I’m going skip over TDPK’s Motion to Dismiss in the Virginia Walker v. Kimberlin, et al. civil suit because it seems to be nothing more than a long rehash of previously shot down arguments. Moving right along, we have his Motion for Protective Order to Stay Discovery.
<mockery>IANAL, but my father was, and he impressed on me the wisdom of never proceeding pro se in a court case other than a minor traffic ticket. “John, the man who represents himself has a fool for his attorney.” TDPK seems to a worked example of that saying.
Take a look at the paragraph at the middle of page 7 of the motion, specifically the third sentence.
Plaintiff asks Defendant to admit to bombing, murder, perjury, pedophilia, fraud, extortion, and a host of other crimes over the past forty years.
Here’s the Request of Admission served on TDPK.
Well, the bombing conviction is a matter of public record. Failing to admit to that crime can be taken as a lack of remorse. It can also be taken as an impeachment of TDPK’s credibility. Let’s look at some of the other things Brett Kimberlin says he is being asked to admit to.
Murder. There’s nothing in the Request for Admission about TDPK committing murder. The closest item is this.
7. Admit a woman Julia Scyphers was found murdered just weeks after you complained she was “harassing” you.
How would admitting to that coincidence be incriminating?
Perjury. Brett Kimberlin’s first conviction was for perjury. The testimony he gave in a 2011 hearing in Maryland is not consistent with the record of his parole revocation.
6. Admit you lied when asked the following question at a November 14, 2011 hearing in Montgomery County (MD) Circuit Court. “Were you released and then sent back to prision for a 12parole violation, for failure to pay compensation to the, Ms. 13Delong (phonetic sp.), the wife of Carl Delong, who took his 14own life after those bombs.”
Pedophilia. The Request of Admission does not directly address this subject either. The closest item is this.
9. Admit that you took multiple trips alone with an underage girl who was the granddaughter of Julia Scyphers in the 1970s.
That’s not pedophilia per se. However, one of the Interrogatories served on TDPK asks this:
11. Please describe in detail your relationship with [Name Redacted] including:
a. Any out-of-state trips you took with her while she was a minor either alone or with others
b. The length of the relationship
c. Whether you had sexual relations with her while she was a minor or after she reached the age of majority
d. When you last has contact with her
The name has been withheld because the girl was a minor child at the time of the events in question. If there is no pedophilia involved, why not answer the questions?
Fraud. Not a single request for admission deals with fraud, unless, of course, an accurate description the failure to pay the DeLong judgment is incriminating or the financial activities of Justice Through Music Project and/or Velvet Revolution US are bogus.
Extortion. Nothing in the Request for Admission relates to extortion per se.
Host of Other Crimes. Such as? Once again, unless the financial activities of JTMP and VRUS are shady, what’s the problem?
None of his motion reads as if it were written by or about an innocent man. I’m reminded of Proverbs 28:1. “The wicked flee when no man pursueth …” They can also try to run when the good guys are in pursuit, but we can also try to catch ‘em.</mockery>
There’s more to come. Stay tuned.