Every captain needs a first mate. TDPK’s first mate is Neal Rauhauser. FMNR is included as one of the et al. in Virginia Walker v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit. Here’s the list of things relating to FMNR in the suit.
Count VI—Federal Extortion
Count VII—Maryland Extortion
Count X—Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress Virginia Law
Count XI—Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress Maryland Law
Count XVII—Interference with Business Expectancies Virginia Law
Count XVIII—Interference with Business Relations Maryland Law
Count XIX—Interference with Business Expectancies D. C. Law
Count XXIII—Business Conspiracy Under Virginia Code § 18.2-499, 500
Count XXIV—Civil Common Law Conspiracy Virginia
Count XXV—Civil Common Law Conspiracy Maryland
Count XXVI—Civil Common Law Conspiracy New York
Count XXVIII—Federal Stalking
Neal Rauhauser hasn’t answered Aaron Walker’s complaint yet. He is being re-served, and this time the required process is not only being followed, it is being carefully documented at each step. If he doesn’t answer this time, a default judgment will be sought.
FMNR has bragged about the use of lawfare as a means of punishing and harassing his enemies.
We’re dealing with people who have likely had no interaction with the court system beyond a traffic ticket; the potential for a pro se litigant to force them into expensive, long distance, lengthy, discovery laden litigation doesn’t seem to cross their minds.
<mockery>This would seem to be a suboptimal strategy when tried on a lawyer who is an experienced litigator. And even it it were a smart plan, it’s usually a dumb move to explain your strategy to your opponent in advance.
If you don’t play, you can’t win, and you have to show up in court to play this game.</mockery>
I’ll do my part. Grab some more popcorn and stay tuned.
Tick, tock, tick, tock, …