If one searches for any information related to William Schmalfeldt on PACER, the federal Public Access to Court Electronic Records system, here’s what is returned:The only case in the entire federal system with a document relating to the Cabin Boy™ is The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin’s RICO Madness. The Gentle Reader may remember that the Cabin Boy™ sent a couple of letters to Judge Grimm which were returned because they had no bearing on that case.
According to the Clerk’s office at the U. S. District Courthouse in Baltimore, if a suit had been filed, even one seeking in forma pauperis status, it would have been posted on PACER not later than close of business on the day after it was received. It would be tagged as pending until the pauper’s status was determined. It’s after close of business, and there’s no such case on PACER. That means that the Clerk did not receive any such lawsuit by Thursday. Even if TDPS had mailed the suit, it should have made it to the court by yesterday. [Note: The clerk providing this information was one of the day-shift crew who works normal business days. The night and holiday staff was not available.]
I suspect that the Cabin Boy™ is lying about filing suit. Of course, I could be wrong. He could easily prove me wrong by publishing what he filed just as he published TDPK’s original RICO Madness complaint.
Don’t hold your breath.