Bill, why don't you give my friend Kris Kobach a call??
In fact, I Just did – he is not happy that one of his ‘protected mothers’ is being stalked by the the likes of you.
[As per his request I sent the following fake forms with my name on it - from you to him.]
Kris Kobach - Secretary of State of Kansas
Kris W. Kobach is the Secretary of State of Kansas. He is also currently of counsel with the Immigration Law Reform Institute, the legal arm of the Federation for American Immigration Reform.
Safe At Home ACP – Domestic Violence
Secretary of State of Kansas since 2011
Bill Windsor and Lawless America --- are really that dumb??? You know the old saying “buy em books and buy em books….?”
So old Bill is up to his usual “cease and desist” rants…. Gonna sue this, that, him, her, other unseen others, civil, criminal, this, that—
So his latest terroristic tactic goes like this…
He grabs a bunch of blank forms… fills them in and uploads them and WE are supposed to believe (since Billy never lies) that he has ….again…. filed suit.
Another news flash for Bill and his lemmings. Blank forms are not to intimidating. Hell get me a case number a court date and a judges signature.
Stupid people are so annoying, especially when they are in ‘melt down.’
- Billy’s rambling post in pdf here
- Claudine Dombrowski fill in the blank form [I am like where did he get THAT address?] People like him are why I am so good at being a ghost.
My Actual Address [so when you do really file - like that will ever happen] I will be sure to get it.
Did you think I was lying??? – Oh I guess since you lie – then others must too…
Kansas Secretary of State SAFE AT HOME
Kansas is one of several states that offers an address confidentiality program. Safe at Home (SaH), enacted in 2006, provides a substitute address for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, trafficking or stalking as well as a free mail forwarding system for all first-class mail.
The program allows qualified participants to use the substitute address (post office box) on all public records instead of the residential address required by many other Kansas laws.
Victims can register to vote, obtain a driver's license, etc., without fear that such public records will put them at risk of being located by their abuser. Safe at Home offers participants an extra layer of protection and can be an important part of an overall safety plan.
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