Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


On 21 February, I filed a motion to compel compliance with discovery and a petition for a show cause order for contempt against Bill Schmalfeldt in the Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit. Under the terms of the scheduling order Judge Hecker issued in the case, the Cabin Boy™ had ten days to respond to my filings. I served the Cabin Boy™ by mail to his last known address the very same day as I filed the papers with the court.

popcorn4bkLet’s see now … the next day would have been the 22nd. Hmmm. 23rd, 24th, 25th, 26th, 27th, and the 28th. That’s seven days. The 1st of March, the 2nd, and the 3rd make ten days. Why, that would mean that the Cabin Boy’s™ responses were due yesterday, but I didn’t receive service of any such filings. If I didn’t, I’ll bet the court didn’t either. If that’s the case, then my motion to compel and my petition for a show cause order are unopposed. Judges are much more likely to grant an unopposed motion.

Stay tuned.

26 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. I think he believes his last stand is, “What are you going to? You can’t make me pay!” He wrongly believes you can’t touch him.

    Don’t say you haven’t been warned. Better to go down fighting like a man than be branded a coward. Oh wait.. too late.

  2. Schmalfeldt: I object! Hoooooooooooooooooooooge knew I had already moved away from Wisconsin, so he shouldn’t have been mailing anything official to Wisconsin!

    Judge: According to official court documents, your address is listed as being in Wisconsin. If you moved, it was your duty to this Court that you inform this Court of your change of address. Having chosen not to do so, you are in contempt of this Court’s rules. Mr Hoge sent the documents to the appropriate address. The Court finds you in contempt in multiple instances.

    Schmalfeldt: Hoge am not law!

    Judge: But I am.

    • CHOICES lead to ACTIONS.
      ACTIONS lead to CONSEQUENCES.
      CONSEQUENCES lead to RESPONSIBILITY.
      RESPONSIBILITY for the CONSEQUENCES of the ACTIONS belongs to he who made the CHOICES in the first place.

      Even in PRETENDYLAND, Iowa.

  3. This being Maryland, failure to comply by a date certain is possibly followed by the court extending the time and then ignoring the new deadline.

    Or maybe not.

  4. Hopefully there is some consequence to Mr. Fakinsons deciding to tweet himself into a political conversation where no one cares about his schmaltard opinion instead of dealing with his affairs in the world where people like judges do care.

  5. If you want to lose a case:

    1st. Harass a grieving mother for years
    2nd: get 9 restraining orders, including women and children against you
    3rd: Make false claims against a government contractor with a critical government agency
    4th: Fake a serious progressive disease for money
    5th: When sued file false report against plaintiff asking for mental evaluation
    6th: Write that Plaintiff had sex with recently deceased wife for ten days while being sued for defamation
    7th: Lie to the judge in the case that you are invalided then provide proof of said perjury ad nauseum on twitter…..
    8th: Blow off discovery, twice
    9th: Lie in court documents

    this excerpted from the leftist handbook for the self immolator 13th edition Chuck Schumer editor

  6. The AP published Karen Pence, the Second Lady’s, private email address. They refused to take it down. Clearly, someone has the same low journalistic standards that deranged cyberstalker Bill Schmalfeldt has.

    • I wonder how quickly if someone published the private email addresses of those who leaked it so 4chan and anonymous could have at it.

      Guaranteed apology before you could say “rules for thee but not for me”

    • This shouldn’t surprise anyone. They hate trump but can’t do anything to him directly because they know the consequences. In true liberal pussy fashion they go after the relatively weak target regardless if that person has committed an offense.

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