29 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


  1. It would seem that BK is indulging in more of his magical thinking, and if he just makes enough claims about Team Themis, it will suddenly materialize to prove him right.


  2. He FOIAd the wrong agencies. The documents he wanted were actually in Lois Lerner’s and Hillary Clinton’s emails. If he’d tried those, he would have received… oh, wait. Never mind.


  3. These agencies refused to comply for various reasons

    And despite the 50+ page complaint, with 100+ pages of exhibits, TDPK wanted to be brief about the reasons the agencies gave?

    Everyone involved with FOIA requests, especially judges, know that there may be a variety of reasons for denying a FOIA request. They might have refused to provide the information because TDPK refused to pay for it. Or because there were no matching documents. Or it was privileged, classified, or otherwise unavailable for release.

    If he is alleging that the refusal to turn over documents is part of the conspiracy, then he needs to give reasons, not just vague suggestions of impropriety.


    • Pfffft, since when has Kimberlin ever put something in a pleading that isn’t vague? Vague is the basis of ALL of his claims. See the tossed State and Federal suites.


    • Just like his other vague, ill-framed whining, he’d likely give reasons instead of vague suggestions if there were any that would help his cause.


  4. The defendant skillfully misspelled his own name then surreptitiously added an “e” to the center of the word “hogwash” to deceive the plaintiff about the true authorship. The NSA, FBI, MSHA, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, and the U.S. Board on Geographic Names have all denied FOIA requests for detailed summaries of the diminutive anti-domestic terror activities, thus ergo and forthwith confirming the conspiracy to deny rights under the First, Third and 14th Amendments as well as the Smoot-Hawley Tariff and Newton’s First Law of Motion. Nary a day goes by that my past is not thrust in my face like — well, like other things which might be thrust in ones face.


  5. I’m still shocked that the government wouldn’t send sensitive, if not out-right classified documents to a convicted terrorist and perjurer with known past international drug connections. I mean, if you can’t trust that guy with state secrets, who could you possibly trust!??!?!

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