LOLsuit III: The Search for Schlock was one of Bill Schmalfeldt’s silly attempts to sue me. The suit only lasted a couple weeks until the court dismissed it. You see, he filed only state law claims in a federal court, but because he and one of the defendants (me) were both residents of Maryland, the federal court had no jurisdiction over purely state law claims.
However, during the short time the case was alive, I was able to use it to engage in pointage, laughery, and mockification. This was the TKPOTD for seven years ago today.
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Here’s another bit of nonsense from the Dreadful Pro-Se Schmalfeldt’s LOLsuit.Federal Rule of Civil Proceedure 11(b)(3) requires that
an attorney or unrepresented party certifies that to the best of the person’s knowledge, information, and belief, formed after an inquiry reasonable under the circumstances …
(3) the factual contentions have evidentiary support …
The Cabin Boy™ flat out admits that he doesn’t know who mailed the allegedly forged letter. That means he can’t certify that the factual contentions he makes about authorship or who mailed the letter. And that’s not the only problem he has with Rule 11.
As TDPS alleges, the letter is in the hands of the Carroll County Circuit Court. That means that, in addition to my DNA and fingerprints on the letter and envelope, one might expect to find the fingerprints and/or DNA of my mailman, Judge Stansfield, several court clerks, and the Cabin Boy™.
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Stupidity must be a part of Team Kimberlin’s DNA.