Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

Well, Brett Kimberlin certainly will be busy with legal matters for the next few weeks and months. Just look at the case load.

Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. nuisance lawsuit appeal to the Maryland Court of Special Appeals
Kimberlin v. Frey, the remnant of the RICO Madness case in U. S. District Court
Kimberlin v. The Universe, et al. RICO Madness appeal to the Fourth Circuit
Kimberlin v. Home Depot which looks as if it will be consolidated with cases in Atlanta
Kimberlin o/b/o Jane Doe v. Hoge peace order appeal in Montgomery Co. Circuit Court
Kimberlin v. Team Themis, et al. RICO2: Electric Boogaloo in U. S. District Court

… and last but not least …

Kimberlin v. National Bloggers Club, et al. Indiana Bomber and the LOLsuit of Doom just filed in Montgomery County Circuit Court

popcorn4bkKinda makes you wonder when he has time for his day job.

BTW, I’m a named defendant in five of those lawsuits. That’s going to make it much easier to go after The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin as a vexatious litigant.

Stay tuned.

41 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. Why do you doubt these lawsuits are his day job? Brett Kimberlin turns 61 in several of weeks. He must be thinking about retirement. In this youth and middle-age he aspired to celebrity, power and living the teen dream. Shunned by his neighbors, his former political associates, the recording industry, his daughters’ teenage girlfriends, and just about everyone else, he might very well have abandoned his unrealistic goals in favor of more mundane considerations such as a comfortable retirement.

    His scams have run into a number of problems. His wife left him. That put a crimp in his laundering of charitable donations. He can no longer put her on the payroll and offer her a company car. His mother is now quite elderly. Soon, his daughters will be college age. If he increases his draw, he’ll lose credits, benefits, and, be subjected to garnishment.

    If he believes his wailings are more in the vein of a Phil Collins than a Michael Jackson, then, he is certainly capable of forming equally unrealistic expectations about entrepreneurial law. There was Maybe money is what drove him to sue Home Depot. Maybe it is money that drove him to sue Glenn Beck. Maybe he targets politicos because that is where the money is.

  2. It might be a good idea for Mr Hoge or Aaron Walker to write a brief update for @DaveWeigel, as to the current status of the multiple lawsuits BK has filed. If memory serves, he was the reporter that attended one of the Lol Suits and reported on it in the press. Library, Jane or Grace have the skills to put something together that would blow DW’s socks off. It seems to me the more people that know about Team Kimberlin’s lawfare the better.

    • I dint know. I think Weigel can wait until Kmberlinn has been,, or is jJust about to be, thoroughly judge- thumped. Kimberlin has another agenda besides screwing with people he believes have offended the order of the universe by crossing him, and exposing his phony stories. Kimberlin anticipates prominence and publicity to emerge from his litigation,Nd to be considered a hero. He expects to be a ” rock star”, No sense in giving him the. Reinforcement in mention of his name and recitation of his claims by the likes of Weigel until it’s only his humiliation to report.

      • I don’t think Weigel would be interested in any updates. Even though the prior mentioned article was mainly about BK, the article was only accompanied by pictures of the defendants, and not BK. Weigel is probably afraid of being a target of BK himself.

  3. That’s going to make it much easier to go after The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin as a vexatious litigant.

    I’ll believe it when I see it. As the lawyers like to say: Alluding to facts not in evidence. Given the courts’ treatment of BK’s past bad lawfare behavior, I don’t see them putting a stop to it anytime soon.

    • If one is going to make the case, which may not have been made before, it is helpful, though. This rash of suits plays very poorly for him given hoe peculiar and weak and poorly plad his complaints are, especially in light of his public promises.

  4. Someone, perhaps a committee of lawyers associated with these cases, should determine a plan and a procedure for having Kimberlin declared a vexatious litigant both in state court and federal court. There has to be formal procedures that have been used before. Let’s find them, learn them, and put them into action.

  5. We know the tiny terrorist filed over 100 for himself while in prison (and if we are to believe him over 100 for “mobsters”), but is there a count of exactly how many and who he’s filed against since he’s been out? I know he’s said it’s over 100, but I’m not sure if that includes while he was in prison.

    If not, what would be the best way to find out?

      • OK, so what happens if he’s declared vexatious? I’ve heard that it would mean he could no longer file pro se, a lawyer would have to sign off on any legal action he wanted to make. Is that the case?

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