Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

Sometimes in a lawsuit there may be point where the “facts” don’t have to go to trial. That may be because the parties agree to what the facts are. Or it could be because one side may take the position that even if the other side’s version is correct, it doesn’t effect the case. Or it could be because one side’s “facts” are clearly untrue. In those instances, the court will rule on the case as a matter of law. That procedure is called summary judgment.

As an example, here’s a claim from The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin’s second amended complaint in the Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. nuisance lawsuit.BKvAWetal 58-61We defendants disputed those allegations, but we asked for a summary judgment in our favor as a matter of law because even if everything TDPK alleged were true, it didn’t add up to the tort of malicious prosecution.

The judge agreed with us and dismissed the claim. That was a judgment on the merits in our favor, that is, the court found that we had not engaged in malicious prosecution.

Brett Kimberlin has filed over a hundred lawsuits, and he’s lost almost every one. Incompetent pleading like the mess above is one of the principle reasons why he fails.

6 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. He never deigned to tell the court *what specific* damage he suffered, did he? So everyone is supposed to take it on faith that “um, a lot, Your Honor” is a true and accurate representation by the puny pedo?

    Well, I’m sold.

  2. Brett Kimberlin is so stupid he’s unable to fathom the incompetence in his pleadings.

    But he doesn’t seem to care about being incompetent. He just seems to want to cause as much havoc as possible.

    • Absolutely correct, Charles. Most people would be deterred by shame or embarrassment from filing such asinine claims. Kimberlin seems to have no sense of shame, honor, ethics or honesty. His only way of making his mark on the world is through dishonorable or criminal behavior.

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