In yesterday’s TKPOTD I noted that Team Kimberlin’s schemes often blow up in their faces. Five years ago last week, Bill Schmalfeldt tried to stick his nose into Brett Kimberlin’s RICO Madness LOLsuit. He sent a letter to the presiding judge that became a part of the case record. Five years ago today, I took note of his filing, dismissing it as “so ludicrous and immaterial as to not be worth a reply.” However, the part circled in the Scribd post embedded below has been a continuing source of pointage, laughery, and mockification of his claims concerning his medical condition.
Hmmm. That kinda supports Ken White’s opinion that Schmalfeldt is a demented freak.
The Cabin Boy™ seems to be losing his grip on reality. He’s published the following over at Patriot-Ombudsman (No, I won’t link to it.)—I have never claimed that Bill Schmalfeldt is faking or exaggerating his Parkinson’s Disease. Indeed, I have suggested that he may be failing to recognized how profoundly it might be affecting him. Last October, I raised the possibility that he was experiencing the onset of Parkinson’s dementia. Just a couple of months ago, Schmalfeldt admitted to the onset of dementia in a letter to Judge Grimm when he tried to stick his nose into The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin’s RICO Madness. (Scroll down to the bottom of the second page.)
I believe that Bill Schmalfeldt has a serious medical condition. I’m not competent to diagnose it, but his symptoms seem consistent with Parkinson’s Disease with the onset of dementia. However, that does not provide any cover for his behavior. He began his acting out years ago and began harassing me over a year-and-a-half ago, so his present condition has no bearing on his culpability for his past actions.