I’m sure the Judge wants to hear all about it.

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Schmalfeldt is on the twitterz again talking about how others are going to stand before a Judge and explain why they caused Schmalfeldt so much butthurt.

Faux outrage?  Hardly. I would imagine if a Judge were to let in altered photographs without knowing who created them, he would allow evidence you admitted you were responsible for causing Grady’s family pain and suffering.

Besides, isn’t this a jury trial? The Judge will only decide to let it be heard if it is relevant evidence. The burden is on you, fatboy, to establish foundation and relevance.

I have a feeling that no jury is going to hear anything.

10 thoughts on “I’m sure the Judge wants to hear all about it.

  1. A jury hearing this would have to happen after surviving at least one MTD, among other things.

    On Mon, Sep 4, 2017 at 4:22 PM, Sonoran Conservative wrote:

    > Sonoran Conservative posted: ” Schmalfeldt is on the twitterz again > talking about how others are going to stand before a Judge and explain why > they caused Schmalfeldt so much butthurt. https://twitter.com/ > MBFreeSpeech/status/904797302426140672 Faux outrage? Hardly. I would > imagi” >

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        • Glad you asked-

          Yes.

          There’s a pool on ‘actually getting to a jury.’

          But.

          Management is seriously considering dropping any and all futures pools regarding re-branding. That’s becoming too exhaustingly hard to keep up with.

          Consider (all of you-) that this comment begins the 30-day comment period for consideration of whether bets on re-branding should be dropped or kept. Vote early vote often.

          On another subject: Yes. We note Bill has put up yet another website (not going to link to it) and we DO appreciate your screenshots. Given the new domain-name requires monthly fees (which aren’t much) we do wonder how many of DumbF5cks older and prior websites are still active and being paid for. Monthly. How this plays in to IFP has yet to be determined.

          We leave this as a exercise for the classroom audience.

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    • Yes. There was a hearing on my request for a preliminary injunction in the 2014 copyright case which resulted in the case be designated for alternate dispute resolution. (LOLsuit II was his counterclaims in that case.) The settlement agreement that Schmalfeldt continues to breach resulted from the ADR process. Also, in LOLsuit IV, there was a hearing in the Circuit Court for Howard County on my motions to dismiss. Because the Cabin Boy™ had failed to serve any of the out-of-state defendants, venue was improper in Howard County, so the the judge dismissed the case on that basis.

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