The Kimberlin v. Hoge peace order petition was denied.

Brett Kimberlin was not allowed to testify. He was also not allowed to represent his daughter.

UPDATE—Aaron Walker was present during this morning’s trial and has his report of it here.

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  1. Apparently the sawed off diddler is threatening legal action next? In response we get his gem from the world’s most unaware man.

    The Liberal Grouch ‏@GrouchyOldLib 21m21 minutes ago
    What I think he should have done in the first place. Peace Orders aren’t worth shit.

  2. Congratulations, but also my sympathies. Being harassed by a sociopathic midget diddler bomber cannot be much fun. But nice work. Congratulations.

  3. This is spectacular news! And, in other news:


    John Hoge? Not so much.

    Congratulations, sir! The Domestic Terrorist Brett Kimberlin and his vicious lies go down in flames. Justice wins again!

  4. Sigh. Someone still doesn’t understand collateral estoppel.
    “The Liberal Grouch
    16m16 minutes ago
    The Liberal Grouch ‏@GrouchyOldLib
    I would think it’s due to the lies I intend to prove in court. “

  5. This is GREAT news, John! I know you are relieved at the result even though everyone could see the absolute pettiness and vexatiousness behind the criminal Kimberlin. He will never attain the past glory of his attorney fathered was shown today.

    Not allowed to testify or represent! My how the mighty have fallen.

  6. “It’s in the books.”

    — William Smellfart, Twitter Attorney at Law, collector of multiple court orders from multiple states for harassment and stalking.

  7. “And they are not subject to debate.”

    — William Smellfart, Twitter Attorney at Law, collector of multiple court orders from multiple states for harassment and stalking.

  8. “Well, that was a waste of time.”

    — William Smellfart, Twitter Attorney at Law, collector of multiple court orders from multiple states for harassment and stalking.

  9. BK will not file criminal charges, their is no way he wants to let a prosecutor or out side lawyer into his hen-house.

    • Maybe not. But, I wouldn’t be too sure about that either, Minemyown. I only say that because as proven far too many times to count — there’s not much there in the brains department when it comes to the Team Kimberlin goons. And, their sole purpose is to harass and abuse our Gentle Host as much as possible. The Domestic Terrorist Brett Kimberlin may just be stupid enough to do it because due to his blinding rage and butthurt, he can’t manage to get out of his own way.

      Speaking of the brains department… the fact the Rectal Mouthpiece Bill Schmalfeldt thinks it’s just a grand idea for his “excellent friend” to file criminal charges pretty much says it all. I mean — we are talking about an Adjudicated Harasser and an Adjudicated Stalker many times over who is so “smart” he has shared, in no uncertain terms, that he believes Peace Orders “aren’t worth shit.”


      • “It won’t be a peace order that stops me.”

        — William Smellfart, Twitter Attorney at Law, collector of multiple court orders from multiple states for harassment and stalking.

      • Yes and no. BK has kept his sorry little butt out of jail by tap dancing on some VERY thin margins. Most crooks tend to be highly risk averse except in unusual circumstances (this doesn’t mean they can ANALYZE risk-reward ratios well, though).

        So yeah, he MIGHT be dumb enough to go down that road, but I’m going to go out on a limb here and say ‘Nah, he won’t.’

    • Yep. I don’t think the diddler bomber has thought this vindictive idea through.

    • Even if he wanted criminal charges to be filed against our illustrious host, TDPK wouldn’t be the one filing them. If he took this to a prosecutor, he’d be laughed out of the office.

    • The thing is, the civil charges have been frivolous. They have been losers beyobd losing. It’s very rare any of that stuff reaches a decision on the merits as it’s usually thrown out at the very lightest burdens of proof (like, even if we assume everything you say is true, is what you’re saying a tort that should lead to damages?… no)

      It takes someone like BK to sue over and over again over that kind of crap. But imagine a prosecutor doing it. Or imagine a prosecutor doing it with a much higher burden of proof, limited to crimes in the penal code.

      Not going to happen.

  10. “It won’t be a peace order that stops me.” — Bill Schmalfeldt

    “Peace Orders aren’t worth shit.” — Bill Schmalfeldt

    Correct me if I’m wrong here, Charles — but, isn’t this the same “collector of multiple court orders from multiple states for harassment and stalking” who CURRENTLY has Peace Order appeals against him working their way through the system?

    Just wow.

      • If the members of Team Kimberlin had any brains they wouldn’t be members of Team Kimberlin.

        Put another way, to be a member of Team Kimberlin one must:
        1) Be an absolute moron, or;
        2) Employ logic so distorted by ideology that reality can be shoved aside, or;
        3) Possess some combination of both 1) and 2).

      • Is there a term reasonably synonymous with “dunce” which includes the anal fetish?

        Roll around in the Hoggy Poo, kiddies!

        Everyone I’ve shown his timeline or any of his blog posts to, immediately asks what the hell is wrong with him. The words “insane” or “crazy” are usually used too.

      • I sometimes wonder if Schmalfeldt is paid to act that way. If not, then yeah, Schmalfeldt is a world-class dunce.

