Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


Gentle Reader, do you ever wonder what the Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin does when he isn’t involved in vexatious lawsuit? He’s the Director of a not-for-profit called Justice Through Music Project. One of the sca … uh … activities run by JTMP is a web site called Protect Our Elections dot org. The site claims to be a “national collaboration of grassroots organizations that have joined together to reclaim our democracy, providing oversight to rescue our elections from partisan politics and privatization.” It has a DONATE button that appears to go straight to JTMP’s authorize dot net account.

Now, that’s a chilling thought: Brett Kimberlin providing “oversight to rescue our elections.”

Here’s what the top of the site’s home page looked like around 8 pm yesterday evening.POE_org_mainAnd here are a couple of front page links to featured stories.POE_nocommentsThe stories relate to a nuisance suit that Protect Our Elections has filed against the Federal Elections Commission. Take a close look at what I’ve circled in red. Those are the comment counts on the stories. As of 8 pm yesterday, there had been absolutely none. Zip. Zilch. Nada. Bupkis.

That shows you the relative impact of The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin’s Internet operation vis-à-vis those of us who he is suing because we write truthful things about him. Indeed, the most recent comment on the POE site was made at 8:59 pm on 11 August. By way of comparison, Monday noon’s Are You Pondering What I’m Pondering? post generated six comments.

The Team Kimberlin theory of lawfare involves punishment of the victims by causing them to have to deal with the time and expense of a protracted legal ordeal run at relatively low cost to the pro se plaintiff. It’s backfired. TDPK is up against pro se defendants, one of whom is a lawyer, who are able to mount low-cost defenses; First Amendment activists with pro bono legal counsel; and media personalities and organizations whose best interests are served by fighting the suit.

popcorn4bkOops.

The Streisand Effect will be cranked up to 11 until all TDPK’s vexatious lawsuits are completely dealt with. Brett Kimberlin won’t disappear from public scrutiny until he’s either given up or been beaten. Given his poor choices to date, I suspect we’ll have to whip him in court.

Stay tuned.

Oh, one more thing … evil hates the truth, but it hates mockery even more.FrenchTaunt
UPDATE—I just reread POE’s description of itself. The stated goal is to rescue our elections from partisan politics.

Say what?

I thought the whole purpose of an election was partisan politics, as in, choosing between two or more candidates representing differing views. Whigs v. Tories. Democrats v. Republicans. That sort of thing.

Of course, JTMP’s politics are avowedly progressive. Perhaps the statement is simply an honest description of a desire for one-party rule.

13 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. There may have relatively little monetary cost to the defendants due to the pro bono legal help, a lawyer among the defendants, and the donations to the legal costs, but there still has been a significant cost in time, and probably stress. Even a nuisance suit is bothersome (hence the name).

    The legal rulings in Maryland and soon to come in the federal case may preclude further immediate harassment of the defendants on similar bogus grounds, but they do little for others who may tell the truth about TDPK and acolytes/hangers-on/allies in the future – and that is a large part of the purpose: to discourage the sharing of truthful information about miscreants.

    Until he is either declared a vexatious litigant or sues the wrong party, there is no final victory.

    • In a perfectly just world, there would be NO financial or legal cost to those who, in good faith, would like to repeat true facts about Brett Kimberlin’s lifelong career of sordid victimization, including pedophilia and bombing. Of course, this line of thought is just a starting point, a philosophical exercise. Since perfect justice is not attainable.

      Thus, to bring the world just a little bit closer to perfect justice, all of us onlookers should come together to defray the unfair costs imposed on the people who have stood up to Brett Kimberlin. We must Brett success in the strategy he used to use all his life, of trying to harass and out-wait his victims for years in hopes they eventually get sick and give up without getting justice.

      I entirely agree with your logic about getting him declared a vexatious litigant, but as an unexperienced layman, I’m not sure what I could do directly to bring about that outcome. So I stick to the same old strategy of trying to defray the burden upon the victims – as well as having started a blog and twitter account for the purpose of helping spread the word about Kimberlin’s misdeeds.

    • Also – about the pro bono remark – we are all in Patrick Ostronic’s debt and we should all try to honor him for his service in vindicating the defendants.

    • being declared a vex doesn’t slow down the legal process – it just makes victory assured and in the federal case it may cost – it may

      but its really meaningless – cash is meaningful, adding his expanded circle is meaningful and countersuing is meaningful

      and extremely painfull

  2. Bet you won’t see any reference to the suppression in Wisconsin where the Democrats/unions joined together to stop outside money on issues which would help Governor Walker. Same with the voting machine scandal in Maryland where the Speedway Bomber lives. He is a pure left wing pro se nut.

    • Good point. Where is the front page story about irregularities with the Maryland (and Chicago area) voting machines? You’d think Brett, being a huge hater of electronic voting since JTMP says they steal elections, would be plastering it all over the front page of his various websites.

      • But it is defaulting in favor of HIS preferred candidates. Why complain when the machine grinds in your direction? It’s not vote suppression if it works for you, amirite?

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