Let’s take another look at this bit from paragraph 30 of The Dread Pirate Kimberlin’s Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. lawsuit that he has filed in the Montgomery County, Maryland, Circuit Court. Yesterday, we dealt with the factual error of stating that I had stalked TDPK.
TDPK alleges that my reporting of the events in his court proceedings relating to the difficulties between his wife and him are twisted. That’s an opinion, and, as Daniel Patrick Moynahan once observed, he entitled to his own opinion but not his own facts. The facts in this case are a comparison with what I wrote versus what happened in court.
You can read my initial reports of the hearings and trials here, here, here, here, and here. I believe that my reporting agrees with the contents of the transcript audio recording of the events.
It’s tempting to launch into an analysis of the effect of these factual errors on the lawsuit, but this isn’t the time or place, and I’m not the right person to do it. My lawyer will do it in court—assuming the case survives my motion to dismiss.
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