Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

The most recent member of Team Kimberlin to be stuck with the job of editing Kimberlin’s propaganda website Breitbart Unmasked (No, I won’t link to it.) is Matt Osborne. Since a principal duty of that gig seems to be helping Team Kimberlin dig even deeper holes for themselves in their lawfare, Bunny Boy has been assigned as the Team Kimberlin grave digger and is carried on the roster as 57F Osborne.

While I was reviewing the 50+ posts mentioning me over at Breitbart Unmasked, I found one from 3 September, 2013, that is a wonderful example of Osborne’s cocksure wrongheadedness. He called it We Are Criswell, and it made wildly inaccurate predictions about the lawsuit that The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin had filed against Aaron Walker, Stacy McCain, Ali Akbar, Kimberlin Unmasked, and me in Montgomery County Circuit Court. Back in the ’50s, the real Amazing Criswell was a local TV huckster in LA who sold “Criswell’s Family Vitamins” on infomercials during which he claimed to be a psychic. He was best known for his wildly inaccurate predictions. However, the real Criswell, who occasionally got something right, had a much better record than Osborne—who got everything wrong.

My codefendants and I did not wind up facing “numerous lawsuits in the months to come.” TDPK has tried for a second bite of the apple with his RICO Madness, but that is now looking to be an even bigger disaster for him.

We haven’t had our “asses hauled before a judge and jury to examine their fund raising frauds, tax violations, schemes, and scams.” TDPK hasn’t alleged any tax violations in either suit, and he has been unable to show any of the elements of fraud in either case.

When the case did come to court, we didn’t “lose because they have given Mr. Kimberlin more than enough evidence to prove malice.” TDPK was way short of enough evidence; indeed, the judge told him that he essentially had none.

OTOH, 57F Osborne assuming the Criswell personality for his predictions makes some ironic sense when one considers that The Amazing Criswell is probably best known for his appearance in the worst movie ever made, Plan 9 from Outer Space.

19 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. Just for the record, Osborne has now found himself aiding two different recidivist criminals who have sued people for calling them pedophiles. (The other one was awarded a default judgment of $10 because his wife did not attend the trial.)

  2. Citing Plan 9 ought, all by itself, to accrue some sort of award. I’m not sure for what, because, well, hello, Plan 9. But something!

  3. As interesting as Ferguson is (he said, tongue planted firmly in cheek) there is something far more interesting happening here. What it is, ain’t exactly clear (to me).

    Could be pointing in a few interesting directions. Guess I need to wait for a Johnny Dollar episode to find out.

  4. Ed Wood would be so proud that his “Greatest Achievement” (save wearing pumps and a skirt) was used to describe a member of Team Kimberlin

  5. Wait one daggum minute here. Are you saying that their claim to be “the real Criswell”, they are, in essence, saying they are the real hucksters? That a certain brand of female undergarment has manifested itself?

  6. Hoge, you’ve lost me here. Thus far, you’ve used naval terms for Team Kimberlin (Cabin Boy, Very Ordinary Seaman, etc.) Now you’ve used an Army designation for one of them.

    I’m SOOOOOO confused…

    • …illustrating that Cousin Bill never learns.

      Which comes as no surprise to me, at least.

      He was a stupid child, a clueless teen, and a dipshit adult. His senescence follows the pattern earlier established.

      Hi, Cousin Bill! When will you ever stop punching yourself in the groin?

      • And in this case, stating clearly that he will punch himself sometime in the future, and offering NOT to bother if Krendler would simply tell his name! (Not perfectly accurate as a metaphor, but pretty close.) I hope Krendler turns out to be Fred Thompson or Alan Dershowitz.

  7. I checked out the BU site. It reads like a bad left-wing National Enquirer, except the 2-headed Martian baby stories in the Enquirer are far more entertaining.

Leave a Reply