Many folks work in industries or have hobbies that have a jargon, a group of words or phrases with special meaning. Someone letting such jargon slip off his tongue (or from his fingers on to his keyboard) can inadvertently give away information about his background, Hold that thought for a few moments.
The Gentle Reader who has been following this feature at Hogewash! will surely remember that I’ve been keeping track of the lack of activity on Breitbart Unmasked website. It hasn’t had any new material posted since 8 December, 2018. The BU twitter feed had a few tweets posted later in December, 2018, before going quiet—except for two outburst early this year.
The first series of tweets went out on 18 January, and appear to have been triggered by the fake BuzzFeed story about the President ordering Michael Cohen to lie to Congress.
The second series went out over a few days in late March, around the time that the news was leaking that Mueller was going to fail to bring any further indictments. The very last tweet contained a couple of words—tail number—that reveal something about its author.
Aircraft registration numbers are displayed on the sides of the rear of the fuselage (or the sides of the rudder) and are commonly referred to by people who work around or fly aircraft as “tail numbers.” Use of that term is much less common among people without an aviation background.
Brett Kimberlin, who has claimed under oath to have no connection to Breitbart Unmasked, held a pilot’s license back in his dope smuggling days. He’s also been convicted of perjury and has been caught in multiple lies in recent legal proceedings.
It’s been ten months now since the GS-13 editor Bill Schmalfeldt left Breitbart UnmaskedBunny Billy Boy Unread for his winter vacation in Montana, and Brett still hasn’t been able to find anyone to put the site back together. This is what it looked like just before 10pm ET last night.Perhaps the $355,436 Brett Kimberlin spent on “Print & Publication” in 2017 broke the budget to the point that he still can’t afford to keep BU going.
It was just a year ago that Cory Booker made a fool of himself with his Spartacus moment during the Kavanaugh hearings, and by bring up Spartacus he provided an opportunity for pointage, laughery, and mockification that included Team Kimberlin. One year ago today, this post about Spartacus and Marcus Crassus ran.
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So Senator Booker has had his “I am Spartacus” moment with mixed results, but on the whole, he’s received mostly pointage, laughery, and mockification. It’s interesting that the one person who should have spoken critically, Marcus Crassus of Breitbart UnmaskedBunnyBilly Boy Brett Unread, has been unavailable for comment.
Over the years, the principal PR website for Team Kimberlin has been Breitbart Unmasked. However, after Bill Schmalfeldt left for his winter vacation in Montana, The Dread Deadbeat Publisher Kimberlin has been unwilling or unable to find someone to take over the site as the Cabin Boy’s™ replacement. It hasn’t been updated for nine months, but someone has been diddling with it because some material has been taken down. For example, the images that were on the Home page are now gone.Whoever has been trimming the site hasn’t got around to making me an unperson yet. Clicking on the Hoge Watch link in the tag cloud reveals this.As many of the Kimberlin-related domain’s registrations have expired, they have not been renewed. Perhaps that will happen to BU, and whole site will be memory-holed.
One of the reasons for Team Kimberlin’s string of failure in the LOLsuits they brought to try to suppress the free speech rights of their critics is their ineptitude in court. Yesterday’s TKPOTD dealt with one example of that. However, their inability to present a coherent case to a judge or jury shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone who has experienced their incompetence presenting their stories on the Internet. Consider the TKPOTD from six years ago today.
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As the Gentle Reader can see in the tweet above, Sore Loserman Bill Schmalfeldt has been posting his complaints about a “bowtie [sic] wearing” conservative judge who ruled against him. Judge Thomas F. Stansfield of the Circuit Court of Maryland for Carroll County does often wear bow ties.
Here we have another example of Schmalfeldt’s careful, in-depth research.
The Cabin Boy’s beloved U. S. v. Cassidy opinion was written by Judge Roger W. Titus (photo at left). Judge Titus was nominated by President Bush in June, 2003.
Of course, it is not only conservative jurists who wear bow ties. For example, here is the Supreme Court’s official photo portrait of Justice John Paul Stevens.I can’t understand how Schmalfeldt thinks his strategy of attempting to try his various motions and his appeal on the Internet is supposed to work. For example, I’d never let anything like the following Twitter exchange see the light of day if I wanted to stay on the good side of the judge deciding my case.
Zoa Barnes is my lawyer.
I also wouldn’t have posted anything like this on a blog:
Hoge’s lawyer mopped the floor with us. The Circuit Court Judge sat, making “smoochy-eyes” at Zoa as she YELLED at me like a 3rd Grade Teacher to an errant student. Oh, my lawyer tried to get the judge to hear about how US v. Cassidy had a direct impact, but (and I hope I’m recalling this correctly), Zoa objected to Cassidy as irrelevant and the Judge sustained. So using the LAW as it applied in our case was out the door.
BTW, my recollection of the trial as refreshed by the audio transcript is that Ms. Barnes never raised her voice to Schmalfeldt and that she did not object to the Cabin Boy’s lawyer bringing up Cassidy. Indeed, she expected it to be raised and, when Schmalfeldt’s lawyer didn’t have a copy of the case for the court, she provided one for Judge Stansfield along with a clear explanation of why Cassidy had no application in Hoge v. Schmalfeldt. Judge Stansfield agreed.
It really seems that Schmalfeldt is making it up as he goes along and hoping someone important will believe his story. That won’t cut it when confronted in court by rules of evidence and the court’s procedural rules.
Acme Law at it’s finest!
UPDATE—I agree with The Doctor in the Comments—bow ties are cool.
UPDATE 2—Here’s a picture of Chief Judge (retired) of the Maryland Court of Appeal Robert M. Bell.
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I’ve thought highly of Judge Stansfield’s judicial temperament since I observed his reaction to seeing a copy of those tweets by BU and the Cabin Boy™ in the evidence before him during the December, 2013, hearing on renewing the first peace order issued against Schmalfeldt. When he got the page with those tweets, his only reaction was raised eyebrows and a brief nod of his head.
I don’t think the Cabin Boy’s™ tweet helped his case.
This TKPOTD was published five years ago today as part of the wrap-up coverage of the Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. LOLsuit. It fairly well demonstrates that one the real purpose of that LOLsuit was a fishing expedition seeking information related to a principal source of The Dread Deadbeat Pro-Se Kimberlin’s butthurt.
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The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin kept whining that he had provided my codefendants and me with “thousands of paged of documents” and that we had given a copy of just one email during discovery in the Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. nuisance lawsuit.
That’s true. He did get only one email, and I’m the one who gave it to him as part of my answer to Plaintiff’s Interrogatory 3.
What I gave him was an email that I had sent to Kimberlin Unmasked that wasn’t covered by codefendant privilege. It was an answer to a question about a recently passed Maryland gun law. TDPK got everything that he asked for that he was entitled to receive. He was very foolish in his choice of questions.
He was clearly focused on finding KU’s identity and showed no real interest in developing any sort of case against me. If Brett Kimberlin is lucky, Judge Hazel will throw out the Kimberlin v. The Universe, et al. RICO Madness on the motions to dismiss. Otherwise, he’ll be facing discovery conducted by each of the two dozen defendants.
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Meanwhile, it’s been months since The Dread Deadbeat Publisher Kimberlin has posted anything new at Breitbart UnmaskedBunny Billy Boy Unread, but a certain cockroach still seems to be active on the web.
The Breitbart UnmaskedBunny Billy Boy Unread website has been one of Brett Kimberlin’s most notable online failures. While it is still hosted on the same offshore server as the empr dot media Ukrainian news website, BU hasn’t been updated for eight months when Bill Schmalfeldt left for his winter vacation in Montana. (Although the EMPR site is being maintained, it appears to have even less traffic than BU.)No one is has made any comments on that last post.
The registration for BU expires on 13 February, 2020. Will The Dread Deadbeat Publisher Kimberlin continue to waste bandwidth by keep the site alive till then? Or will he cut his losses? Or will he renew the registration and keep the site going as an object of pointage, laugher, and mockification?