In Re Kimberlin v. Walker, et al.

The Montgomery County Circuit Court Docket shows that a large number of motions relating to the Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. nuisance lawsuit will be heard on 1 July. Because most of the interesting things I might write about the case at this point could be useful to The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin in preparing for that hearing, I probably will have very little of any substance to say about the case until after those motions are heard.

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

  1. I’m predicting the issues will be substantially narrowed on July 1st. It will be interesting to see what, if anything, Mr. Kimberlin will have left to proceed with.,

  2. Over at Blubber Sues Bloggers Bill Schmalfeldt is quoted as trying to faildox someone. Aside from the usual illegalities of faildoxing someone, Bill Schmalfeldt implicates himself for obstructing justice when he explicitly ties his demand for silence to John Hoge’s federal suit against him. Since, Bill has pretty much faildoxed his target already, one has to ask on what basis is Bill Schmalfeldt demanding silence? Could it be that Bill Schmalfeldt is implictly threatening to harass yet another person he randomly “found” on the internet?

    I doubt a federal judge would take very kindly to being informed that a defendant in a lawsuit was attempting to publish the personal information of potential witnesses against him in an effort to silence him.

    • Isn’t he being sued for copyright infringement? So why is he reproducing entire comments on twitter, without attribution?



      “…Schmalfeldt would probably cry, “look! I said not to do those terrible things!” Once again, this argument isn’t an absolute barrier, …. Schmalfeldt is engaged in apophasis, the rhetorical device of saying something by asserting you are not saying it. The disclaimer at the end is tepid, like most of his writing — the meat and heat of it is in his fervid imaginings of violence against us. It’s perfectly possible to frame a threat as a non-threat.”
      Ken White, (safe link).

      • I have to say that one of things I am most thankful about John Hoge hosting this blog is the fact that he occasionally reads the rantings of Bill Schmalfeldt so others don’t. I take full advantage of that privilege. The select quotes John, and some of the commenters, provide all I need to know about the man: he is pervasively intellectually dishonest. He will claim that day is night, black is white, or that the dog ate his homework if it suits him. Small children on the playground are less shameless in claiming, “Tommy did it first!,” or, “Timmy did it worse!,” than Bill Schmalfeldt. Debating Bill Schmalfeldt is pointless because Bill Schmalfeldt doesn’t think the truth or falsity of what he claims matters. The only thing that matters to Bill Schmalfeldt is venting hatred, instilling fear, and, preening prestige his station in live simply does not grant him.

        Fundamentally, I don’t give a rat’s ass what Bill Schmalfeldt thinks of me, and, I simply am not afraid of him. In the last analysis, his wife doesn’t want to be an accomplice. Nor, do I see the point of debating with a child [I know that is an insult to small children, but, I hope you see my point.]

        Someone else posting one of his ranting addressing me directly puts me in an awkward situation. I wouldn’t want it said that I don’t have an answer. On the other hand, there is no point in answering anything Bill Schmalfeldt, unless, of course, Bill Schmalfeldt litigates. Then, you just have to enjoy the laughs.

      • He just posted his counter suit against John Hoge on Scribd and at his new site He’s also suing Paul Krendler, presumably so he can find out who he is, because he refuses to believe that Paul sold John the rights to the piece, and he absolutely MUST see the contract! He’s also suing Chris Heather, because he’s Howard Earl/embryriddlealum.

    • Bill is also explaining that his friends were appalled that he had dropped the suit against all of us. So it would seem that they are the ones egging him on, and refusing to let him follow his doctor’s advice. yet we are the ones who are trying to kill him…..

      • The story becomes completely implausible when Bill Schmalfeldt uses the term “friends.” Had he just said “friend” it would have strained credulity.

  3. “Now, I will report aggressively on Brett Kimberlin’s lawsuit against Hoge and his co-defendants. But I will not be unbiased. I have news that I am sitting on until early next week. It is not good news for Hoge and his co-defendants. (I’ll tell you this much. I won’t say if it’s the state case, the RICO case, or both. Some will save themselves at the expense of others. This is not speculation.)
    And I can’t fucking WAIT until I can write about it without risking the outcome.

    And for every dollar Kimberlin takes from Hoge, for every piece of property Kimberlin takes from Hoge, for every bit of suffering Kimberlin causes Hoge, I will smile. I will laugh. God forgive me, I want the man to suffer. And according to this story I am sitting on, suffer he will.

    Remember where you read it.

    Suffer, he will. It won’t match what he’s done to me. But it will be a small measure of satisfaction to have lived long enough to see Karma bite him on his pockmarked, pimply ass.”
    Bill Schmalfeldt, 2/7/2014

  4. I am looking forward to the fallout from July 1 like Ralphie waiting for Christmas and the BB gun.

Leave a Reply