Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


The Kimberlin v. Most of the Universe, et al. RICO Retread LOLsuit is on the docket for a hearing before Judge Mason at the Montgomery County Circuit Courthouse at 9:30 this morning. The hearing will consider the motions to dismiss filed by defendants, the oppositions filed by The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin, and any our replies.

popcorn4bkThe hearing could also take up any other motions filed by close of business last Tuesday. That would include TDPK’s motion to compel Intermarkets to give up information concerning Ace of Spades and my motion to sanction TDPK for problems with service of process (again).

The court may also consider whether to sanction TDPK for failure to appear at the last hearing. Judge Mason directed the attorney’s present at the last hearing to provide him with affidavits of the bills to their clients for that hearing. TDPK has filed an opposition to the lawyers’ requests for fees, but they have not made such requests. They have merely followed the instructions the judge gave them on his own initiative.

Stay tuned.

 

The Last Word


Yesterday, I dropped off a reply to The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin’s opposition to the motions to dismiss his Kimberlin v. Most of the Universe, et al. RICO Retread LOLsuit at the Montgomery Circuit Courthouse as a favor for Aaron Walker. Since yesterday was the cutoff for written filings to be considered at tomorrow’s hearing on the motions to dismiss, this is probably the last filing the judge will review. It is the last entry in the online court docket.

As usual when replying to the Plaintiff, it is useful to take a moment to outline the arguments he has not disputed.

Heh.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


Thursday’s Card

In the other corner—The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin

In my corner—Patrick Ostronic, representing me; Aaron Walker, pro se; Michael Smith, representing Michelle Malkin and Twitchy; Scott Sholder, representing Glenn Beck, Mercury Radio Arts, and The Blaze; and Mark Bailin, representing Erick Erickson, RedState, Breitbart, and Ace of Spades.

I don’t think we will limit ourselves to punching back only twice as hard.

Stay tuned.

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.

Hmmmmm.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


The anniversary of the Speedway Bombings is coming up, and Dave Alexander will begin running an exhaustive history of those events beginning on Tuesday, 1 September.

Tune in.

Speaking of anniversaries, yesterday was the second anniversary of The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin’s Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. nuisance lawsuit which he lost in August, 2014. He has appealed the case to the Maryland Court of Special Appeals. I haven’t written much about it in order to avoid educating the midget, but the appeal hasn’t progress beyond the filing of briefs. All I can say for now is that TDPK’s appeal filings are as hallucinatory as the other things of his that I have posted recently.