In an earlier post we looked at one the legal claims TDPK asserted in an email that became Exhibit J for Aaron Walker’s successful Motion to Compel Discovery against Brett Kimberlin. Here’s another bit from that same email:
You are not defending anyone’s rights. You are engaged in harassment based on a meritless suit by a man who is using me and this suit to raise money from gullible people …
Here’s how TDPK operates. If you go to the Justice Through Music Project website (no, I won’t link to it), you’ll find the button on the left in the left hand column of the JTMP web page. Most folks would think that it would take you to a web page collecting money for a real world defense fund. Wrong! Here’s what you find when you click on the link:
While the fine print warns the reader that none of the funds donated will be used to actually defend the group in question, how many “gullible people” clicked through to the donation page? Inquiring minds want to know.</mockery>
If he doesn’t cooperate, it will be interesting to see how Judge Potter handles the situation.
Tick, tock, tick, tock, …
UPDATE—Instalanche! Thanks again, Prof. Reynolds, and welcome Instapundit readers. There’s more mockery of TDPK to be enjoyed here at Hogewash! Click on the Home link in the menu bar and scroll around.