As I noted yesterday, Judge Hecker issued an order concerning motions for sanctions and contempt in the Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit. I hit a trifecta. The judge denied both of the motions from the Kimberlins and the motion from the Cabin Boy™. He took less than a day to dispense with Schmalfeldt’s nonsense.
The judge’s ruling moots these two filings from the Kimberlins which I received in yesterday’s mail.
It also moots this opposition to The Dreadful Pro-Se Schmalfeldt’s BS that I filed yesterday by granting one of the alternative forms of relief I sought.
Now that the court has ruled on these motion, I will make a few brief comments on them.
As I noted in my opposition to the Kimberlins’ motion accusing me of forging a extract from the Walker v. Kimberlin, et al. trial transcript, my version of the transcript was identical to the official transcript on file with the case docket. Indeed, it was a copy generated from the PDF database of the official transcript. Thus, by accusing me of forgery, they were implying that the official transcript was forged. The court clearly didn’t buy that attempted tall tale. (The obvious joke is left to the Gentle Reader as an exercise.)
I suspect that the Kimberlins’ motion for sanctions has helped my case. I won’t say more than that for now.
As for the Cabin Boy’s™ ill-advised foolishness … I’ll bet it offered some suggestions for questions the judge may want to ask on Friday.
T-minus 3 days and counting.
Everything is proceeding as I have foreseen.
Oh, one more thing—
I also received this from the Kimberlins in yesterday’s mail:
I’ll just say this about that—The court didn’t ask the parties when we were available for the trial. We’ve been told when to show up.