A District Court judge granted a Temporary Protective Order to Tetyana Kimberlin against Brett Kimberlin. The judge then combined both of their protective order cases with Tetyana’s custody petition in the Circuit Court for a hearing on 12 August.
On her way out of the courtroom, Tetyana was accosted by Craig Gillette, who BlogBash attendees may remember as the protestor photographer in the blue parka. Gillette appeared to talking to her on Brett’s behalf. If that’s is the case, that would be a violation of the order before the ink on the judge’s signature was dry.
Gillette was detained by a bailiff.
I will have more to tell you about Craig Gillette in a later post.
UPDATE—During the back-and-forth before the judge, Brett Kimberlin tried to bring Aaron Walker into the case by bringing up irrelevant information about a previous case (which Brett wound up losing). Aaron Walker was present in the courtroom observing. I expect that he will have a long post up later today with his analysis of the case.
UPDATE 2—Rather than have Tetyana’s testimony in the evidentiary record, Brett consented to the order.