Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

Xenophon wonders if I was in the courtroom during the hearing in the Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. lawsuit Monday morning. There’s an incredibly silly post over at Breitbart Unmasked (No, I won’t link to it.) with all manner of blithering about the hearing and whether or not my behavior was ethical.BU20131106

I was there. It is true that the docket shows that Aaron Walker, Stacy McCain, Ali Akbar, and I were “not present,” but that is because we did not choose to intervene in the hearing. Neither I nor my lawyer was present at the defense counsels’ table, but I was still in the courtroom watching.

The clerk didn’t call the roll of the defendants. He called the case, and the persons having business before the court on the motion to compel appeared. They were The Dread Pirate Kimberlin representing himself and the two lawyers, one representing Kimberlin Unmasked and one representing Google. Because the order would not affect me, my lawyer and I chose not to intervene. I still attended as a spectator A.) because I’m a party to the suit and B.) because I wished to be able to blog about it from firsthand knowledge.

So the court “missed” me because I didn’t formally appear. Nothing sinister. All quite routine.

It’s interesting to see the various ways the Team Kimberlin is trying to spin the coverage of TDPK’s vexatious lawsuits. The only real accomplishments of the motion to compel is to cause Google to give up what is probably a pseudonym, a blind-alley email, and proxy IP address used to register the Kimberlin Unmasked blogspot account and to make moot the motion to compel filed in the federal copyright case filed against Kimberlin Unmasked.

Yawn.

When I last checked PACER, the federal courts’ online docket tracking system, no one had yet answered the amended complaint in the federal Kimberlin v. The Universe, et al. suit.

As the Gentle Reader who has been following The Saga of The Dread Pirate Kimberlin for awhile may remember, I have filed answers to his complaint and his amended complaint in Maryland Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. I expect the next hearing will likely deal with my (and possibly others’) motions to dismiss the suit. If the case survives that hearing, the fun will begin.

Stay tuned.

7 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


  1. People in the audience are not noted on the docket, only those making formal “appearances” as you note.

    These people really are very stupid.


  2. Why would they even have this conversation since Kimberlin knows you were there? It serves no real purpose and it’s a waste of time… Perhaps, they believe they’ll be able to convince some uninformed visitor that may stumble on their site by accident that Hoge is a liar?


    • Kimberlin is the guy who continues to lie and claim he was “assaulted” by Aaron Walker in a courthouse lobby despite there being video evidence, and a judge’s finding, to the contrary. I don’t think the man knows how to tell the truth anymore. He would lie about whatever he thinks makes him best.


      • If you read the District Court transcript of the hearing for the final order and the order itself, you see that the judge found that Aaron Walker acted in self-defense.

        Furthermore, the order was overturned on appeal which means that the Circuit Court did not believe that an assault occurred.

        Lies from a convicted perjurer … whodathunkit?

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