Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

Michael Smith, the attorney representing Michelle Malkin and Twitchy in the Kimberlin v. Most of the Universe, et al. RICO Retread LOLsuit, has filed a reply to The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin’s opposition the the Malkin/Twitchy motion to dismiss.

I’m buying more popcorn futures.

20 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. It pisses me off to no end that good, honest and decent people are forced to reply to this idiotic dribble coming from the Tiny Diddler. He is very clearly out of his intellectual depth with his legal filings showing his true motive isn’t justice. Yet the judges allow this to go on year after year, resulting in Kinberlin achieving his ultimate goal. The longer he is allowed to continue this obvious lawfare, the more damage he inflicts on his targets.

    • At some point, enough people are going to get frustrated and figure out how to get him declared vexatious. For now, he is building these people a strong case, one that will gain enough traction to execute. Just a matter of time.. tick tock..

  2. That probably caused Kimberlin so much butthurt that Shakey is willing to overlook Brett’s age (but I bet he could fit into a Boy Scout uniform for good old Bill).

  3. It is unfortunate this document was ever filed. I suspect Brett Kimberlin gave up when he filed an omnibus reply. In do so, he put the 15 day window well before the hearing. That imposed upon the defendants the expense of one last filing. Sure, Michael Smith issued the coup de grace, but, I suspect it was going to be all over at the hearing in September anyway.

    • Technically you don’t have to file a reply and I don’t plan to. My reply will be given live next thursday.

    • Well written, but I think a lot of the legal research could have been done better. Too many citations to the Restatement.

  4. “…sharing his organizing and musical abilities with the world via State Department contract.”
    ~ snicker.
    I love the smell of sarcasm in the morning.

    • I think i went there directly in this round, although that might have been in the federal court.

  5. Kimberlin has filed an opposition to Dan Backer’s motion to dismiss for failure to issue service. That ought to be a doozy. I’m guess he asserted that Backer’s guilt is so apparent that his trial is a mere formality. Then, Kimberlin will argue that this is merely a quibble about a formality within a formality.

    • Backer basically argued that he took too long to serve him.

      Brett said that backer evaded service by not affirmatively taking steps to cause him to be served, and somehow service of the federal suit was the same, or something.

  6. Big Sky Bob:
    I believe the appropriate term you were searching for is “hyper technical”. That is Kimberlinese for “obey the rules”.
    Hope this helps.

    • I stand corrected. How about, “He’ll assert that Backer’s guilt is so apparent that his trial is a mere technicality. Then, Kimberlin will argue that Backer is being ‘hyper technical?'”

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