Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


While I’ve openly published a great deal of material related to Team Kimberlin’s online harassment of and lawfare against their perceived enemies, I’ve actually kept a lot of information under wraps in order to protect third parties or to avoid revealing legal strategies while case were in process. That’s basic operational security. Team Kimberlin has not always been good at OPSEC.

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OPSEC or Operational Security is the process of protecting little bits of data that could be grouped together to give the bigger picture. During my service in the Signal Corps, a significant portion of my work revolved around keeping information hidden from potential enemy access.

I especially remember one particular breach of OPSEC in Viet Nam. There was a major who thought that he was too important to have to bother with the rules. One day, he got in a hurry and decided that he didn’t have to get up and walk a couple of hundred feet to where an encrypted radio was installed. He used the radio in his jeep to send a very brief message that would have no tactical value after about a half-hour. The VC were listening, they figured out what was going on, and—15 minutes later—a landing zone took mortar fire just as a general’s helicopter was landing. There were no casualties, except for that major’s career.

Here’s another example of poor OPSEC. pbrstreetgang.org is one of the domains associated with others owned or controlled by Team Kimberlin. Bill Schmalfeldt published an email with this header just over a week ago. The version below has part of the Bcc line redacted. The original doesn’t. Can you bust someone back to a rank lower than Cabin Boy?BSmailheader

Incoming!

UPDATE—Several people have wondered how I received an email not addressed me. I didn’t. A .png image of the email was published on Twitter.confessiontweet

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I couldn’t make this stuff up on my own.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


In the beginning of my writing about Brett Kimberlin, I jokingly referred to him as Lord Voldemort because his illegal gag order against Aaron Walker made him “he who must not be named,” at least by Aaron. I teasingly referred to Kimberlin’s followers and enablers as Death Eater Wannabes. Not long after that gag order was quashed, Kimberlin started pirate-themed fund-raising website, so I began calling him The Dread Pirate Kimberlin, and certain of his followers were made members of his crew. One of my readers started calling TDPK’s main PR flack Cabin Boy Bill Schmalfeldt, and that tag has stuck.

One of the reasons that Team Kimberlin has failed at almost every enterprise they’ve undertaken is the members inability to understand their lack of competence. Six years ago today, I ran this post called #BillSchmalfeldt: Delusions of Adequacy.

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Let’s back up for a minute and reexamine that Cabin Boy quote from 18 February.

It’s all horseshit. It’s all absolute horseshit. And I and my family have been put through pain and suffering because Lee Stranahan has a grudge. Because somebody, in my opinion, is paying Lee Stranahan to file these charges against me, in the hopes that I will either break or die.  I got some fucking news for you, Stranny [pause] Walker, Hoggy, Frey [pause] and Frey [pause] beware the Ides of March.

Somebody paid Lee Stranahan to file charges? Oh, come now. Who would care enough about a loser like Bill Schmalfeldt to want to spend the money?

Bill Schmalfeldt is a failure. Other than people who are dealing with his harassment and a few others who enjoy laughing at his gaffes, almost no one cares about him and the ways he blights the Internet. He’s a functional nonentity with a vanishingly small readership and essentially nonexistent listenership.

He is, at most, a vile insect, and some of us who he has annoyed have taken swats at him, but no one had to pay us. Certainly, the filthiness the Stranahan family endured from the Cabin Boy was sufficient motivation for Lee Stranahan to seek redress, and it’s not surprising that the Walker family sought relief either.

I have been able to bring a bit of justice to Schmalfeldt via a peace order. No one paid me to do so. I brought legal action because I was tired of being harassed. I’ve paid every cent of the my legal expenses out of my own pocket. Sore Loserman Bill has filed a Motion to Modify the peace order. I won’t speak to the merits (if there are any) of his motion while it is before the court, that’s my lawyer’s job, but I will say that it strikes me as foolish attempt to relitigate the case. The judge ruled on the facts and the law and issued the peace order. Schmalfeldt is also appealing the case. It will be interesting to see if the appeals court gets to the case before the peace order expires and makes his appeal moot. Meanwhile, the Cabin Boy continues to misrepresent the terms of the peace order in a lame effort to justify his ongoing violations.

Although some of his associates are troubling, I’m not afraid of Bill Schmalfeldt per se. I’m annoyed by him. I intend to use all lawful means to make sure that he stops bothering me. If that shuts him down so that he can’t bother anyone else, it will be a nice bonus.

No one hopes that Bill Schmalfeldt will “break or die.” He not that important to anyone. His victims just wish the grossly inadequate loser would quit wasting Internet bandwidth and leave decent people alone. As Mr. T says,

I pity the fool.

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I have to say that my view of the Cabin Boy™ has changed over the years. Whatever pity I had has been dissipated.

And I’m not done with him yet.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


The Breitbart Unmasked Bunny 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?

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


This post from six years ago today was about #BillSchmalfelt and Malware.

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When I went to check on the Cabin Boy’s Patriot-Ombudsman website (No, I won’t link to it.) this morning, the Opera browser showed me this:P-Omalware

Poking around the actual code for his home page revealed this:P-Omalware1

Hmmmmm.

UPDATE—Less than an hour has gone by since my initial post, and the Cabin Boy has pulled down that version of the Patriot-Ombudsman home page (H/T, Frankie in the comments).

UPDATE 2—It’s 30 minutes later, and trying to get to Patriot-Ombudsman results in being forwarded to the Old Uncle Bastard site (NIWLTI) which doesn’t seem to have been maintained for the past few months.

UPDATE 3—The Sore Loserman now has the Old Uncle Bastard site sorta/kinda up and running. He claims that his other site was “hit by malware.” Yeah, the Weiner “I-was-hacked” defense.

Uh, huh.

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Almost every Team-Kimberlin-related website has some form of crapware such as adware, tracking cookies, and, occasionally, genuine malware. Extremely good protection software is highly recommended.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


It must be hard to live a life with the Facts always conspiring to get you. Especially, when you imagine yourself an investigative journalist. This post about #BillSchmalfeldt and Fact Checking ran six years ago today.

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WellConnectedZoa Barnes is the lawyer representing me in Hoge v. Schmalfeldt. Zoe Barnes is the reporter in the miniseries House of Cards.

So much for journalistic integrity.

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There’s a fine line between imagination and hallucination. Team Kimberlin often seems to slip over it.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


While review old posts, I came across this one which contains A Favorite snippet from The Dreadful Pro-Se Schmalfeldt’s appeal of the first peace order issued against him. It first ran four years ago today.

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I enjoy reading a good piece of creative writing. Here’s a piece of speculative fiction (bordering on fantasy) that has provided hearty laughter each time that I’ve read it.PO App-27aPO App-27b

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And here’s a favorite comment made to the post—Yeah, the Cabin Boy had already had to quit driving at that point, and he claimed that his symptoms kept getting worse.

Meanwhile, …

Hmmmm.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


Back in 2017, my codefendants and I were still involved in The Dreadful Pro-Se Schmalfeldt’s LOLsuit VIII: Avoiding Contact. Two years ago today, one Schmalfeldt’s filings in that case resulted in this post about More Federal Follies. When the Cabin Boy™ tried to file a second amended complaint which added a group of John D’oh! defendants, the court kicked his paperwork back because it was screwed up.

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This appeared on PACER—

My named codefendants and I have filed our consent to this motion because dismissing the D’oh! Defendants will expedite our bringing certain matters to the court’s attention and spare the D’oh! Defendants the hassle of dealing with this frivolous LOLsuit.

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Even with being able to pick up the pace of our defense, it still took several more months to put an end to LOLsuit VIII.