More “Discovery”

As part of discovery in the Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. nuisance lawsuit that The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin lost this week, I sought discovery of documents.

You can see from TDPK’s answers beginning with number 13 that he thought that he would control what evidence would be introduced. He wound up being correct only because the case folded before we put on our defense.

I’m sticking by my theory that TDPK didn’t testify because he wanted to avoid being trapped between perjury and the Fifth Amendment when confronted with some of the issues raised in my request for documents.

popcorn4bkHe still has time to drop his Kimberlin v. The Universe, et al. RICO Madness before things really hit the fan in that case. Is he smart enough?

We shall see.

Stay tuned.

18 thoughts on “More “Discovery”

    • But…but….but….Schmalfeldt’s own lawyer told the court that Schmalfeldt was not a journalist.

      • And of course the shield law has nothing whatever to do with Kimberlin. He has no privilege to invoke or waive.

    • Some of these blog posts truly need to come with a “Potential Beverage Spewage on iPad” Warning. LOL!

      “Reporter Shield.” Now, THAT’S rich.

      The Deranged Cyberstalker and Adjudicated Harasser Bill Schmalfeldt — IN HIS OWN WORDS — has claimed he is no longer a “journalist” (Grain of Salt blog post), and made quite clear he was taking it upon himself to speak aggressively and unbiasedly with regard to the sawed-off, domestic terrorist Brett Kimberlin’s lawfare.

      Purdy much the exact opposite of a reporter. Well, TRUE reporters/journalists.

      Lying liars lie.

    • This is a steaming pile. Assuming arguendo that Schmalfeldt is considered a journalist for shield law purposes, the shield law protects him from being compelled by subpoena to reveal sources and unreported information. Kimberlin can’t refuse to provide discovery on that basis.

  1. Heh. In item 12, Brett Kimberlin says he is not on parole.

    Is this perjury? Who will ride with Bill Schmalfeldt to the courthouse if his good friend Brett Kimberlin goes back to prison?

  2. He really had no clue that when you sure someone they actually are allowed to defend themselves using information that THEY want to bring up not just what you want. Smh.

    And the less I say about BS invoking the “shield law” the better. Bwahahahahah! Giggle! Snort!

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