One of The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin’s lawfare tactics is to try to paint any opponent as engaging in shady behavior that’s more properly characteristic of Kimberlin’s own actions. Here’s a line from a post over at Breitbart Unmasked (No, I won’t link to it.)—
“A vexatious litigant” am I? Vexatious litigation is usually understood to be legal action initiated maliciously and without probable cause by an individual who is not acting in good faith for the purpose of annoying or embarrassing an opponent. Litigation winds up being classified as vexatious when an attorney or a pro se litigant repeatedly files groundless lawsuits and repeatedly loses.
The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin brags about having filed “over a hundred lawsuits.” What’s his record of winning?
He lost Kimberlin v. Crest Paragon Productions, his first RICO suit.
He lost the Kimberlin v. Walker I peace order.
He lost the Kimberlin v. Walker II peace order.
He lost the Kimberlin v. Norton peace order.
He lost the Kimberlin v. Elliott peace order.
He lost the B. Kimberlin v. T. Kimberlin protective order.
He lost Kimberlin v. DeLong, his appeal of the DeLong judgment.
He lost Kimberlin v. Department of Justice, et al., a suit seeking to keep Mrs. DeLong from collecting what he owed.
He lost Kimberlin v. Dewalt, his appeal of his parole revocation.
He lost Kimberlin v. Brewer, another parole related case.
He lost Kimberlin v. Department of Justice, his suit to be able to have an electric guitar in prison.
I could go on and on.
With all that in mind, the Gentle Reader should not be surprised to learn that more than one of the defendants in the Kimberlin v. The Universe, et al. RICO case are seeking to have the court find that Brett Kimberlin is a vexatious litigant.