On 18 March, I filed a motion to dismiss The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin’s RICO2 Kimberlin v. Team Themis, et al. nuisance lawsuit with respect to me. The Federal Rules of Civil Procedure allow for 14 days to oppose a motion. If service was by mail, and it was in this case, 3 more days are added, and if the due date is on a weekend or holiday, the due date is delayed to the next business day. TDPK’s opposition to my motion was due at close of business yesterday. As of that time, the Clerk’s Office had not received anything from Kimberlin, and there was nothing found in the overnight box this morning.
This morning, I hand delivered this letter to the Court.
I do not wish to make any further substantive public comment on my motion until the Court has ruled on it.