Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

While I wait for The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin to file his omnibus response to the defendants’ motions to dismiss his second amended complaint in the Kimberlin v. The Universe, et al. RICO Madness, I thought if might be interesting to review the story of his vexations federal lawsuit by reposting some of the highlights of the past year’s coverage. Here’re the first couple of posts from Hogewash! concerning that lawsuit.

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Prevarication Du Jour

Posted on 16 October, 2013

Bill Schmalfeldt is fantasizing that Brett Kimberlin’s frivolous RICO suit has struck fear into the hearts of the five defendants in his similarly meritless state lawsuit, and that our lawyers are no longer interested in representing us.ftrrnews201310161835ZFear? Well, not exactly in my case. I learned of the case by checking the Cabin Boy’s blog at 9 this morning. My lawyer for this morning’s hearing had stepped out of the conference room to check on something, and when she returned, I was laughing at the major stupidity of Brett Kimberlin’s action. On advice of counsel, I’ll say no more than that.

And as to the matter of having counsel to advise me, no one who is on board the current legal team has expressed any interest in leaving. A second attorney will likely be lead counsel for the RICO suit, but there’s plenty of time to sort that out.

UPDATE—Kimberlin Unmasked is also suitably unimpressed.

[Note: The Kimberlin Unmasked link is now dead.]

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

Posted on 17 October, 2013

Brett Kimberlin personally handed me a copy of his federal RICO lawsuit Kimberlin v. National Bloggers Club, et al. in the foyer of the Historic Courthouse in Westminster yesterday morning. Once again, I am one of the et al. Here is a scan of the suit.

I really don’t like disabling comments on a post, but I’m going to do it for this one. Here’s why: Kimberlin’s complaint is so mind-bogglingly defective that almost any comment will help him improve it. I have no intention of doing anything to help him. I want him to have to work very, very hard for his ultimate failure.

On the advice of counsel I have no further comment.

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Comments are enabled for the repost. TDPK’s initial complaint was so screwed up that he filed an amended complaint within two days.

9 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. When Brett’s awful suits first appeared, a few people added commentary supportive of Brett Kimberlin, and attacking Brett’s lawfare victims, while holding themselves forward as if they were knowledgable about either the merits or the form of the frivolous suits. All of those who participated in pro-Brett Kimberlin PR campaigns need to, at last, come forward and apologize to the victims of the intentionally frivolous and vexatious lawfare. When they’re done doing that, they can apologize to all of Brett’s other victims – victims of his forgeries, lawfare from the 1980s or 1990s, his bombings, or pedophilia – for helping reward Brett’s lifelong crime spree.

    It’s well justified to ask any and all of Brett’s enablers to help undo his crimes. It’s also justified to question their self-promoted public images. For instance, Kevin B. Zeese shouldn’t be patting himself on the back for his political activism (tweeted prolifically on his twitter account) while he also aids Brett Kimberlin’s crimes. Nor can he hold himself as an ethical practitioner of the law. Jeffrey R. Cohen likewise can’t claim to be an ethical, competent attorney while his signature is on the filings of Brett’s scammy self-enriching “charities.” Matt Osborne can’t pretend to be a writer on news and opinion when he’s also a PR hack for pedophile Brett Kimberlin and his creepy fugitive hired harasser, Neal Rauhauser. Nor can Osborne expect his articles to be taken sincerely while he cheers for “lubed up” sex offender, repeat criminal harasser, extortionist, and adjudicated vexatious litigant, Thomas C. Retzlaff. Matt Janovic can’t pretend we should take his writings on DC politics as anything other than the ramblings of a morally impaired man incapable of understanding facts or logic. That’s because he saw Brett Kimberlin, a lifelong violent pedophile crook with a history of filing “over a hundred” vexatious lawsuits, and when Brett filed more frivolous lawsuits, Janovic assumed this time they were not just the blatant anti-first amendment shutuppery they appeared to be.

    All of these people who were fooled need read posts like this one, to review what was written one year ago. It’s now plain who was right, and who was wrong. Those who were wrong were not only mistaken, they were actively helping a large coordinated PR and harassment campaign against innocent victims, at the request of an unrepentant pedophilic bomber who abuses the justice system for sport. They owe more than corrections and retractions – although, they owe those, too. They owe sincere apologies to Brett Kimberiln’s victims. All of them. Past, present, and future.

    What do you hear from the enablers I mentioned above? Silence. Do they lack shame?

    • Matt Osbourne lives in his mom’s basement and is only slightly more successful in life then Kimberlin’s other PR Hack. That Kimberlin seeks to surround himself with such losers is a good indicator of how far down the mental ladder one must climb to find people stupid enough to believe and promote his lies.

  2. While you await Brett Kimberlin’s omnibus response, I’m awaiting his last-minute pleading for yet another extension strategically timed so that Judge Hazel either will have to grant it, at least partially, or find Brett Kimberlin in default.

  3. Note the dates. A whole year in this thing.

    No, this shouldn’t survive motions to dismiss, but then again, neither should the state case have. Yet, it went to trial.

    Now, it would make sense that since the state case it should be impossible to say that this larger crowd conspired to commit state crimes that the state court ruled did not happen ( I know, not exactly what was ruled but it is the legal effect of the ruling ) But lots of things don’t make sense.

    I would hope that the judge dismisses all counts against all defendants before the end of this year. But it would not surprise me to see it go on until the next Ides of October.

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