Friday, June 10, 2016

Bill Windsor of Lawless America has filed criminal charges against Ellis County Texas Judge and District Attorney

"Bill Windsor of Lawless America has filed criminal charges against Ellis County Texas Judge Cindy Ermatinger, Ellis County Texas District Attorney Patrick Wilson, and Assistant Ellis County District Attorney Ann Montgomery-Moran.
Judge Cindy Ermatinger, District Attorney Patrick Wilson and Assistant DA Ann Montgomery-Moran have conspired to have Bill Windsor charged with a crime.  They have done this using fraudulent, forged documents and by destroying documents.
But Bill Windsor happens to have the evidence to prove what they have done.
Bill Windsor is determined to expose these corrupt Ellis County Texas officials in every way possible.  Ellis County Texas is a cesspool of judicial and law enforcement corruption.  Bill Windsor's goal is to get Judge Cindy Ermatinger, Ellis County Texas District Attorney Patrick Wilson, and Assistant Ellis County District Attorney Ann Montgomery-Moran removed from office, disbarred, and sent to prison.  They are part of a criminal racketeering operation in one of the most corrupt counties in America.
 
The criminal charges have been filed by Bill Windsor in several ways. First, he has filed motions for sanctions and criminal charges in the 443rd Judicial District Court in Ellis County Texas where Patrick Wilson and Ann Montgomery-Moran have committed many crimes in the cases of State of Texas v. William M. Windsor (14-158, 90744, and 39746-CR).
Next he filed complaints with the Texas Bar Association and the Texas Supreme Court based upon the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct.
Then he sent the criminal complaints to the Ellis County Texas Sheriff's Department, the Waxahachie Texas Police Department, the Ellis County Texas Grand Jury, the Ellis County Texas District Attorney's Office LOL, the U.S. Attorney in Dallas Texas, the federal grand jury in Dallas Texas, the Texas Attorney General, the Texas Rangers, the U.S. Attorney General.
Judge Cindy Ermatinger's crimes have been reported through a Motion to Recuse, aJudicial Misconduct Complaint, and complaints to the Texas Supreme Court, the Ellis County Texas Sheriff's Department, the Waxahachie Texas Police Department, the Ellis County Texas Grand Jury, the Ellis County Texas District Attorney's Office LOL, the U.S. Attorney in Dallas Texas, the federal grand jury in Dallas Texas, the Texas Attorney General, the Texas Rangers, the U.S. Attorney General.
The crimes of Ellis County District Attorney Patrick Wilson have been reported through aMotion for Sanctions and Criminal ChargesTexas Bar Association Misconduct Complaint, and through complaints to the Texas Supreme Court, the Ellis County Texas Sheriff's Department, the Waxahachie Texas Police Department, the Ellis County Texas Grand Jury, the Ellis County Texas District Attorney's Office LOL, the U.S. Attorney in Dallas Texas, the federal grand jury in Dallas Texas, the Texas Attorney General, the Texas Rangers, the U.S. Attorney General.
The crimes of Assistant Ellis County District Attorney Ann Montgomery-Moran have been reported through a Motion for Sanctions and Criminal ChargesTexas Bar Association Misconduct Complaint, and through complaints to the Texas Supreme Court, the Ellis County Texas Sheriff's Department, the Waxahachie Texas Police Department, the Ellis County Texas Grand Jury, the Ellis County Texas District Attorney's Office LOL, the U.S. Attorney in Dallas Texas, the federal grand jury in Dallas Texas, the Texas Attorney General, the Texas Rangers, the U.S. Attorney General.
Ermatinger, Wilson, and Montgomery-Moran have manufactured evidence to use to put Bill Windsor in jail, keep him there, and saddle him with a $100,000 judgment for "bond jumping." They also conspired using a fraudulent document to get Bill Windsor indicted for an alleged crime that could have him spending 10 years in a delightful Texas prison.
Normally, someone like Bill would not stand a chance against such powerful small-time crooks. But in this case, Bill has copies of the actual documents that he was given in court by Judge Cindy Ermatinger and then the fraudulent copies that were used to charge Bill Windsor with a crime, etc. Seeing such undeniable evidence in black-and-white may be harder for various authorities to ignore.
Bill Windsor is also sending a News Release to key Texas and national media as well as a copy of the filings on Wilson to his enemies, some of whom are far more powerful than this little poorly-dressed weasel.
Bill Windsor of Lawless America will also be filing a 42 U.S..C. 1983 federal lawsuit against Judge Cindy Ermatinger, District Attorney Patrick Wilson, Assistant District Attorney Ann Montgomery-Moran, and others. The cases of action will include RICO as the Ellis County Texas courts and law enforcement are a criminal racketeering operation.
Bill Windsor of Lawless America will be posting his complaints and the evidence online when time permitswww.LawlessAmerica.com and www.LawlessAmerica.org

Source
http://lawlessamerica.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=1956:bill-windsor-of-lawless-america-has-filed-criminal-charges-against-ellis-county-texas-judge-and-district-attorney&catid=159:corruption&Itemid=236

64 senior judges and law enforcement officials asked to put Ellis County Texas Judge Cindy Ermatinger and District Attorneys Patrick Wilson and Ann Montgomery-Moran in prison.

"64 senior judges and law enforcement officials asked to put Ellis County Texas Judge Cindy Ermatinger and District Attorneys Patrick Wilson and Ann Montgomery-Moran in prison.
Bill Windsor of Lawless America has communicated the charges to Presiding Judge Mary Murphy (shown left) and 63 others, including every senior judge in Texas, every law enforcement agency in Ellis County and Texas, the FBI, and much more...
When you leave in Lawless America, you have to get creative when fighting corruption.  Bill Windsor's approach is to provide evidence of crimes committed by elected officials to law enforcement and judges sworn to uphold the law.  When they ignore their duty and let their corrupt peers get away with crimes, that makes them guilty as well.
 
