Verbosely vexatious litigant would be an excellent description of The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin. Last Friday, Judge Grimm had had enough and ordered a ceasefire in the dueling motions and oppositions and replies being filed in the Kimberlin v. The Universe, et al. RICO Madness.
On Wednesday, TDPK filed a couple of motions dealing with a subject other that one of the subjects in the judge’s letter order. One relates to a protective order filed by Ace of Spades, and the other seeks to have Paul Alan Levy disqualified from representing Ace in the case. The motions were filed without first seeking the court’s permission as the letter order requires.
I received my copy of the motions in the mail yesterday. Here’s the Certificate of Service for the motion to disqualify Paul Alan Levy. Brett Kimberlin certifies that he served a copy on me on 21 February.
It appears that TDPK has filed a false certificate of service with the motion.
Falsus in unum falsus in omibus.
UPDATE—Aaron Walker discusses the contents of the envelope here.