There are some basic strategies in the TK Official Playbook™, including accuse the accuser, weaponize the family and blame the blogger for his commenters.
But the least effective strategy is “hide and seek.” In Mat 2016, Brett Kimberlin hid from service — even telling a deputy sheriff “Good luck finding me…” Details in this post.
We published this updated version of the popular book:
Bill Schmalfeldt has apparently also changed addresses, and has been slow to inform the court about his whereabouts.
I do hope that Team Kimberlin learns that hiding is not a winning strategy. Like filing false police reports, doctoring documents and pretending to misunderstand the court procedures…this sort of thing only brings more trouble.
Put on your big boy pants…and participate in the process like a grownup. Anything less makes you look guilty.