Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


Team Kimberlin is a bunch of liars and clumsy ones at that. Five years ago today, I ran a post titled He Didn’t See It Here that dealt with one of Bill Schmalfeldt’s false narratives.

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After returning home from church and having lunch, I checked in on my Twitter timeline and found this:@wjjhogeTL201401261800ZCurious, I took a look at @CabinBoyRadio and found this:@cabinboyradio201401261623ZSince I had no idea what Schmalfeldt was talking about, I checked out his blog. It seems that he is trying to pin a bunch of “spam” comments to his blog on me. Of course, none of them are written in anything like the style of my tweets or comments on other blogs. None of them come any IP address associated with me. The IPs appear to be spoofed rather than TOR IPs because at least one is from AT&T Wireless, an unlikely spot for a TOR node.

I also found this rant.

[Image deleted. It was a rant about someone referring to him as “Schmuckfeldt.”]

There are several places where he may have seen that name before, but he never saw it in a post on this blog. I’m sure of that. I just ran a global search of all posts, this was the search return (Click the image to embiggen it.):ScreenCap201401261804Z
I see three possible sources for the comments that Schmalfedt complains about. The first would be someone opposed to Team Kimberlin who is yanking Schmalfeldt’s chain. If that’s the case, I hope whoever it is stops. The second possibility is that a member of Team Kimberlin or a supporter/eneabler is doing it to stir up trouble. The third is that Schmalfeldt created the comments himself in an attempt to run the “accuse the accuser” play one more time.

Whatever. He didn’t see that name in a Hogewash! blog post.

UPDATE—After my Sunday afternoon nap, I checked my Twitterz again and found more tweets about Schmalfeldt and evidence. So I went over to @CabinBoyRadio again and found that he had posted some tweets allegedly from me. I was puzzled where he found them, because I couldn’t remember sending them. Then he tweeted this link to Very Ordinary Seaman Ferguson: http://topsy.com/s?q=schmuckfeldt%20from%3Awjjhoge&type=tweet. I clicked on it and found the tweets that he was claiming were mine. This one bothered me.forged_tweet 363781895428907009I don’t cc myself on Twitter. What’s the point? So I clicked on the Reply button of the top tweet and got this.forger_tweet355754735903428608That’s not my tweet, is it? Indeed, it is tweet number 355754735903428608 which was sent by @AaronWorthing.@aaronworthing20130712

None of the other tweets are mine either.

This is not the first time that Bill Schmalfeldt has been caught trying to forge evidence. He would be well advised to stop. Very soon. As in now.

UPDATE 2—I notice he also tries to use postings at hogewash dot net as evidence. Oh, please! That site ran copies of the obscene images Schmalfeldt created of me last summer. It’s clearly not a site associated with or controlled by me.

UPDATE 3—If the Gentle Reader would like to see the original tweets on Twitter, click here and scroll down to last July.

UPDATE 4—Here’s what turns up when one does the same Topsy word search on @AaronWorthing:topsy_AW_SchmuckfeldtAs you can see, the “Hitler is not happy …” tweet is Aaron Walker’s which proves absolutely nothing about the identity of Kimberlin Unmasked. It does, however, confirm that what Schmalfeldt has been trying to peddle is bogus.

#Fail

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The technique of using a Topsy search to generate pseudo-tweets that appear to have been originated by someone who was included with an @ mention was recycled in March, 2015, when The Dread Deadbeat Pro-Se Kimberlin attempted to use forged evidence during a hearing for a peace order petition against me.

I’m pretty sure that I’ve previously mentioned that Kimberlin has been convicted of perjury and attempting to forge DoD driver’s licenses. He got his name in the papers in 2017 in connection with fake documents apparently aimed at causing trouble for the Trump administration.

Why would anyone believe anything he says?

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


When the facts get in the way of a false narrative that Team Kimberlin is trying to spin, they will tell lies and forge documents. For example, three years ago Bill Schmalfeldt was trying to peddle a story based on my participation in a far-right loonie chat group. Of course, he did a shoddy job of impersonating me, as was shown in a post titled Ho, Hum, Another Forgery.

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YGNQ201601191943ZBTW, I’ve had plenty of speeding tickets but never had a parking ticket.

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When caught, the Cabin Boy™ doubled down on stupid, casting even more pointage, laughery, and mockification from a post titled The Usual Suspect.

