As I alluded to late last week, the clock has run out on service of process and time to respond for First Mate Neal Rauhauser and Crew Member Ron Brynaert in the Virginia Walker v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit. On Friday, Dan Backer, Aaron Walker’s attorney, filed motions for default against the two et al. defendants. He has asked that the default hearings be consolidated with the other hearings scheduled for 4 December.
Here is the Motion for Default Judgment Against Defendant Brynaert:
Here is the Motion for Default Judgment Against Defendant Rauhauser:
I have the exhibits and will be posting them as well.
<mockery>Both defendants have been unwise in their nonresponse to the court. FMNR has been particularly foolish in mocking the court while posting sealed documents from the discovery material provided to Brett Kimberlin. He has referred to abiding by Judge Potter’s order sealing the material as a “paranoid interpretation of a muddled instruction.” Gentle Reader, do you really think that the Clerk of the Court was paranoid in keeping the documents under seal? And how do you think Judge Potter will react to having his rather clear (I was there in court. I heard him) instructions referred to as muddled?</mockery>
Tick, tock, tick, tock, …