The Gentle Reader should take note that I generally am rather slow to discuss some aspects of the lawsuits that The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin has filed against me. That’s because I don’t wish to educated him about errors he makes until it is too late to correct them.
Take the process of discovery in the Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. nuisance lawsuit as an example. The process isn’t complete yet. However, some parts of it have gone as far as they can go. Each party is allowed to ask 30 interrogatories of each other party. TDPK asked 32 of me, and I answered all of them. (I let him have the extra 2.) Of course, some of my answers were in the form of “No, you can’t have that privileged information,” and he asked the court to compel me to provide the information he sought. The court denied his motion. Since that part of discovery is done, I’m willing to talk about it.