Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

This is from The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin’s complaint in the Kimberlin v. Team Themis, et al. RICO2: Electric Boogaloo LOLsuit.RICO2 ECF 1-77The tort of unreasonable publicity deals with disclosure of private facts.

fact noun \ˈfakt\ : a true piece of information

So if Brett Kimberlin is alleging that I published factual information about him, he’s verifying that what I wrote was true. Therefore, he cannot show that what I wrote was false—which puts an end to any claim of defamation or false light. OTOH, if I did engage in defamation, then what I wrote was false, and that kills any claim that I published private facts. TDPK’s complaint is self contradictory.

“[W]hen a complaint contains inconsistent and self-contradictory statements, it fails to state a claim.”  Hosack v. Utopian Wireless Corp., Case No. 11-CV-00420-DKC, ECF No. 15 (D.Md. 2011) at 12.


8 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. It is also important that the public know the fact that Brett Kimberlin is a pedophile.

    Just as much, the public must know that Brett Kimberlin’s “charities” are scams, that he murdered Julia Scyphers, and that he has disgustingly cheated, harassed, and defrauded his own bombing victim out of the much deserved civil judgment she has against him. Each of these points are things the public can intervene to help to fix.

  2. Maybe The Diddler thinks he is the Defendant. (Defendant’s are allowed to plead contradictory theories of defense).

  3. Good argument if you only published 1 thing about him. It cannot both be a true private fact and a false defamation. However, if you make many statements, some can be private facts that are true and some false facts that are defamation. If the case goes long enough, and hopefully it will not, you can try and get him to say which statement you have made that falls into which category.

  4. Channeling Humpy Dumpty?

    “When I use a word, it means just what I choose it to mean – neither more nor less.”

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