Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

After his morning in the Circuit Court for Montgomery County during which the Walker v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit survived The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin’s motion to dismiss, TDPK made his way over to the U. S. District Court in Greenbelt, Maryland, and filed these in the Kimberlin v. Team Themis, et al. RICO 2: Electric Boogaloo LOLsuit—

There are some interesting features in these filings. While neither one directly addresses my reply to his opposition to the motions to dismiss or my opposition to his motion for early discovery, he has apparently taken note of their pointing out his continuing failure to properly sign his court papers. He has included all the required information for a change. His certificates of service say that my copies were mailed on the 4th and the 5th. We’ll see what the postmarks say if anything actually arrives.

popcorn4bkHe has also figured out how much postage is required for Certified Mail, Return Receipt Requested, Restricted Delivery. Exhibit A in ECF 94 has sufficient postage.

Maybe the midget can be educated after all.

Stay tuned.

16 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


  1. Who puts their work e-mail address on personal filings with a court? I know I wouldn’t.

    What does any of this have to do with his employer? His employer is not a party to the case, as I understand it.


  2. “The purpose of the RICO is to turn the plaintiff into a prosecutor.”
    There he goes again pretending to be a real lawyer. Boy howdy does he ever want to be admitted to the bar.
    I would note that elevating a pro se (any pro se) to the level of prosecutor is dangerous. We’ve got too many prosecutors already who are tripping on power. But then again, Maryland.


  3. Five minutes of research shows that he mailed it to a malformed address. There is no suite 300 at that address…there is, however, a suite 3000, which was occupied, at some point, by the non-party corporation that Aaron Barr might have worked for, at some time.

    Of course it will be returned. Registered mail must have a correct and valid address.

    Then he misrepresents this “failure” in his filing.

    If’n I was the Court, I’d order the bailiff to “whack his pee-pee.”

    I should sue Brett Kimberlin for a million bucks, mail the service to his childhood address in Speedway, then file for a finding of alternate service, and a default judgment when he never responds. That is how the game is played, right?


      • Getting it into the media (Free Beacon, Breitbart, whoever), pointing out the number of times this has occurred and all the various judges who fail to do anything about it, naming and shaming them for allowing such a pattern of misjustice to occur despite the courts own rules.

        That is the only way you can get public officials to reverse course — name them and shame them — especially with so many documents filed and accepted by the courts the evidence is pretty clear.


  4. “He has also figured out how much postage is required for Certified Mail, Return Receipt Requested, Restricted Delivery. Exhibit A in ECF 94 has sufficient postage.”

    Will wonders never cease?


    • It’s obvious that he wants to get away with squirrely service. So this time he had to play by the rules he usually breaks with postage, etc. if he wanted to get away with the flubbed address. Hope someone can point out to the court or object to alternate service based on his delineate attempts to get one over and persuade the court of his due diligence.

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