Bill Windsor files 284 criminal charges against Sean Boushie with three law enforcement agencies

Sean Boushie, employee of the University of Montana, appears to be a professional cyberstalker.

Sean Boushie, employee of the University of Montana, appears to be a professional cyberstalker.

Bill Windsor filed 284 criminal charges against Sean Boushie with three law enforcement agencies on August 12, 2013 (Missoula Police Department, University of Montana Police, and Ravalli County Sheriff’s Department).

The Missoula County Court and the Missoula Municipal Court are messing around. I was finally able to file an appeal in the Municipal Court about 1:00 pm that will be sent to the District Court. It’s supposed to be “immediately reviewable” because you are in danger.  There was nothing done on it today.  So much for immediately reviewable.

The Missoulian newspaper’s crime reporter, Kate, treated me the way I have been treated by other newspapers that cover up the corruption. I always know when the meeting is held in the lobby with an open conference room in plain sight.

Folks were shocked at one of the local TV stations. Now we’ll see if they follow up.  Perhaps the best news of the day is that the general manager of one of the television stations came out to see me.  It turns out he knew my Dad (who was extremely well-known in the television business after being a pioneer and in the business for 50 years).  He spoke highly of him, and I would have to think that will carry some weight when he passes the package off to the news director.  At the third TV station I visited today, a man who was clearly one of the managers told the receptionist to be sure my package got to the news director.

The best response was when I filed criminal charges against Sean Boushie at the Missoula Police Department. The officer couldn’t believe his ears and eyes. He was shocked that the University of Montana had done nothing. We discussed the various theories for why.  The Police Report number is P130812-012.

In addition to the Missoula Police Department, I filed formal charges with the University of Montana Police and the Ravalli County Sheriff’s Department.  Sean Boushie has committed crimes in each of their jurisdictions.  Now we’ll see if they act on this information.  The Ravalli County Sheriff’s report number is 13OFF-2244.  I have not yet receive a report number from the University of Montana.

I delivered packages to the editor and publisher of the paper, the general managers and news directors of the local TV stations, the Chief of Police, The Chief of the University Police, the President of the University of Montana, and assorted others.

I have more to deliver tomorrow, and I hope some of the media folks will call me back for meetings.

The Clerk of the Ravalli County District Court returned my call late this afternoon to say the judge had not yet dealt with my filings.  She indicated he would do so tomorrow.  That’s going to be interesting.  I toned down what I wrote about his previous order, but it still basically called him a crook.

So, let’s see what happens.  Meanwhile, I am preparing to film on the University of Montana campus on Wednesday.  I will ask students to comment on what Sean Boushie has done and what the University hasn’t done.

Then Thursday brings Mrs. Sean Boushie and Sean Boushie for depositions.  Sean Boushie’s will continue on Friday.  The depositions will be filmed.

Sample Cover Letter to Media and Law Enforcement – 2013-08-12

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Sworn Affidavit of William M. Windsor and 128 Exhibits

 

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