Maybe one honest official will do something.  The odds are against it, but we shall see.
 
Here is the letter that William M. Windsor has sent to 64 officials with a CD containing the evidence.
Dear Attorney General Paxton:
Please pursue criminal charges against Ellis County Judge Cindy Ermatinger, Ellis County District Attorney Patrick Wilson, and Assistant Ellis County District Attorney Ann Montgomery-Moran. I believe they have violated Texas Penal Code Section 36.04, 36.05, 36.06, 37.02, 37.09, 37.10, 37.22, 39.02, 39.03, 71.02, and perhaps other statutes with which I am not familiar.
I believe you have a legal obligation to report these crimes.
was unlawfully incarcerated in the Ellis County Jail for 53 days on an extradition hold as the result of a conspiracy orchestrated by Ellis County District Attorney Patrick Wilson. On December 19, 2014, Judge Cindy Ermatinger released me from the jail. A so-called “Bond” of three pages was signed by Judge Ermatinger and me in her courtroom. The terms of my release were that I was to travel on my own to Missoula Montana to surrender on charges that I violated an alleged protective order or appear at a hearing in her court on January 21, 2015.
As the transcript of the hearing shows, Ellis County Texas District Attorney Patrick Wilson and Assistant Ellis County District Attorney Ann Montgomery-Moran were in the courtroom and participated in the preparation and signing of the documents; they heard the precise terms of the release explained by Judge Ermatinger, and they received copies of the three-page Bond document. [Exhibit 2 and Exhibit 3.]
But Judge Ermatinger’s release of me spoiled Wilson’s scheme to keep me in jail so I would be unable to pursue a civil case against his political supporters who faced a multimillion dollar judgment in the largest case of defamation in U.S. history that I filed against them. So, Wilson modified his scheme. He scheduled a hearing without notice to me. Ermatinger and Wilson apparently agreed to throw away two important pages of the “Bond” and use a one-page bond that was forged/falsified by Ellis County employees.

They agreed to use the forged document and forget that the terms of the release were that I could travel to Montana to surrender. This enabled them to claim that I failed to appear when I was on the road to Montana. Ermatinger forfeited the alleged bond, and a warrant was issued for my arrest. This fraudulent “Bond” was then presented to the Ellis County Grand Jury, and I was indicted on a Texas statute for felony bond jumping that does not apply to a prisoner held in an extradition matter for another state. That Indictment was then used to incarcerate me for another 81 days, and my liberty has been restrained ever since.  These conspirators are now trying to force me to return to Ellis County so they can arrest me on this bogus indictment. They want to send me to prison until I am 80 years old or die.
The evidence on the enclosed CD includes the actual documents signed by Judge Ermatinger and me [Exhibit 2 and Exhibit 3], the forged document [Exhibit 4], and the transcript of the hearing that proves exactly what happened [Exhibit 8 and Exhibit 1]. This is a case where investigation will probably uncover a lot more, but the primary criminal charges are proven by the documents on the CD.
Wilson, Moran, and Ermatinger are criminals. They want to incarcerate me on bogus criminal charges, stop my ability to handle my civil cases, stop my efforts to get them removed from office, disbarred, and imprisoned, and protect their political supporters from a massive legal judgment.
There is a lot more to the story and absolute proof that Ermatinger, Wilson, and Moran have committed crimes to get me.
In the Judge Cindy Ermatinger folder on the CD is a copy of the Complaint that I filed against her with the Texas Commission on Judicial Conduct. I also enclose a hard copy of the Motion for Recusal of Judge Cindy Ermatinger that I have just filed. I have provided the exhibits to my Motion for Recusal. These exhibits prove that Ermatinger needs to be removed from office and prosecuted for the crimes she committed with her co-conspirators.
In the Ellis County District Attorney Patrick Wilson folder is a copy of my Bar Complaint against him. I also include a motion for sanctions against him that provides additional details and evidence. It details the crimes that I believe he has committed.
In the Assistant Ellis County District Attorney Ann Montgomery-Moran folder is a copy of my Bar Complaint against her. I also include a motion for sanctions against her that provides additional details and evidence. It details the crimes that I believe she has committed.
The actions of Ermatinger, Wilson, and Moran caused me to be unlawfully incarcerated in Ellis County for 53 days; charged with felony bond jumping; saddled with a $100,000 judgment; indicted by an Ellis County Grand Jury; incarcerated for 35 days in Ada County Idaho and held on $1,000,000 bond; incarcerated for 46 days in Missoula County Montana and held on $1,000,000 bond; charged with a crime that could send me to a Texas prison for 10 years; and I have not had my liberty for over 500 days and counting.
What’s going on in Ellis County Texas is much deeper than what I am presenting to you. I am far from the only victim. I believe Ellis County is a cesspool of corruption involving judges, court personnel, the Clerk of the Court’s office, the employees of the District Attorney’s Office, the Sheriff’s Office, and the Jail. It is a criminal racketeering operation that needs to be shut down. Please charge these criminals.
I do not answer my telephone because the corrupt people in Ellis County Texas have traced my whereabouts through the phone, and they are attempting to incarcerate me – the goal of their criminal activities. Please email me.
Thank you.

William M. Windsor"

Source
http://lawlessamerica.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=1958:64-senior-judges-and-law-enforcement-officials-asked-to-put-ellis-county-texas-judge-cindy-ermatinger-and-district-attorneys-patrick-wilson-and-ann-montgomery-moran-in-prison&catid=158:news&Itemid=236

Friday, May 20, 2016

BILL WINDSOR OF LAWLESS AMERICA HAS FILED REQUESTS FOR CRIMINAL CHARGES TO BE INSTITUTED AGAINST CORRUPT ELLIS COUNTY TEXAS OFFICIALS..

