13 thoughts on “On Copyrights”

      1. Yup. He's also negated every complaint he's had about the Horde in the last year and a half. All of this is his creation, and he did it because John Hoge told him it would be "a great scam."

        Wotta DUMBFUCK.

    1. This seems like something incredibly easy to prove. If this post of his has even a shred of accuracy, then there should be an extensive paper trail. Two people couldn't coordinate this in the open, there would have to be back channel emails, chat logs, or something in order to make sure everyone is on the same page. Even if they were all written under a pseudonym, they should still exist. Even phone records to denote calls made.

      So, clearly all that needs to be done is to post this material and the truth will come out. And not just one or two, but all of them. ASAP.

      Otherwise, he seems to be accusing Hoge of committing a fraud on the court, which I suspect is a felony even in Maryland. I'm not a law-talking-person. Is there a term for openly accusing someone of committing a felony you know didn't happen?

      1. Don't forget to also admitting to committing fraud itself - either it filed a fraudulent copyright on the work of someone else, or it filed failsuits against others for its own writings.

        It seems pretty clear to me that its own legal, under oath paper trail shows criminality. I mean the kind a prosecutor deals with, not a only civil tort.

        Yeah, I suppose it's possible that if anyone wanted to file civilly to get the malignant monster's social security garnished for a couple of hundred per month, they'd have a very good case. OTOH, they'd most likely have to hire a lawyer to avoid giving up their anonymity, and that freak won't live long enough to pay off the fees.

        So, the civil route doesn't seem to be worth the inconvenience, imo. That's especially true when a DUMBF**K is so unbelievably stupid, that it may very well have lied itself into criminal charges that wouldn't involve any of the horde. None of us would even be useful as a witness - the proof is all by its own diseased hand.

      2. @Jane November 24, 2015 at 11:33 am

        Otherwise, he seems to be accusing Hoge of committing a fraud on the court,...

        Federal Court no less.

      3. It is it's own proof: Nothing William Schmalfeldt Sr says can be considered reliable. Nothing.

        Falsus in unum, falsus in omnibus.

  1. I always love when Bill plans these things out. He is so bent on getting traction, he forgets to tighten his lugnuts.

    1. Looks like I messed up the link.


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