Paul Krendler has documented that Bill Schmalfeldt not only owns a car, but has a driver’s license.
From my email:
That is called a non-denial denial.
A journalist like Krendler could ask these legitimate questions:
- Why would a person who surrendered his license in 2009 – ostensibly due to the accelerating symptoms of a progressive neurological disorder – need a new one?
- Why would the person ever think it would be wise for him to get back on the road, after seven years of complaining that the targets of his stalking and harassment are only EXACERBATING his symptoms by asking him to stop?
- Why would a lying, vexatious litigant who claims to be unable to travel outside the range of his MedicAlert device without risking his very life even need a driver’s license?
- Wouldn’t this toss a serious wrench in his claims that he is unable to travel to court appearances in far-off jurisdictions?
In fact, Krendler did. I changed turd-sniffing something or other to person.
Let me add the following:
Since your online dating profile which you filled out recently states that you don’t shake,
is there some other nicknamedo you actually have any physical limitations on travel.
Did you ever?
In repeated motions to dismiss, move cases to different jurisdictions, and to appear by video, you have painted your physical condition as frail.
Was that all bullshit?How are you doing?
Is there something you’d like anybody to mention to your late wife’s family, as the notion that she did errands for you in the weeks before she died now seems relevant, and somebody — probably Roy — will be letting them know right quick..
Was there ever a time when you felt guilty about any of this?
I’m sure folks will add more.