Hoge Gets Away with Lying, but Nothing Else

On January 12, 2017, I answered an Interrogatory for the second time in the case of Hoge v. Everyone Who Every Lived. On January 16, Hoge admitted he received the answer. But even though all my other answers by e-mail were accepted, Hoge decided this particular answer had to be delivered First Class Mail.

So, he secretly filed a request to show cause for contempt of court. He didn’t mail me a copy, he didn’t mail the Kimberlins a copy. He “affirmed” under penalty of perjury that he did. I brought this fact up to the judge who said it was not the matter before him that afternoon.

Bottom line, the judge decided I answered the interrogatory. No contempt.

Except for my complete and utter contempt for William John Joseph Hoge III.

The video is my own, taken on my iPhone, showing no one in the court, just the audio. It is fully compliant with Maryland Rule 16-110.