Two Mysteries

There are two mysteries in the Kimberlin/Schmalfeldt controversy I’d love to have unraveled.  One of them may have just begun to unfold.  They are:

  • Will  Julia Scyphers’s granddaughter ever come forward to tell about her relationship with Brett Kimberlin?
  • How sick is Bill Schmalfeldt?

The first one may have to wait.

Bill Schmalfeldt has filed paperwork with the court hearing the Hoge v Kimberlin et al. lawsuit.  Bill now lives in Wisconsin, but a judge has decided the proper venue is Carroll County, Maryland.  Bill has asked the court to consider his physical state, and the fact that he has Parkinson’s.  I have never spent much time considering how sick Schmalfeldt is, in part because I have no way of knowing.  Neither do the Lickspittles and Zombies, except by noting his activities, which he documents in excruciating detail.

Bill says he is too ill to travel.  His documentation is dated 2010.

If Bill Schmalfeldt is going to be successful, he’ll probably have to come up with more current information.  That information will likely be shared, debated and discussed by people who do not like Bill very much.  People who are already suspicious of Bill’s complaints.

Bill Schmalfeldt has just handed the people he dislikes the most an opportunity to discover how ill he really is.  It might be smarter to withdraw the motion, and take the train.

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12 Responses to Two Mysteries

  1. fred4d says:

    Need some Law Student to do a paper on this. Can a Judge in a civil suit force a defendant to cross state lines to appear if they suffer from a chronic illness that makes travel difficult but not impossible. Would it be better for Bill to just default rather than go to the cost of obtaining the medical statements? What is the best estimate of potential damages in case of default, $100 or $100,000? Perhaps a lawyer could help answer this question, heard they can be found on-line at low rates.

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  2. Minemyown says:

    This is one motion that the court will most likely not allow to be withdrawn, court will need to know the answers to those questions now that they have been bought to the court attention.

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    • I really don’t want anyone to be put in a dangerous situation, but that’s the kind of thing we all have to consider before we type. In the case here, if I recall correctly, he is accused of endorsing the truth of a BU article about a hearing, and breaking a copyright agreement with John Hoge. Both are unforced errors. He could have avoided this easily.


      • If travelling is so dangerous, how in heck did he manage to move, by himself, across country only last year, five. whole. years after he had to leave his job because of his deteriorating health?

        I recall it was less than two years ago that he pulled a hamstring or something and was going to be confined to a wheelchair for the rest of his life. Now he takes long walks and goes to biergartens and grocery stores on his own.

        It was three or four years ago that his voice had deteriorated to the point where he could no longer speak on the phone and do pod casts. He still can’t talk on the phone (at least not to lawyers from people he’s suing) but he won’t shut up as far as his “comedy” and his “music” are concerned, recording piece after piece and inflicting them upon an unsuspecting public.

        He’s flown since he had the neurostimulators implanted. He’s traveled on his own within the past year, and posted plenty of videos and blog posts which suggest that his mobility has in now way declined since that point.

        In other words, pretty much everything he’s said about his illness over the last few years is at best questionable, and many of us suspect may be outright fabrications.

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      • Oh, and being forced, I say FORCED!!! to travel away from the safety of his apartment and it’s phone alert thingy? It doesn’t work any place outside his apartment building, but that doesn’t seem to stop him taking walks down to the shore line or going, by himself, to the store.

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  3. If you can’t pay the piper, you shouldn’t call the tune.

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  4. Paul Krendler says:

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  5. one handle and stick to it says:

    Well, DUMBF5CK Bill Schmalfeldt traveled ALL THE WAY from Maryland to Wisconsin less than a year ago, didn’t he? Has DUMBF5CK’s health deteriorated SO MUCH in just a year? His sociopathic blogs and stalking/harassment-habits and radio shows indicate otherwise.

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  6. D. Edgren says:

    OK, so as I noted over at John Hoge’s blog, I think Bill Schmalfeldt is terrified to be involved in a serious lawsuit- one where he actually has some skin in the game. Like the old saying goes, “it’s all fun and games until someone gets an eye put out.” That terror has led to him playing what he thinks is his absolute best card- his alleged infirmity, which is so patently awful and heart-rending to others that nobody should ever be able to lay a hand on him in court, right? Remember when his wife, while she was still with us, was going to wheel poor decrepit Mr. Bill down the aisle of the courtroom and there wouldn’t be a dry eye in the place?

    Well, no, actually. It doesn’t work like that.

    While in the criminal justice system occasionally and in thoroughly documented circumstances a judge might take age or illness into account in lightening a sentence, in a civil matter Schmalfeldt’s condition, whatever it is, is simply irrelevant to the result. It is also irrelevant to where a case in the Maryland state courts will be tried- the answer to that question doesn’t help Bill a bit: in Maryland. He only needs to needs to look at Mandy Nagy’s situation in the RICO Retread case (a Maryland state court action) to understand this. It was apparent to the court that Nagy was in far worse shape health-wise as a defendant than Schmalfeldt has ever represented himself as being, but no consideration was ever allowed her in this regard.

    In short, Bill Schmalfeldt has played with the bull and is in no position to grump now that he has gotten the horns.

    You're screwed Bill 8 ball

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  7. crawford421 says:

    He could arrange to appear by video conference. Or hire a lawyer to appear for him. Or offer to settle. Or just default and hope the damages aren’t enough to leave him unable to pay his subsidized rent.

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    • gmhowell says:

      Are you kidding? He’s got so much money socked away, he’s going to leave an endowment behind. In fact, the only reason he doesn’t simply write a check and settle this whole matter is because it would be unfair to the recipients of the endowment to take money from them.

      Let’s face it, John is stealing money from nuns here. And probably kicking puppies as well.

      On Mon, Jun 27, 2016 at 3:24 PM, Dave Alexander & Company with David Edgren and Gus Bailey – The Artisan Craft Blog wrote:

      > crawford421 commented: “He could arrange to appear by video conference. Or > hire a lawyer to appear for him. Or offer to settle. Or just default and > hope the damages aren’t enough to leave him unable to pay his subsidized > rent.” >

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