Bill Windsor of Lawless America has won a HUGE pro se Appeal with the Texas Tenth Court of Appeals. This means the Joeyisalittlekid Gang must now prepare to face the music — a $100 Million Judgment should be their just reward.
Bill Windsor had resigned himself to the fact that he was going to get screwed by just about every judge he ever came in contact with, but then this happened. It’s hard to believe.
It is a fact that judges, law enforcement, and prosecuting attorneys will do whatever they choose to get activists working to expose corruption. The case of Bill Windsor, an infamous judicial corruption fighter, is one of the most extreme because it involves so much illegal activity against him by so many people.
The Joeyisalittlekid Gang is a gang of people who set out to destroy Bill Windsor so Lawless America…The Movie would never reach theaters. To do this, they committed the largest case of defamation in U.S. history.
On December 23, 2014, Bill Windsor filed suit pro se against 16 known members of the Joeyisalittlekid Gang and 1,000 “Joey Does,” people whose names were not known at the time. This lawsuit is about much more than clearing his name and potentially getting some money, it should become a landmark case about defamation and cyberstalking. It should also show other nobodies like Bill that they can succeed in representing themselves in court.
Bill Windsor had no idea that the godfather of the Joeyisalittlekid Gang, Clyde Hargrove of Red Oak Texas, was a big donor and political supporter of the judges, sheriff, and district attorney in Ellis County, Texas. Bill had no idea that the wife of the judge assigned to his case, Judge Bob Carroll, was one of the Joeys (Kathy Carroll)! Surprise, surprise, Bill Windsor’s case was dismissed.
From jail, Bill filed four appeals of the wrongdoing in his civil case against the Joeyisalittlekid Gang in November-December 2014 and January-March 2015. He filed all of the appeals pro se. The Texas Tenth Court of Appeals just shelved them, ignoring the clear facts and law. Truth be told, Bill Windsor had given up. He figured the appellate judges would just ignore everything and someday dismiss the appeals on bogus grounds.
Well, BILL WINDSOR WON HIS APPEAL MOTIONS! The order came down in all four of his appeals on August 3, 2016. This means that after 21 months languishing in the Texas Tenth Court of Appeals, the case is moving forward. The members of the Joeyisalittlekid Gang must now face the very real probability that they will face a jury in Ellis County Texas. The 16 originally-named defendants plus as many as 100 others who have subsequenty been identified. Based upon jury awards in defamation cases, Bill Windsor conservatively estimates that a jury should award him at least $100 million. Most of the Joeys are probably poor, but there are at least a couple of millionaires in the group. $$$$$
The following is taken from Bill Windsor’s Appeal:
Here’s how Bill Windsor believes the corruption against him was orchestrated:
Defendants in his civil case used their political relationships with Ellis County District Attorney Patrick Wilson; Ellis County Sheriff Johnny Brown; Ellis County Texas Clerk of Court employees; Judge Bob Carroll, Judge Richard Davis, and Judge Joe F. Grubbs and their staff members.
Judge Bob Carroll ignored Bill Windsor’s motions, refused to set hearings on his motions, and repeatedly ruled against him without legal justification.
Upon information and belief, attorney Barbara Hachenburg participated in conceiving a way that the Missoula Police Department and Missoula County Attorney’s Office could charge the Appellant with five crimes. Bill Windsor had not committed any crimes, but that didn’t matter. (See Case #DC-14-509 in the Fourth Judicial District Court in Missoula Montana, particularly the Motion to Quash Bench Warrant.)
By getting the Missoula County Montana folks (who hate Bill Windsor for exposing the rampant corruption there) to charge him with crimes, the Ellis County Texas folks could coordinate having him arrested when he appeared for a hearing in Case #88611 against the Joeyisalittlekid Gang. And so they did. Bill Windsor is not sure who came up with the idea to charge him with three felonies, but he was charged with two misdemeanors and three felonies. Montana law says there is no way to charge Bill Windsor with a felony, but they did it because this was the only way Montana could have him extradited from Texas. There is no extradition for misdemeanors. And, by claiming felonies, it dramatically increased a judge’s ability to claim a higher bail amount. (Bill Windsor successfully argued in Montana to have the felony charges dismissed, and they were.)
