Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin watched his Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. nuisance lawsuit fall apart in state court. Five of his seven counts were shot down in summary judgment. What that means is that, given the undisputed facts agreed to by both sides, he had no case as a matter of law. The other two counts were so unsupported by facts that the judge stopped the trial after TDPK rested his case and granted us defendants a directed verdict.

I’ve written in the past about how the results of the state case should affect the Kimberlin v. The Universe, et al. RICO Madness through the doctrine of collateral estoppel. However, the directed verdict in the state trial has caused another problem for TDPK. Because we never had to put on our defense, he has no idea what we would have presented. He is completely in the the dark about the nature, depth, and quality of the evidence we amassed. He has no idea what insights our investigations have given us. He has no idea what leads we are prepared to follow up if the RICO Madness gets into discovery. He has no idea who we intend to depose. He has no idea what documents we already possess.

popcorn4bkIf TDPK had a clue, he’d be filing a motion to dismiss the RICO suit against all the defendants. I sincerely doubt that his ego will allow him to do the wise thing. I fully expect that he will ride the RICO Madness down in flames. I also expect that Hogewash! will chronicle the crash.

Stay tuned.

 

13 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


  1. I must repeatedly thank you (and all the others) for the hard work and resources put into fighting for justice.

    It’s just the way the world works, that justice doesn’t happen all by itself. It takes sacrifice and hard and careful work. Thanks for sticking your neck out to do this.


  2. More and more and more people are starting to take notice – there will soon be no place to crawl – a non Fox major news outlet is starting to ask questions – and not in the way Brett is going to like it


  3. Hmmm, whats that – I hear – the major news outlet about to make this into a major news event? Terrorist terrorizes citizens in court?

    Wow hang in there Brett – the butt kickin’s not even started


  4. Not being a psychiatrist or even a sociologist my views on this is probably suspect, but I have a feeling that Brett would relish a national news story on his court case(s). Remember he is right and the 20 or so remaining defendants are wrong. The more publicity, the longer the case lasts the better from his viewpoint. No matter what discovery you ask for he will only give you what he believes you need to have. He will eventually lose this case, certainly, but civil cases can last for a very long time. There was even a famous case involving the invention of the vacuum tube amplifier that went to the supreme court twice. The true inventor lost, due to a legal maneuver made while he was fighting in Europe during WWI. He also was fought in the courts on rights for the use of FM audio in TV broadcasts for many many years, the big manufactures offered him 1 million for the rights, he wanted a percent of each sale, eventually he walked out an upper story window in New York, his widow settled for the million. I am sure Brett’s ego is every bit as strong as those of a bunch of CEO’s of major corporations. When he loses this case he will file another and another.


    • Oh, I’m sure that Kimberlin will be maximally uncooperative during discovery. However, others who are served subpoenas may find it in their interest to cooperate.


    • fred,

      No, he can’t file suit after suit without counterclaims, people won’t be fooled a second time, losing cost money, something he is going to find out, a new day is coming and his crimes revisited forever.


      • No problem filing suits, he can file as many as he wants. Even if there are counter claims that he loses or other judgements against him he will just never pay the fines or judgements. Worst case he gets thrown in jail, a big threat to me or most normal folks, but he has already served hard time it matters little to him and it would allow him to claim even more of a martyrs mantle.


  5. All Hoge and Friends need is one of those judges like you see on Law and Order every now and then. Some bow tied old fart who grumbles “I’ll allow it.” Then the newly uncovered material comes in. There are “unsolved” or “umprosecuted” crimes in Speedway which reflect of Brett Kimberlin’s reputation. Oh please Mr. Kimberlin, ask Stacy McCain why he thinks you’re a lowlife!


  6. I am wondering and perhaps one of our counselors can enlighten us as to whether these kind of significant deviations from procedure are common. I would think that attorneys would be particularly interested as part of the reason a lawyer is advisable is because they know procedures and theoretically won’t screw them up.

    This business where a pro se litigant is allowed to do pretty much what he wants seems to me to be very dangerous.


  7. I look forward to those depositions of BK and buddies. I’d love to see BK asked about Julia Scyphers, and whether or not he borked her underage granddaughter. I would ask him what he does know about the swattings, and I would ask the same of all his friends at Breitbart Unmasked, under oath, of course. It’s time BK had a major colonoscopy, in a legal sense, and hope that he thoroughly enjoys it.

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