Dread Pirate Kimberlin is proceeding pro se (that’s legal Latin meaning for oneself, i.e., without a lawyer) in the Virginia Walker v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit. One wonders whether this is because he has delusions of adequacy when it comes to his legal prowess or whether he simply can’t find a lawyer willing to go along with his shenanigans.
One result of his pro se defense is that he has been pwned by the Rules of Civil Procedure. (H/T to commenter egd for that line.) Last Friday, two motions were heard in the Circuit Court in Prince William County (VA). The first was Mr. Kimberlin’s Motion for Continuance that we examined a few days ago. Denied! The second was Mr. Walker’s Motion to Compel Discovery which was, of course, granted.
After over a day of silence, @BreitbartUnmask, a Twitter account that I suspect is either run by or under the control of Brett Kimberlin, posted this:
Note: The redaction is to remove language I find inappropriate for Hogewash!
So Mr. Kimberlin wasn’t told to be quiet; he was ordered to start talking. I haven’t seen a copy of the order yet, but if the judge was generous and allowed him the normal 21-day response time again, Brett Kimberlin now owes answers by 5 October. Under oath.
Tick, tick, tick, tick, …