"William M. Windsor has charged that Assistant Ellis County Texas District Attorney Ann Montgomery-Moran and Ellis County Texas District Attorney Patrick Wilson have violated the following Texas Penal Code (“TPC”) criminal laws:

a. TPC Sec. 36.04 Improper Influence
b. TPC Sec. 36.05 Tampering with Witness
c. TPC Sec. 36.06 Obstruction
d. TPC Sec. 37.02 Perjury
e. TPC Sec. 37.09 Tampering with or Fabricating Physical Evidence
f. TPC Sec. 37.10 Tampering with Governmental Record
g. TPC Sec. 38.171 Failure to Report a Felony
h. TPC Sec. 39.02 Abuse of Official Capacity
i. TPC Sec. 39.03 Official Oppression
j. TPC Sec. 71.02 Engaging in Organized Criminal Activity
k. Obstruction of Justice
l. Subornation of Perjury

In addition, Bill Windsor claims they have violated the following Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct (“TDRPC”):
a. TDRPC Preamble 4 A Lawyer’s Responsibilities
b. TDRPC Rule 3.01 Meritorious Claims and Contentions
c. TDRPC Rule 3.03 Candor Toward Tribunal
d. TDRPC Rule 3.04 Fairness in Adjudicatory Proceedings
e. TDRPC Rule 3.05 Maintaining Impartiality of Tribunal
f. TDRPC Rule 3.09 Special Responsibilities of a Prosecutor
g. TDRPC Rule 8.03 Reporting Professional Misconduct
h. TDRPC Rule 8.04 Misconduct

Others charged with crimes thus far are Tabitha Smith, James Cook, Cheri Lujan, Terry Ogden, and Johnny Brown.

They are charged with the following:

Texas Penal Code Sec. 37.02. PERJURY. (a) A person commits an offense if, with intent to deceive and with knowledge of the statement’s meaning: (1) he makes a false statement under oath or swears to the truth of a false statement previously made and the statement is required or authorized by law to be made under oath; or (2) he makes a false unsworn declaration under Chapter 132, Civil Practice and Remedies Code.

Texas Penal Code Sec. 37.09. TAMPERING WITH OR FABRICATING PHYSICAL EVIDENCE. (a) A person commits an offense if, knowing that an investigation or official proceeding is pending or in progress, he: (1) alters, destroys, or conceals any record, document, or thing with intent to impair its verity, legibility, or availability as evidence in the investigation or official proceeding….

Texas Penal Code Sec. 37.10. TAMPERING WITH GOVERNMENTAL RECORD. (a) A person commits an offense if he: (1) knowingly makes a false entry in, or false alteration of, a governmental record….

These five Ellis County Sheriff's Department and Ellis County District Attorney's Office employees were notified of the charges today, May 20, 2016. They were involved in falsifying a bogus document and claiming they witnessed Bill Windsor sign it. Bill Windsor has undeniable proof that the document is bogus and that his signature was not witnessed.

Here are the opening paragraphs from today's court filings:

1. Ellis County Texas District Attorney Patrick Wilson and Assistant Ellis County Texas District Attorney Ann Montgomery-Moran have used a document that they knows is both forged and incomplete as the key piece of evidence in this case and case #14-158. They have used it in multiple filings with complete knowledge that the document is a fraud upon the court.

2. Tabitha Smith, James Cook, Terry Ogden, Cheri Lujan, and Johnny Brown of the State of Texas did not witness William M. Windsor signing what the State claims is a “PR Bond” in Cause #14-158. [Affidavit of William M. Windsor in support of Sanctions and Criminal Charges (“AFFI-SANCTIONS”), Exhibit 1.] But they signed a document falsely claiming that they were a witness. [AFFI-SANCTIONS, Exhibit 2.]

This document is the key piece of evidence in this case, and it is a fraud. The actions of Ellis County Texas District Attorney Patrick Wilson and Assistant Ellis County Texas District Attorney Ann Montgomery - Moran caused William M. Windsor to be charged with felony bond jumping and face 20 years in prison); to have a $100,000 judgment awarded against him; to be indicted by an Ellis County Grand Jury; to be incarcerated for 35 days in Ada County Idaho and held on $1,000,000 bond; to be incarcerated for 46 days in Missoula County Montana and held on $1,000,000 bond; and he has not had his liberty for 507 days and counting. [AFFI-SANCTIONS, ¶2.]
Ellis County Texas District Attorney Patrick Wilson is guilty of far more. His complaint is still being drafted, and it will be filed as soon as possible.

Bill Windsor is filing complaints with the Texas Bar Association, and he will be filing a judicial misconduct complaint against Judge Cindy Ermatinger .

Bill Windsor is filing a 42 U.S.C. 1983 federal civil lawsuit against all of these people for violation of his civil rights.

All he needs is an honest judge."

Lot's more coming soon. Accountability, Transparency, Civil and Constitutional Rights. Judges, Cops, Attorneys, Detectives, County Attorneys are NOT above the Law though they act as if they are.

Monday, December 7, 2015

Anti-Corruption Film Producer Bill Windsor of Lawless America continues to thoroughly expose corrupt judges, detectives, and county attorneys in Montana. As well as to expose the University of Montana as they aid and abet corruption in the State of Montana.

Is Judge James A. Haynes of Ravalli County Montana Corrupt, Stupid, or Both?  

On December 3, 2015, Bill Windsor filed a Motion to Dismiss one of his criminal charges due to expiration of the Statute of Limitations.

It is a very simple issue, a no-brainer, but what Judge James A. Haynes did on December 4, 2015 is a stupid execution of his corruption...

First, some basics:

Crime or Offense or Event:  a violation of any penal statute of the state of Montana.  The State of Montana has charged in writing that Bill Windsor committed the crime of violation of a protective order on August 24, 2013.

