The problem with asking a legal question in public, is that everybody sees your questions. I guess we know how that meeting turned out:
I started to think it might not be Bill Schmalfeldt. Maybe this happens all the time. Then this:
When someone shoots at you and misses, they still have to answer for attempted murder even though the intended victim was not harmed. This is all part of a four-year pattern of activity from these people and others to hang a conviction — any conviction — on me. As law enforcement has bigger fish to fry than a small-time mob of bloggers trying to frame someone, am I to just let the crime committed against me go? Or is there a civil remedy? Let’s discuss harm. For months — and up to this date — my name has been smeared on the web as a “deranged cyberstalker” because Individual #1 was able to convince a judge that it’s harder to block a person on Twitter than it is to change your phone number to block telemarketers. My family doctor said there is no way to prove this in court, but the stress caused by the threat of having 367 (you read that correctly) criminal charges hanging over my head may have caused a dormant medical condition to go fulminant leading to her death last year. This group has created an “Encyclopedia Dramatica” page to smear me and mock the memory of my late wife. They have e-mailed me images of a woman being violated post autopsy, indicating that is what I hoped would happen to my wife. They have been brutal, filthy, merciless, and it continues. I am a 61-year old suffering from a progressive neurological disorder that is being made worse by the constant harassment. But if you are saying there is no civil remedy for fraud, mail fraud, perjury, forgery, tampering with evidence, obstruction of justice, then I guess I have to rely on the hope of getting a judgment for harassment, libel per se, etc. Thank you.’
No, it’s Bill.
Raising two simple questions:
- How can anyone develop a legal strategy when their lawyer posts his answers in public?
- How do the Lickspittles and Zombies find Twitter accounts, new websites and lawyer questions so quickly? I really don’t know how, but please remember not to open pictures sent to you by email, or any attachments.