Dread Pirate #BrettKimberlin’s Hysterical Reply

Defendant Kimberlin’s Reply to Plaintiff’s Opposition to Motion to Dismiss in the federal Walker v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit is hysterical. It’s hysterically funny, and it also seems to be hysterical in the sense of being derived from uncontrolled extreme emotions rather than logic.

<fisking>I particularly like paragraph 2.

2. Plaintiff’s counsel resides in an alternate universe where lies and fraud upon the court are normal , where President Obama is born in Kenya and where Sharia law is be forced on Americans.

Uh, huh.

The only party caught lying thus far is TDPK. President Obama’s place of birth is not an issue in the case, and this is the only time that it has been raised. TDPK is only party who keeps trying to bring Islam, a non-gemane issue, into the case.</fisking>

<mockery>If this is the kind of legal work that TDPK has been preparing for his sanctions hearing in Manassas a week from today, then he might be better off spending his time tweeting snarky, childish comments to Stacy McCain and me.</mockery>

4 December is beginning to look like a promising day for justice. Stay tuned.

Tick, tock, tick, tock, …

6 thoughts on “Dread Pirate #BrettKimberlin’s Hysterical Reply


  1. Wow.

    I could almost see the !!!!eleventy!!!BBQ!! whatever the kids write, in his filing. He really seems to be just a TAD bit upset with Plaintiff and Plaintiffs attorney.

    As I tweeted earlier….December 4 is drawing nearer and nearer. And for TDPK, FMNR, and CMRB it should be a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day.

    (I guess I am showing my age with that last reference, if anyone catches it)


  2. Paragraph 2: This is enough to get a real lawyer sanctioned.
    Paragraph 7: Yeah, that’s how it works.
    Paragraph 8: A lot of BS in there. Lots.
    Paragraph 9: The second sentence is at odds with the first. I wonder if he notices that.
    Paragraphs 15-16: Very sanctionable.

    Does AW go for rule 11 sanctions against BK? It’s just going to upset the judge to have dueling motions on his desk, and he’ll probably rule against them both. On the other hand, combined with the repeated breaches of seal by TDPK, doing so would help paint the picture of Kimberlin’s refusal to abide by court rules.

    Getting costs at this point would also, financially speaking, tip TDPK’s hand.

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