Charge: a written statement that accuses a person of the commission of an offense, that is presented to a court.  In Montana, a criminal complaint is made by the filing of an "Information."  When leave to file an information has been granted, a warrant or summons may issue for the defendant's arrest or appearance, so this marks the beginning of the Prosecution.  The State of Montana filed its Information on October 3, 2014.

Offender: an accused defendant in a criminal case.  In this matter, Bill Windsor is the alleged Offender -- the person who allegedly committed this crime.

Prosecution:  A proceeding instituted and carried on by due course of law, before a competent tribunal, for the purpose of determining the guilt or innocence of a person charged with crime.  The "Prosecution" begins when the charge is filed.  In this matter, that was October 3, 2014.

Proceeding:  a case heard and determined by a court.  In this matter, the case is DC-14-509 in the Fourth Judicial District Court in Missoula County Montana.  As the Docket shows, it began on October 3, 2014.

Lesser Included Offense:  defined in MCA 46-1-202(9) "Included offense" means an offense that: (a) is established by proof of the same or less than all the facts required to establish the commission of the offense charged; (b) consists of an attempt to commit the offense charged or to commit an offense otherwise included in the offense charged; or (c) differs from the offense charged only in the respect that a less serious injury or risk to the same person, property, or public interest or a lesser kind of culpability suffices to establish its commission.   Wikipedia explains it more clearly: A lesser included offense, in criminal law, is a crime for which all of the elements necessary to impose liability are also elements found in a more serious crime.  For example, the common law crime of larceny requires the taking and carrying away of tangible property from another person, with the intent to permanently deprive the owner of that property. Robbery, under the common law, requires all of the same elements, plus the use of force or intimidation to accomplish the taking. Therefore, larceny is a lesser included offense in the offense of robbery, as every robbery includes a larceny as part of the crime. Assault is also a lesser included offense of robbery, just as battery is necessarily a lesser included offense to murder, and false imprisonment is usually a lesser included offense to kidnapping.  In this matter, there was only one charge: violation of a protective order by not giving Sean Boushie the website owned by Bill Windsor promoting his movie and TV expose of Sean Boushie's criminal activiites.  It was not a lesser-included offense of anything.  It was a stand-alone offense.

Statute of Limitations: Laws passed by a legislative body to set the maximum time after an Event when legal Proceedings may be initiated.  When the period of time specified in a statute of limitations passes, a Charge can no longer be filed.  The statutory specifications are referred to as "limitations."  Bill Windsor's alleged crime is a misdemeanor.  The Statute of Limitations is one year.  This means the Charge for the August 24, 2013 alleged crime had to be filed by August 23, 2014.

Tolling: A legal doctrine which allows for the pausing or delaying of the running of the period of time set forth by a statute of limitations.  This is not relevant in this case as is explained below.

Motion To Dismiss:  A motion filed asking a court to dismiss a case or Charge.

Here is the Motion to Dismiss due to Expiration of the Statute of Limitations:

William M. Windsor, Defendant, files this “Motion to Dismiss Charge #1 – Website due to Statute of Limitations,” pursuant to Montana Code Annotated (“MCA”) 45-1-205(2)(b), with incorporated Brief in Support.  Windsor contacted the prosecutor’s office for concurrence, and Ms. Jennifer Clark stated that she will oppose this motion and did not have the time to justify the opposition.

MCA 45-1-205(2)(b) requires that “A prosecution for a misdemeanor must be commenced within 1 year after it is committed.” (Milanovich v. Milanovich, (1982), 201 Mont. 332, 334, 655 P.2d 963, 964.) (See also State v. Poncelet, 187 Mont. 528, 610 P.2d 698 (Mont. 04/24/1980); Dexter v. Shields, 92 P.3d 1208, 322 Mont. 6, 2004 MT 159 (Mont. 06/22/2004); State v. Hamilton, 830 P.2d 1264, 252 Mont. 496 (Mont. 01/14/1992).)

Statute of Limitations has just become a defense in this case as the November 13, 2015 Second Amended Information [Docket #157] charges Count #1 as a misdemeanor. The State indicates this alleged crime was committed on August 24, 2013, over one year prior to the October 2, 2014 charge. The original Information said the alleged crime took place on October 2, 2014.

The substantive criminal statute is MCA 45-5-626: “(1) A person commits the offense of violation of an order of protection if the person, with knowledge of the order, purposely or knowingly violates a provision of any order provided for … under Title 40, chapter 15.” The explicit language of this statute precludes any claim that the offense is a continuing one. If it was a violation as charged, that violation took place on August 24, 2013.

A particular offense should not be construed as continuing “unless the explicit language of the substantive criminal statute compels such a conclusion, or the nature of the crime involved is such that [the legislature] must assuredly have intended that it be treated as a continuing one.” (Toussie v. United States (1970), 397 U.S. 112, 115, 90 S.Ct. 858, 860, 25 L.Ed.2d 156, 161, citing United States v. Scharton (1932), 285 U.S. 518, 52 S.Ct. 416, 76 L.Ed. 917.

In State v. Larson (1989), 240 Mont. 203, 783 P.2d 416, the criminal offenses at issue occurred in October 1985. No charges were filed, however, until February 1988. At trial, the court reduced a theft charge from felony to misdemeanor after receiving evidence of the value of the items taken. In our opinion upholding the conviction, we stated, “[a]s a general rule, a defendant may not be convicted of a lesser included offense when the statute of limitations has run on that offense but not on the larger offense charged.” Larson, 240 Mont. at 205, 783 P.2d at 417, citing the Criminal Law Commission Comments to § 45-1-205, MCA. (State v. Moga, 1999 MT 283 (Mont. 11/23/1999).)

The statute of limitations is a jurisdictional issue. Milanovich v. Milanovich, supra. The alleged crime was committed on August 24, 2013 and was not charged until October 2, 2014. This Court has no jurisdiction as the statute of limitations on this misdemeanor expired.

