In his Motion for Protective Order to Stay Discovery filed in the federal Walker v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit, TDPK loses track of his own timeline.
<fisking>In paragraph 9 he writes that
Plaintiff has also filed a frivolous $66 million dollar lawsuit against Defendant et al. …
No, the amount sought is $2 million.
… for violating his First Amendment rights by identifying him as publisher of the Muslim hate blog.
No, TDPK is only party continually referring to a never-existing hate blog.
The Court in that case, on October 5, 2012, denied Plaintiff’s motion to sanction Defendant for failing to produce discovery, …
Really? That motion was filed with the court on 11 October. I don’t believe that Judge Potter has yet ruled on that motion.
… and told Plaintiff’s counsel that he would not address any discovery matters until Defendant’s Motion to Dismiss is decided on December 4, 2012.
I was in the courtroom for both the 5 and 26 October hearings. On the 5th, Judge Potter was quite firm in directing TDPK to properly respond to Aaron Walker’s discovery requests not later than 5 pm that very day. On the 26th, the judge consolidated the five motions pending in the case into one hearing on 4 December. One of those motions is for sanctions against TDPK for multiple reasons including blowing off discovery.</fisking>
Tick, tock, tick, tock, …
UPDATE–There was a sanctions motion heard on 5 October, the one TDPK filed against Dan Backer. That motion was denied.