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Deranged Cyberstalker Bill Schmalfeldt Continues His Descent into Madness

Posted on | January 26, 2017 | Comments Off on Deranged Cyberstalker Bill Schmalfeldt Continues His Descent into Madness

Bill Schmalfeldt, ranting on YouTube, circa 2011.

Years of working in “file-it-and-forget-it” mode — today’s newspaper is tomorrow’s fishwrapper — means that stories I once covered on an almost daily basis are routinely consigned to the archives. For a few months in 2013, for example, I covered the Kate Hunt saga in a thorough and relentless manner until she was finally sentenced to jail, at which point I dusted off my hands and moved on to other stories.

Likewise, I spent nearly two years covering every angle of the Brett Kimberlin saga until, in August 2014, the Pro Se Perjurer was defeated in the $1 million Maryland defamation lawsuit, Kimberlin v. Walker, et al.

Most unwisely, the Pipsqueak Pipe Bomber decided to turn that case into the Brett Kimberlin Pedophile Trial and when he lost . . . Well, what more could any Neutral Objective Journalist say? “Case closed.”

My erstwhile co-defendant John Hoge, however, has not been so forgiving of the Notorious Nuisance Litigator. Kimberlin has continued picking fights with Mr. Hoge, who has repeatedly defeated Kimberlin in court, much to the embarrassment of a certain obese Kimberlin fanboy.

Google “deranged cyberstalker” and Bill Schmalfeldt‘s name comes up for some reason, perhaps because in November 2012, the neckless lunatic decided that it would be a clever idea to target my wife for harassment.

Because there are many other more interesting stories my readers care about, I’ve more or less ignored the otherwise obscure Schmalfeldt the past couple of years. Probably the last time I mentioned him was in October (“Deranged Cyberstalker Bill Schmalfeldt Is Still Deranged and, Yes, Cyberstalking”) when the fat fool recycled a particularly wretched falsehood. However, we must ask, what does it say about Bill Schmalfeldt that he has continued his obsessive attacks against John Hoge?

Here is the thing that Bill Schmalfeldt can’t seem to understand: Whereas I am a Neutral Objective Journalist who is only interested in reporting and commenting on newsworthy events and personalities, John Hoge is a private citizen who just happened to take offense at Brett Kimberlin’s cruel vendetta against the lawyer Aaron Walker. My gonzo approach to the Kimberlin saga led to some personal involvement on my part, but I nevertheless kept reminding myself that I was a journalist covering a story, which is why I never sued anybody or filed for any restraining orders, etc. By contrast, the private citizen John Hoge is not constrained by any such consideration — unfortunately for Bill Schmalfeldt.

Judging from what my friend John Hoge has written lately on this subject, it would seem that Bill Schmalfeldt doesn’t comprehend the meaning of the word “plagiarism” and, by incorrectly applying this word to Mr. Hoge’s work, Schmalfeldt has committed torts against Mr. Hoge — allegedly, I hasten to add, because far be it from me to claim any specific knowledge of all the legal matters involved in this dispute. Knowing the character of the participants, however, I can safely say:

  1. If Bill Schmalfeldt were wise, he would leave Mr. Hoge alone;
  2. Bill Schmalfeldt is a fool, and will be unable to restrain himself from further inciting Mr. Hoge’s ire;
    and therefore
  3. Mr. Hoge will continue to inflict humiliating defeats on Schmalfeldt.

Lather, rinse, repeat.

By the way, it probably isn’t Neutral Objective Journalism to encourage readers to hit the tip jar at Hogewash. But really, you should.



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