Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

For a while now, folks have been jokingly referring to Breitbart Unmasked as Bunny Boy Unread. Now, that seems to have come true. As I write this, no one can read Matt Osborne’s nonsense, because the server that was supporting it isn’t responding. Here’s the last few legs of a traceroute to that server.BUtracerouteThe path dies inside the PhoenixNAP server farm where is hosted. Either the server has been down for a couple of days without repair (unusual for a facility that guarantees 20 minute response time on trouble tickets), or perhaps someone’s pulled the plug.

popcorn4bkConsidering how some posts have disappeared from BU over the years, it may be that some things will be lost during this takedown. However, the site has been fairly robustly backed up on other servers, so no significant spoliation of evidence is likely.

Stay tuned.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

I was going to do a post about the increasingly weak web presence of the various Kimberlin-related websites, but all day yesterday, I kept getting this when I tried to check on breitbartunmasked dot com—BUdownI got this when I tried to view jtmp dot org—JTMPdownA bit of snooping turned up the fact that the server was either down or disconnected. The connection was good into the server farm, but failed at the IP address of the hardware that hosts the websites.

Did anyone else notice?

I didn’t think so.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

Over at Breitbart Unmasked Bunny Boy Unread they’re making bigger fools of themselves than usual going on about Aaron Walker’s lawsuit against the Kimberlins. The comment section is particularly asinine, including gratuitous comment about me (who has noting to do with the suit) from the likes of Mark in MD WI.

The derp is great with this bunch.

Prevarication Du Jour

Over at Breitbart Unmasked Bunny Boy Unread, Matt Osborne has a post up in which he claims that the discovery in the 2012 Walker v. Kimberlin, et al. case in Virginia was not sealed. He’s not telling the truth.

Here are the instructions Judge Potter gave The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin and Dan Backer (Aaron Walker’s lawyer) during a hearing on 5 October, 2012:

So I’ll extend this protection to the parties. This would apply to the defense as well, in terms of response to any discovery that’s filed by the other side I think the protective order should extend to any response again, to interrogatories, request for production of documents, request for admissions.

Those may be filed with the Clerk and the order should require the Clerk to take those documents. I will tell you that what the Clerk needs from you when you file any documents like that is a big cover sheet that says to be filed in a confidential section.

So you put that in bold print so that the Clerk doesn’t by mistake file it openly and scan it in the open file. With that information given to the Clerk and with this order — and I’ll ask you to prepare an order today reflecting the Court’s decision so that we can get it done immediately.

With this order entered, then hopefully the Clerk will file it confidential, which is available quite frankly to me as the Judge, but not available to the public. The documents will be available to counsel for their review, not to be copied and not to be published, but for their review for the purpose of litigation.

Walker v. Kimberlin, et al., 5 October, 2012, Transcript, p. 17, line 10 to p. 18, line 9. Discovery provided by both sides was sealed, and Kimberlin was required to file his responses to Aaron Walker with the court because he had refused to cooperate with normal procedures.

BTW, I am an eye witness to the 5 October hearing. Anything Bunny Boy writes is hearsay.

Patterico Pushes Back

Ron Coleman, the lawyer representing Patrick Frey in the Kimberlin v. Frey RICO Remnant LOLsuit, has filed an reply to The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin’s opposition to Patterico’s motion for a protective order and motion for the court to issue him blank subpoenas.

So Bunny Boy Unread is now becoming an issue in a court case.


Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

Every so often, I look to see whether Breitbart Unmasked is still on the web or whether 57F Osborne has found a real job. As of yesterday, it was still out there wasting bandwidth.

It’s also has not yet published any corrections or retractions concerning erroneous statements made about Aaron Walker or me.

Bunny Boy really should get around to it. Soon.