Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

It’s 15 October. That’s the day that Judge Hazel set as the deadline for The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin to file an omnibus opposition to the motions to dismiss that have been filed to his second amended complaint in the Kimberlin v. The Universe, et al. As of close of business yesterday, no new order granting a further extension had been posted on PACER, the court’s electronic docketing system. Therefore, the existing order should still apply.ECF 162-p3Ten separate motions have been filed by Erick Erickson, RedState, Glenn Beck, Mercury Radio Arts, The Blaze, DB Capitol Strategies, Dan Backer, Aaron Walker, The Franklin Center, Patrick Frey, Mandy Nagy,, Michelle Malkin, Twitchy, and me. (Note: James O’Keefe and Simon & Schuster joined in the motion filed by Erick Erickson and RedState, but TDPK has already voluntarily dismissed them as defendants in the lawsuit.)

I look forward to reading TDPK’s fifty pages of legal … I’m struggling to find a polite word … nonsense.

UPDATE—A reader requested links to the various motions to dismiss.

Erick Erickson, RedState, James O’Keefe, and Simon & Schuster
Michelle Malkin and Twitchy
Glenn Beck, Mercury Radio Arts, and The Blaze
DB Capitol Strategies
Aaron Walker
The Franklin Center
Patrick Frey and Mandy Nagy
Dan Backer

8 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. Could you please post links to all the motions to dismiss that the plaintiff is supposedly going to respond to? (I have seen the MTDs here before, but they can be hard to re-find here among all the RICO Madness postings.)

  2. A year later, still at this stage of the lawsuit. Bizarre. I bet there’s something hinky about the filing. With the served copies, with the certification of service, or something else.

  3. I wonder how this is going to play out.

    The Ace of Spades piece should go by the FCRP calendar, and since Ace was only recently served, her response is likely due soon. But then there is the whole aspect of forget FCRP, let’s go by Hazel. Godfrey’s letter made it clear they were trying to settle, though. Service happened way after Hazel’s order on the omnibus, so I would expect – again presuming that the FCRP matters – that the matter with Ace is running on a different schedule, as it couldn’t possibly be included in the omnibus, as Ace has yet to respond.

    It would not surprise me if the request for extra time was the settlement offer itself. In other words, by agreeing to the joint request for more time, ace’s side fulfilled their offer, and that in return, there will be a joint declaration that ace is dropped from the case, with stipulation of no fees.

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