Once Bill Windsor was unlawfully incarcerated, attorney Barbara Hachenburg of Houston Texas then communicated with Assistant Ellis County Sheriff Dennis Brearley, and Dennis Brearley unlawfully seized Bill’s laptop and hard drives from his personal property at the Ellis County Jail. This was held for several days while it was presumably copied for Barbara Hachenburg and the Joeyisalittlekid Gang.
Ellis County District Attorney Patrick Wilson then lied repeatedly to Judge Cindy Ermatinger. He withheld documents. He got his deputy district attorneys to cover for him. He told Judge Cindy Ermatinger that Bill Windsor is a terrorist, and he told her that he had committed Internet crimes in Montana! Corrupt Ellis County District Attorney Patrick Wilson did what he did to block Bill Windsor’s ability to obtain documents that would prove the fraud and to block his ability to be released on bond as Texas law provided. This was vital to the scheme because the goal in all of this was to keep Bill Windsor in jail without the ability to properly pursue his civil suit against the Joeyisalittlekid Gang — the largest case of defamation in U.S. history. Ellis County District Attorney Patrick Wilson succeeded in having Bill Windsor unlawfully held and denied bond for 53 days in the Ellis County Texas Jail. (See Case #14-158 in the 443rd Judicial District Court in Ellis County Texas and Appeal #10-14-00401-CR in the Tenth Court of Appeals.)
Judge Bob Carroll denied all discovery that Bill Windsor attempted to obtain in Case #88611. Then he granted Defendant Sam Round’s special appearance and dismissed him from the case despite overwhelming proof of the discovery needed to prove that the special appearance had to be denied. (See Case #10-14-00355-CV in the Tenth Court of Appeals.)
While Bill Windsor was unlawfully incarcerated, Judge Bob Carroll forced him to participate in hearings in the civil case despite almost complete violation of his Constitutional and legal rights due to incarceration and denial of the legal information and tools that he needed. Bill Windsor literally had to hand-write pleadings, and he was summoned to court from the jail for hearings without notice. Judge Bob Carroll was set up to issue an order dismissing Bill Windsor’s case against one party. ***** is among the most outrageous defamation artist defendants, and no honest judge in his right mind could possibly rule in his favor. (See Case #10-14-00392-CV in the Tenth Court of Appeals.)
Bill Windsor succeeded in getting Judge Bob Carroll disqualified as the judge, so the corrupt powers-that-be brought in Judge Richard Davis. Judge Richard Davis was programmed to award ***** $325,000 in sanctions because Bill sued ***** for making over 100 false and defamatory statements about him, including that he committed tax fraud, is a pedophile, and is a killer. Judge Richard Davis never read the file, never saw transcripts of the hearings, but he didn’t need to; his job was simply to hit Bill Windsor with a massive financial judgment. [Case #10-14-00392-CV in the Tenth Court of Appeals.]
Then Judge Cindy Ermatinger threw Ellis County District Attorney Patrick Wilson a curve when she released Bill Windsor on a $100,000 Personal Recognizance Bond after 53 days in the Ellis County Jail. Patrick Wilson wasn’t counting on that. He needed Bill Windsor to be kept in jail and unable to handle his civil case. [Case #10-14-00401-CR in the Tenth Court of Appeals.]
So Ellis County District Attorney Patrick Wilson then concocted a new scheme to get Bill Windsor. He scheduled a hearing in Judge Cindy Ermatinger’s court and pretended he sent notice to Bill when he absolutely did not. Ellis County District Attorney Patrick Wilsonn intentionally ignored the legal address, email, and phone that Bill Windsor had filed with Judge Cindy Ermatinger’s court and provided to him because he didn’t want Bill to have notice. He wanted Bill Windsor to fail to appear for the December 30, 2014 hearing so he could have Judge Cindy Ermatinger order that Bill had “jumped bond.” That way, he could get a $100,000 judgment against Bill Windsor, and he could claim that the Appellant was indicted for felony bond jumping, a charge that has a penalty of up to 10 years in prison. None of this was valid. [See Case #14-158 in the 443rd Judicial District Court in Ellis County Texas and Case #10-14-00392-CV in the Tenth Court of Appeals.]
