Spoliation of the Day

Remember when Bill Schmalfeldt said…

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Oh wait. He deleted it from the Internet. My bad.

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3 Responses to Spoliation of the Day

  1. Turns out, the States Attorney believed “these guys” over Mrs. Kimberlin, after all. Funny how people tend to do that, once they figure out who they’re dealing with.

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  2. Jane says:

    That ‘witness’ who self-humiliating and self-described Happy My Wife Died woo hoo TheMerryWidower put so much stock in recently claimed protection under the 5th Amendment to avoid discovery, including answers to interrogatories, related to that false charge.

    The loathsome loser is so eager to see its enemies punished, it doesn’t care how false those charges were, and I have no doubt would have sworn to them its vile self if it would have helped get those good men charged with a crime – – any crime – – no matter how ridiculous, nor how far from the reality of the facts.

    The fat freak acted as a cheerleader for what it had to know* were bogus charges, wholly based on parsing words, manipulating the truth of the matter, and outright lying to mislead the court commissioner. (Note the charges were not only dropped, but expunged by request of the state.) For example, the repulsive recreant doesn’t miss a word written on TFS blogs, and has read many pleadings showing that Aaron has never indicated a minor child is “fair game” due to “corruption of the blood.” In fact, Aaron wrote the exact opposite many, many times. Here is one of the many, many iterations, and the original discussion is also linked therein.

    *If the lying laardvark somehow didn’t know, maybe because of its repeatedly admitted dementia, then the grotesque ghoul shouldn’t have endorsed the false charges, indicating knowledge.

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