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Someone did. It’s another crude attempt to forge my WordPress Id. Examples of the correct form appear below.comment_id

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Several Gentle Readers have noted that the Cabin Boy™ has been caught several times getting my WordPress ID wrong—that each time his error has been explained—and that he keeps making the same mistake. Some have wondered whether this is happening because Schmalfeldt is amazingly careless or because he isn’t very smart. Perhaps they should embrace the Power of And.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


Given their vast experience telling lies, you’d think that Team Kimberlin would eventually get enough of a handle on the process to achieve journeyman status. However, it seems that their lack of talent in that area has them stuck an novice levels, and they are usually caught immediately. This post about Prank Calls from four years ago today is a typical example. The original post generated almost 300 comments of pointage, laughery, and mockification directed at the Cabin Boy™.

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Apparently, Bill Schmalfeldt is aware of prank phone calls that have come to my home phone line.@weltschmerz2015|201501142016ZHmmmm.

I suppose I should check the voice mail for that line when I get back to Westminster to see what’s there.

UPDATE—After checking the voice mail on that line, it appears that calls from at least 10 different local numbers were received within a brief period yesterday afternoon. Calls placed to those numbers resulted in denials that any legitimate calls had originated from them.

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Incompetent is as incompetent does.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


Given how Team Kimberlin whines about being the victims of false narratives, it’s ironic how often they get caught try to peddle forgeries. This post called Ho Hum, Another Forgery from three years ago today dealt with one of the many times Bill Schmalfeldt has been caught.

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The Cabin Boy™ has got an obviously forged comment supposedly from me up at The Pontificator Prevaricator (No, I won’t link to it.). He’s also included the forgery in a couple of tweets.Bogus Comment TweetCorrect signatureHere’s the easiest way to detect the forgery. Check out how my name is spelled in the clip from a real comment of mine made at Billy Sez shown on the left. It’s wjjhoge—all lower case with no spaces. Now look at the way the forger spelled it in the fake comment. WJJ Hoge—the initials and the H is Hoge are capitalized and there’s a space between the initials and my last name. If I had made the comment, a WordPress blog (such as The Pontificator Prevaricator) would have used wjjhoge because that’s my WordPress ID. WJJ Hoge is the way the Cabin Boy™ has often typed my name in his various LOLsuit filings.

This isn’t the first time that the Cabin Boy™ has been caught publishing forged stuff about me. The Gentle Reader who has been following things for a while may remember the forged Society of Professional Journalists info he published. Mr. Bill may be a forger, but he’s a really, really bad one.

Oh, one more thing … Bill Schmalfeldt is free to exercise his First Amendment right to write about me so long as he avoids defamation and threats. In fact, the more he writes about me, the bigger fool he tends to make of himself. If he had any sense, he’d … what am I saying? He doesn’t have any.

UPDATE—The Cabin Boy™ seems to think that I can’t prove that I didn’t write that comment. As a matter of fact, I can, but I don’t have to. If he thinks he can prove I did, … no, I won’t educate the Blob.

I can think of a number of Clint Eastwood quotes that could be used to close this update, but I’ll leave it to the Gentle Reader to pick his own favorite.

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A man’s got to know his limitations.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


Bill Schmalfeldt tries to pass himself off as a journalist. Back in 2013, he joined the Society of Professional Journalists, apparently in an attempt bolster his claim in his appeal of the first peace order issued against that he really, truly was a working journalist and that the mean, nasty peace order infringed his First Amendment rights. Of course, his bragging about being a member of that society prompted some pointage, laughery, and mockification, beginning with this post about Professionalism from five years ago today.

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Bill Schmalfeldt is bragging that he’s now a member of the Society of Professional Journalists. I presume that means that he went to our website, ticked the right boxes on the online form, and paid his $75 dues.

In a few years, his dues will be cut in half to the rate I pay as an “Over 62 Retired Member.”spj_memberYawn.

UPDATE—Apparently, the Cabin Boy has his panties in a knot because I’m a member of SPJ.frr201309262355ZA [redacted] fraud? Oh, come now! I presume that we were both are currently qualified for membership under the same standards, and I’m at a loss to understand why the date I joined (or rejoined, as the case may be) is of any relevance to qualification for membership. Basically, anyone who will say that he spends half-time or more doing something related to “journalism,” who is retired from doing such work, or who is studying to do such work and who pays the appropriate dues may be a member. There’s no background check or letters of recommendation required.

I was a working journalist doing broadcast news before Bill Schmalfeldt got to high school. I’m doing it again (part time) as a blogger. In between, I’ve had a career as a soldier, an engineer, and a businessman.

The Cabin Boy did get one thing right.frr201309262355aZThere’s no way I’d waste good money just to pull his chain.

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One of the reasons that Team Kimberlin’s various schemes fail is that the lies they tell to support them are so transparent. Later in the day, five years ago today, I wound up posting about the Forgery the Cabin Boy™ published to try to keep his whining narrative alive.

