The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin is showing signs of being rattled. He is suing or trying to sue 20-some-odd people and organizations in his vexatious Kimberlin v. The Universe, et al RICO Madness. That makes him the plaintiff in the case, so why is his proposed motion for sanctions against one of the defense attorneys captioned like this? (Note: Twitchy is not yet a party to the lawsuit, but Mr. Smith also represents Michelle Malkin who is a defendant.)Planitiff Twitchy? Planitiff? He’s written about using Microsoft Word in his pleadings. Doesn’t he use the spell checker? And notice that he refers to himself as “Defendant Brett Kimberlin.” What’s with that?
My guess is that he’s not only bitten off more than he can chew but also picked a fight with multiple critters further up the food chain than he is. And the realization of the seriousness of problem he’s created for himself—and the panic—appear to have set in. He’s making careless, but very significant, errors. He’s seems stunned that none of his targets simply rolled over and offered to settle and even more surprised that several of us are putting up vigorous defenses. The old saw about the best defense being a good offense suggests that even stronger push backs are likely coming. An effective suite of counterclaims pleaded by one or more of the defendants would put TDPK on the defensive.
If he’s very lucky, the RICO Madness will be put to rest on our motions to dismiss.