The Gentle Reader who has been following The Saga of Team Kimberlin may remember the bravado with which William Ferguson approached his being named a defendant in the Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit.
He was oh-so-certain that the suit was doomed before it got off the ground.And then, when the court ordered him to appear at a hearing on 27 September, he tweeted this—Yesterday’s mail brought an envelope explaining the likely significance of that tweet with expect to Ferguson.The Very Ordinary Seaman Ferguson can’t be found by the Postal Service at the address where he received mail for several months, and he’s left no forwarding address. It looks as if he’s trying to hide.
As things stand now, Bill Schmalfeldt is the only defendant who is not trying to hide and/or is not refusing to inform the court of his correct address. Gentle Reader, what does that tell you about the bravery of the other members of Team Kimberlin?
Oh, one more thing … I don’t intend to answer Ferguson question about finding defendants just yet. He is likely to learn the answer the hard way.