Bill Schmalfeldt is Afraid of John Hoge Knowing His New Address


Bill Schmalfeldt is obligated to inform the court handling John Hoge’s lawsuit of any change of address. Here are Mr. Schmalfeldt’s own words on the subject:

HOGE WILL NOT GET MY HOME ADDRESS

There are reasons I am very reluctant to give my personal home address to WJJ Hoge III of Westminster, Maryland. They revolve around issues of personal security and safety based on the fact that each time I have revealed my home address, Hoge has promulgated that address to his network of slime-covered operatives who use the information to stalk me and endanger my life and safety.

Yeah, so it was not so long ago that Bill Schmalfeldt didn’t feel hesitant to publish my address, employer name and a picture of my house. [Remember, Tweets read bottom to top.]

That’s my house. That’s me.

My crime? I spoke critically of him. He couldn’t find anything really nasty that I’ve said and still can’t.

My response at the time, and is to this day…no.  

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4 thoughts on “Bill Schmalfeldt is Afraid of John Hoge Knowing His New Address

  1. Dave Alexander (formerly ukuleledave) Post author

    In this particular legal matter, he could have avoided all trouble simply by following through on his legal commitments to John Hoge, and by avoiding his endorsement of a story published online. Protip: Never, ever announce that someone else’s story is true…unless you are ready to share a table in court with the writer. Doubly true if the story is about someone who has dragged you to court before.

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  2. JorgXMcKie

    It is bad enough for him that he has tangled with people who aren’t willing to let him get away with his BS. I’m always surprised he hasn’t managed to cross someone who would really take him out. Blowhards do seem to eventually run into someone who won’t put up with them. Many years ago I saw one get a huge set of lumps after he wouldn’t shut up when he should have. It was oddly gratifying.

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