I hadn’t seen this post on Bill’s site, until tonight. I’m a few days late but here goes:
It’s always nice to see Bill Schmalfeldt and Paul Krendler trying to find common ground. Krendler came up with a list of things which he says Bill did, and Bill says he raises some interesting points.
I’m very impressed about the agreement about the first two points. “I recall doing that” is pretty funny. Hoge needs to make it a coffee cup.
I’m interested in the other items. Who published Lee Stranahan’s home address…etc. Here’s what Lee Stranahan says Bill did:
Bill says Lee Stranahan had sent his email and phone number to “anyone who asked….” That’s really not the accusation. Did Bill Schmalfeldt publicize Lee Stranahan’s home address (not phone number, not email address) in the context of a rape threat by another individual?
If only Lee Stranahan posted the actual Tweet in question…
The video is lost – unless one of the good guys saved a copy. Lee Stranahan noted that his address (home, physical address) was a part of the URL — guaranteeing that anyone really hoping to find Stranahan’s family would have no trouble.
The last two points up above. It is my understanding that Bill is dead to rights as trying to call Sarah’s estranged husband, since he left a message on a cell phone. Not much debate there. It’s immaterial since all it does is label him a jackwagon. And we knew that.
The last bit. About Sarah’s grandchild. Bill believes something very serious happened to a child. So how does he refer to the child? Brain-rattled. In previous accounts he’s used phrases like shaken, not stirred. This is the same child who Bill is barred from contacting by court order.
“Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, we’d like you to consider the character of the plaintiff, his lifetime of jack-assery, and we ask for you to award Sarah, Eric, and yourselves a big pile of whatever money Bill’s still got in the bank. We’d furthermore ask that Your Honor enjoin the plaintiff from filing anything more complicated than his toenails. And please, Your Honor, keep this guy away from the internet.”