All discovery is supposed to be completed in the Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. nuisance lawsuit by close of business today. The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin submitted interrogatories to Aaron Walker, Stacy McCain, and me which we answered, although we withheld some to the information he sought because it was privileged. TDPK sought to have the court compel our additional answers, but his motion was denied.
None of the answers we submitted to Kimberlin were submitted under seal. They are fair game for publication. The Gentle Reader may therefore be wondering why TDPK hasn’t leaked any of the information to a member of Team Kimberlin for publication on the Interwebz. The reason is simple. There’s nothing potentially embarrassing in any of our answers. Indeed, after the case is decided, I plan to publish mine to show how lamebrained Kimberlin’s questions were.
Aaron, Stacy, and I have submitted interrogatories, requests for admissions, and requests for documents to Kimberlin, and he has not been very cooperative. Our lawyer has filed a certification of our attempts to get TDPK to cooperate and motions to compel his answers and for other appropriate remedies. Since TDPK still has time to file his oppositions to those motions, I don’t wish to publicly discuss their substance until his time to respond has expired. I have no desire to say anything that might help him effectively oppose our motions.