In Re RICO Madness

My reply to The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin’s omnibus opposition to the motions to dismiss his Kimberlin v. The Universe, et al. RICO Madness has been posted to PACER. Here is the main body of the reply and Exhibit A. Exhibits B-1 and B-2 are the transcript of the Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. nuisance lawsuit that TDPK lost in state court. Those transcripts can be found here. Exhibit C is TDPK’s second amended complaint in that state case. It can be found here.

I expect that other replies will be coming in over the next couple of days.

29 thoughts on “In Re RICO Madness

  1. I might have noted that in his two complaint and oppositions to mtds to the first complaint Brett Kimberlin claimed that the Rico conspiracy had a formal structure associated with the National Bloggers Club, with Patrick Frey playing the role of “consigliere.” But, his Omnibus Opposition amends his complaint to allege Patrick Frey is the nexus of the conspiracy. First, this is not permitted. Second, and more importantly, either Brett Kimberlin is either aware of the structure of the conspiracy against him, or he is not. His total lack of consistency indicate he is just offering the Court a sundry of assertions in the hope that one is believed.

    • Right you are. This is the “throw enough mud at the wall and hope some of it sticks” theory.

  2. Wait? Is this another opportunity for the chorus to remind all that Brett Kimberlin is a forger, serial bomber, habitual litigant, and failed rock singer? The same guy who was the main suspect in the death of a woman whose only crime was shielding her preteen granddaughter from Brett Kimberlin. The same Brett Kimberlin who later exploded bombs in Speedway to distract the cops who were working on the murder investigation. That’s the guy. Unrepentant and unreformed — even though he was supposed to be behind bars for a very long time. So, underpunished, too.

    • I know I was under punished, given mercy where I merited none. For in truth, if we were to be given the justice we cry for, we would all be condemned. 42 months incarceration for two counts of bank fraud and four counts of uttering fraudulent securities. The only saving grace was that during my military imposter phase in the middle east, I posed as a retired Air Force General Officer. This isn’t punishable in federal court so I wasn’t charged. The Judge (a real retired Army General Officer) showed mercy on me.
      I am thankful to God for that mercy.

  3. Given this, and Ron Coleman’s separate obliteration of Kimberlin’s attempt at a case, I guess we will finally get to see if what we’ve seen in previous rulings is just wide latitude allowed a pro se plaintiff, or just rank corruption on behalf of a political operative.

    Well done, Mr. Hoge. Not only well-constructed and argued, but fewer and less serious typos than Mr. Coleman’s work.

  4. It’s good – comparatively brief, and to the point. I would consider that brevity would be the key in winning this case, it contrasts well with the other side’s verbosity and obfuscation.

    • I feel the same way. I am impressed with Mr. Hoge’s legal acumen, his well written arguments and the citing of relevant case law. Now here is a pro-se litigant who knows what the heck he is doing.

  5. That postage label on the envelope for the last exhibit has the date of 12/13/14. Last time that’ll happen in any of our lives.

  6. Crappy (and forged) legal docs vs professionally prepared legal docs. Or perhaps more like this: Crappy (and forged) legal docs from a Leftist ally vs. professionally prepared legal docs from Teabaggers.

    History has shown that the judges in Maryland seem to like this sloppy, full of bull style that simply makes up the law and cases as it goes along.

    I think the judge will let this sham trial continue. Until it gets to trial when it dries up and blows away, just like in the state case.

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