Dread Pirate #Brettkimberlin Losing Track of His Narrative

In his Motion for Protective Order to Stay Discovery filed in the federal Walker v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit, TDPK loses track of his own timeline.

<fisking>In paragraph 9 he writes that

Plaintiff has also filed a frivolous $66 million dollar lawsuit against Defendant et al. …

No, the amount sought is $2 million.

… for violating his First Amendment rights by identifying him as publisher of the Muslim hate blog.

No, TDPK is only party continually referring to a never-existing hate blog.

The Court in that case, on October 5, 2012, denied Plaintiff’s motion to sanction Defendant for failing to produce discovery, …

Really? That motion was filed with the court on 11 October. I don’t believe that Judge Potter has yet ruled on that motion.

… and told Plaintiff’s counsel that he would not address any discovery matters until Defendant’s Motion to Dismiss is decided on December 4, 2012.

I was in the courtroom for both the 5 and 26 October hearings. On the 5th, Judge Potter was quite firm in directing TDPK to properly respond to Aaron Walker’s discovery requests not later than 5 pm that very day. On the 26th, the judge consolidated the five motions pending in the case into one hearing on 4 December. One of those motions is for sanctions against TDPK for multiple reasons including blowing off discovery.</fisking>

It’s starting look like panic is setting in. Good.

Stay tuned.

Tick, tock, tick, tock, …

UPDATE–There was a sanctions motion heard on 5 October, the one TDPK filed against Dan Backer. That motion was denied.

5 thoughts on “Dread Pirate #Brettkimberlin Losing Track of His Narrative

  1. Ya know, I’ve noticed something. Along the lines of Stacy McCain’s Accuse the Accuser theory.
    Unless a judge, specifically, rules against him then he must have ruled FOR him. Sometimes even if he DID rule against him, if the judge said ANYTHING favorable, it was a ruling FOR him.

    • Good observation.

      Hoge has me optimistic again. I didn’t think that was going to happen. If things go well, it won’t be long before the judge is added to the list of victims of smears or worse, sadly.

      I am convinced this is why Aaron couldn’t get justice from Maryland’s prosecutors. They saw the hassle justice would entail. I hope for their sake I am mistaken.

      • That might be part of it. They may have also thought this was just an internet fight. Sort of thinking that nothing serious was going on and it was a waste of time to move forward.

        Unfortunately that is what a lot of people see when they just glance at what is happening. It isn’t until you look at the whole picture that you see how heinous what is happening really is, (Obviously I am not talking about the SWATings…those I think they take serious immediately) and that it crosses over into criminal behavior.

        I am cautiously optimistic that things will start to go right at the December 4 hearing and we will start to see Brett Kimberlin get what is coming to him.

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  3. The Federal Dismissal sort of proves my point from above. The judge thought this was just an internet fight between political rivals and dismissed it.

    In tht case TDPK was bale to snow the judge into accepting that it was a petty squabble not worth the courts time to take up.

    Dammit I hate that. I still hold out some hope for the Dec. 4 hearing though

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