Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


One of the forms of harassment used by Team Kimberlin has been contacting a perceived enemy’s employer and either complaining about the person’s behavior or forecasting the direst of dire direness if the person isn’t fired. That tactic worked once, and Aaron Walker was fired from a job because his employer was frightened by tales of Islamic extremists who were allegedly seeking revenge on Aaron for posting cartoons of Mohammed on the Internet.

They also tried to interfere with my work as a contractor with NASA. Five years ago today, I published this post about My Day at work.

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201406191002ZSomehow, I feel that those good wishes from the Cabin Boy™ are sarcasm, but I did have a good day working with the GOES-R Project today. Most of my time was spent mentoring an engineering co-op student who was laying out his first circuit board. Passing on such skills one-on-one is something I find very satisfying.

Not everyone working on the GOES-R program is aware the legal wrangling that takes up part of my spare time, but many of my colleagues read this blog or have heard stories told around the Keurig. Those stories have been the source of much head shaking and laughter.

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Not all of my colleagues at NASA were amused by the emails they received, and that resulted in opening of an investigation of which I was not the target. Going an email too far is what resulted in the cooperative effort that brought about Bill Schmalfeldt finally being charged with violating a peace order.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


One of the most amazing mistakes that Brett Kimberlin has made in his failed campaign of brass knuckles reputation management was recruiting Bill Schmalfeldt as one of his PR flacks. In addition to being ineffective at promoting Team Kimberlin’s interest, Schmalfeldt has been the source of much of the pointage, laughery, and mockification directed at Kimberlin and his minions. A Derp Brain Photo included in a post six years ago has been one of my favorite examples of Schmalfeldt unforced errors.

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Cabin Boy Bill’s bio says he served during the Viet Nam era as Navy Medical Corpsman and that he did a tour with a Marine Corps unit. Based on that, I assume that he would have qualified with the M16 rifle and that he should still retain at least a passing familiarity with it and the Marines’ standards of safe gun handling.

Schmalfeldt has spent the past couple of days whining about an unfairly cropped photo which he says unjustly portrays him as “crazed and evil.” This image is an unedited copy of one he posted at Breitbart Unmasked.GE

The Four Rules of Gun Safety (as stated by Lt. Col. Jeff Cooper, USMC Ret.) are

1. All firearms are always handled as if they were loaded.
2. Never point a firearm at anything you are unwilling to destroy.
3. Keep your finger off the trigger until the sights are aligned on the target.
4. Be sure of your target.

This picture shows the Cabin Boy violating all four at once.

The picture clearly shows that Bill Schmalfeldt is irresponsible. The Gentle Reader may form his own opinions about “crazed” or “evil.”

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The Cabin Boy™ claimed that the rifle belonged to his step son. If that’s the case, Schmalfeldt was probably breaking the law when that picture was taken. The rifle appears to have a 30-round magazine, and at the time the picture was taken, the maximum legal magazine capacity in Maryland was 20 rounds. While the step son may have bought the magazine while it was still legal and his possession of it might have been grandfathered in, it was not legal for the Cabin Boy™ to have it in his possession.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


Team Kimberlin’s false narratives often are attempts to project their motives and actions on to their perceived enemies. The TKPOTD for five years ago deals with one example.

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This is one of the key allegations that The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin makes in his Kimberlin v. The Universe, et al. RICO Madness.ECF 100-145That’s not true.

In fact, Ali Akbar did file the appropriate paperwork with the IRS concerning National Bloggers Club and it’s 501(c)(3) status, and he has received the confirmation letter from the IRS. National Bloggers Club is a recognized 501(c)(3) entity.

TDPK’s crude attempt to smear Ali has run aground on the truth.

#Pwned

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One significant difference between Brett Kimberlin and those of us who have been truthfully reporting about his activities is that he always makes his allegations in protected fora such as court filings. We, OTHOH, publish in the clear where we can be held accountable.

Oh, and speaking of projection and 501(c)(3) status, the Protect Our Elections website operated by Kimberlin’s Protect Our Elections/EMPR Inc. not-for-profit still falsely claims that the entity has 501(c)(3) status and that donations to it are tax deductible. The IRS lists the organization as having 501(c)(4) status. IANAL, but it appears that donations to POE/EMPR should only be deductible as business expenses rather than charitable donations.

The Gentle Reader may make up his own mind as to whether POE/EMPR’s claims constitute fraud.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


Brett Kimberlin does not like to take “No!” for an answer. When the judge in the Kimberlin v. Frey RICO Remnant LOLsuit refused to modify the protective order sealing discovery in the case, The Dread Deadbeat Pro-Se Kimberlin filed a petition for a Writ of Mandamus with the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals seeking to have the Court of Appeals order the District Court judge to do TDPK’s bidding. The TKPOTD for three years ago today dealt with the motion for expedited consideration that TDPK with the Court of Appeals.

