Team Kimberlin’s campaigns attempting to punish its perceived enemies through lawfare and online harassment have all featured two characteristics. One, they have been based on false narratives. During the course of Bill Schmalfeldt’s LOLsuit V: The Final in Maryland, The Dreadful Pro-Se Schmalfeldt not only lied in his complaint, he lied in his own motion to dismiss his LOLsuit. Two years ago, the court acted to amend its order dismissing the case, and this post titled Another Lie Noted ran two years ago today.
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Judge Bennett has taken note of one of the Cabin Boy’s™ falsehoods and corrected the record for LOLsuit V: The Final in Maryland.
UPDATE—We will undoubtedly be seeing something on teh Twitterz (or not seeing something on some unread blog) about the Cabin Boy™ frothing at the keyboard concerning the unfairness of my characterization of the wording of the proposed order he submitted with his motion to dismiss.
When he filed his motion, no one had answered his complaint. However, before the dismissal was granted, Scott Hinckley had filed an answer. That rendered the extraneous comment about no answer being filed false, and the Cabin Boy™ did not withdraw it. Nor did he ask the court to correct the error. Thus, he has misrepresented the facts through his inaction.
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As noted yesterday, the signup calendar for the current pool is posted in the break area.