In addition, the Second Amended information does not comply with the law.  MCA 46-11-205 requires an affidavit stating facts that show the existence of probable cause to support the charge as amended. There is no affidavit.

WHEREFORE, for the reasons stated above, William M. Windsor requests that this Court order that Charge #1 is dismissed and order that Windsor has no restrictions on his websites.

This 2nd day of December 2015,
 William M. Windsor

On December 3, 2015, Judge James A. Haynes scribbled an "order" in the upper right hand corner of the Motion.  It says: "Defendant Windsor consistently extracts snippets of the law convenient to his arguments, and overlooks the rest.  He has done so again, ignoring 45-1-206(3) MCA and State v. Moga, 1999 MT 283, 297 Mont. 1, 989 P.2d 856.  This 'motion' may be filed, and this Order Denying Windsor's Motion to Dismiss is Final and requires no further briefing."

So, let's take a look at what Judge James A. Haynes has done to illustrate how corrupt  judges operate:

First, he headed this Motion off at the pass.  The State of Montana was not required to file a response, as the rules provide.  So, Bill Windsor was denied due process.  The State should have either responded that he is correct or come up with some bogus argument against the Motion.  Judge James A. Haynes didn't even allow the Clerk of the Court to file the motion until after he decided whether he would allow it.  Judge James A. Haynes has not allowed many of Bill Windsor's motions as this is one of the ways corrupt judges taint the record in a case.

Second, he did not issue an actual order.  This is a simulated action that will not actually show up on the Court Docket.

Third, he has once again demeaned Bill Windsor improperly, demonstrating his extreme bias.  Bill Windsor has never extracted snippets.  He always reviews every case on an issue.  In his Motion, he cited eight cases, including the only case that Judge James A. Haynes cited.  Bill Windsor cited four relevant statutes while Judge James A. Haynes cited a statute on tolling that has no relevance whatsoever to this matter.  He further demeans Bill Windsor by putting the word "motion" in quotes so as to mock it.  The motion is perfect -- short, sweet, totally in compliance with the Montana Rules of Civil Procedure and the District Court Rules and the Local Rules, and a slam dunk winner.  Criminal defendants are entitled to a fair and impartial judge.  "Judge" James A. Haynes is totally biased, and Bill Windsor has been repeatedly denied a fair pre-trial, and he expects the same mistreatment at the trial.

Fourth, he committed obstruction of justice by lying in his Order, and he denied Bill Windsor's Constitutional rights to due process.  He cited a completely bogus statute as his authority -- MCA 45-1-206(3). Here's what this statute says: "45-1-206. Periods excluded from limitation. The period of limitation does not run during: (3) a prosecution pending against the offender for the same conduct, even if the indictment, complaint, or information which commences the prosecution is dismissed."  This statute clearly addresses periods of time that are excluded from the statute of limitations period.  The statute immediately preceding MCA 45-1-206 is MCA 45-1-205. General time limitations spells out the limitations periods for various crimes.  MCA 45-1-205(2)(b) says: "(b) A prosecution for a misdemeanor must be commenced within 1 year after it is committed."

So, let's put this in terms that a Fifth Grader in a state other than Montana would understand.  A "Limitation" sets the maximum time after an Event when legal proceedings may be initiated.  The State of Montana says the Event in this matter took place on August 24, 2013.  So, the clock starts on August 24, 2013.  The Limitation on this charge, a misdemeanor, is one year.  So, legal Proceedings had to begin not later than August 23, 2014.  But they did not begin until October 3, 2014 -- 406 days -- 41 days past the one year time limitation.  Judge James A. Haynes said in his "order" that Bill Windsor ignored 45-1-206(3) MCA.  Damn right he did because it has no relevance at all.  The Prosecution began on October 3, 2014.  The Limitations period had already expired.  There was no limitations period to run after the Charge was filed.

Bill Windsor searched every appellate court decision EVER on MCA 45-1-206(3), and State v. Moga, 1999 MT 283 (Mont. 11/23/1999) is the only case.  But all it says is that (a) a prosecution for a misdemeanor must be commenced within one year after the offense is committed; (b) MCA 45-1-205 provides that a prosecution is commenced when an information or complaint is filed; (c) the Event (crime) was committed on March 13, 1997, and the Information was filed on April 7, 1997, so only 25 days after the Event, well within the one-year statute of limitations for misdemeanors; (d) the running of the statute of limitations is tolled when a prosecution is pending against the offender for the same conduct.  An Amended Information was filed April 14, 1998, and Mora argued that the Event was March 13, 1997 and the Amended Information was April 14, 1998, so the one-year statute of limitations expired.

But that argument was bogus and this is irrelevant in this case because Bill Windsor's Event was August 24, 2013, and the Prosecution began on October 3, 2014 -- 41 days past the year limitation.

If Bill Windsor was making the bogus argument that Mora made, he would be claiming that the Amended Information filed on November 13, 2015 meant that there had been 812 days.  Mora tried to use the Amended Information to turn his 25 day Event to prosecution time into 392 days by claiming the commencement of the prosecution didn't begin until the date of the Amended Information.  The Amended Information in Bill Windsor's case is irrelevant to the Statute of Limitations.

Bill Windsor says that Judge James A. Haynes appears to be intelligent, just mean and dishonest.  But it is hard to explain how a "judge" can say that Bill Windsor did not qualify for a temporary order of protection as Sean Boushie had not been arrested or convicted.  That's what Judge James A. Haynes ordered on August 9, 2013 after Sean Boushie attempted to murder Bill.  The statute on temporary orders of protection is MCA 40-15-102, which clearly states: (5) A petitioner is eligible for an order of protection whether or not: (a) the petitioner reports the abuse to law enforcement; (b) charges are filed; or (c) the petitioner participates in a criminal prosecution.  A Montana district court "judge" may not be the sharpest knife in the drawer, but a Fifth Grader (from any state but Montana) reading the statute would see and understand this.

