AmericaFarm Blog Officially Discredited

Bill White officially disowned AmericaFarm’s blog about him last night for creating months of annoyance with weird activities that quite frankly, no one can understand or explain. As I mentioned yesterday this person put a whole pile of erroneous content online which caused others to believe in events which never transpired. There are lot more annoying things that AmericaFarm has done, but it’s waste of time explaining them.

All you need to know is that Bill says don’t use or visit her blog because she’s no longer on friendly terms with him and is writing weird things deliberately to be spiteful.

On a related note, someone appears to have hacked my site – a button to the left appears to have moved 5mm. Sometimes my avatar get’s changed too. Must be some person who apparently likes to target wordpress blogs to make minor cosmetic alterations. What a cad. I won’t be able to use my dashboard properly with the button 5mm to the left.

The story on overthrow (if I can post the link, it’s so damn hard to use the dashboard with that button over there) is at:


Bill has been moved…..again!

No Corrlinks at this place and the odds he will have missed any letters. So…if you said anything important, you will need to resend it.

Mail letters or correspondence to:

John Polk Correctional Facility
Attn: William A. WHite 201400005514
211 Bush Blvd. Sanford, FL 32773
* Include inmate’s name and booking number on the envelope.

Inmate Account Deposits
When sending money for someone’s account it should be in the form of a cashier’s check or money order made out in the name of the individual including their booking number. “Deposit Only” should be noted on the exterior of the envelope in the lower left side. Include “UG1-211 Bush Blvd” on the money order.

Note: Funds may only be deposited to an inmate’s account by a person registered on the inmate’s approved visitor list.

Mail Funds to:
Seminole County Sheriff’s Office “SCSO”
100 Bush Blvd
Sanford, Fl, 32773
Attn: Inmate Finance



Evidentiary Challenges to Social Media Evidence Now Routine When Best Practices Not Utilized

There has been no user authentication in Bill’s case either, meaning that none of the social media evidence is technically admissible and is therefore heresay. But, because it’s Bill White, the government thinks it can bend rules around like a discarded pretzel. The grounds on which these cases were attested apply to both legal farces in Roanoke and the one impending Florida.

Next Gen eDiscovery Law & Tech Blog

by John Patzakis

This past month of April saw a surge in case law involving social media cases with 112 cases published on Westlaw, representing a substantial increase from January of this year. There is no question that the volume of social media cases continues to rapidly increase each month. Note that this survey group only involves published cases on Westlaw. With less than one percent of total cases resulting in published opinions, and considering this data set does not take into account internal or compliance investigations or non-filed criminal cases, we can safely assume that there were tens of thousands more legal matters involving social media evidence that were adjudicated, or otherwise resolved last month alone.

What I found particularly compelling about these 112 April cases, is that six of those cases involved evidentiary challenges to social media based upon improper foundation and authentication grounds. Specifically, those cases are:

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Finally: The Roanoke Verdict

I have yet to hear from Bill – so for now this is just ‘hearsay’, but things turned out pretty much as I expected – 92 months consecutive followed by three years probation.

From the Roanoke Times:

“Then, Turk expressed what he described as a significant concern with the prosecution.
“I think the government is trying to prosecute you for your beliefs, largely for your beliefs,” Turk told White. “If you hadn’t been Bill White, prosecution would have been in state court.”

Turk said authorities probably would have processed in juvenile and domestic relations court a matter like White’s involving somebody else. But, continuing the point, Turk told White he’s virtually a public figure and the general public disagrees with his views.”

My point is proven – that it’s a ) A matter of politics and b) Is really just an over-inflated domestic incident. Fortunately Judge Turk still has common sense and ethics.

And once again the media has trotted out their favourite picture of Bill…which Bill says is not actually his picture.

Now we can move on to the Florida trial, which, as far as I can tell, seems to be just a bunch of statements revolving around silly comments on the internet, a lot of which appears to be random blog trolling by anonymous people. The fact that stupid emails is all they can attempt pin on Bill after years of desperate searching just goes to show how utterly and completely harmless he actually is.