Prevarication Du Jour

This one’s from The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin. It’s the first paragraph of his letter to Judge Hazel asking for him to rule on his motion to disqualify Paul Alan Levy from representing Ace of Spades in the Kimberlin v. The Universe, et al. RICO Madness.ECF 174-para1There’s a reason why the motion was never ruled upon. It was never accepted by the Court. The Clerk returned it to TDPK who never bothered to do what was necessary to properly refile it.


45 thoughts on “Prevarication Du Jour

  1. Brett Kimberlin employs intentional dumbassery hoping that it doesn’t get closely examined. Same dumbassery as his certified letter shenanigans.

    • Purposeful lying is purposeful.

      Of course he knows this, he is muddying the water. He is hoping to pull one (more) over on Judge Hazel.

      Who does seem to be wising up to BK, but still let’s more slide than he should.

      Mainly, I think, because fellow travelers travel together.

      • The meat of his argument was weak sauce even if true but it’s very very very false and easily determined by anyone including myself as false.
        This can’t end well for the little weasel. It could end so badly he gets no vacation.

      • You raise an interesting and serious argument there, Earl. Regrettably, Hazel is a federal appointee and the potential for review and/or oversight is limited to the appeal process; again, costly and time consuming for the defendants.

    • I still can’t get over the single-defamatory-word claims… hahahaha I mean, in context, the word “not” could have prefaced every single one. It’s highly unlikely, given the bombing, perjuring, piece of filth being discussed, but without any more, I don’t see how a court could just assume the single words are defamatory. hahahaha

      • His pleading reads like the crappy movie using single words or phrases from bad reviews to put in their ads.

        “AMAZING!” (It’s amazing that this movie was released to the public)

  2. I can’t help but notice how this particular filing does not comply with frcp 11 (b). Now to see if there are sanctions sua sponte or whether someone will have to ask for them first… I SO cannot wait to see the Judge’s response. Get your Popcorn now! Popcorn, JujuBees, Junior Mints, Raisinettes, Milk Duds, Popcorn here! Fresh and hot!

  3. He was looking for a way out with the injunction, because he can’t comply with the terms the judge set without getting in trouble.

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  6. And the letters to Judge Hazel are in the mail…

    That’s some really remarkable dumbassery on display, right there, Brett Coleman Kimberlin. You must think everyone is asleep at the wheel.

    And now it is memorialized, forever, in a publicly available document, indexed with your name, Brett Coleman Kimberlin.

    “Fear is the mind killer.”

  7. So the preliminary injunction which is absolutely necessary because of the immediate, grievious and irreparable harm to his daughters can now wait a month or more because it might be moot by then.

    Do I have that about right?

    The lulz, they satisfy like a Snickers.

    1986 was a great year, wasn’t it, Brett?

    • Exactly, Pablo! His request for extension is assinine on its face (then again so is he). I couldn’t have summarized the blatant display of gaming the system better if I’d tried real hard.

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