The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin has been given until close of business this Friday to file any further amendments to his complaint in the Kimberlin v. The Universe, et al. RICO Madness. One reason he wishes to do so is that so much of his existing amended complaint has been gutted by the various motions to dismiss. As we wait this week for TDPK’s latest magnum opus, let’s review some of the better bits from those motions to dismiss.
This is from the motion to dismiss filed on behalf of Glen Beck, Mercury Radio Arts, and The Blaze
Kimberlin asserts no claims whatsoever against defendant Mercury Radio Arts. Kimberlin lists Mercury Radio Arts in his case caption and once as a defined term, and then never again. Kimberlin’s claims therefore fail the most basic pleading standards and cannot rise above the speculative level as to Mercury Radio Arts.
So in the case of one of his targets (Twitchy), he forgot to name them as a defendant and left them out of caption of the case. In the case of Mercury Radio Arts, he named as a defendant in the caption, but forgot to allege that they did anything.
Acme Law at its finest.