Now he comes up with this ridiculous order to block the dismissal of one of the bogus charges.  Once again, even a Montana judge should be able to read a statute and review a case and comprehend what it says.  Bill Windsor believes Judge James A. Haynes is intelligent, just not smart enough to come up with a better way to camouflage his corruption or maybe he simply realizes that his corrupt bretheren will cover for him so he doesn't have to think.  One thing is crystal clear: Judge James A. Haynes is a corrupt judge.

This is everything that is said on the limitations issue in State v. Moga:

Section 45-1-205(2)(b), MCA, provides that a prosecution for a misdemeanor must be commenced within one year after the offense is committed. The Jefferson County DUI charge against Moga was based on events of March 13, 1997, but the amended information charging Moga with misdemeanor DUI was not filed until April 14, 1998. Moga argues that the misdemeanor DUI charge against him in Jefferson County should have been dismissed for untimeliness pursuant to § 45-1-205(2)(b), MCA.

In so arguing, Moga relies upon this Court's opinion in State v. Larson (1989), 240 Mont. 203, 783 P.2d 416. In that case, the criminal offenses at issue occurred in October 1985. No charges were filed, however, until February 1988. At trial, the court reduced a theft charge from felony to misdemeanor after receiving evidence of the value of the items taken. In our opinion upholding the conviction, we stated, "[a]s a general rule, a defendant may not be convicted of a lesser included offense when the statute of limitations has run on that offense but not on the larger offense charged." Larson, 240 Mont. at 205, 783 P.2d at 417, citing the Criminal Law Commission Comments to § 45-1-205, MCA. The Court's decision did not follow from that statement, however. Instead, we ruled that because the defendant had failed to bring this claim in the district court, he was barred from bringing it on appeal. Larson, 240 Mont. at 206, 783 P.2d at 417-18.

Moreover, there are important factual differences between this case and Larson. In the present case, the first Jefferson County information was filed on April 7, 1997. Subsection (8) of § 45-1-205, MCA, provides that a prosecution is commenced when an indictment is found or an information or complaint is filed. The running of the statute of limitations is tolled when a prosecution is pending against the offender for the same conduct. Section 45-1-206(3), MCA.

We conclude that the Jefferson County prosecution against Moga was commenced and began to toll the statute of limitations when the original information was filed on April 7, 1997, well within the statute of limitations for misdemeanors. The amendment of the Jefferson County information did not retroactively deprive the District Court of jurisdiction based on the statute of limitations for misdemeanor offenses. We hold that the Fifth Judicial District Court did not err in denying Moga's motion to dismiss because of time limitations.

Bill Windsor will be doing a special filming after the trial in Missoula.  He wants to try to get as many victims as possible to come to the trial.  Then a group session will be filmed followed by filming of individual stories.  So, if you are in Montana or have friends there, please ask them to participate.  January 5-6, 2016.

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 is bill@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.  "

Source
http://www.lawlessamerica.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=1872:judge-james-a-haynes-of-ravalli-county-montana-is-corrupt-stupid-or-both&catid=159:corruption&Itemid=236

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Can you IMAGINE, you have to contact an attorney as a matter of law. A University of Montana attorney, and then you go to jail for alleged violations of a non-existence protective order?

The Missoula County Attorneys Office and Detective Chris Shermer of the Missoula Police either do NOT know Montana Law and the U.S constitution or they are PAID to cover up the INFAMOUS Corruption in the State of Montana.

"Montana law states very clearly (MCA 45-5-220) that stalking does not apply to Constitutionally-protected activity. Freedom of speech and freedom of the press are the most fundamental of the Constitutionally-protected activities."


Source and Lot's More
http://lawlessamerica.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=1759:bill-windsor-has-filed-a-motion-to-dismiss-the-criminal-charge-against-him-for-felony-tweeting&catid=160:charges&Itemid=236

So Why in the WORLD does the Missoula County Attorneys Office and Dipshit Detective Chris Shermer think that they can use an expired protective order or any protective order to go to another state on Montana Taxpayers dime, to retrieve and JAIL some guy talking on a blog?

Hmmm..

"William M. Windsor never sent a Tweet. 

The State has no evidence that he did. 

The State has no evidence or testimony to indicate that he knowingly and purposely sent a Tweet to violate a protective order. Jennifer Clark swore to Judge Karen Townsend that William M. Windsor knowingly and purposely sent a Tweet to violate a protective order, but it was a false sworn pleading by Jennifer Clark."

Source and Lot's More
http://lawlessamerica.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=1759:bill-windsor-has-filed-a-motion-to-dismiss-the-criminal-charge-against-him-for-felony-tweeting&catid=160:charges&Itemid=236

For more Check Out
http://missoulacountyattorney.blogspot.com/

A CONSTITUTIONALLY PROTECTED Activity YET the State of Montana uses Protective Orders to HARSHLY and Unconstitutionally shut down SPEECH that Speaks Critical of Montana Law Enforcement and the University of Montana, otherwise known as Whistle blower Retaliation and Selective Prosecution.

So there was a Made Up Tweet aKa Falsified Evidence, and there was no protective order and even if there was a protective ORDER well it does not apply to a CONSTITUTIONALLY PROTECTED Activity. WOW. 

I would say that the Missoula County Attorney's Office, Missoula County, the Missoula Police, Ravalli County, the Hamilton Police and the University of Montana will be paying 100's of Millions of Dollars to Michael Spreadbury, Crystal Cox and Bill Windsor. As You see the Montana Police went after Micheal and Crystal with the Protective Orders in hand, to STOP them from Blogging. Yet hmmm it was clearly A CONSTITUTIONALLY PROTECTED Activity, and they CLEARLY knew this.

