Team Kimberlin spins all sorts of false narratives against their enemies. The TKPOTD from two years ago deals with one example.
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Bill Schmalfeldt’s latest false claim about being harassed is based on his hurt feelings caused by someone allegedly sending him a blog comment with a link to a photoshopped picture of him eating what appear to be human fetuses. The original version of the photo—which the Cabin Boy™ created and posted on Twitter—shows him eating kittens instead. The Cabin Boy™ has an elaborate story about how the picture was sent from Manassas, Virginia, so it must have been sent by Aaron Walker.
Northern Virginia is one of the main hubs of the Internet. The address the Cabin Boy™ claims the comment passed through is very close to a university campus and computing center. <sarc>Ergo, the only person who could have sent the comment must be Aaron Walker.</sarc>
I’m reminded of an earlier incident when the Cabin Boy™ stated that he was positive that certain writings were in Aaron handwriting. Of course, it was obvious that they weren’t. They were legible. Similarly, the photoshopping in the image that has the Cabin Boy™ spun up is too well done to be Aaron’s handiwork.
More to the point, why would Aaron send such comment to Bill Schmalfledt? Aaron appears to be on the verge of delivering a good outcome for his clients in the LOLsuit VI: The Undiscovered Krendler. Why would he blow up their case with such a juvenile stunt?
I’m further reminded of the hoax Schmalfeldt tried to pull off by claiming the letter he sent me in January, 2015, was a forgery. I’m reminded of the forged emails he claimed were from Lynn Thomas. I’m reminded of … well, you get the point, I think, Gentle Reader. This smells like one of the Cabin Boy’s™ previous attempts to falsely tag one of his enemies with manufactured evidence of imaginary bad acts.
It’s all becoming quite tiresome.
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Lying liars gotta lie.