Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

I’m given to understand that the Cabin Boy™ has put his plans for LOLsuit VI: The Undiscovered Krendler on hold. It looks like he’s trying to concentrate on defending himself at the 22 December hearing for the stalking no contact order Lynn Thomas is seeking against him.

The Gentle Reader who has been following the Cabin Boy’s™ hijinks for the past two or three years may remember his bluster before his court dates related to his first peace order, his motion to modify that order, and my petition to have it extended. Schmalfeldt was ready to see me dragged off in handcuffs for perjury. He had found a couple of dozen examples of lies in various court papers filed by my lawyer. He was going to show the judge all sorts of evidence of my malfeasance and mopery (with and without the intent to lurk).ftrr20130910027Z

Of course, The Dreadful Pro-Se Schmalfeldt’s plan shipwrecked on the rocky shore of the rules of civil procedure and rules of evidence. The judge didn’t allow the Cabin Boy™ to present evidence that wasn’t related to the matters before the court. Here’s how he whined after his motion to modify was denied.ftrrnews201310161609Z copypopcorn4bkThe Cabin Boy™ doesn’t seem to understand what it takes to defeat a petition for a peace order (or stalking no contact order, etc.). He seems bound and determined to use the same approach on the 22nd that failed him in the past. I look forward to watching him fail again.

Stay tuned.

29 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. When someone keeps doing the same thing over and over again and expects a different result, what do they call that again?

  2. “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.

  3. Maybe William can present the same case to the Illinois court that he laid out in his email to the Tennessee police.

    “Mrs. Thomas asserts that I’m a deranged cyberstalker, but I’m probably not.”

      • Those are his GS13 editing skills at work, and I won’t have you mock them. They make him like an Army major, you know!

        Sometimes I really do believe that William only exists to delight me.

      • Do you think, “Mrs. Thomas asserts that I’m a deranged cyberstalker, but, I’m not,” would pass the smell test?

  4. First I want to apologize to all my brothers and sisters of the fraternal order of Police for having to listen to the sounds of children being raped for laughs and giggles and profit being played over and over again in a garlic and mayo scented environment.

    Second, poor Microsoft Martin, who had to exchange emails with the Fattawon.

    Third, to all of you who have waded through my comments praying for a comma or a predicate in the right place

    Ho ho ho

    Merry Christmas

  5. I think that the way to avoid a Peace Order/Order of Protection/Leave Me Alone Order is to leave people alone. Refrain. Stop. Cease. Find. A. Hobby. (Preferably one that does not involve contacting people and calling them names, or announcing what you think are their medical conditions.)

  6. It’s part of the Schmycle:
    1. BS, either on his own or at the behest of one of his handlers, picks a target.
    2. He tweets and emails that person, plus employers and family.
    3. The target asks him to stop.
    4. He taunts the person, and challenges them to sue him or have him arrested.
    5. They seek a restraining order, based on the behavior above.
    6. BS, in all cases except this involving Hoge, fails to show up, so he has no idea what was said in court.
    7. The court awards the restraining order.
    8. BS whines and claims the judge is stupid and/or the victim lied.
    9. Lather, rinse, repeat.

  7. You see, harassment/stalking is not a single incident, but a pattern of behavior, no single incident being enough, by itself, to cause the authorities to take action.

    This is why documenting the contacts are important.

    Each successful RO serves as the groundwork for making the next RO easier to get.

    Eventually, more than a single contact from Cousin Bill will be enough, on top of the pile of evidence of his prior behavior, to get a RO.

    His strategy of saying “but look, this contact was a very pleasant phone call/email/letter” will not diffuse the prior evidence, nor the current evidence, of his harassment.

    You lose, Cuz. You’ve already passed the point of “no credibility” in the eyes of the courts.

    Save yourself the train fare. Besides, we might have observers on the train…you should take pictures of everyone who looks at you, as evidence.

    • …until, eventually, members of the horde will be able to get ROs on spec, w/out e’en a single contact….

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