Ellis County District Attorney Patrick Wilson then had his staff fax a Wanted Poster of Bill Windsor to post offices, Federal Express stores, and elsewhere nationwide. He needed to get Bill Windsor put in jail again so he would lose the ability to handle his civil case and his appeal. And he succeeded. Bill Windsor was put in the Ada County Idaho Jail because of one of his FedEx faxes. Ellis County District Attorney Patrick Wilson then told the Idaho police that Bill Windsor’s bond was $2.1 million and that there was a “Texas transit hold” with no bond. There is no such thing, but the facts and the law don’t matter with corrupt officials like these. Ellis County District Attorney Patrick Wilson also had the Idaho police take all of Bill Windsor’s money, credit cards, checks, computer, hard drives, legal files, and the vehicle he had in Idaho. All of this was unlawfully seized and searched at Ellis County District Attorney Patrick Wilson’s request, and Bill Windsor was left with nothing. The authorities in Idaho said it was all being held as “evidence for Texas.” Ellis County District Attorney Patrick Wilson then lied to the Ada County prosecuting attorney, Fafa Aldijani, so she would lie to the judges there and get Bill Windsor hit with another $2 million in bail — up to $4.1 million. He told the folks in Idaho and Montana that Bill Windsor was a terrorist. [See Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus in Case #14-158 in the 443rd Judicial District Court in Ellis County Texas on June 1, 2015 and Case #10-14-00392-CV in the Tenth Court of Appeals.]
While in what amounted to maximum security in Boise Idaho for 35 days, Bill Windsor was unable to deal with his civil case in Texas, so Ellis County District Attorney Patrick Wilson’s buddy, former Ellis County District Attorney Joe Grubbs, was assigned as the judge in Bill Windsor’s civil case, and he dismissed the case for “want of prosecution” because Bill was in jail, and he saddled him with another $25,000 or so in sanctions. [See Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus in Case #14-158 in the 443rd Judicial District Court in Ellis County Texas on June 1, 2015 and Case #10-14-00392-CV in the Tenth Court of Appeals and Case #10-15-00069-CV in the Tenth Court of Appeals.]
Once Bill Windsor was moved to the Missoula County Detention Center in Missoula Montana on March 25, 2015, the dishonesty continued. Bill was held for 46 days without bond because Ellis County District Attorney Patrick Wilson told the Montana authorities that there was a “Texas transit hold.” The Missoula County Attorney’s Office went along with it and stalled and stalled while filing false sworn affidavits with the courts. [See Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus in Case #14-158 in the 443rd Judicial District Court in Ellis County Texas on June 1, 2015.]
So, Bill Windsor has $450,000 allegedly owed in Texas to the crooks that he sued in case #88611. That civil case #88611 has been dismissed (Case #10-15-00092-CV in the Tenth Court of Appeals), and unless Bill Windsor prevailed on his appeals, the Joeyisalittlekid Gang committed the largest case of defamation in U.S. history and got away with it due to corrupt judges and corrupt law enforcement people in Texas, Idaho, and Montana. Bill Windsor faced seven years in the Montana State Prison though he has never committed a crime. Montana Judge James A. Haynes was hand-picked to handle Bill’s criminal case because he was the second most corrupt judge that Bill encountered in Montana when filming Lawless America…The Movie in 2013, and he proceeded to rule against Bill on everything. (See Motion to Quash Bench Warrant and file in Case #DC-14-509 in the Fourth Judicial District Court, Missoula Montana.)
Bill Windsor filed four appeals of the wrongdoing in his civil case against the Joeyisalittlekid Gang in November-December 2014 and January-March 2015. The Texas Tenth Court of Appeals just shelved them, ignoring the clear facts and law. Truth be told, Bill Windsor had given up. He figured the appellate judges would just ignore everything and someday dismiss the appeals on bogus grounds.
