…has really gotten Schmalfeldt scrambled.
One of the recurring themes in the Bill Schmalfeldt bag o’ tricks is this notion of context. In the second amended complaint against John Hoge et al, (link) on page 9 Mr. Schmalfeldt again asserts that Sarah Palmer twists and takes out of context Bill’s writing. This has been a standard complaint over the course of the last 8 lawsuits.
These blog postings amount to false statements made with malicious intent. The
defendant cannot say she is merely quoting the defendant while twisting his words into meaning something she has created in her imagination.
He is now predicting that a set of photographs he has submitted to the court in the same case will be taken out of context:
The openness to which John Hoge presents most of the public documents in his civil cases is amazing. What a legal and lulzy education we’re getting watching this case develop. I hope we do get to see the photos, assuming they were taken with the subject fully clothed.
How someone can demonstrate mobility issues in a series of photographs is another queer point.
I don’t know what these photos will show, but I do know a few things about Bill Schmalfeldt.
- Taken in context, his ideas and writings are just as bad as when they are out of context. These is no real explanation for writing some things.
- The balance of the document he promises John Hoge will see today will also bring laughter and joy to the interwebs.
It appears that the same individual who was able to move state to state, appear in North Carolina with lots of documentation, and then move again to a different town after a fire…that person is willing to tell a judge he cannot travel to Maryland for a trial.
There’s no other reason to explain the “extend of my disability and deterioration to the judge and plaintiff…”
Taking his Tweets in context, he was sicker two years ago.
I made that bigger, just in case his eyesight is also failing.