Actually, several months late and a million bucks short. The Gentle Reader who has been following The Saga of the Dread Pirate Kimberlin all the way through the Dread Pro-Se phase may remember that I offered to settle with him if he paid me a million dollars when TDPK first filed his Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. nuisance lawsuit. That offer expired when my lawyer had to get involved and file a motion to dismiss. I tried to let TDPK off cheap. He ignored my offer and doubled down with the Kimberlin v. The Universe, et al. RICO Madness.
So where are we now?
In the state lawsuit TDPK has been caught submitting an altered document as an exhibit. The apparent forgery caused him to lose the motion connected with it, and he now faces a motion for sanctions related to submitting it.
In the RICO Madness TDPK has been caught serving an apparently forged summons on a non-party to the lawsuit. He’s been caught sending more that one defendant a version of his amended complaint that is not consistent with what he filed with the court. He’s been caught neglecting to serve court papers on defendants. He’s been caught filing an erroneous report on the status of service of process with the court, and that report contains exhibits which do not support the report’s claims and which may be altered. He’s been caught misquoting his own exhibits in other filings. And he continues to ignore the judge’s admonition to properly sign his filings.
The World’s Worst Pro Se Litigant™ should have taken my offer while it was still on the table.
UPDATE—I’m hitting Stacy McCain’s tip jar as a royalty payment for use of his trademarked phrase above. Speaking of Tip Jars …