A Motion for Default Judgment Against Defendant Rauhauser has been filed in Walker v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit in Virginia. Here are the exhibits for that motion. First, Exhibits A through L:
As usual, the first bunch of exhibits are paperwork establishing due diligence in the service of process, but beginning with Exhibit I, things become more interesting. Exhibit M is a copy of a recent exchange of comments for an LA Weekly post on SWATting.
It’s kinda interesting to see Anonymous, SWATting, and Neal Rauhauser tied together like this.
<mockery>As Glen Reynolds has written, “NO, REALLY, it was a big mistake to fight out of their weight class.”</mockery>
Yes, Team Kimberlin is trying to fight in a class well above their weight. It’s one thing to sit in the basement and insult folks via a keyboard. It’s quite another matter to go toe-to-toe with an experienced litigator in front of a judge. 4 December is less than two weeks away.
Tick, tock, tick, tock, …