Over the years, I’ve lost count of the times Team Kimberlin has forecast the direst of dire direness would befall me in court. Eight years ago today, Bill Schmalfeldt’s motion to modify the peace order issued against him was denied, and I published this post about his False Prophecies.
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Bill Schmalfeldt is a false prophet, or perhaps I should say he has a rather poor record of predicting my future.As Judge Stansfield told him, the things already decided by the Court weren’t up for review in a motions hearing. Res judicata and all that. And the 24 alleged perjuries in my lawyers answers to his motion were never discussed. My disagreement with his point of view did not constitute perjury, and, even if it did, it wasn’t relevant to his motion.Schmalfeldt seems to be confused about the relationship between civil torts and crimes. There was essentially no chance of my being arrested today.I pointed out in an earlier post that I already have a nice pair of Smith & Wesson Stainless handcuffs left over from previous employment. I really do. I found this old picture of them.UPDATE—To answer inquiries, it’s a Colt Detective Special (Third Model).
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BTW, that peace orders was the first of dozen restraining order the Cabin Boy™ collected in five states.