On 8 March, I was at the Walker v. Schmalfeldt Peace Order hearing at the District Courthouse in Ellicott City, Maryland, as a potential witness. The hearing was continued until 22 March because the death of Bill Schmalfeldt’s mother.
During the brief hearing on the 8th, the judge brought up a Motion to Dismiss that had been filed in the case. Neither Aaron Walker, who is representing himself pro se, nor Schmalfeldt’s lawyer Tae Kim were aware of the motion. It appears that Cabin Boy Bill Schmalfeldt has been getting some free legal help.
The motion, which reads suspiciously like motions filed by The Dread Pirate Kimberlin in the Virginia Walker v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit, was filed on 4 March, but was not served on Aaron Walker in a timely manner. Indeed, the judge had to have court staff make copies for both Mr. Walker and Mr. Kim. A copy was mailed by some unknown person from Ellicott City to Mr. Walker on the afternoon of the hearing.
This brings up several questions.
Was serving the motion on Aaron Walker TDPK’s excuse for lurking about the courthouse parking lot on 8 March? Since someone else could have served Mr. Walker, was TDPK merely looking for an excuse to justify his stalking of the Walker family?
Schmalfeldt was in Milwaukee on the 8th; who mailed the motion to Aaron Walker? Did TDPK mail it?
Did TDPK draft the motion for Schmalfledt? Wouldn’t that be practicing law without a license?
Inquiring minds want to know.