A Maryland judge may finally put an end to W.J.J. Hoge’s habitual stalking of the Kimberlin family this Friday. According to the Maryland case search website, a temporary peace order was issued against Hoge this past Friday afternoon, with another hearing scheduled at the end of this week to determine whether the peace order should be extended for six months.
The clique of comment creeps at his ‘Hogewash’ blog — a band I have begun to call “Lemmengs” due to the enthusiastic participation of career con artist Paul Lemmen — want to assign me responsibility for this litigation, speculating that Mr. Kimberlin is using my blog posts as evidence. But that simply isn’t true: Mr. Kimberlin is quite capable of printing out his own screenshots of Hoge and the Lemmengs fantasizing in comment threads about “rescuing” Kelsie, discussing her age, remarking on the age of consent in Maryland, etc. Their words are his evidence, so when Hoge sees the judge this Friday morning, he cannot save himself by dropping the name of this website or the names of past and present BU writers. We are totally irrelevant to these proceedings.
In fact, my sources inform me that Kelsie Kimberlin is an enthusiastic advocate of this legal approach. Hoge, who watched the Kimberlins’ daughter shout at his attorney Zoa Barnes during courtroom testimony last year, could explain to his loyal Lemmings just why she is so angry at him, and does not want the Lemmengs’ “help” with her family, but he won’t, because the truth doesn’t make him look like much of a man. Nevertheless, the fundamental dishonesty of Hoge’s longtime narrative will become blisteringly clear in about 90 hours whether he likes it or not, and I expect the Lemmengs will follow him right over this cliff.
How will Hoge cope with being an adjudicated stalker of teenage girls? How will a six-month peace order affect his gun permit, or his employment at the Goddard Space Flight Center? These are the questions BU will ask and try to answer. Stay tuned!