The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin was in a hurry to drop his motion for sanctions against Ali Akbar’s (and my) lawyer during the 9 April hearing before Judge Ryon in the Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. nuisance lawsuit. I suspect he didn’t want the judge to look very carefully at the motion’s exhibits.
Scroll down to Exhibit C. This item was supposedly mailed to Ali Akbar back in September, 2013, when the complaint was first being served. The USPS tracking information for the item shows that it was mailed on 11 September, 2013.
Take a look at the Restricted Delivery box. It’s checked.
Now, scroll down to Exhibit E. (It’s the one with the distorted tail.) Take a look at the Restricted Delivery box for this piece of mail sent to Ali Akbar during the first week of January, 2014. It’s checked too.
Finally, scroll down to Exhibit F which is supposed to be the Certified Mail green card that was mailed to National Bloggers Club on the same day that the mail in Exhibit E was mailed to Ali Akbar. The Restricted Delivery box isn’t checked, an interesting inconsistency.
Here’s another.The tick mark for the Restricted Delivery box on the September green card appears to be a slightly different color and a significantly different line weight from the other writing on the card, suggesting that a different pen was used to make the mark. That tends to support the proposition that the card was altered when TDPK was preparing his motion in January, and, of course, TDPK admitted altering one card during the hearing. Having the evidence from this motion before the court would have provided a second instance of forgery.