Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin has about two-and-a-half weeks left to try to find enough well-plead allegations in his second amended complaint to cobble together the elements of at least one of the counts for his Kimberlin v. The Universe, et al. RICO Madness. If he wants to keep me as a defendant, he has to make one of the three federal claims work. That’s because he and I are both residents of Maryland, and he can’t sue me in federal court if all he has are state law claims.

Here’s one of the allegations he might try to use to support one of the federal counts—ECF 135-99

So what? FBI agents interview people all the time. Considering that three people, Patrick Frey, Erick Erickson, and Aaron Walker, who had criticized Brett Kimberlin or beat him in court had been SWATted, asking TDPK what he might know about the situation was not an unreasonable thing for someone investigating those SWATtings to do.

So far as I know, no one has every specifically accused Brett Kimberlin of making those SWATting calls or having another person do it for him. I can understand why someone might be suspicious. As Ian Fleming famously wrote: “Once is happenstance. Twice is coincidence. Three times is enemy action.”

timer-blackTDPK has whined a lot about “false narratives,” but he’s never specified which defendant said what when to whom in any way that actually accused him of being the SWATter. That’s not in his original, first amended, or second amended complaints. He’s not supposed to get any more amendments, so it’s too late to change his tale. Time is ticking down.

Of course, he could just dismiss the suit, but his ego probably won’t permit that.

Stay tuned.

22 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. Claiming that Kimberlin may have called in a swatting makes no sense. Why would someone who bombs from a distance, possibly engaged a hit man to do a murder, and is afraid of women of his own age range be tempted towards the cowardly act of employing the state to seek overkill to achieve petty vengeance?

    It makes no sense at all.

    • Well, the cowardly act of employing the state to seek overkill to achieve petty vengeance is pretty much what he does now. Not saying he did the swattings, but TK has decided that the state will now be their weapon.

      • And thanks again to Brett Kimberlin, the serial bomber whose lawfare has encouraged us all to debate his level of courage. We woulda run out of stuff long ago, were it not for the vexatious weiner. I still predict a long and odd RICO document.

  2. I have a question for the Giants of ACME Legal…

    If party A in Illinois files a petition for a Stalking No Contact order against party B in Maryland, and
    1) party B responds with promises to pursue perjury charges against party A, and further,
    2) party B files a retaliatory petition for a Temporary Peace Order in Maryland against party A alleging the commission of perjury by party A in the original Illinois petition, and further
    3) party B himself provides in his retaliatory Peace Order petition an accusation of criminal action by party A which is knowingly false, and further
    4) party B affixes his legal signature to said petition beneath the following statement: “I solemnly affirm under the penalties of perjury that the contents of this petition are true to he best of my knowledge, information and belief,” and further
    5) the same petition contains the following NOTICE TO PETITIONER: “Any individual who knowingly provides false information in a Petition for Peace Order is guilty of a misdemeanor and on conviction is subject to a fine not exceeding $1000 or imprisonment not exceeding 90 days or both,” then
    6) should party A pursue the reporting and filing of appropriate criminal complaints against party B? Is the prospect of repeated travel between Illinois and Maryland with attendant expenses worth the effort for the potential return on investment of time, money and effort?

    • VERY worth it. And I’ll bet if Party A were to do so people would contribute to the fund as they did before.

      Hey, ever notice that when someone from Team Free Speech needs something that people rally around them but when the Troll pleads and begs for help from his friends that he gets nothing? You’d think that would tell him something no?

      • Indeed. Nevertheless, if Party A chooses that course of action, he/she should look into the ridiculously low fares on Amtrak from Chicago to DC and Baltimore. As in a couple hundred bucks round trip during peak travel times.

      • Amtrak, one way from Chicago to DC, two passengers in a private compartment for the disabled, is about $410, off peak. Let’s say that Party A bought a round trip Amtrak coach ticket, leaving Chicago on Jan. 11, returning Jan. 16: $96. A premium superliner roomette with two beds and all meals included: $257.

    • The same Party A could be aided by testimony from other parties that this party B has done other things such as child porn under 11-207 (3) and then marketed it worldwide falling yet under another section (5) and falling afoul of the federal statutes as well.

    • Wouldn’t it be per se a tort against the Commonwealth? Other than the swearing of the statement and I guess testimony… hmm. Yeah, looks like tip jar time again. Y’all just make it clear when we get rolling.

      • I almost forgot, since the original post is about team Kimberlin, I would be remiss in bringing up per se without pointing out that PG’s original question does nothing to refute or confirm the implication that Brett Kimberlin is a pedophile now does it? So why would you even ask?

  3. At what point does TDPK claim you threatened and injured him by eating a grilled cheese sandwich even though you knew (KNEW) that’s he’s lactose intolerant?

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