Legal LULZ Du Jour

This is from an exhibit submitted by the Cabin Boy™ as evidence with both his Complaint and Proposed Amended Complaint in his LOLsuit VI: The Undiscovered Krendler.Hoge or Johnson

It appears to be altered.

IANAL, but I’ve been told that it’s a bad idea to proffer an altered document to a court of law.

32 thoughts on “Legal LULZ Du Jour

  1. Billy’s JWR-fueled thinking is transparent here: “Obviously HOOOOOOOOOOOOOGGGGEEEE!! sent it! Oh, wait, he actually has legal resources to fight back. Obviously, JOOOOOOOOOOOOHHHHNNNNSONNNN!! sent it!”

    Such a coward, that Billy.

    • In Maryland, yes. We have yet to see how the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin (Milwaukee Division) feels about it.

  2. I’m a godless foreigner, so pardon my ignorance on this. But aren’t amendments for, y’know, fixing stuff?

  3. I too have heard this theory that submitting altered evidence in a court proceeding is a bad idea. But in regards to Team kimbergarten I have seen no evidence to support it.

    Maybe its like global warming, global cooling, climate change – an idea sold as scientific but actually taken on faith despite all evidence to the contrary. Because, shut up.

    Oh, wait….

  4. If the person whose name is crossed out were interested, he could probably make an appearance in the case.

    Same for the oft mentioned head of the cabal/cult.

  5. Their is an approved way to do strike outs–well used to be–when submitting things like an affidavit for warrants, Bill did not attempt to do it the right way.

  6. I don’t get how he decided that the anonymous email was from one person or another, and I really don’t understand what the hell he thought he was gaining by that.

    It’s Saturday. I am not at work. But Miss Scarlett was seen swinging a frying pan in the pantry. I don’t know why.

          • Or baseball bats, or trucks full of sulfuric acid…

            “I say that unless someone is dragging @Popehat……and Frey OUT OF THEIR OFFICES and BREAKING THEIR KNEES WITH BASEBALL BATS because of this, then there is nothing for them to worry about. Words are just words, and they cannot harm you. “Sticks and stones,” as they say.

            Or, baseball bats.

            And let it NOT be said that the Liberal Grouch advocates anyone using baseball bats to break the kneecaps of either Mr. White or Mr. Frey! Nothing could be further from the truth. In fact, if you have it in your mind that if Nadia Naffe were a friend of yours and some scumbag attorney used the powers of his office to dig up and use private information against her, whoever did it (or defends him) DESERVES to have their knees broken with baseball bats, let me dissuade you of that notion here and now.

            That is not what baseball bats were made for.

            For one thing, a wooden bat could break if it were used in such a reckless and lawless fashion. And if you think you can get around that by using an aluminum bat, guess again. An aluminum bat (unless it is reinforced with a lead center) would likely bend under such pressure. Now, I hear the crafty ones out there saying, “Yeah? Well, what if I drill out the center of a WOODEN baseball bat, fill IT with lead, cover the tip with Plastic Wood? Wouldn’t THAT do the job?”

            Again, I say, you are wasting your time with all that effort. Tire irons are much more readily available.

            And I am NOT saying that Patrick Frey and Kenneth White deserve to be dragged from their offices, out to the street in front of their offices, and thus have their knees broken by ANYTHING, be it a tire iron, or a lead pipe, or a lead-filled baseball bat. Nor should they be taken by a group of four or five strong men (or women) and thrown in front of a moving truck. You would have to consider the emotional damage that would be done to the innocent truck driver, unless the truck driver agrees to be part of your conspiracy in the first place. And a truck might swerve to miss Mr. Frey and/or Mr. White, the driver could lose control, jackknife his trailer and cause a lot of damage to people and property. And if it’s a truck with a hazardous payload, like sulfuric acid, I don’t think I need to tell YOU how severe the environmental damage would be.”

            – WM Schmalfeldt, on or about August, 2013, quoted from

          • BTW, and FYI, the internet never forgets.

            And various and sundry peoples have connections to, say, the Washington Post. And other local papers.

            Just saying…

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