Frequent references to blood and warts. Plus the word stab.
At some point, people at Hogewash!, BillySez and Thinking Man’s Zombie might start to wonder if Bill Preston-Schmalfeldt is intentionally living his life in an attempt to convince a judge that he cannot be held responsible for his own actions.
It’s one thing to find a “Kick Me” sign on your back. It’s another thing entirely if you notice that it is in your own handwriting.
LONDON — Police on Tuesday identified the man who blew himself up the previous night at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England, as 22-year-old Salman Abedi. CBS News confirmed Abedi was known to British authorities prior to the attack.
In a generic statement posted online, the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) claimed responsibility for Abedi’s suicide bomb attack, which left 22 people dead, including children, at one of the entrances to the Manchester Arena.
In a generic statement posted online, blogger Dave Alexander said anyone who supports a group which deliberately targets children can go to hell.
Saffie Rose Roussos was eight.
Source (The Sun)
…and the non-lawyers as well…
John Hoge of Hogewash! is suing Brett Kimberlin, convicted bomber, and his good friend Bill Schmalfeldt. Team Kimberlin has pestered Hoge and others for years in the court, and now the shoe is on the other foot.
In Schmalfeldt’s case, a judge has ordered him to respond to document requests in the case.
When a judge orders you to answer document requests in the discovery phase of a lawsuit, don’t you have to produce documents?
Or is ‘no, you can’t have the documents’ a proper response?
Available at Colourbox.com
Is there any language which Bill Schmalfeldt would understand to be an order which required him to do something?
Peace Orders don’t always work, for example. An order to adhere to a copyright agreement didn’t work. The established rules of the court, which order all participants to refrain from recording seem to have been ignored.
Should the judge have pulled out his “LAST CHANCE” stamp, and used it to decorate the order?
What, short of a night in jail or a fine, will actually get his attention?
And just in case Bill Schmalfeldt again repeats to the court that he wants nothing more than to forget John Hoge exists, and enjoy the life he is living at the beach…
Bill Schmalfeldt denied several people their privacy, comfort and peace of mind through a years long campaign of harassment. He at one time had active Peace Orders (or similar documents) in place ordering him to leave people alone. Some were not adhered to.
As soon as a judge clears this case…I suspect he will start again. If you comment here, he will try to find you.
Readers of this blog recognize that Brett Kimberlin had hoped to testify about Don Blankenship, as Brett Kimberlin is a mine safety expert…having dug quite a few holes for himself over the years:
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – Former Massey Energy CEO Don Blankenship is finishing up a one-year federal prison sentence arising from the deadliest U.S. mine explosion in four decades.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Prisons website, Blankenship was set to be released Wednesday from a halfway house in Phoenix, Arizona. He must serve one year of supervised release.
“I’m glad he had time to reflect on the pain he caused,” former U.S. Attorney Booth Goodwin, whose office in Charleston prosecuted the case, said in a text message to The Associated Press ahead of Blankenship’s release. “I hope he used it wisely and will come out of prison ready to make amends.”
That’s from the Kimberlin v. Team Themis, et al. (Electric Boogaloo) as quoted in my original post on the matter Brett Kimberlin:Mine Safety Expert.
Donald Blankenship’s company was involved in an accidental explosion — which could be tied to negligence. Twenty-nine men died.
Brett Kimberlin built 8 bombs deliberately, and one man died — a suicide after years of pain and several operations. Deliberate.
CNN host W. Kamau Bell declared on Thursday the cancellation of college speakers like Ann Coulter is a matter of protecting students from so-called hate speech, and has nothing to do with free speech.
In an appearance on CNN’s “The Situation Room,” host Wolf Blitzer asked Bell, who hosts the series “United Shades of America,” what were his thoughts about college free speech issues and the uproar at UC-Berkeley over conservative speakers showing up on campus.
Actually she was invited.
“That’s not about free speech,” the CNN host said. “The reason why people’s speeches are being canceled is because it’s a safety issue. If your free speech leads to hate speech, and it makes people feel unsafe, then universities have the right to protect the kids on campus.”
In the free speech context, a heckler’s veto comprises either of two situations in which a person who disagrees with a speaker’s message is able to unilaterally trigger events that result in the speaker being silenced.
In the strict legal sense, a heckler’s veto occurs when the speaker’s right is curtailed or restricted by the government in order to prevent a reacting party’s behavior. The common example is the termination of a speech or demonstration in the interest of maintaining the public peace based on the anticipated negative reaction of someone opposed to that speech or demonstration. The term was coined by University of Chicago professor of law Harry Kalven.
In common parlance, the term is used to describe situations where hecklers or demonstrators silence a speaker without intervention of the law.
An Educated Idiot is a person that went to college, but is dumber than a rock. The Educated Idiot feels like he/she is smart, but they screw up everything they get involved in.
But so right…or at least correct on this:
Our freedom of speech is not negotiable, and is not subject to the veto of a masked mob.
America was liberated from the British Empire in part because of the words of patriots. The abolitionist movement, the civil rights campaigns of the ’50’s and ’60’s. the women’s lib movement…all could have been crushed with a few armed and motivated thugs.
The words of Martin Luther King, Alexander Hamilton, Abraham Lincoln, Frederick Douglas, Elizabeth Cady Stanton and all the other heroes you can name…could have been labeled hateful by someone somewhere. Labeled then silenced.
But we didn’t let that happen.
The arc of American history is still toward liberty. These Berkeley thugs are just a blip, like their fellow anarchists in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
When even the old hippies start to agree with me, I beginto be optimistic. As the philosopher John McClain once said, “Welcome to the party, pal.”
Wall Street, Sept 16, 1920.
Berkeley, Feb. 1, 2017.
Berkeley, April 14, 2017.
The anarchists will lose, as they always do, because Americans would rather have freedom. — Radio host, presidential historian and human rights advocate Dave Alexander