Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin was utterly disorganized in his approach to getting things into evidence during the Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. trial. The only way he had to get the defendants’ allegedly defamatory writings into evidence was to show us copies for us to authenticate. Nothing that he showed me for authentication was an accurate copy of anything that I had posted. It was either incomplete or altered. Stacy McCain had the same experience. For example—

MR. KIMBERLIN: Can you identify this article?

MR. MCCAIN: No. No. This is an altered version. This has material that’s extraneous to the article.

MR. KIMBERLIN: Did you write an article attacking a reporter named Monica Hesse.

MR. OSTRONIC: Objection, your honor.

THE COURT: Sustained.

MR. KIMBERLIN: Challenging.

THE COURT: The objection’s sustained.

MR. KIMBERLIN: Do you know Monica Hesse?

MR. MCCAIN: I don’t. I have never met her.

MR. KIMBERLIN: Do you know that she wrote an article about my daughter in the Washington Post?

MR. MCCAIN: No. She wrote an article about you in the Washington Post.

MR. KIMBERLIN: Did you tweet that Monica Hesse works for a newspaper that’s hostile to the — Washington Post?


MR. KIMBERLIN: Did you tweet that my daughter is a girl who can’t sing a lick?

MR. OSTRONIC: Objection, Your Honor.

THE COURT: What’s the relevance of that, sir? You are the party in this case. Not your daughter.

MR. KIMBERLIN: Your honor, these people —

MR. OSTRONIC: Objection to the “these people” thing.


MR. KIMBERLIN: Okay. Mr. McCain wants to harm me —

THE COURT: Hold on a second. You are the party in this case, so I sustain the objection as to any questions having to do with someone not party in this case.

MR. KIMBERLIN: Well, I just want to ask him if he wrote this.

THE COURT: You can ask him if he wrote that tweet, and he can answer that a yes or no. 

MR. KIMBERLIN: Did you write that tweet? Just that tweet?

MR. MCCAIN: No. That’s not — that’s different than what I wrote. That’s not — 


THE COURT: What is that? Is that number 20? What? Twenty-four?

MR. MCCAIN: Your Honor — 

THE COURT: That’s okay. It’s not in evidence.

TDPK got very little into evidence, and what he did get in was insufficient for the judge to allow the case to go to the jury. That’s why he gave us defendants a directed verdict in our favor without our having to put on a defense.

TDPK’s strategy and his execution of it during the trial was truly ACME Legal at its finest.

Meep, meep!

16 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. Seriously, I think Acme would be embarrassed by that performance. Their products usually did exactly what they were supposed to; it’s not Acme’s fault their customers are/were idiots.

  2. He doesn’t care. He got the defendants to give up a few days to fight him, and that’s enough. The question I have is: do the donors to his various “charities” know he is spending his time researching and writing meritless briefs and appearing on matters that are clearly frivolous, rather than managing the scams in which he’s solicited funds to support? If I was Barbara Streisand, I would be pretty ticked that BK was using his time to harass bloggers rather than ensuring the money I sent to support his poorly defined “work” was spent on actual social action.

  3. I’m amazed at how much time and effort he spent trying to prove harm to his daughter who was not a party to the case. Seems at though he really didn’t want anyone to talk about him at all.

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  5. I’m envisioning Brett falling afoul of a certain Texas judge who has very creative sentencing – I can see Brett sentenced to the non aired appearances as an assistant to the Dance Mom herself….

    Of course these will be known as the “deleted by the censors” episodes….

  6. its seems BK honestly thought he’d waltz in to the courtroom spew his lies and the defendants/judge would just sit there and neither contradict him nor offer to and then walk out a winner..

    and I thought Twinkie was delusional…
    the main point however is how long is Maryland’s judiciary going to let him continue to do so with impunity…


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