Prevarication Du Jour

@wmsdb201410080009ZThe Cabin Boy is almost correct—in one sense. The metaphorical beatdown that we administered to The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin in the Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. nuisance lawsuit was delivered without our having to bestir ourselves to put on a defense. All we had to do was let TDPK engaged in self-destruction.
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13 thoughts on “Prevarication Du Jour

  1. Has Mccain ever said anything about his stuff being pulled from American Spectator? That has been the only loss so far…
    Kimberlin’s check must have cleared…hence the Cabin Boy™ Acme P.R.

  2. I’m rotating through McCain’s, Ace’s and Hoge’s sites for my Amazon purchases to help out what little I can. If Ace is officially out of the suit, as the tweet seems to be implying, then I can take him out of the rotation.

    I did a little early Christmas shopping through Mr. Hoge’s link tonight. The stuff was already in the cart so hopefully it will still get credited to him.

  3. Careful, you don’t want to face him in court again – if he shows up! He might just make another audio book or unsold CD of his greatest unheard hits.

    Or he could report you to the Amazon Federal Police

  4. The self-aggrandizement in this one is strong. I guess he really and truly thinks he is all that and a bag of chips and not just the side-show bit player that he is. SMH

  5. Judge told Kimberlin to drop a bunch of people from his suit. That is what he is doing. Somehow, because these people knew going for sanctions would be a money hole, this is a ‘setback’ for the other defendants? Man, Bill sure knows how to turn a lose into a victory. I thought he was reaching when he claimed having to remove all his copyright infringing material was a ‘win’ for him. This might be an even worse lie than that.

    Say, speaking of sanctions….anyone know the status of the 600 bucks the diddler owes?

  6. It’s almost as though BS doesn’t understand the difference between a defendant and a plaintiff. The plaintiff dismisses his own suit, and in the world of Acme Law, that means the dismissed defendants necessarily LOST. Plaintiff’s failure to win does not equate to defendants’ loss. Such nuances are lost on BS.

    The more I think about this case, the more I believe that Kimberlin had two goals: one to annoy and harass a bunch of people, and two to get a jury to sympathize enough with him to award him $1 in damages so he could say that he had been vindicated in a court of law by a jury of his superiors (because no one on any jury in the land could possibly be a life form as low as BK). He truly did not understand that: (a) opinions are not actionable; (2) pedophilia is not a crime so the doctrine of defamation per se had no possible relevance: (3) in any case, defamation per se relates to the measure of damages and requires showing as a threshold issue that the allegedly defamatory statement was both untrue and not privileged; and (4) evidence on any harm purportedly suffered by his daughter (or by his “charities”) was not admissible because neither she nor they were parties to the case.

  7. If you search inside OKeefe’s book on Amazon for Kimberlin it is still there.

    If you search ace’s site there are still plenty of mentions.

    So what is the win?

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