Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


We’ve recently been looking at some of Bill Schmalfeldt’s failed attempts to use the Team Kimberlin formula of pro se LOLsuits to harass people who have written truthfully about him and his activities. This Legal LULZ Du Jour from four years ago today dealt with some of The Dreadful Pro-Se Schmalfeldt’s posturing before he filed his LOLsuit VII: Degenerations.

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MU201607151616ZMU201607151618ZI sincerely doubt that the Cabin Boy™ will ever see Sarah Palmer in Chicago. He has failed to [redacted]. Furthermore, Wisconsin [redacted], whereas Illinois [redacted]. So it’s much more likely that The Dreadful Pro-Se Schmalfeldt should be making reservations for travel to North Carolina. Considering how far the relevant federal courthouse is from a decent airport, he might want to check with Greyhound.

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The U. S. District Court in Chicago took one look at the complaint Schmalfeldt file in LOLsuit VIII and assigned a lawyer to review it. After meeting with Schmalfeldt, the lawyer quickly dismissed the suit.

It turned out that the Cabin Boy™ did wind up meeting Sarah Palmer in a courtroom. In North Carolina. As the respondent in a hearing for a restraining order. That was granted.

Have I mentioned that things related to Bill Schmalfeldt almost always proceed as I foresee?

3 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. “Have I mentioned that things related to Bill Schmalfeldt almost always proceed as I foresee?” But you started foreseeing early. That takes some talent, divination-wise. After a while even my 6-year-old grandson could foresee a looming Schmalfeldt failure. (He wouldn’t know why Schmalfeldt would fail, he’d just know he was a general failure at everything he sttempted.) LOL

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