Well, BILL WINDSOR WON HIS APPEAL MOTIONS! The Order came down in all four of his appeals on August 3, 2016. This means that after 21 months languishing in the Texas Tenth Court of Appeals, the case is moving forward. The members of the Joeyisalittlekid Gang must now face the very real probability that they will face a jury in Ellis County Texas. The 16 originally-named defendants plus as many as 100 others who have subsequenty been identified. Based upon jury awards in defamation cases, Bill Windsor conservatively estimates that a jury should award him at least $100 million. Most of the Joeys are probably poor, but there are at least a couple of millionaires in the group. $$$$$
The Order of August 3, 2016 is a little strange. They covered up the FACT that the Texas Rules of Appellate Procedure provide that an appellant may cite to an appendix. They covered it up to save face. It seems the Court of Appeals didn’t want to come right out and say why they ruled in Bill Windsor’s favor and refused to dismiss his appeals. You will see that they cite three cases but don’t explain why. Bill Windsor had cited Sieverding v. Colorado Bar Association and Baum v. Blue Moon Ventures in his Brief as federal decisions stating that a federal court has no jurisdiction over state court matters. That was the basis upon which the bad guys were claiming his appeal had to be denied. They said Bill Windsor had to obtain leave from a federal judge before he could file an appeal in a state court. Ludicrous. So, they ruled for Bill Windsor, but didn’t even explain what the issue was. Note at the very end “Do not publish.” Appellate court judges do this when they don’t want others to see what they’ve done. These four appeals of Bill Windsor’s now provide a statement of the law in Texas that no one may be restricted from filing an appeal of a State of Texas case through any action or inaction by a federal court. If you want even more ammo should you be in the same situation, Bill Windsor has precedents in Montana, Idaho, Missouri, Georgia, and South Dakota. Just email Pro-Sefirstname.lastname@example.org and request the case citations.
Pro se parties who know what they are doing should win most of the time in court, but they rarely do because judges do whatever they want. And they rarely want a pro se party to get anywhere. Bill Windsor was vicious in his brief with these appellate court judges, which makes it even more surprising that they ruled in his favor.
Among a detailed identification of all the false statements in the court’s orders, Bill wrote this:
“There are SIGNIFICANT fundamental fairness Constitutional violations in the instant matter. Nothing is fundamentally fair about this Court issuing orders that are absolutely false or incorrect based upon the Record. Nothing is fundamentally fair with being threatened with dismissal of this Appeal. Nothing is fundamentally fair about being unlawfully incarcerated for 134 days, something that this Court could have stopped. Nothing is fundamentally fair about this Court ignoring and thumbing its nose at the realities of deprivation of legal and Constitutional rights while incarcerated. Nothing is fundamentally fair about sua sponte staying this Appeal one day before the Appellee’s Brief was due, 11 months after the Appeal was filed. Nothing is fundamentally fair about the bias demonstrated by the justices of this Court. Nothing is fundamentally fair about dismissing this Appeal over imaginary deficiencies without an opportunity to cure.”
Bill Windsor does not recommend his blunt approach to others. It will usually get you screwed. But Bill Windsor decided long ago that he will always call a Spade a Spade. If he’s going to get screwed, glued, and tattooed by courts, he plans to go down swinging and expose as much corruption as he can in the process.
When time permits, Bill Windsor will post the various filings in the appeal cases including Word files for those pro se parties who may be able to use some of the arguments or case law. Bill Windsor is not an attorney, and he does not give legal advice. But he will share his experience with his friends. Bill thinks he is better than any attorney and infinitely more affordable. 🙂
In other legal news for Bill Windsor, the Montana Supreme Court has violated Bill yet again. If there is a more blatantly corrupt group of judges in America, Bill Windsor would like to see them. Another major court has ruled favorably for Bill in an initial filing. The criminal courts in Ellis County and the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals have been abusing Bill Windsor up one side and down the other. Bill will have to appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court as Ellis County’s corrupt Mafia will do anything to put Bill Windsor in prison for 10 years in hopes he will die there. Bill has complaints pending against Ellis County District Attorney Patrick Wilson and Assistant Ellis County District Attorney Ann Montgomery-Moran with the Texas Bar Association. He also has a judicial misconduct complaint pending against Judge Cindy Ermatinger. Bill Windsor has been busy helping others, but he needs to turn attention back to the civil rights lawsuits that he will be filing against all the corrupt government officials involved in raping him of his Constitutional rights in Texas, Idaho, and Montana.
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