#BillSchmalfeldt Is Not a Victim

Lee Stranahan’s family are victims. Aaron Walker’s family are. Stacy McCain’s family are. Ali Akbar is one. So I am. We are all victims of Bill Schmalfeldt’s vile harassment. The difference between the others and me is that I’ve been in a position to hold Schmalfeldt at least partially accountable for his actions.

Cabin Boy Bill whines about how he is abused and harassed by other. That’s nonsense. He’s a bully, the kind who complains that it’s unfair when his target hits him back.

It’s been Bill Schmalfeldt who has posted obscene pictures with the faces of his targets photoshopped in. It’s been Bill Schmalfeldt who has made threats, lame ones mostly, but threats none the less. It’s been Bill Schmalfeldt who has sent harassing tweets after being told to stop contact and after acknowledging that order to cease. It’s been Bill Schmalfeldt who has been adjudicated a harasser. It’s been Bill Schmalfeldt who has had a peace order issued against him. It’s been Bill Schmalfeldt who has tried to be “cute” in skirting the edges of that order and who has strayed across the line.

Sore Loserman Bill is trying to legally escape from that peace order, first, by a Motion to Modify it so that, if he calls what he’s doing “journalism,” his harassment would be exempt, and, second, by appealing the order to the Maryland Court of Appeals. He also says he’s filing a motion to stay the order during the appeal. My only comment on his motions and such is that I’m pleased that my lawyer doesn’t bill me for the time she spends laughing. We will see how things turn out in court.

I’ve received a letter from the State’s Attorney’s Office reminding me to appear at Schmalfeldt’s probable cause hearing in District Court for the first five counts of violation of the peace order. That’s on the morning of 11 September. The information in the Application for Statement of Charges was only enough to establish probable cause that a summons be issued. It is only a small part of the evidence relating to my complaint.

I’ve tried to maintain a cheerful attitude through all this and meet Schmalfeldt’s usually risible behavior with the derision it deserves, but that isn’t always easy. For example, since the peace order was issued, I’ve received over 150 emails in the form of attempted comments to this blog from Schmalfeldt and his buddies on Team Kimberlin. I’ve posted some. Many are banal. Quite a few are obscene and talk about members of my family. It is sometimes difficult to maintain my composure in the face of such grotesque perversity.

Stay tuned.

7 thoughts on “#BillSchmalfeldt Is Not a Victim

  1. Solomon wrote about B. S. many centuries ago…

    Proverbs 6 … NASB

    12 A worthless person, a wicked man,
    Is the one who walks with a perverse mouth,
    13 Who winks with his eyes, who signals with his feet,
    Who points with his fingers;
    14 Who with perversity in his heart continually devises evil,
    Who spreads strife.
    15 Therefore his calamity will come suddenly;
    Instantly he will be broken and there will be no healing.


    16 There are six things which the Lord hates,
    Yes, seven which are an abomination to Him:
    17 Haughty eyes, a lying tongue,
    And hands that shed innocent blood,
    18 A heart that devises wicked plans,
    Feet that run rapidly to evil,
    19 A false witness who utters lies,
    And one who spreads strife among brothers.

    You are a class act Mr. Hoge in how you have handled this whole situation.

  2. “It is sometime difficult to maintain my composure in the face of such grotesque perversity.”

    not only am i in agreeance, but i empathize, sympathize, and apologize on behalf of humanity.

  3. I am reminded of reports of Ted Bundy’s final days. Ted Bundy had an enormous ego and thought he was too smart to ever be executed. A supreme self-confidence and a vaulted sense of superiority were two of his defining characteristics. He just knew the Florida would never execute him. Towards the end, that unwavering faith began to crumble. It was said that his personality disintegrated as the end approached.

    I am very much looking forward to watching Bill Schmalfeldt receive his comeuppance. Bill Schmalfeldt has broken the law in a particularly egregious way. And, he has done so in direct violation of a judge’s orders. Raping a fourteen year-old might only get you 31 days in jail nowadays, but, judges routinely throw the book at those whom defy their authority. Jail, or a mental hospital, seem to be a near foregone conclusion for the Cabin Boy. The real question is when he realizes that fact. It is hard to say. Given the enormity of his conceit I suspect it won’t be when he is indicted. Nor, will it be when his lawyer tells him to accept a plea negotiation. He may very well be serenely confident on the first day of his trial. When he is sentence to jail, or the mental hospital, he’ll probably think that it will be overturned on appeal. Probably, just before he has to report to jail the reality of his situation will dawn upon him. At that point, I expect to see him descend ever further into madness.

    John, I want to thank you on behalf of all the people Bill Schmalfeldt has harassed: from the mother in Wisconsin he threatened with the removal of her children, to Lee Stranahan, from Mrs Stranahan, to Tetyana Kimberlin, and from Ali Akibar, to Aaron Walker. I want to thank you for having the fortitude to stick it out, the willingness to fund the lawyers to pursue this matter, and the courage to not flinch before all the threats. Each of these people will receive a modicum of justice when Schmalfeldt enters jail or the mental hospital.

    Bill Schmalfeldt and Brett Kimberlin are such human filth that you feel soiled just having to deal with them. Someday, soon I hope, when they reside in prison you won’t.

    • Well said.
      When BS returned to the Kimberlin servers last week, I had a feeling he had received new orders to escalate. Any “peace” was and will always be a ploy to give them time to regroup.

  4. You should really make CBBS read all of the 150 emails in court, Mr. Hoge. I hope the court allows them as evidence.

    God bless you.

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