A Motion for Default Judgment Against Defendant Brynaert has been filed in Walker v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit in Virginia. Yesterday, I posted the exhibits attached to the suit that related to establishing that Crew Member Ron Brynaert has been properly served and that time had run out for him to respond to the suit. Here are the other exhibits that were filed with the motion:
These establish that CMRB did, in fact, know that he was being sued. That’s important. Virginia allows for an appeal of a default judgment in some limited circumstance. However, one needs to be able to show that one was completely unaware of the suit.
<mockery>While it is fairly easy to demonstrate that CMRB doesn’t seem to understand the difference between a burro and a burrow (One is an ass. The other is a hole in the ground.), given his tweeting and emailing, it’s going to be impossible for him to claim to be unaware of the lawsuit. I don’t know where CMRB has been getting his legal advice, but there’s better information on the subject on Wikipedia.</mockery>
Two weeks and counting until 4 December, and plenty of interesting activity is due that day. There’s a sanctions motion for The Dread Pirate Kimberlin, and default motions for his two sidekicks, First Mate Neal Rauhauser and CMRB. And speaking of FMNR, we’ll be looking at the exhibits accompanying the default motion for him soon.
Tick, tock, tick, tock, …
UPDATE—Instalanche! Thank you, Prof. Reynolds! And welcome, Instapundit readers. Thanks for stopping by. You can find more information on Team Kimberlin and both Walker v. Kimberlin, et al. cases here at Hogewash! Just click on the Home button in the menu bar and scroll around or use the site Search box.