The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin is suing 21 defendants in the Kimberlin v. The Universe, et al. RICO Madness. He tried to sue 22, but he screwed up the caption on the Amended Complaint he filed with the court, so Twitchy wound up as a non-party. TDPK attempted to solve that problem by sending the defendants altered versions of the Amended Complaint. I noticed the alteration as so as I compared the copy he sent me with what was on PACER, the federal court system’s online records database. I informed the court in my motion to dismiss that I was responding to the official version and not the one sent to me. After talking with some of the other defendants, I know that they received the bogus version of the Amended Complaint too.
When TDPK finally got around to actual service of process, he didn’t have a summons for Twitchy because they were not a party listed in the caption of the suit. So he sent them one that he kludged from a copy of the summons for Aaron Walker. Twitchy has advised the court of the forgery.
Kimberlin is trying to cover his tracks by filing a motion to amend his complaint. He’s trying to spin the situation as a “clerical error.” Yeah. A clerical error compounded by a forged summons.
We shall see how the judge rules.