Dread Pirate #BrettKimberlin’s Breaches by the Six-Pack

As part of the preparation for the hearing next Tuesday, Aaron Walker’s legal team his document another breach of sealed document by TDPK.

Once could be a mistake. Twice starts to show a pattern of contempt for the judge’s order. Six times … We will see what Judge Potter makes of it on 4 December.

Tick, tock, tick, tock, …

1 thought on “Dread Pirate #BrettKimberlin’s Breaches by the Six-Pack


  1. I get why Backer is filing all of these motions. What I don’t get is why he isn’t submitting an emergency motion to seal the documents that Kimberlin is submitting and asking for immediate relief.

    Perhaps he’s worried about bother the judge with too many motions, but these breaches of order are pretty clear-cut and are exactly the type of activity that emergency motions are designed to prohibit – immediate and irreperable harm (leaking sealed documents).

    By failing to seal the documents when they were presented, I think the case is going to be hurt in the long run because it suggests there isn’t any actual harm. Walker can counter that TDPK is releasing this stuff everywhere, so emergency orders wouldn’t help, but he shouldn’t have to make that case.

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