Monthly Archives: July 2017

You Shall Cease

Judge: Alright, if you would please stand up, sir. Alright, sir, based on the evidence and the testimony that I have heard this morning, I find that you have, ah, committed acts of unlawful conduct against the plaintiff in this … Continue reading

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Asking a Simple Question

Defendant: Your honor, I came all the way up here from Florence to be here today because I believe these to be frivolous charges. I believe this to be malicious prosecution, I believe this to be misuse of, or, abuse … Continue reading

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Reiterating Demands

Defendant: Ahhhh, Mrs. Palmer, do you think maybe it might be unreasonable to fear comments from a man who you have written five pages online calling him a dumb F, calling him a child pornographer, calling him a fake, ah, … Continue reading

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Proving the Point

Bill Schmalfeldt thinks that he can punch back twice as hard at people for saying mean things on the internet. He believes that the proper response to being called bad names and being called out on your own behavior is … Continue reading

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If/Then Statements

Whenever Bill Schmalfeldt tries to explain why he’s done something, he never takes personal responsibility. It’s quite strange. To wit: If Lee would have answered me, Then I would not have harassed him. (See HERE.) If Sarah would have answered … Continue reading

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Slow in the Thinking Department

Defendant: Mrs. Palmer, how much fear did these emails inspire in you. These contacts inspire in you. Judge: Please answer the question, ma’am. What exactly did those emails have on you. Petitioner: They began the minute I saw his name … Continue reading

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You Need to Move On

Defendant: Alright. Ahhhhh, (paper shuffle) Mrs. Palmer, the thing that mystifies me is this blog of yours… Judge: No, no! Defendant: Ma’am! Judge: No, that’s an improper question. You may question her about her complaint. Defendant: The complaint is tied … Continue reading

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