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Bill Schmalfeldt has tweeted this concerning my membership in the Society of Professional Journalists …frr201309270006Z… and included this image with his tweet.

BVIMC1jCUAEkKMOHis image has some interesting properties. For example, it’s exactly the same dimension (450 X 572 pixels) as this image I published.spj_memberThere are also some differences. Take a look at the Join Date shown on the Cabin Boy’s version. Now, look at the redaction bar for the same information in mine. The reason the bar is so long on mine is that the date and time were shown when I screen capped the information. If Schmalfeldt had removed the redaction bar from mine, the time stamp should be visible.

Also, the numbers shown for the Join Date on the Cabin Boy’s version are slightly larger than those shown on the Birth Date line. It’s almost is if someone pasted a large white rectangle over my redaction bar and then typed in a date with almost, but not quite, the right size font.

BTW, no one would have access to the my membership maintenance page without my username and password. That’s one of the reasons why the last part of my username is obscured.

Hmmmmm.

UPDATE—One commenter asks why the Join Date isn’t in a box. It isn’t a changeable item on the form so it doesn’t have a data entry box.

Speaking of boxes, here are the Birth Date and Join Date from the Cabin Boy’s version with the small box superimposed around them. Note that the slash marks for the Birth Date do not extend the full height of the box, but those for the Join Date do. Close inspection will also show that the numerals are of different height as well.dates_spj
UPDATE 2—The Gentle Reader will kindly note that I have not said that the Cabin Boy made any representation that the image he posted was of my actual information. I very carefully quoted him by reproducing his tweet. Still, the question remains—is what he posted a forgery?

UPDATE 3—The Cabin Boy says that his personal blog posts and tweets aren’t “journalism.” That’s probably what he thinks is the loophole that gets around this part of the Society of Professional Journalists Code of Ethics with respect to that modified image:

Journalists should: … Never distort the content of news photos or video.

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None of this did anything to help the Cabin Boy’s™ appeal. The Court of Appeals denied his petition, and the Circuit Court denied his motion to amend the order and eventually renewed it for an additional six months. It was a completely wasted effort—except as a source of pointage, laughery, and mockification.

Dealing with the Cabin Boy™ has often been a battle of wits with an unarmed man.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


Team Kimberlin has often tried to prove things using forged—often crude, obviously forged—documents. The TKPOTD from four years ago makes fun of one particularly stupid example.

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Here’s a news flash! The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin has filed a couple of legitimate green cards with the Restricted Delivery boxes checked. They were filed with a motion in the Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. nuisance lawsuit and are for some mail sent two days after he had to confess his previous shenanigans to Judge Ryon. But have no fear, Gentle Reader. TDPK managed to find another document to forge as one of the exhibits. He makes this allegation in his motion.BK v Aw 2013 AltSvc-6TDPK filed the Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. lawsuit on 30 August, 2013. With that in mind, consider his Exhibit E.BK v AW 2013 AltSvcKU Ex ESo TDPK informed Kimberlin Unmasked of a lawsuit filed on 30 August, 2013, on 22 February, 2013. Perhaps he’s traded his gold Prius for a blue Police Box.

#BowTiesAreCool

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The Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. LOLsuit trial did’t go as The Dread Deadbeat Pro-Se Kimberlin expected, but everything didn’t proceed as I had foreseen either. It went better for us defendants. TDPK’s case was so shoddy that the judge stopped the trial and awarded judgment in our favor rather than require us to put up a defense.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


The Dread Deadbeat Pro-Se Kimberlin managed to diddle with service of court papers and get a default judgment against Seth Allen, the leftwing blogger who was the first target of his reputation management lawfare. All of this subsequent attempts failed in spite of TDPK’s efforts to forge evidence to support them. This post from six years ago today deals with one of the first reverses TDPK suffered.

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Patterico posts an analysis of Brett Kimberlin’s Lord Voldemort’s (He Who Must Not Be Named under threat of peace order) response here. Mr. Frey provides documentation that some of the “evidence” in the Dark Lord’s exhibits are forged postings sockpuppeted to manufacture “evidence.” In the case of a pair of comments at the Patterico site, the moderation filter logged information that has been preserved even after the comments were deleted. Read the post to find out how the scam was supposed to work. The image below shows that the two comments (supposedly from different sources, and one from Mr. Frey) came from the same IP address. In Luxembourg. Owned by a ISP in the UK.

Image Credit: Patterico

Note to the bad guys: Most blogging software and services will capture your IP address when you comment on our sites.

It will be interesting to see how Aaron Walker’s lawyers use the evidence developed by Mr. Frey in the state and federal cases now pending with/against Lord Voldemort.

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Yes, watching TDPK’s failing campaign of lawfare has been interesting.