Today, Judge Zwaig ruled that because Aaron Walker is a public figure he is not entitled to demand that Bill Schmalfeldt stop communicating with him via email and Twitter. I note that seems to be at odds with Judge Rasinsky’s dicta in his warning to Schmalfeldt on 28 February. Maryland’s misuse of electronic communications law is only recently on the books, and the courts are still sorting out how it will be interpreted.
I heard Bill Schmalfeldt say some interesting things under oath. He said that he is not paid for his work with Breitbart Unmasked. He also said that he does not know the identity of Breitbart Unmask’s publisher, The Watchful Avenger.
The Saga of Team Kimberlin continues to unfold. We will turn another page on Monday.
UPDATE—While reviewing my notes, I was reminded that Cabin Boy Bill Schmalfeldt seemed genuinely surprised that Aaron Walker had only one Twitter account.