The Gift of Prophecy

Hey!  I made the Perloined Parodies Twitter!  Somebody high five me!

My original comment, from BillySez, is an answer to Bill Schmalfeldt’s statement here:

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So Bill SeZ that it is his policy that while someone is dealing with a crisis in his family, Bill tries to lay low.  I called him out, saying that when John Hoge’s wife was diagnosed with cancer, Bill ignored a Peace Order to contact John Hoge.

He in theory said the right words, offering to use his excellent contacts with the National Institutes of Health to help out the Hoges.  A judge refused to punish Schmalfeldt for violating the order.

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I meant “know,” but you already new that.

So, how did I know that Bill intended harassment?  Lets wander through some other Tweets in the same time frame:

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Are these the comments of a concerned individual, or the statements of someone with cruel intent?  Readers need to choose for themselves.  John Hoge tried to have Bill Schmalfeldt disciplined by the court for breaking a Peace Order, but the judge disagreed.

John Hoge reported on the judge’s decision on the matter:

Judge Ellinghaus-Jones found that Bill Schmalfeldt did contact me in violation of the current peace order, but because she because she believed his story about his intent to offer help for Mrs. Hoge’s cancer treatment, she found him not guilty.

She also sternly warned him to never contact me again.

Aaron Walker has more here, from the day of the hearing.

Bottom line: My opinion differs from that of the judge.

I’ve learned to live with such things.

How do I know that Bill Schmalfeldt’s intent in writing a letter to John Hoge was harassment?  I have to use available evidence, and personal history.

Is it mind reading? ESP? Psychic gifts?


Bill’s history, as demonstrated by unwanted tweets (at least that 367 of them) and his blog posts (mostly memory holed by Bill by now, but archived) and the above Tweets, demonstrate a state of mind which only allows harassment as a motive.  

In my opinion, the judge didn’t know enough of Schmalfeldt’s history to actually perceive his motive.  Kind of like someone who misses the sarcasm in a piece of online writing, the judge just read the letter literally.

As a general rule, if Bill Schmalfeldt contacts you online, he wants help harassing someone else, or he is harassing you.  In my opinion.

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A few months later, he sent an email to John Hoge about how he’d like to help him out regarding medical treatments for John’s wife.



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2 Responses to The Gift of Prophecy

  1. Pablo says:

    In my opinion, the judge didn’t know enough of Schmalfeldt’s history to actually perceive his motive.

    I suspect she simply took pity on him because he’s such a pathetic Dumbfuck, Remember, this is the case he tried to plead insanity in.

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  2. agiledog says:

    She also sternly warned him to never contact me again.

    Another Maryland Judge who doesn’t really follow through on the rules and their orders.

    Liked by 2 people

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