Bill Schmalfeldt has been whining about his loss in court last Friday, claiming that it’s the end of Twitter and online journalism. He has misrepresented both the law and the terms of the peace order in the process.
Saturday afternoon, Schmalfeldt spewed forth several tweets which appear to be an attempt to use the same failed tactic that Brett Kimberlin tried last year to silence some of his critics. Aaron Walker has posted this response. The members of Team Kimberlin and its enablers would be well advised to read Mr. Walker’s post and consider his analysis of the situation.
Let me state this one more time: I fully support Bill Schmalfeldt’s First Amendment right to write whatever he wishes about me so long as he stays within the law’s usual limits regarding threats and defamation. However, I do not wish for him to contact me, attempt to contact me…
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