters for all who attend.  And it will be history in the making.

Lawless America.  That’s where we live.


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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 isbill@billwindsor.com .  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.

For the Lawless America videos, seewww.YouTube.com/lawlessamerica.  Bill Windsor’s Facebook page iswww.facebook.com/billwindsor1