Hi Folks. I’m still safe in Albany, capital of New York.
I enjoyed an incredible experience yesterday with The Highwaymen in Ilion, New York.
I will always try to post a quick article each dayas I know many people worry about me.
I wish each of you had been riding with Eric Carlson and me when I exited the toll booth near Ilion, New York this afternoon. As I was rolling the window up after paying the toll, I heard Harley’s. I blinked and an army of bikers encircle…d the Jeep and carried us several miles to the clubhouse of the Highwaymen Motorcycle Club. It was like the ultimate escort. Bikes on all sides of us; one biker at a time shooting off to ensure that no vehicles came from a blindside so we would be safe at all times. Cars were stopped at an intersection when I hadn’t made it through the light, and I was waved on through by the Highwaymen. It’s hard to describe; it was surreal to say the least. And what a wonderful group of people!
I will never forget today. I was there to film interviews about the story of two young members of the club, Tyler & “Peeps” (Joey to his Mom). These young men are spending two years in prison because Peeps is deaf. They are victims of small town corruption and the Good Ole Boys Club. I have a video that I will post as soon as I can figure out how to convert it. You won’t believe your eyes once you know what a judge did.
Thanks to Hank McGrath of BAD (Bikers Against Discrimination) who made today possible and to Steve Malley and all the Highwaymen, women, and children who I got to spend time with today.
I have added the exoneration of Tyler & “Peeps” to my To Do List.
If you plan to be filmed in Rochester, Albany, Binghamton, or between here and Wilkes Barre, please confirm your participation at Bill@LawlessAmerica.com — This is a giant jigsaw puzzle right now.
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I haven’t been able to read many email or return calls. I will have a TalkShoe Show every Sunday at 10 pm Eastern Time, so tune in.
William M. Windsor
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