Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

The reply to The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin’s opposition to the motion to dismiss filed by the U. S. Chamber of Commerce in the Kimberlin v. Team Themis, et al. RICO 2: Electric Boogaloo LOLsuit contains this paragraph that points out how defective some of TDPK’s allegations against me are.

ECF 71-p17_18Meanwhile, it will be interesting to see if TDPK got around to filing an opposition to my motion to dismiss for failure to state a claim and what tale he might have tried spin as part of it.

Stay tuned.

10 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. I think the community should make every effort to re-connect the Pedo-Bomber Brett Kimberlin with an understanding of how non-bombers think. He seems to have entirely lost touch with how non-bombers and non-pedophiles even think.

    For instance, people of good faith don’t need secret espionage training to expose how disgusting some of pedo-bomber Brett Kimberlin’s actions are. As I recently mentioned elsewhere, they can start by just reading Kimberlin v. Dewalt:

    Disgusting, Brett. Disgusting. There, now you gained free insight into how peaceful, non-child-molesting people understand things.

    • Hmmm….Interesting…..I think this decision needs to be entered into the record for the DPBK’s current lawfare. Maybe this quote: “Here, the Commission, in an effort to further petitioner’s rehabilitation and maintain public respect for the law…”

    • That opinion is very interesting. One procedural dodge after another. Evasion of technical requirements. Lies and unsupported allegations in his filings. And at the end, utter failure: in this case re-incarceration. Some people might see a pattern emerging. Not too long ago, Kimberlin sued a bunch of people for writing, or at least “imputing,” that he was a pedophile: his case was so mismanaged that the defendants did not even have to present a defense.

      I have said in the past: Schmalfeldt is demonstrably more intelligent than Kimberlin. After all, Witless Willie has not spent a big chunk of his life in the hoosegow. That does not make Bumbling Bill a great mind; rather it shows how low is the bar required to be Kimberlin’s mental superior.

  2. (appeal from his convictions) – he demonstrates some fanciful notions of what injured his rights. For example:


    Doubtless because defendant made no motion to dismiss for want of speedy trial, the record contains no real explanation why the Texas prosecution went first. We gather that defendant considered the case in Texas as much stronger and that he would have had a better chance of acquittal in Indiana if tried earlier. We are unaware of a constitutional principle whereby one who is accused in two districts has a right to have the weaker case tried first.

    (bold added)

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