      • Professional idiot might be the one career he could have succeeded at.

    • In my neck of the woods, those two statements would get you an all expenses paid stay as a quest of the state.

      • Heh. Schmalfeldt is a real piece of work. His tweets seem to have no adherence what’s true, false, or hypocritical. He just wants what he wants at the moment he wants it. Whatever he says today can be the exact opposite tomorrow, and he doesn’t seem to care. I wonder why he’s that way?

      • Who knows. Something, somewhere went horribly, horribly wrong with him. He’s just this raging creature with no moral compass and the most desperate need for attention.

        And, you’re absolutely right about “he just wants what he wants.” He wants to be able to contact our Gentle Host whenever he wants to, for whatever reason he wants to, and he’ll be damned if anyone is going to tell him he can’t. EVERYthing that has transpired between him and John has been for ONE reason, and for ONE reason only… the Stalking Sociopath Bill Schmalfeldt just flat-out refuses to leave John Hoge and his family alone.

        And, he can call me a “Tw*t” all he wants to over there on his deranged Twitter feed, but it doesn’t change the facts in the least. Who knows why he is finding my initial point regarding Peace Order appeals so difficult to comprehend. I guess because… stupid.

        “Appeal paperwork for both decisions has been drawn up and will be filed over the weekend. One appeal is to the Circuit Court of Carroll County. The other is to the Circuit Court of Howard County.”

        And, lest we forget…

        “IT WON’T BE A PEACE ORDER THAT STOPS ME.” — Adjudicated Harasser and Adjudicated Stalker Bill Schmalfeldt

        “PEACE ORDERS AREN’T WORTH SHIT.” — Adjudicated Harasser and Adjudicated Stalker Bill Schmalfeldt

  11. Congratulations Mr. Hoge, and my sympathies that this terrorist scumbag won’t own his past like a man.

  12. What a beautiful vision of Schadenfreude……Kimberlin embarrassing himself before the Judge in his pathetic attempt to play lawyer – just like Dad – while his lackey, the Elkridge Horror, was twittering away from the back seats, so to speak, about how incompetent his Boss is. I wonder how the wee criminal Kimberlin is going to deal with that slight?

    Just sayin’

    • Bravo and thank you, both for the reportage and for being there for Mr. Hoge. May God bless you and yours.

    • To be fair, it’s all she knows. Children will also often behave the way they know their parent wants them too, even if they know their parent is in the wrong, because they want to keep the parent pleased with them.

    • We don’t know what pressure was brought to bear on her, or what stories she’s being told.

        • Let’s all agree to STOP mentioning the daughter of the convicted terrorist in our comments. Each and every time you mention or refer to her it will be saved and used against John in the future. PLEASE guys! I know you have the freedom to comment on anybody you want, but please layoff the teenager on his comment sections. It can only hurt John in he future and serves no real purpose here. We all know the problem is with Brett Kimberlin.

          • Okay, but I think it’s important to notice that per Aaron, the only person at the plaintiff’s table was Brett C. Kimberlin. All by hisself. Eventhough he was not representing anyone (he’s not a lawyer), nor was he allowed to testify in the case (he’s a convicted perjurer).

            All. By. Himself.

    • It made me furious. What kind of judge gets told that there has been no attempt to bespeak the young woman, never mind harass her, and gives the entirely innocent party a tongue lashing? It’s outrageous.

    • Totally off topic, but I really enjoyed your response to TDPK’s motion to strike. It was very well written.

      I do find it hard to believe you only spent 5 hours on it.

    • There is one thing that bothers me, when the judge told BK he could not present the case, did she ask K if she wanted a lawyer? IMHO she should have continued the case until the girl got a lawyer, had one appointed for her or the case was dropped.

      • The peace order petition was a civil case in which K. was the plaintiff. If I understand correctly, she isn’t entitled to have an attorney appointed for her in that situation.

  13. Something tells me the phrase “Brett Kimberlin’s daughter” is too far. She came, she testified, she lost. Until another legal document drops, maybe we should NOT mention/analyse or ruminate on the child. We’re the good guys. Good job John, your lawyer and Aaron for his write-up.

  14. From Aaron’s account, it appears that the appeals judge was emotionally affected by the daughter’s tears and testimony and temporarily suspended her professional judgment, bawling out John based on no facts at all. So Brett’s dirty little scheme to frame John came close to succeeding. That’s scary. Fortunately, the judge got back on track and came to the right decision, though her comments to John were unfounded and probably quite uncomfortable.

    • It’s scary what judges can get wrong. There was a case here in New Zealand I followed, and the judge essentially ignored testimony from medical doctors that the person claiming harassment was fragile based on the fact… she was on facebook.

      I kid you not.

  15. So, John has never called, emailed, tweeted, or mentioned K. Kimberlin except in passing, and the idiot judge still had the nerve to lecture John?

    This woman is an idiot. We’re lucky she didn’t issue a peace order because *feeeeelings*.

    I hate nonsense like this.

  16. “The apple doesn’t fall far and all…. ”

    Nope. It doesn’t. Just a little sociopath-in-training. It appears someone has picked the wrong path… as a career in acting seems far more fitting.