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The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin’s case is sooooo important that his petition for a writ of mandamus really, really, really needs to be acted on quickly. At least, that’s what TDPK says—

I wonder who that “close associate” of Frey who has been engaging in official corruption is?

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Now that Kimberlin has lost the Frey LOLsuit and I’m no longer on the hook for TDPK’s motion to sanction me in that case, I can make some comments on that motion.

Of course, Kimberlin was gagged by the protective order. Protective orders are gag orders. However, he had no First Amendment right to publish sealed court materials. According to exhibits TDKP filed in another case, the “several” reporters who wanted to publish what they and Kimberlin hoped would be seen as dirt were Matt Osborne and Bill Schmalfeldt.

I was the “close associate of Respondent Frey engaging in official corruption.” Because I am still bound by the protective order, I can’t provide any more details than to say that the allegedly corrupt act was filing criminal complaints against Kimberlin and others in jurisdiction where the elected prosecutor was not a Democrat.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


Today is the sixth anniversary of the first peace order issued against Bill Schmalfeldt. IIRC, he’s managed to collect a dozen or so restraining orders in five states, one of which was for the protection of a toddler. This post titled Don’t Count Your Chickens Till They Come Home to Roost ran six years ago today.

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Earlier this week, Cabin Boy Bill Schmalfeldt was asked who was paying his lawyer. He tweeted this response.

Deep Brain Radio The answer to that question depends on what the judge decides when we ask for attorney fees.
8:13 PM – 12 Jun 13

Alas for the poor Cabin Boy, the judge ruled against him. I won’t be paying his lawyer, so the question remains: who will?

Bill Schmalfeldt talks about having to make do on a disability pension. He doesn’t appear to have any great pile of assets. When he tried to raise money to sue me via an Internet bleg, he didn’t raise a cent. It’s not unreasonable to suspect that someone else is paying Schmalfeldt’s lawyer. The working out of that puzzlement is left to the Gentle Reader’s imagination.

We do know that the Cabin Boy and BreitbartUnmask, his boss at his former editorial gig at the Breitbart Unmasked website, acted as if they were looking forward to suing me. BreitbartUnmask tweeted:

BreitbartUnmask @LiberalGrouch He is in for a rude awakening . Message to Hoge; Walker is a shitty excuse 4 your attorney. Now get ready to pay motherfucker .
8:19 PM Mar 21st from Tweetbot for iOS
BreitbartUnmask @Xcitizen10 @Stranahan @wjjhoge @ AaronWorthing Hoge has things. Walker=garnishment Stranahan =default judgment he will skip out on.
9:40 PM Mar 21st from Tweetbot for iOS
BreitbartUnmask @Xcitizen10 @Stranahan @wjjhoge @ AaronWorthing All pretty close 😉
9:40 PM Mar 21st from Tweetbot for iOS
BreitbartUnmask @Xcitizen10 @wjjhoge Could it be that Hoge is on mental disability? Either way he will soon be feeling a hot poker up his wallet.
9:42 PM Mar 21st from Tweetbot for iOS

“Hoge has things.” Yes, I do. For example, Mrs. Hoge and I own the house I have referred to on this blog as Hoge Manor. Cabin Boy Bill, in his Liberal Grouch persona, posted this picture of our house on the Breitbart Unmasked site:hogehouse11

It seems that Schmalfeldt was unable to find a lawyer willing to represent him in a civil suit against me, at least not on a fee-contingent basis. That certainly wouldn’t be because I have no assets. More likely, every lawyer who looked at Schmalfeldt’s “case” quickly determined that there was nothing there—and asked for his fee up front.

Last night, Bill Schmalfeldt was tweeting confidently of his vindication in court today. He already has a pitch next to his donations button on the Patriot-Ombudsman site asking for money to help overturn his loss today. It will be interesting to see if he can raise any significant sum or, if he fails at that, whether he will learn his lesson and abide by the court’s order.

We shall see.

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What we’ve seen from the Cabin Boy™ has been a downward spiral of self-destructive behavior.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


The TKPOTD for three years ago today dealt with one of Bill Schmalfeldt’s blustery responses to being named as one of the defendants in the Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit.

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PP201606120454ZThe Art of WarOh, I believe I made very thorough preparations to deal with incoming fire before I filed my Complaint in the Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit. The Cabin Boy™ and his codefendants can assume that anything they have to offer will be dealt with vigorously. I will not limit myself to punching back only twice as hard.

Victorious warriors win first and then go to war, while defeated warriors go to war first and then seek to win.

—Sun Tzu

Learn more about my approach to dealing with Team Kimberlin. Click on the image on the left to buy The Art of War from Amazon.

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That post elicited a response from the Cabin Boy™ which in turn provided fodder for some pointage, laughery, and mockification about false Comparisons.

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PP201606130414ZIndeed, Larry Fine was a much better violinist than Albert Einstein.fiddlers

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The Cabin Boy™ knows a lot, but most of it seems to be untrue.