In Re Kimberlin v. Walker, et al.

My morning was spent in a strategy meeting with my pro bono local counsel for the Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. lawsuit. All the filings necessary at this stage should be delivered to the court before the due date. I have no further comment on the suit for now—except to say there may be interesting news over the next couple of weeks and that my offer to settle the matter for a payment to me of $1,000,000 remains on the table until my lawyer files his appearance on my behalf with the court.

Stay tuned.

15 thoughts on “In Re Kimberlin v. Walker, et al.


  1. Say Kimberlin’s rich Aunt comes through and he pays you a million dollars. What portion of that will the lickspittles get? I think $0.25 apiece would be plenty but I know you have a generous heart and may wish to give as much as $0.30


  2. Beware John when the number of your lickspittles reaches 51! While you might have been successful in evading the minimum wage, Obama is going to make you give us healthcare!


  3. Word on the street is that BS is not the only person in the circle that the long knives went out for – and that perhaps other victims had a different reaction.


  4. So this (maybe) explains BS’s weird article which he tweeted that had a screen cap of your “light blogging” to which he responded. “Given the tone of this post, I’m guessing Mr. Hoge is about to be sent home from the Court Commissioner again.” If the man wasn’t such a willing tool of evil, I’d pity him for his inability to comprehend reality.


  5. Sitting on the edge of my seat. Been following this saga from beginning. Will shout when all of them finally get what they deserve.


  6. ALERT! BS, blames others for his choices! How dare a retired senior citizen with a heart condition defend himself against BS’s relentless cyberstalking! How dare he!
    How many times has he “retired” now because of the “stress”?


  7. Now the Cabin Boy is having his own Twitter Pity Party. Oh poor Cabin Boy, nothing is his fault. Everyone else is bad, not him.


    • This behavior reminds me of the movie, Moonstruck. Cher’s fiancee has to fly to Sicily to be at the bedside of his allegedly dying mother. Sheesh, he sounds like an old Italian grandmother.


  8. BS a couple years ago:

    “On January 31, 2000 I saw Dr. William Koller – the same doctor the neurologist at the ER in Naples wanted to send me to 90 days earlier. We did all the tests again. And he made the diagnosis.
    “How do you feel about that?” he asked me. “Beats Lou Gehrig’s Disease,” I said. He smiled and patted me on the shoulder. “Remember, Bill… it’s not a death sentence. It’s a life sentence.” http://www.youandmemagazine.com/articles/parkinsons-disease-not-kharmakhemistry

    BS today: It’s a death sentence! No one can talk about the way he behaves because PARKINSON’S! Everybody who even talks about him – does not contact him in any way, shape or form – is harassing him.

    BS rewriting history:
    Bill Schmalfeldt ‏@Fite_Rite_Radio 6m
    Please explain to him that if Hoge had never filed a charge against me, I wouldn’t even know who the fuck he is. 3:33 PM – 1 Oct 13 · Details
    Except for all that harassment by BS based on Hoge showing Stranahan some courtesy and kindness.


  9. Dudle DoWrong, warned of minefield, ignores it because he thinks he has superpowers. Steps into minefield. Wonders how to withdraw without detonating a mine. Starts screaming like a little girl and blames others.


    • I have been out for most of the day, therefore my interwebz time has been somewhat limited. My word. I could hear the CAPS-LOCK screeching, whining, bitching, and blaming Pity Party before I even opened up the iPad. Good grief.

      The mistruths, coupled with the “everyone is making me die” psuedo-hysteria, is the stuff a weak-minded narcissist (with a heavy dose of derangement) is made of… apparently.

      Every last one of us are products of our choices — good and bad. The “Blame Game” accomplishes nothing but to prove to those paying attention that some people are simply unwilling to accept responsibility for their own decisions and actions.

      Just checked my Sympathy Meter…um…yeah…I got nuthin’. *smh*

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