Defendant: Now, what Mrs. Palmer didn’t tell you is that on July 5th she posted what I consider a semi-hysterical post on her blog entitled “Schmalfeldt will not get my home address.” And then she basically runs down ah, her list of fears of me. “Schmalfeldt has promulgated that address to his network of slime-covered operatives who use information to stalk me and endanger my life and safety.” I don’t know any slime covered people. “Schmalfeldt continues to post pictures of places he says people live even when they don’t post where they live themselves, unlike Bill who telegraphs everywhere he lives.” The pictures are available on the internet. Ummmm, and then sheee engages in some type of hyperbole, “all while claiming he has a right to (all caps) ANSWERS (thunk on the desk) and ANSWERS (thunk) RIGHT NOW. Or ELSE (thunk) you will pay!” Ahhhh, “Schmalfeldt posted these pictures which are publicly available, true, and says he wants people’s neighbors to investigate these people so that they can find out what sort of person they are. As if salving Bill Schmalfeldt’s butthurt is the most important thing on the planet. Ever.” And then we jump down to paragraph two…
Judge: I’ve already read this sir..
Defendant: Oh, you’ve already read that already? Okay. So I responded via Twitter and told her I already have your home address. I don’t NEED your home address. The subpoena is on the way now. Simple question is…
Judge: I’ve already read that, sir.
Defendant: All right. She made no effort to explain the discrepancy so I was under the belief that she had, ahhh, misrepresented her home location when she filed the previous restraining order. Now. There was a post, ahhh, and I hope you’ll.. ah, ah, I’ll clean this up. In Dumb F Pretendy-land Twitterz..
Judge: I’ve already read that, sir.
Defendant: You’ve read that already? Ok
Judge: I’ve read this entire packet.
Defendant: Ahhh, Well, this is my packet, your honor. It’s not the same as hers. Aaahhhummm, so, I was wondering did she live in Reidsville North Carolina, when she filed her previous lawsuit, I’m sorry, not lawsuit, restraining order, claiming that this fat, disabled man with Parkinson’s Disease was going to travel somehow from Milwaukee to, ah, come and get her. It struck me as laughable. Oh, and, and her grandson as well. Ahh, she doesn’t tell you what I did to allegedly harass her grandson. I posted a picture online and I’ve never made a threat against her grandson and unless the baby was born with a congenitally blurred face…
Judge: I’ve read that…
Defendant: Oh, you’ve read that. So she took her job in Greensboro, which again raised questions, and she checked the box saying that she lived in Rockingham County on the date she signed it..
Judge: Okay, does that have anything to do, sir, with the complaint she filed against you?
Defendant: (frustrated) YES, I’m trying to contact her to find out whether or not she broke the law..
Judge: Does that have anything to do with anything that happened on or after July the 4th 2017.
Defendant: It has EVERYTHING to do. All I needed, your honor, was a simple yes or no answer, but instead she goes to her blog and inflames her readers into another round of hatred against me. A simple yes or no answer, your honor. That’s all I needed. I didn’t need her home address, I didn’t need her home phone number, I just wanted to make sure that she didn’t violate my civil rights by filing for a restraining order in a county where she did not live. Now, she has answered the question this morning. She says that she lived in Reidsville when she filed for her restraining order. I see no proof of that, but I’m not going to ask for any, because I’ve been told by the district attorney that no crime was committed. Now, unless Mrs. Palmer has any questions of me, or of the court, I WOULD like to ask her a few questions under oath.
Judge: Related to?
Defendant: Related to the emails…
Judge: No. Related only to her complaint.
Defendant: Related, yes that’s what I mean, your honor. You’ll have to excuse me. I get my words garbled sometimes. Ah, related to the current complaint.
Defendant: And, we are both currently still under oath, right?