Now that The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin has lost on five of the seven claims of his Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. nuisance lawsuit, it’s time to add a new legal term to the conversation—collateral estoppel. It’s a bit of common law, somewhat related to res judicata, that prevents a person from relitigating an issue. Once a court has decided an issue of fact or law necessary to its judgment, that decision precludes relitigation of the issue in a suit on a different cause of action involving a party to the first case.
For example, The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin alleged in the Walker suit that Aaron Walker, Stacy McCain, Ali Akbar, and I committed certain torts (and a couple of non-torts he imagined as well). We now have a judicial determination that his allegations were without merit. That means that he may not continue to raise those claims in another lawsuit, at least, not against Aaron, Stacy, Ali, and me.
Tuesday’s ruling will likely find its way into several motions to dismiss in the Kimberlin v. The Universe, et al. RICO Madness.
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Should be fun to watch unfold.
Good for you. He got in over his head. Let’s hope this whole thing teaches him a lesson.
Clearly if the state crimes did not occur, they can’t be part of a Federal conspiracy case for making them occur.
But what about the gambling and the Klan Act? Not so easy to get out of those!
Using the legal system to abuse people? Where have I seen that before?
John, did you ever proclaim a deadline by which TDPK had to sue you?
Bill has a long record of self abuse
Meanwhile, over on Twitter, Cousin Bill eructates:
We’ll get to you soon enough Chris, or whatever you care to call yourself these days. Come on down.
6:02pm – 2 Jul 14
“I’ll get you, and your little dog, too!”
Toothless, sputtering threats a speciality!