Posted on | January 1, 2014 | 34 Comments
If two shitheads like Aaron Walker and John Hoge did what they did to Tetyana Kimberlin, they would have been visited at their homes by the Schmalfeldt brothers. It would have been one on one, with fists, and it would not be pretty. The three brothers would have stood by while I gave the shithead the beating of his life. Then, we would go to the other shithead’s house and repeat, lather, rinse and repeat.
That snippet inspired me to investigate further, and I discovered this weird interpretation of events by Schmalfeldt (no link):
To come between a man and his wife, to work SO HARD to entice the wife into leaving her husband and run off with a PIZZA BOY! To EXCUSE his theft of a car. To PAY HER LEGAL FEES as long as she tells the lies they wanted her to tell. I thank God that she came to her senses. . . .
You fucked with a man’s family, boys. You did it, and there’s no denying it. Tonya spilled the beans. And when you couldn’t have HER lie for you, you just went ahead and lied on your own.
It would appear that Bill Schmalfeldt is relying on Brett Kimberlin’s version of events for this counterfactual narrative, which can be disproven quite easily. No one had to “entice” Tetyana Kimberlin to “run off with a PIZZA BOY” — why all-caps, Bill? — because she did that before Aaron Walker or John Hoge ever met her. You can read this from the court documents filed by Brett Kimberlin, Tetyana Kimberlin and Tetyana’s boyfriend Jay Elliott:
All of these documents were filed by the parties themselves, without any influence by Walker, Hoge or anyone else.
Schmalfeldt’s belief in Brett Kimberlin’s assertions to the contrary — which are the burden of the million-dollar Maryland lawsuit Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. — evidences a foolish trust in Brett Kimberlin. And as to Schmalfeldt’s claim that Tetyana “spilled the beans,” what does Schmalfeldt mean by this? Does he mean (as I suspect) that he is relying on hearsay from Brett Kimberlin?
Does Bill Schmalfeldt even bother to paying attention to facts to determine the sequence of events? Look here:
- Brett Kimberlin v. Jay Elliot — filed July 6.
- Jay Elliott v. Brett Kimberlin — filed July 7.
- Tetyana Kimberlin v. Brett Kimberlin — filed July 7.
In other words, Brett Kimberlin himself started this, by filing a petition for a peace order against Tetyana’s boyfriend. It was Brett Kimberlin who decided to make his wife’s estrangement a matter of public record. Jay and Tetyana then responded the next day to Brett’s court action, and all of this took place July 6-7.
As to what happened after that, I suppose Bill Schmalfeldt is relying on the false allegations in Brett Kimberlin’s lawsuit and/or misrepresentations of Tetyana’s words and actions that Brett makes during “Team Kimberlin” conversations with Schmalfeldt.
Here’s a tiny little clue for Bill Schmalfeldt: I take notes.
Your ridiculous threats and phony expressions of chivalrous umbrage on behalf of Tetyana Kimberlin — a person whom you were quite willing to defame as mentally ill in July — neither deceive me nor intimidate me, Bill Schmalfeldt, and your poor judgment in trusting Brett Kimberlin is further proof that you are an utter fool.
As if further proof were needed . . .