I was perusing the filing that has been sent by Bill Schmalfeldt to the Maryland court in the case John Hoge has filed against him. This request to dismiss was in lieu of simply waggling his middle finger in a shocking breech of decorum (cuz that’s really all he’s got) at HOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOGE!, who is suing him for defamation and breach of contract.
Something in this filing, however, struck me as odd.
Please note that he avers, to the court, that BEFORE RELOCATING on Aug. 22, 2015, he signed the title of the Tincasa Splendor Palace over to TJ.
Now. Where oh where have I seen admissions from Bill that this just isn’t so?
Oh that’s right! Here. It was written on November 5, 2015.
So, as of November 5, 2015, Bill Schmalfeldt was proclaiming to the Internet at large that he OWNED the Tincasa Splendor Palace. Unlike what he averred to the court.
Now, whether or not Maryland takes trailers in a trailer park as “real property” (that designation varies from state to state), it seems to me that either someone is LYING to the court now or was LYING then. Either way, Bill Schmalfeldt has a not-so-good acquaintance with the truth and certainly can’t keep his statements straight. Which is not so good for him, eh?