    And, don’t get me wrong here — I am beyond happy for John, and relieved to know that justice lives to see another day. However, I was sickened by the account of the judge chewing him out. John is a decent, honest, and respectable gentleman battling a bunch of evil pigs who would shut us all up if they could. And, what was with the nonsense of getting Aaron and John confused regarding the following on Twitter nonsense? I suppose keeping all of those stories and lies straight is pretty difficult.

    A whole family of damn liars.

    • I think that is unnecessary.

      Family is off limits. Even when the bad guys drag it in, they are off limits. This person you’re lashing at was there because of her father. God knows what the hell is going on behind closed doors. Just feel bad for this person that whatever happened in her childhood, she was brought to this point.

      I also think that sort of comment plays right into BK’s hands and could show up in the future as evidence. Is that sensible? Does it matter in Maryland? Remember, BK only loses most of the time. Once in the while he wins, usually because someone let him under their skin / Maryland being crazy.

      • Unnecessary? Well, you are most certainly welcome to your opinion, of course. However, if my comment was wholly inappropriate in a manner that would harm our Gentle Host (“playing right into BK’s hands”), I trust that he (1) understands that I would NEVER purposely make a comment that could/would harm him; and (2) he would either redact my comment or delete my comment in its entirety post haste (which I would entirely understand and expect if I stepped over a line).

        And, I could be wrong here — but, I’m assuming that John anticipated some comments would be made concerning the parties involved. And, if all such references to a specific party were not allowed, most likely the ability to comment would have been disabled. I have purposely not mentioned a name nor initials, and truth be told — what I quite simply did was call someone who lied… a “liar.” I don’t care if someone is 6yo, 16yo, or 60yo. When they lie they are a liar. Furthermore, and most importantly, I AM SOLELY RESPONSIBLE for my comments. Not John.

        A few different Lickspittles have expressed the opinion that she knows not what she does because of her upbringing, and she doesn’t know lies from the truth because she’s being raised by a sociopath. Well, wouldn’t it stand to reason then that a sociopath could raise a sociopath? Why, yes. Yes, it would. In fact, that is pretty much how sociopathy is created. It is a very common understanding in the study of psychology that psychopaths are born and sociopaths are made — hence, my “sociopath-in-training” comment.

        A few different Lickspittles have, too, brought her age into the equation — saying that a teenager is still a “child.” Well… that “child” and the lies that were told could very well have gotten a good-and-decent and innocent man forever adjudicated as a harasser/stalker of a minor. That is some serious, serious business right there. Would others just as concerned and just as understanding and forgiving and excusing of age, what goes on behind closed doors, and upbringing if this was their reputation at stake, and such a creepy adjudication would permanently blight their otherwise pristine record? I’m not so sure.

        Lastly, I can’t help but think… a teenager (“child”) of her current age — IN JUST TWO SHORT YEARS — would not only be able to enlist in the armed forces, but would be entrusted to fight for their country. So, forgive me if I don’t think it’s unreasonable at all to expect and insist on some honesty out of a 16yo teenager (especially in a court of law). And, I also don’t think it’s unreasonable for the “child” — and, more specifically the behavior (lying/perjury) — to be questioned, derided, commented on, and held to account.

  17. I will say my analysis (which Brett has continuously lied about) in this post remains accurate:

    She has spent the majority of her life influenced by a sociopath. Why on earth would we assume 1) she knows we are in the right, here, and 2) is thus knowingly choosing the wrong side? She is 16 years old. She has spent most of her life around a diagnosed sociopath. Why would we think she has any idea of the truth?

    • That would be a crying freaking shame. And, IMHO — would serve as nothing but a stick in the eye to everything our Gentle Host (and, Team Good Guys as a whole) have exerted much time, effort, money, and personal cost to avoid and prevent.

  18. Brett wasn’t permitted to serve as ersatz counsel…but to tell you the truth, I am not sure that really was a net plus. I think the judge might have for a clearer, earlier picture of just what is going on if he had been allowed to carry on in his usual fashion.

    He sets off a queasy feeling of half-a-bubble-off right away. It always looks like just what it is, (or at least iI does very quickly)… All about the Brett.

    I think the judge would have been informed by s performance,

    He’s bad at lawyering, and the chance he would be caught fudging facts would not only be high, but errors and exaggeration are more likely to be attributed to him and held against him.
    You know, he’s just “off”…He’s so squirrely, whiny, and. Full of himself . He’s irritating on several levels including the pitch and tenor of his voice and his physical mannerisms and bearing.

    And there is the revulsion, when it’s clear what he’s about, about how he is using the vulnerable to press his OWN interests.

    It’s true the judge walked back her initial, emotional impression when called to weigh conduct and law. As we are well aware, there is absolutely nothing there to even trump up a case that unwanted contact or “targeting” of the ostensible seeker of the peace order…quite the opposite. There is considerable effort made by not only Mr Hoge but everyone else to limit discussion of Brett Kimberlin to Brett Kimberlin and his bad deeds and his wacko claims.

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