Xenophon is telling lies over at Breitbart Unmasked again (No, I won’t link to it.)—What really happened was that The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin’s motion for alternate service on Ali Akbar was denied. You see, Maryland Rule 2-121(a) requires that service of process via mail be by Certified Mail, Return Receipt Requested, Restricted Delivery. Unfortunately, TDPK didn’t check the box for Restricted Delivery on the Certified Mail green card. Also, and this is confirmed by the USPS mailing receipt he filed as an exhibit in his RICO status of service report, he didn’t pay for Restricted Delivery either. The Restricted Delivery charge in 2013 was $4.75 in addition to the $5.65 for Certified Mail with Return Receipt. Sure enough, the copy of the green card that Kimberlin filed with his motion for alternate service does not have the Restricted Delivery “Yes” box checked. Even if he had mailed the package to correct address, service would have not been valid.
Meanwhile, TDPK was unhappy that Ali’s lawyer was not being cooperative, that is to say, was looking out for his own client’s interests. In a fit of pique, TDPK filed a motion for sanctions against Ali’s lawyer, and, to make sure that he got it right this time, he included an exhibit that showed the green card with the box checked.
And he got caught.
And Judge Burrell was not amused by having two versions of the same document from the same party. Motion denied!
Furthermore, at no time during the hearing did Judge Burrell verbally order Ali’s lawyer to disclose Ali’s current address to TDPK, and she has not sent any such written order to Ali’s lawyer.
So what we have here is a notorious liar lying about what happened when a convicted perjurer got caught filing an apparently forged document with a court.