The docket allowed 30 minutes for the hearing on Aaron Walker’s motion to dismiss and motion for summary judgment in the Kimberlin v. Most of the Universe, et al. RICO Retread LOLsuit. Judge Mason strictly enforced that time limit, allowing either party only 15 minutes. At the outset, the judge announced that he had just returned from a trip abroad and that he had not yet read the motions and oppositions in depth. He said that he would listen to the oral argument and the review the written record before ruling. He said that he planned to rule by the beginning of next week.
Aaron Walker took 10 minutes to briefly state his case. He outlined his overall argument and then focused on the issue of res judicata and The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin’s failure to state a claim in relation to three privacy torts.
TDPK spent his 15 minutes dealing with battery claim against Aaron (trying to get around collateral estoppel and res judicata) and rambling about SWATting and being called a pedophile (a matter dealt with in his previous state LOLsuit). He tried to bring up being photographed by third parties, admitting that he had been photographed on the steps his office in Cabin John (which contradicts his testimony in a peace order case … more perjury?) When Aaron objected to the non-germane testimony, Judge Mason said that he would not consider anything not pleaded in the written record.
Aaron used his remaining 5 minutes for a brief rebuttal and to answer a few questions from the judge.
I’ll have more later.