From time to time, Brett Kimberlin would offer rewards of $100,000 or more for information about election fraud or other things his not-for-profits were “investigating.” Bill Schmalfeldt also offered fake rewards, but they were never so grandiose. Six years ago today, I claimed one the Cabin Boy’s™ reward, but he reneged on the offer.
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I hereby claim half the reward. The other half should go to Brett Kimberlin for outing me in his Kimberlin v. Team Themis, et al. RICO 2: Electric Boogaloo LOLsuit complaint.
I should get my share for verifying my address and phone number. They are are 20 Ridge Road, Westminster, Maryland 21157, and (410) 596-2854. Since I don’t have a SEEKRIT SITE, I cannot provide a non-existent password.
Failure to pay the reward forthwith will be considered proof by the Cabin Boy™ that The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin is lying in his complaint.
UPDATE 2—The Cabin Boy™ has verified in a comment below that he won’t honor his reward offer. Furthermore, under the conditions outlined above, he appears to confirm that Brett Kimberlin lied in his RICO 2 complaint.
UPDATE 3—Perhaps the Gentle Reader is wondering why the Cabin Boy™ offered the reward. One might guess that he feels flush with insurance cash, but I don’t think that’s the reason. I think he’s taken a page out of the Team Kimberlin playbook of offering a reward with no intention of paying. I’ll bet he believes that the “reward” gives him a basis for saying that some anonymous person ratted out [insert harassment target’s name here] as Krendler and that it provides cover for his next faildox.
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In fact, Kimberlin was lying. I am not now and I have never been Paul Krendler.