These same Montana Agencies that have CLEARLY Falsified Evidence against Bill Windsor to suppress information, chill online speech and flat out STOP the flow of information; well they did the same thing to the blogs of Crystal Cox and Michael Spreadbury, of which Windsor was FACTUALLY reporting on.  Crystal Cox's blogs were flat out shut down by a Protective Order, the man that threatened to kill her got, (Sean Boushie in case you forgot). Ya my blogs were shut down and I was not allowed to speak or blog his name of the University of Montana for a year, or I WOULD GO TO JAIL.

These same group of Law Enforcement agencies and the University of Montana, used an Unconstitutional PROTECTIVE ORDER to Shut down my blogs.  Yet now we see the MT Supreme Court rule that NOT allowed.

And this same group shut down Michael Spreadbury's constitutionally protected blogs and websites.

So Pattern and History? You Bet there is and LOT's of Evidence to that FACT.

 I, for one, can hardle wait for that RICO Lawsuit against ALL OF Ya'll. Coming Soon.


So now about this Blogging as "A CONSTITUTIONALLY PROTECTED Activity"?

Say What? Even in Montana? Ya don't say.

Well we already know that RIGHT? Yet here we have it CRIMINAL in Good Ol' Corrupt Missoula Montana, AGAIN? Not only should this case be CLEARLY dismissed but there should be an internal affairs investigation, a DOJ investigation, an FBI investigation and a Human Rights investigation into all of these agencies Immediately.  The EVIDENCE against them is mountainous and times 3, as they did this to all three of us and we all have lot's of proof. So ya, Criminal RICO and Civil RICO coming up, ASAP.

Not even a Civil Case, but CRIMINAL.

Doesn't Jennifer Clark of the Missoula County Attorney Office KNOW anything about the First Amendment? Has she researched the Boushie / Windsor history at all? Or any Montana Supreme Court cases, or say Ninth Circuit cases about BLOGGING?

Well look at this;

"The Montana Supreme Court previously ruled in Windsor v. Boushie that William M. Windsor’s blogging is not stalking and cannot be denied by any order of protection. Tweeting is a short form of blogging.

“…the offense of stalking does not apply to a constitutionally protected activity, § 45-5-220(2), MCA, and, as the District Court noted, the blogging alleged here involved First Amendment ‘free speech’ rights with which [Windsor and Boushie] each appear familiar and in which they regularly engage.” (Windsor v. Boushie, DA 13-0618 (Mont. 02/25/2014).)"


Source and Full Article
http://lawlessamerica.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=1759:bill-windsor-has-filed-a-motion-to-dismiss-the-criminal-charge-against-him-for-felony-tweeting&catid=160:charges&Itemid=236

A CONSTITUTIONALLY PROTECTED Activity YET the State of Montana uses Protective Orders to HARSHLY and Unconstitutionally shut down SPEECH that Speaks Critical of Montana Law Enforcement and the University of Montana, otherwise known as Whistle blower Retaliation and Selective Prosecution.

So there was a Made Up Tweet aKa Falsified Evidence, and there was no protective order and even if there was a protective ORDER well it does not apply to a CONSTITUTIONALLY PROTECTED Activity. WOW. 

I would say that the Missoula County Attorney's Office, Missoula County, the Missoula Police, Ravalli County, the Hamilton Police and the University of Montana will be paying 100's of Millions of Dollars to Michael Spreadbury, Crystal Cox and Bill Windsor. As You see the Montana Police went after Micheal and Crystal with the Protective Orders in hand, to STOP them from Blogging. Yet hmmm it was clearly A CONSTITUTIONALLY PROTECTED Activity, and they CLEARLY knew this.

These same Montana Agencies that have CLEARLY Falsified Evidence against Bill Windsor to suppress information, chill online speech and flat out STOP the flow of information; well they did the same thing to the blogs of Crystal Cox and Michael Spreadbury, of which Windsor was FACTUALLY reporting on.  Crystal Cox's blogs were flat out shut down by a Protective Order, the man that threatened to kill her got, (Sean Boushie in case you forgot). Ya my blogs were shut down and I was not allowed to speak or blog his name of the University of Montana for a year, or I WOULD GO TO JAIL.

These same group of Law Enforcement agencies and the University of Montana, used an Unconstitutional PROTECTIVE ORDER to Shut down my blogs.  Yet now we see the MT Supreme Court rule that NOT allowed.

And this same group shut down Michael Spreadbury's constitutionally protected blogs and websites.

So Pattern and History? You Bet there is and LOT's of Evidence to that FACT.

 I, for one, can hardle wait for that RICO Lawsuit against ALL OF Ya'll. Coming Soon.


So now about this Blogging as "A CONSTITUTIONALLY PROTECTED Activity"?

Say What? Even in Montana? Ya don't say.

Well we already know that RIGHT? Yet here we have it CRIMINAL in Good Ol' Corrupt Missoula Montana, AGAIN? Not only should this case be CLEARLY dismissed but there should be an internal affairs investigation, a DOJ investigation, an FBI investigation and a Human Rights investigation into all of these agencies Immediately.  The EVIDENCE against them is mountainous and times 3, as they did this to all three of us and we all have lot's of proof. So ya, Criminal RICO and Civil RICO coming up, ASAP.

Not even a Civil Case, but CRIMINAL.

Doesn't Jennifer Clark of the Missoula County Attorney Office KNOW anything about the First Amendment? Has she researched the Boushie / Windsor history at all? Or any Montana Supreme Court cases, or say Ninth Circuit cases about BLOGGING?

Well look at this;

"The Montana Supreme Court previously ruled in Windsor v. Boushie that William M. Windsor’s blogging is not stalking and cannot be denied by any order of protection. Tweeting is a short form of blogging.

