On May 3, 2016, I traveled to Atlanta, Georgia to retrieve my personal furniture, files, and other property from a storage unit. When I arrived, I discovered that someone, apparently my ex-wife, had stolen everything of value. ALL of my furniture was gone.
I contacted my ex-wife’s attorney for help or an explanation.
On May 5, 2016 at 3:07 pm, I received an email from John L. Welsh II, Attorney At-Law, 211 South Culver Street, PO Box 986, Lawrenceville, GA 30046, (678) 682-3871. In it, he says he represented “Ms. Barbara G. Windsor a/k/a/ Barbara Jane Gray….” He offered no help, but he made it clear to me that Barbara Gray _______ had apparently stolen my furniture and furniture belonging to others that was in my possession.
So, he THREATENED me. He wrote:
“I spoke with Ms. Windsor and she requested that I inform you that she does not want to have any contact with you. I am now making that a formal demand and any contact by you through phone calls, texts, emails, or otherwise will result in an application for a stalking warrant. Govern yourself accordingly.”
What a slimeball. I have not seen Barbara G. Windsor a/k/a Barbara Jane Gray since December 5, 2013. I have not been in Georgia since December 5, 2013. I have not spoken on the phone with Barbara G. Windsor a/k/a Barbara Jane Gray for several years, and when I last did, it was at her instigation. I have never texted Barbara G. Windsor a/k/a Barbara Jane Gray. I have not emailed Barbara G. Windsor a/k/a Barbara Jane Gray for several years. I have not mailed anything to Barbara G. Windsor a/k/a Barbara Jane Gray for several years. I have never put Barbara G. Windsor a/k/a Barbara Jane Gray under surveillance.
I responded to slimeball attorney John L. Welsh, II by email: