William M. Windsor has written to Jennifer Clark, the Chief Deputy District Attorney for Missoula County Montana.
This is Jennifer Clark. She is responsible for William M. Windsor spending 53 days in the Ellis County Jail. Bill Windsor was detained illegally, incarcerated illegally, denied bond illegally, and denied discharge illegally.
Jennifer Clark probably committed a number of violations of the Code of Professional Conduct and perhaps criminal statutes as well. Bill Windsor was falsely imprisoned because of Jennifer Clark.
December 29, 2014
Ms. Jennifer Clark:
I do not yet have an attorney, and I am not waiving my right to remain silent or have an attorney represent me.
I am simply writing to request a copy of any and all paperwork about the attached Bench Warrant that I was given with your name on it. I request copies of everything in that case file and anything else that an accused person is entitled to have according to the Montana Rules of Criminal Procedure. I’d like to know what in the world William M. Windsor is charged with, and I’d like to see any permanent order of protection issued against William M. Windsor.
Ellis County Texas District Attorney Patrick Wilson told Judge Cindy Ermatinger that William M. Windsor committed a crime in Montana on December 30, 2014 and then fled the state. What crime was that? Where was it committed? What evidence is there that a crime was committed and that William M. Windsor was in Montana at any time after August 25, 2013?
I request the statute and case law that would allow a county judge in Montana to set bail on someone who has never appeared before her. I request the statute and case law that gave your office the legal right to tell the Ellis County Sheriff’s Department that my $100,000 Texas bond was unacceptable and tell Brad of “Your Bondsman” in Missoula that my $100,000 Montana bond was unacceptable and thus cause me to be held without bond for 53 days. See Montana Annotated Code:
46-9-201. Who may admit to bail. A judge may admit to bail any defendant properly appearing before the judge in a bail proceeding. When bound over to any court or judge having jurisdiction of the offense charged, bail must be continued provided that the court or judge having jurisdiction may increase, reduce, or substitute bail. On appeal, a judge before whom the trial was had or a judge having the power to issue a writ of habeas corpus may admit the defendant to bail. For purposes of this section, a defendant’s appearance before a judge may be either by physical appearance before the court or by two-way electronic audio-video communication as provided in 46-9-206.
Has this statute changed?
I also request the statute and case law that would allow the judge in Montana to have jurisdiction over someone detained in Ellis County, Texas. I don’t believe there is any.
I request a copy of any and all information sent to and received from the Montana Governor’s Office and the Texas Governor’s Office regarding William M. Windsor or the enclosed Bench Warrant.
Last, but not least, I request that you contact the Ellis County Texas District Attorney and Ellis County Sheriff’s Department and advise them that I was detained, incarcerated, denied bond, and denied release illegally and that I was wrongfully exposed to Staph, MRSA, Herpes, and Tuberculosis and wrongfully denied dental hygiene and a host of other civil, legal, and Constitutional rights. Withdraw the Bench Warrant that shows my name, and request that Ellis County have Judge Cindy Ermatinger discharge me.
If you could email these documents to me, I would appreciate it as I do not receive prompt mail service. If you need to mail the documents, I would ask that you send them by Federal Express to me c/o Federal Express, 5500 Greenville Avenue, Dallas, Texas 75206, and ask FedEx to hold the package for pickup by me or my designated agent. Time is of the essence.
I also enclose the filings that I made with the Court there on August 14, 2014. You may check the court docket for the 300-or-so page sworn affidavit that I filed with all of the evidence of the stalking of the University of Montana employee whose name I am allegedly not allowed to write. Why was the hearing on the permanent order of protection canceled and never rescheduled? Why were the Motion to Dismiss and Motion for Discovery ignored by the Court? [Motion to Dismiss — Motion for Discovery — Affidavit of William M. Windsor dated August 14, 2014 — Affidavit Signature Page.]
William M. Windsor
110 East Center Street #1213
Madison, SD 57042
Read the full story of how Bill Windsor was illegally “arrested,” illegally incarcerated, illegally denied bond, and illegally denied discharge according th the law.
Part 1 is the background to the story. Part 2 discusses when Bill Windsor was handcuffed and taken to jail from a hearing in a civil suit that he filed against the people who have viciously defamed him in what is the largest case of defamation in U.S. history. Part 3 details early days in jail and attempts to get someone/anyone to help; the conspiracy to keep William M. Windsor in jail begins to come to light. Part 4 covers events from November 26, 2014 through December 2, 2014 as the corruption of Judge Bob Carroll erupts in full bloom. Part 5 introduces Ellis County Texas District Attorney Patrick Wilson into the corruption picture. Part 6 leads to a December 19, 2014 at which Bill Windsor was ordered released by Judge Cindy Ermatinger.