Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

Here’s another set of factual errors from The Dread Pirate Kimberlin’s Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. lawsuit.AmendedBKvAW31aThe “family” court matter that Aaron Walker and I attended on 9 July was not held in Family Court. It was held in the District Court in Rockville, Maryland. There were three hearings. Two were about protective orders. Brett Kimberlin was seeking one against his estranged wife, and she was seeking one against him. The other was for a peace order being sought by a friend of Mrs. Kimberlin who was being harassed by Brett Kimberlin.

Aaron Walker and I were sitting in the back row of the courtroom observing. We were there because we had seen the cases in the Maryland Judiciary Case Search database and wished to know what was happening. When Kimberlin arrived at the courtroom, he seemed surprised to see us. TDPK asked the judge to eject us because we were “stalking” him. She informed him that we had every right to observe an open court hearing. He then asked the the hearings be closed and held in her chambers. The judge refused.

At the conclusion of the hearing, deputies handcuffed Mrs. Kimberlin and restrained her. Aaron Walker and I left the courtroom. TDPK had submitted a petition to have his wife involuntarily committed for a psychiatric evaluation. The judge released her within a few minutes, but Aaron Walker and I were gone by then. We could not have followed her out while she was being held in custody.

I did not meet Mrs. Kimberlin until a few days later—when she approached me.

4 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. There is an even bigger discrepancy as line one says “Hoge stalked plaintiff” then line 3 says “and then following the wife out of the courtroom.” Maybe you are actually stalking his wife and not him? Ok, ok. Wouldn’t following his wife take you away from your stalking him? What would be the point?

    Crazy stuff.

  2. On one hand I think a judge should just toss all Kimberlin’s cases since each one of them is clearly defective. On the other hand, I’d love to see him destroyed in open court.

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