At 9 am on 16 October, 2013, I was waiting in the my lawyer’s conference room for her to meet me so that we could walk over to the courthouse together. The Cabin Boy’s™ motion to modify the peace order was scheduled for that morning. (It was denied, BTW.) Because he had been touting a big story to be posted at 9 that morning, I got out my iPad and took a look at the Patriot-Ombudsman website. Here is what I found.Thanks to the Cabin Boy’s™ post, I knew what The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin was handing me when he gave me a thick envelope with a copy of the original RICO complaint about a half-hour later in the foyer of the courthouse. When I got home after lunch, I found this on Cabin Boy’s™ website.Schmalfeldt had posted the entire text of the RICO complaint. On 16 October.
Here is what the PACER docket shows about when the complaint was filed and when it was posted.So the Cabin Boy™ claims that he never posted anything before it was published on PACER, yet his posting of the RICO complaint is timestamped on 16 October and the PACER docket shows that it was published on 17 October.
Someone is lying, but it isn’t me.
UPDATE—BTW, the passage from my reply to a couple of The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin’s oppositions to some of my motions that the Cabin Boy™ is so worked up about is this.You will note that I didn’t claim that he published actual docket items per se in each case but that he published information contained in filings before the filings were publicly available. Considering that his tweets and blog posts have been backed up by multiple persons and considering that the docket on PACER is datestamped for both date of filing and date entered into the system, it should not be surprising that all the information needed to back my assertion exists. I wouldn’t be surprised if it hasn’t already been compiled.