Bill Schmalfeldt hasn’t been consistent in his claim that Patrick Grady is Paul Krendler. He published a book in which he claimed to be Krendler and more or less simultaneously went off on a tangent accusing a woman by the name of Lynn Thomas of being Krendler. The book contain plagiarized material, and the Cabin Boy™ published forged email to try to prove that Mrs. Thomas was Krendler. This TKPOTD was originally published two years ago today—
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The Dreadful Pro-Se Schmalfeldt insists on making his opponent’s case.The alleged email from Lynn Thomas attached to that tweet contains a no-contact request. At the very least, that tweet prevents the Cabin Boy™ from saying that he never received such a request from Mrs. Thomas.
However, it is more likely that the text of the email is a forgery. The style of writing is very much unlike Mrs. Thomas’s, but it is quite like the Cabin Boy’s™. Indeed, Mrs. Thomas would be unlikely to refer to herself as an “obviously ill woman,” and she would be unlikely to use the term DUMBFUCK, even to describe the Cabin Boy™. Moreover, the Cabin Boy™ has a track record of altering documents, and there appear to be technical inconsistencies between the text and header of the alleged email. Also, there is a piece of evidence external to the email that makes if extremely unlikely that Mrs. Thomas could be the author. It will be interesting to see how the Cabin Boy™ tries to talk his way out of the mess he’s created for himself.
If, as I believe, the alleged email is a forgery, the Cabin Boy will not enjoy the consequences.
UPDATE—A second forensic analysis of the images posted confirms the opinion that the text of the email is a forgery.
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Of course, Lynn Thomas wasn’t and isn’t Paul Krendler. The net result of the Cabin Boy’s™ failing forgeries was one of the dozen restraining orders issued against him.