I’m Not Making This Up, You Know

The Gentle Readers who have been following The Saga of the Dread Pirate Kimberlin know that he has been filing frivolous and vexatious lawsuits of late. I’m a defendant in a couple of them. Today, the postman brought me a certified mail package with the amended complaint in the Maryland Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. suit.

The package also contained a properly signed Notice of a Lawsuit and Request to Waive Service of a Summons in the federal RICO Kimberlin v. The Universe, et al. case which allows 60 days for a response. In addition, the package contained a document which purports to be a copy of the amended complaint but is not the same as the amended complaint shown as Item 2 in the case docket on PACER. The one shown on PACER bears the receipt stamp of the Clerk of the Court, so I assume that what I have received is not a true copy of the complaint.

I will have no further comment on this matter until I have consulted further with counsel.

17 thoughts on “I’m Not Making This Up, You Know

  1. It would be very interesting to see what changes he’s made to his document. Third bite of the apple, without leave of court? Tsk. tsk.

  2. Your counsel will give you good advice on this, I’m sure. But it is amazing what little tricks Kimberlin thinks are going to give him an advantage, when in fact it does nothing but convince the judge that he’s a loon.

  3. Move for Rule 11 sanctions, if and when you are ever served.
    Signed, Lickspittle First Class

    PS I just finished scrubbing the siding with the new toothbrush that you gave me. Thank you for that, sir. I hope the work is to your satisfaction, and that of your lovely spouse.

  4. It would be interesting to see the differences between the document sent to you and that filed with the court.

    And I suspect Rule 11 is coming. The troublesome BS was at least useful in providing more than enough evidence to prove that the purpose of this lawsuit was to harass.

  5. Interesting. Osborneink is trying to gode RSM into divulging his address by publishing a return receipt signed by … somebody other than RSM. I am tempted to believe that they’re that stupid, but they’re not BS. It won’t work, and he is so unethical he will never print a correction or retraction. That is not effective service.

  6. What would be the point of showing the receipt, and unredacted? Are they insinuating they mean to target that person for not being RSM?

    • No. They are trying to rouse his protective instincts and push him into spilling the beans. This is what they do. This is why BS goes after Ali’s family, and Stranahan’s wife and kids.

    • Schmalfeldt says he already talked to the lady and “got her story”. He’s threatening McCain to answer an email or “If Mr. McCain hasn’t replied by bedtime, I will have to share it with our readers and let them decide as I dig deeper.” First off, who is “our”? Schmalfeldt working with Kimberlin? I’m sure Bill was his usual charming self when he spoke to an innocent woman. In other words, he probably threatened her.

      • In similar circumstances in the past Bill Schmalfeldt has admitted he bluffed. Based on past performance, “I will have to share it with our readers,” is in all probability a completely hallow threat. If he actually had any information that was damning to RSM, or anyone else, he’d lack the self-control to refrain from sharing it.

        Someone ought to contact this poor lady to explain the peace order process to her as soon as possible. The deranged freak might very well decide to stalk an innocent woman for no reason other than she moved into a home previously occupied by one of his enemies.

      • Well, it’s like I said…I think it’s time for us “Un-indicted Co-conspirators” to start up an investigation of our own, because #Journamalism.

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