Last Friday, I picked up over 60 pages of public documents that had been filed during the previous week in the Virginia Walker v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit. I’ve decided not to post all of the material, at least for the time being, because much of it is repetitive. I do want to post the main body of Aaron Walker’s Motion for Sanctions Against Defendant Kimberlin.
I’ve left off the exhibits. Exhibit A is sealed; I don’t have it. Exhibits B and C are copies of motions previously filed by TDPK. Exhibit D is the billing record for Dan Backer’s law firm related to the motion; he’s asking for an award of legal fees.
<mockery>Since the whole Saga of TDPK is convoluted, might as well begin in the middle of the motion with Count Two, Practicing Law Without a License.
TDPK has been filing motions on behalf of his codefendants Neal Rauhauser and Ron Brynaert. That is a clear violation of the Rules of the Supreme Court of Virginia. First, Brett Kimberlin does not have a law license in any state, let alone Virginia. (BTW, as a convicted felon, he probably can’t be admitted to the bar in any state.) Second, even if he were a lawyer, he is not a disinterested party; his defense will undoubtedly have conflicts of interest with the other defendants’.
He claims that he has standing to defend the interests of Messrs. Rauhauser and Brynaert because he is an alleged coconspirator. Poppycock! A default by one or more alleged conspirators does not prove the involvement of anyone else. That’s a matter of both logic and the law.
If he thinks that he has an effective strategy for anything other than creating delays that might not be viewed sympathetically by the judge, he could be in for a very rude awakening. In just a few more days. The sanctions hearing in a week from this Friday.</mockery>
Tick, tock, tick, tock, …