“…the offense of stalking does not apply to a constitutionally protected activity, § 45-5-220(2), MCA, and, as the District Court noted, the blogging alleged here involved First Amendment ‘free speech’ rights with which [Windsor and Boushie] each appear familiar and in which they regularly engage.” (Windsor v. Boushie, DA 13-0618 (Mont. 02/25/2014).)"


Source and Full Article
http://lawlessamerica.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=1759:bill-windsor-has-filed-a-motion-to-dismiss-the-criminal-charge-against-him-for-felony-tweeting&catid=160:charges&Itemid=236

Sunday, July 5, 2015

False Arrests, Civil Rights Violations, Property Damage, Searches and stealing property with no search warrant, and much more. ALL these agencies will face massive Legal Action against them.

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Bill Windsor returned to the scene of the crime in Meridian Idaho.
This is the FedEx Store in Meridian Idaho where crimes against Bill Windsor began on February 19, 2015... 
Bill Windsor used to be a great customer of FedEx.  Janna Fettinger of FedEx ended that business relationship on February 19, 2015.  Bill Windsor walked in to overnight some court filings to Ellis County Texas.  Crack clerk Janna Fettinger spotted William Michael Windsor aka William M. Windsor aka Bill Windsor from a Wanted Poster that had been faxed to FedEx stores all across America by corrupt Ellis County Texas District Attorney Patrick Wilson.  Bill Windsor has never committed a crime in his life, but little details like that don't get in the way of District Attorney Patrick Wilson.
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From reading the Meridian Police Department Report, it seems that when Janna Fettinger received the Wanted Poster fax from Ellis County Texas, she recognized Bill Windsor aka Montana aka BamPa, aka Mr. Bill aka The World's Most Notorious Tweeter aka Lawless America as a previous customer.  She called the PoPo, and they told her to call back if she saw him again.
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So, in walks unsuspecting Bill Windsor just after noon on February 19, 2015 (Dumb Move #1).  Eagle Eye Fettinger spotted him.  But as the professional that she is, she waited until FedEx processed Bill's credit card before she called in the Mounted Police.  Bill asked Eagle Eye for directions to the AT&T Store, so she knew right where he was going. (Dumb move #2 by Bill). 
Janna Fettinger called the Meridian Police Department, and Officer Geoff Rowe and about a half dozen Meridian Police Officers responded. 
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Bill Windsor had driven to the shopping center where the AT&T Store was, and he parked his vehicle three stores away and across the driveway from AT&T in the space on the far right of this photo.
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Bill Windsor walked 112-feet into the AT&T Store on Eagle Road in Meridian Idaho.
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Bill was standing where the boy in the baseball cap is at the counter at the back of the AT&T Store.  All of a sudden, the eyes of the two male clerks grew as big as saucers, and their mouths flew open.  Bill Windsor saw them staring past him.  
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The police came into AT&T with guns drawn!  You would have thought it was Richard Matt and David Sweat.  Then Bill Windsor heard his name, and he was asked to put his hands behind him with his thumbs up, so he did.  He was frisked and cuffed.  Everything that he had on him was taken.
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William M. Windsor was loaded into the back of a police car and taken to the Ada County Jail. 
Bill Windsor has now read the Police Report, and it was fairly accurate.  He was never arrested and never read his rights, and the Police Report didn't claim that he was.  He was not asked to turn around, so the Police Report is false in that regard.  The Police Report also claims the police knew what they were grabbing William M. Windsor for, but they did not.  They didn't have any idea until 10 minutes or so after Bill was at the Ada County Jail in Boise Idaho.
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When Bill was processed at the Ada County Jail, his cash, credit cards, checks, cellphone, hard drives, and assorted possessions were inventoried.   Then Officer Geoff Rowe came over to the jailers and said he was taking everything as evidence because Ellis County Texas District Attorney Patrick Wilson and Ellis County Texas District Attorney Investigator Jeff Ward told him to.
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Patrick Wilson   Jeff Ward    
Bill Windsor was not anywhere near his vehicle when he was snatched, and the police had not followed him to the store.  But Investigator Jeff Ward told the Meridian Police Department to seize any vehicle that the key that was on him opened.  So, the Meridian Police Department went back to the shopping center and found a vehicle that opened.  The vehicle was loaded with all of Bill's legal files, his laptop, hard drive, evidence, and much more.
The Meridian Police Department illegally seized the vehicle, searched it, loaded all of the contents into plastic bags, stuck stickers all over the exterior, impounded it, and then lied to Bill Windsor's representatives who called when the vehicle was found to be missing.  The Meridian Police lied and said they didn't have the vehicle.  Crack detective work on the part of Bill's agents discovered after calling all the towing companies in town that one of them had indeed towed the vehicle to the Meridian Police Department.
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After several jugs of Goo Gone, the impound sticker gum is still all over the vehicle.  Jeff Ward should have to pay for a new paint job as well as lots and lots of monetary damages for orchestrating the illegal seizure and search of Bill Windsor's vehicle and property.
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Bill Windsor was unlawfully incarcerated in the Ada County Jail, unlawfully denied bond, and had a host of Constitutional rights violated.  And to add insult to injury, the Idaho mugshot was not nearly as good as the Texas mugshot. 
And these photos are the scenes of the crime.

Source of Post in Full
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People Make a Living on the Internet. Haters Network to Do Real Harm on the Internet and to Get together to do Physical Harm. Montana Law Enforcement Does NOT understand the Power of the Internet.

If Montana Judges and Law Enforcement TRULY do NOT understand the Internet, Can't Read Web Stats, Track an IP or Get How to Track Down Cyber Crimes then Montana Needs to HIRE people in Every County that Can do that... Peoples Lives, Real Estate, Business, Reputation and Quality of Life is At Stake...

What is Montana Law Enforcment Waiting FOR ???