There are days when I wonder why Brett Kimberlin would have wanted Bill Schmalfeldt as part of Team Kimberlin, unless it was simply to use him to harass his perceived enemies. The Cabin Boy™ has often been a pain in the neck (or a couple of feet lower) to deal with, and this Prevarication Du Jour from three years ago today dealt with a series of lies he tried to spread about a rather disgusting image that he probably put into wild himself.
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David Edgren has a post over at the Artisan Craft Blog dealing with a recent blog post by the Cabin Boy™ which quotes Schmalfeldt as saying that the emails he sent back in 2015 which had a now-infamous picture of his late wife attached contained “instructions” that the picture not be published.
One of those emails was sent to the Carroll County Sheriff Jim DeWees and several of his deputies. I was cced. The email to Sheriff DeWees contains no instructions regarding publication of the picture. The Gentle Reader can read that email (with the images redacted) here. The other email was sent to a law enforcement agency in Massachusetts. I haven’t seen it, but I’d bet folding money that it also lacks any prohibition on publication of the image.
Of course, I have never put that image in a blog post here at Hogewash!—it’s not in the blog’s media files to be posted—and if I found it in a comment, I would immediately delete it.
UPDATE—This just appeared in my Twitter Notifications as part of what appears to be a Feldtdown.There are quite a few other possible explanations about how that picture of Mrs. Schmalfeldt made it into the wild on the Interwebz. One obvious possibility is that the Cabin Boy™ published it himself. I’m unaware of any evidence that would prove he did, but it’s still possible. Certainly, there is no evidence that Scott Hinckley or I ever published the photo.
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Schmalfeldt published vile and crudely photoshopped pictures of other persons’ family members, but AFAIK, none of his victims ever published actual images of the Cabin Boy’s™ family.