Posted on | September 10, 2013 | 54 Comments
Bill Schmalfeldt ranting, 2011. (Image via Thomas Anderson at Vimeo)
Monday, the state’s attorney’s office in Maryland announced that it would not prosecute Bill Schmalfeldt for violating the peace order that prohibits Schmalfeldt from directly contacting John Hoge. And so this afternoon, Schmalfeldt sent this message on Twitter:
Isn’t that rather a specific list of people in whom Schmalfeldt now claims to have lost interest? Need I remind you that this list is in fact the list of defendants in a lawsuit Brett Kimberlin has filed claiming “DEFAMATION, MALICIOUS PROSECUTION, HARASSMENT, STALKING, CONSPIRACY, INVASION OF PRIVACY AND INTENTIONAL INFLICTION OF EMOTIONAL DISTRESS.”
This confirms what Bill Schmalfeldt said last November:
Good luck getting Bill Schmalfeldt to provide a rational explanation for why he has made this his life’s work.
Did you notice the similarity of language? In November — at a time when he was relentlessly harassing me — Bill Schmalfeldt declared he would stop “investigating” (which was a term he used to describe his harassment) if everybody would “forget Brett Kimberlin even exists.”
Quite a convenient coincidence, I’d say.