Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

The thing that got Team Kimberlin riled up and engaged in lawfare and cyberharassment was having truthful information published about them on the Internet. Their responses to the truth invariably involved lies. There lying became so common that this blog began a recurring feature called Prevarication Du Jour. Here’s the PDJ from seven years ago today.

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Perhaps he is relying on the appearance that he has so few assets as to be judgment proof. Perhaps he is relying on a diminished mental capacity defense. Whatever his motivation, Bill Schmalfeldt tells lies.db201401041234ZThat tweet accuses Aaron Walker and me of stealing money. Theft is a crime. If Bill Schmalfeldt has evidence that I have stolen money, he should give that information to law enforcement. If he doesn’t, he would be well advised to publish a retraction.

That tweet accuses Aaron Walker and me of attempting to force someone to commit perjury. That is a crime also. If Bill Schmalfeldt has evidence that I have attempted to force someone to commit perjury, he should give that information to law enforcement. If he doesn’t, he would be well advised to publish a retraction.

Very soon.

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I find it amusing that at Schmalfeldt did in fact try use a diminished mental capacity defense in a criminal case, but he withdrew it when the judge told him that she would have to send him off for a ten-day psych evaluation if he entered such a plea.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

One of the reasons that Brett Kimberlin has failed at so many of his undertakings is that he suffers from delusions of grandeur adequacy. I seems to think the he’s smarter than the average bear, but his lack of forethought results in his being caught, and he tells the flimsiest lies to try to cover things up. Consider, for example, the lie debunked in the TKPOTD from five years ago today.

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This is from The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin’s omnibus opposition to the motions to dismiss his Kimberlin v. The Universe, et al. RICO Madness.ECF 231-6Words have meaning. Consider the word youth.

youth n. \ˈyüth\ : the time when a young person has not yet become an adult.

Brett Kimberlin’s first felony conviction was for perjury when he was 19 years old. That might be stretched to qualify as during his youth, although a 19 year old is legally an adult. It’s not a series of crimes.

He was convicted of a series of crimes beginning in 1979 with his drug smuggling conviction. He was 25 years old, old enough to serve in the House of Representative, and clearly not a youth.

Brett Kimberlin is one of the clumsiest liars I have ever dealt with. He makes Joe Isuzu seem to be a pillar of probity.


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OTOH, The Dread Deadbeat Prevaricator Kimberlin isn’t the worst liar on Team Kimberlin. That title is held by Cabin Boy Bill Schmalfeldt™.

Lying Liars Gotta Lie

No, this isn’t about who the regular Gentle Reader may have thought. John Fund has a post over at National Review Online that begins with this:

The biggest liability Hillary Clinton faces in getting the Democratic nomination may be that too many of her fellow Democrats don’t believe she is a good liar.

Read the whole thing.

UPDATE—If one lie doesn’t work, try another.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

The Cabin Boy™ has been running off at the keyboard throwing accusations and threats here and there and generally acting peevish when the only result is snickering.

I’ve been reviewing the backups of his Twitter timelines and various blogs for … well, let’s just say I’ve been looking them over, and it’s really quite amazing how he’s consistently managed to be so wrong about so much. For example, here are some tweets from 2013.

This one was sent in early August about seven weeks after a Circuit Court judge had ruled that he had been contacting me via @mentions on Twitter.RadioWMS201308051649Z

At the end of August, 2013, The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin filed his Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. nuisance lawsuit that include me as a defendant. In mid September, the Cabin Boy™ tweeted this.TS201309182123ZBill Schmalfeldt hears lots of stuff. Enough stuff that he should consider having more regular med checks. In any event, I didn’t scramble to get out of that law suit. I won it. Oh, and if you want to know what Kimberlin Unmasked is up to, check out

The voices were talking to the Cabin Boy™ again later in September.ffr201309292102ZOf course, I didn’t withdraw that peace order. First, I wouldn’t have if I could. Second, I couldn’t. At most, I could have petitioned the court to modify it, and that’s what the Cabin Boy™ did. The hearing on his petition was set for 10 October, and he had all sorts of plans for me. BTW, the order was constitutional and the Court of Appeals declined to hear Schmalfeldt’s appeal of the order.frr201310051156Z

And not a single one of the 24 statements that The Dreadful Pro-Se Schmalfeldt ranted about was shown to be false. I wasn’t arrested for perjury. I didn’t leave the courthouse in handcuffs—not in October or, again, in December after the hearing to extend the peace order. The Cabin Boy went by the District Court Commissioners Office to try to file a charge of perjury against me after the December hearing. Nothing came of it.

The Cabin Boy™ goes on and on about how everyone else is lying. If that were so, after so many years, one of us should have screwed up and got caught.

OTOH, maybe we’re telling the truth, and Bill Schmalfeldt isn’t.