Yesterday was a holiday, but today the courts should be back at work, so it’s possible that we’ll have some news in one of the Team-Kimberlin-related cases. While we wait, here’s another recycled post from four years ago. As time drew nearer to the hearing on the Cabin Boy’s™ motion to modify the first peace order against him, I published this post titled A Pattern Emerges.
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1. Bill Schmalfeldt pontificates on some “fact” or matter of law.
2. Someone (Aaron Walker, Stacy McCain, Ali Akbar, Kimberlin Unmasked, one of my other “lickspittles,” or me) documents what really happened or what the law really says.
3. Bill Schmalfeldt snarkily responds without contradicting the other person’s correction of the Cabin Boy’s errors.
Today is Columbus Day (Observed), and the courts will be taking a day off. That means we won’t be getting any further news concerning the Team-Kimberlin-related cases until tomorrow at the earliest. Yesterday, I republished a post about the silly claim the Cabin Boy™ made four years ago that he had found 24 instances of perjury in the answer my lawyer filed to his motion to amend the first peace order issued against him. 24 Part Deux was the followup post from four years ago today.
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Bill Schmalfeldt has been frothing at the keyboard about 24 instances of perjury in the Answer my lawyer filed to his Motion to Modify Peace Order. See if you can find them among the 13 sentences in the answer.
Now that my motion to amend the verdict in the Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit has been denied, I have a bit more than three weeks to file an notice of appeal the case. I’ve consulted with my legal counsel and decided on the general outline of a plan for dealing with the matters involved. On the advice of my counsel, I will not be discussing any steps I plan to take in advance.
This appeared this morning in the online docket for Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al.I do not have a copy of the order yet. I will withhold any comment until after I have reviewed it and my options going forward with counsel.
Rather than file a proper response to my lawyer’s motion for a more definite statement in LOLsuit VIII: Avoiding Contact, the Cabin Boy™ appears to using the Twitterz to clarify one of his allegations against me.If his tweet is truthful, then the only allegedly defamatory remark in the paragraph the Cabin Boy™ cites is my reference to him as a deranged cyberstalker. If that’s the case, then he is admitting that the rest of the paragraph is not defamatory.
If his tweet is truthful, then Bill Schmalfeldt believes that it is not defamatory to say he is a liar. Or that he is untrustworthy. Or that he fails to live up to his agreements. Or that he fled Maryland.
Paradoxically, if his tweet is truthful, then its author is a liar.
It’s been a while since there was any noticeable activity in Schmalfeldt v. Grady, et al. LOLsuit VIII: Avoiding Contact. I haven’t been paying much attention to the details of the case because those are being handled by our pro bono lawyer.
I have my own theory on how the case will end, but I’m interested in knowing what the Gentle Readers believe will be the outcome.