Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

popcorn4bkNot everything is proceeding as I have foreseen. Yesterday, something went better than expected.

Much, much better.


Now, about the Cabin Boy’s™ continuing breach of the settlement agreement to the Hoge v. Schmalfelt copyright lawsuit, I’ll limit myself to the following statement: I have reviewed the matter with counsel and have decided that it will be in my interest to enforce the agreement. However, I do not wish to publicly discuss the timing or exact manner of enforcement prior to taking action. Frankly, there are more important issues in the queue, but I will get around to dealing with the Cabin Boy’s™ infringement.

Murum aries attigit.

UPDATE—I’ll just leave this right here.MLTFTK_registration

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

I’ve been reviewing the collected Interwebz oeuvre of Team Kimberlin for an upcoming project, and I’ve found some stunningly stupid blithering. One particularly outstanding bit of drivel is a post by Very Ordinary Seaman Ferguson on his The Mockery Continues blog (No, I won’t link to it) called Brett Kimberlin Is Not Adolph Hitler. The post is from early February, 2014, before he became completely fixated on me, and it is a ill-informed critique of the first motion to dismiss filed by Michael Smith on behalf of Michelle Malkin in the Kimberlin v. The Universe, et al. RICO Madness LOLsuit.

The Malkin motion argues, as did almost all the defendants’ motions to dismiss, that Brett Kimberlin is defamation proof, that is, his reputation is so bad that it can’t suffer further injury. VOSF thought (and may still think) that argument was bunk.

Your client isn’t being sued for telling the truth.
Expect your motion to be denied.

So far, the courts haven’t agreed with Ferguson. None of the motions to dismiss the defamation claim in the RICO Madness LOLsuit were denied. In fact, Judge Hazel dismissed that claim, albeit without prejudice. That allowed The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin to refile the defamation claim in state court as part of his RICO Retread LOLsuit.

Of course, Michael Smith included the defamation proof argument in the motion he filed for Michelle Malkin and Twitchy in the state case, and Judge Mason found in their favor, ruling that

I will adopt the arguments of the defendants on their motion to dismiss[.]

popcorn4bkIOW, he ruled that Kimberlin is defamation proof. Thus, we can add that to the list of things that have been adjudicated against Team Kimberlin, and we can record another failed legal prediction for VOSF.

As another blog has pointed out, The Mockery Continues but not how he thought. Indeed, VOSF is a master of unintentional self-mockery. He wrote this just a few days before the Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. trial.

P.S. I’ll just go ahead and prepare you for the eventuality of Brett Kimberlin’s past being wholly irrelevant in this case. Don’t be surprised it barely rates a mention in court next Monday.

(The bad link is in his original post.) TDPK sued my codefendants and me because we had, in part, written about his past. In the Walker, et al. LOLsuit he couldn’t prove that what we had written about him was false. In the RICO Remnant LOLsuit the court has found that his past behavior renders him so odious that he can’t be defamed. TDPK’s past has been important in all the case that have come to court thus far.

Brett Kimberlin really needs to open a fresh can of PR flacks.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

The Cabin Boy™ is still maintaining that Lynn Thomas is Paul Krendler. Meanwhile, The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin is on record (in his Kimberlin v. Team Themis, et al. RICO 2: Electric Boogaloo LOLsuit) as claiming that I am Krendler.

They can’t both be right, but they can both be wrong.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

Most of the posts that have been memory-holed by Breitbart Unmasked Bunny Boy Unread are from the era when Bill Schmalfeldt was editor. Indeed, so much of the Cabin Boy’s™ work has been trashed, he’d be an unperson were it not for some of his recent comments to Bunny Boy’s posts.

OTOH, one can understand the embarrassment (and potential liabilities) that could stem from having posts like this on one’s website.BU20130415bombthreatThe post not only misrepresented Aaron Walker’s comment on the Boston Marathon Bombing, Team Kimberlin tried use the comment section to spin a tale connecting me to a bomb threat to a Carroll County courthouse. The following comment by “Texas Tim” took the post way over the top.

The Maryland/FBI Fusion Center is working overtime tonight and Aaron Walker and his patsy William Hoge would be naive to think that they are not getting a real hard look after what happened in Carroll County at 8:30 am this morning. Someone called the county saying that a bomb had been placed outside the Courthouse. This caused the District and Circuit courts to be evacuated and shut down for the entire day while bomb teams searched the area.

So what is making the Fusion Center focus on Walker and Hoge? Well, Hoge’s criminal charges against Rauhauser, Schmalfeldt and Kimberlin were scheduled to be dismissed at 9:00 am in that very Carroll County Courthouse. This, combined with Hoge/Walker’s recent attack on Howard County prosecutors, has some in the intel/LE community convinced that they are behind the bomb threat in order to get back at the Carroll County judges and prosecutors.

Walker and Hoge have a history of attacking anyone who does not agree with them, even for the smallest slight. Well, now that MO is coming back to haunt them.

And to think that Mr. Hoge was not even in the intel database a year ago…..

In fact, the Carroll County bomb threat was made by a Pennsylvania woman who had a court date for driving without a license. Carroll County Sheriff’s detectives quickly identified her, and she was arrested by police in Pennsylvania.

straight jacketAs bizarre as the Texas Tim comment seems, it’s really no more wacky that any of Brett Kimberlin’s other claims about Aaron Walker or me. According to his latest hallucinations, I’ve moved from being on that intelligence watch list to being an intelligence operative or contractor tasked with watching him.

I couldn’t make that kind of stuff up if I tried.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

Here’s another post that has been memory-holed over at Bretibart Unmasked Bunny Boy UnreadBU20121206wingnutsThe post celebrates the dismissal of the Walker v. Kimberlin, et al. suit filed in Virginia against The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin. Indeed, Kimberlin did win a couple of suits filed against him in 2012, but he lost everything he filed against anyone in 2012, and he’s lost everything else he’s filed that has been decided since then.

Kimberlin v. Walker (I) peace order petition—Denied

Kimberlin v. Walker (II) peace order petition—Denied

Kimberlin v. Norton peace order petition—Denied

Kimberlin v, Walker, et al. nuisance LOLsuit—Summary Judgment and Directed Verdict for Defendants Walker, McCain, Ali, and Hoge

Kimberlin v. National Bloggers Club, et al. (I) RICO Madness LOLsuit—Dismissed against Defendants National Bloggers Club, Ali, McCain, Walker, Malkin, Twitchy, Erickson, RedState, Beck, Mercury Radio Arts, The Blaze, Nagy, Stranahan, Backer, DB Capitol Service, Breitbart, Ace of Spades, and Hoge and Partially Dismissed against Defendant Frey. Appeal to the Fourth Circuit—Denied

Kimberlin v. Hoge peace order petition—Denied

Kimberlin v. Home Depot—Dismissed

Kimberlin v. National Bloggers Club (II) RICO Retread LOLsuit—Dismissed against Defendants Breitbart, Malkin, Twitchy, Beck, Mercury Radio Arts, and The Blaze

Also, all the criminal charges that TDPK has tried for file against either Aaron Walker or me have been thrown out.

wingnutIt’s seems that we wingnuts who have been predicting the failure of Brett Kimberlin’s lawfare have a pretty good track record. Since 2012, he’s batting 0.000, and we’re batting 1.000. TDPK may get a few hits before the game gets called, but he’s still going to lose more that he wins going forward.

If I weren’t one of the targets of his lawfare, I might find this more amusing.

Stay tuned.

UPDATE—The scrapbook of more recent events would include this: