28 Days until Bill Windsor stands trial for felony tweeting and other equally heinous alleged crimes


28 Days until Bill Windsor stands trial for felony tweeting and other equally heinous alleged crimes. 

The trial should be postponed again since William M. Windsor has appealed the denial of a hearing on his motion to have the biased judge removed, but no word yet.

So, Bill Windsor is hard at work preparing for the trial…

I am really busy drafting motions, organizing my evidence for the umpteenth time, and trying to whittle down the list of Things To Do that I hope to accomplish before going to prison for the rest of my life.  And if you don’t think that’s a challenge, stop and think of the things you would have to do and want to do if you might never be free again.

I am also seeking a protective order against Sean Boushie, the man who attempted to murder me in Montana.  I hope there will be a hearing on this within the next 20 days.

I have my second conference call tomorrow with a reality TV show producer.  We are discussing turning the Lawless America content and contacts into a weekly reality TV show.  There was an exchange of information over the weekend.  I wonder if they view the possibility of me going to prison for seven years as a good thing or a bad thing.  It’s REALITY, that’s for sure.

I watched a video tonight from two years ago in which I spoke about the devastating impact of family court corruption and parental alienation.  Now I am a victim of parental alienation.  I understand now how people grow to hate their ex.  I grew to hate mine very quickly after she alienated my children, denied me any contact whatsoever with my grandchildren, refused to answer the phone when I called with a desperate plea for help from jail, stopped payment on a check to me, and refuses to pay money she owes me.


Today was a day for chores and the necessities of life.  I took my vehicle in for repairs, took some food to a man who looks dangerously thin, made a post office run to send filings to Montana, and got a haircut.  Maddie at Supercuts asked what brought me to town.  I told her I was just hanging out waiting to go back to Montana to stand trial.  Her mouth is still open, I suspect.  Maddie knew about Bob Barker.  She gave me a great haircut — much better than the one I got from the barber with Parkinson’s in Missoula.

My vehicle got sandblasted on the highway.  I thought the windshield was just dirty.  Instead, it had hundreds of tiny little chips.  I’ve certainly never experienced anything quite like it.  The whole front end of the car was sandblasted.  Thank you, State Farm.

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

If you want to reach Bill Windsor, his home address is 5013 S Louise Ave #1134, Sioux Falls, SD 57108.  That mail gets forwarded to him once a week.  His email is Pro-Se-1@outlook.comThis. His phone is currently confidential, 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  Bill Windsor’s Facebook page is  Bill Windsor’s Twitter account is  And click here for the Lawless America Facebook page that has just magically reappeared.

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William M. Windsor

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