The Dreadful Pro-Se Schmalfeldt™ says that the readers of this blog have great difficulty understanding what words actually say. Of course, sometimes the words are confusing.
The words that the Cabin Boy™ alleges that WordPress neglected to include in the DMCA takedown notice they forwarded to me list the following blog post as containing infringing material, http://hogewash.com/2014/06/20/in-re-schmalfeldt-v-hoge-5, and he describes that post as “It is a full page screencap of my copyrighted ‘Patriot-Ombudsman’ blog that I have since taken off line, but the copyright can clearly be seen at the bottom of the page. Used without permission.”
Here’s that post—
In Re Schmalfeldt v. Hoge
Originally posted on 20 June, 2014
On 19 June, 2014, the Maryland Court of Appeals denied Bill Schmalfeldt’s petition for a writ of certiorari. His appeal of the extension of the peace order will not be heard.
UPDATE—The Dreadful Pro-Se Schmalfeldt™ has asked this question …… and his question deserves an answer. The way that I’ll win the next “unwinnable” case is the same way I won the “unwinnable” peace order and the “unwinnable” peace order extension—by having the facts and the law on my side.
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<sarc>Now, the words that the Cabin Boy™ claims to have included in his takedown notice clearly seem to say that the post contains a “full page screencap” from Patriot-Ombudsman, so the Gentle Reader’s confusion is understandable.</sarc>
UPDATE—Added the <sarc> tags.