The Week in Review
Monday: Brett Kimberlin goes venue shopping to try to find a court that will let him testify and settles on a federal RICO lawsuit. Check.
Tuesday: Brett Kimberlin foolishly adds defendants with
deep pockets good legal staffs as defendants in his RICO lawsuit. Check.
Wednesday: Bill Schmalfeldt attempts to use a hearing on a motion to modify the peace order issued against him as a trial de novo, gets shot down by res judicata, and fails to offer the judge any evidence of a change in circumstances meriting a change in the order. Check.
Thursday: Brett Kimberlin panics and rushes through an amended complaint which does not address all of the technical errors in his original complaint—wasting his one amendment allowed in his RICO lawsuit under the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (Rule 15). Check.
Friday: The Maryland Court of Appeals fails to expedite the Schmalfeldt v. Hoge peace order appeal. Check.
Everything is proceeding as I have foreseen.