In Re RICO Madness

It looks as if The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin has decided not to answer the motion to dismiss from Simon & Schuster and James O’Keefe, III, in the Kimberlin v. The Universe, et al. RICO Madness. He has dismissed the suit against them.

9 thoughts on “In Re RICO Madness

  1. Was this also a “settlement” like American Spectator? I notice this isn’t so much BK dropping the suit as the parties stipulating that it is dropped.

    • It pretty much has to be as the parties have agreed to bear their own costs – a decision BK could not make on his own.

      And while legally that’s a win money wise a big loss.

  2. Also of note in this case, BK sent a summons to Ace of Spades by Express Mailing to Levy after he was no longer representing Ace.

    BK sent a reply to the court that he had done so, and surprise surprise, the court has accepted that and ace has to answer by October 20.

    So Judge Hazel doesn’t really care that BK has riddled with his orders.

    Color me surprised.

    • Earl, I hate to say it, but you have made a believer out of me. Judge doesn’t really care about rule of law or his own orders. SMH

    • There has been nothing docketed in PACER that would verify the Cabin Boy’s™ claim. However, I doubt that this would still be posted on Ace’s blog if there had be a settlement in TDPK’s favor.

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