Here’s another of The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin’s latest droppings found at a courthouse. It’s an improper supplement to the Kimberlins’ motion for sanctions against Aaron Walker in the Walker v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit.
This supplement is improper because the Maryland Rules require leave from the court before filing such a supplement, and TDPK failed (there’s that word again) to seek such permission.
However, the truly mind-boggling aspect of the filing is that it calls the court’s attention to a precedent that helps Aaron Walker’s case. TDPK tries to smear Aaron with guilt by association with James McGibney (without any evidence of such an association), but it is the Kimberlins who stand accused of filing multiple false civil and criminal actions against Aaron, not the other way around. While the Texas case isn’t binding on a Maryland court, if Judge Mason finds it to be persuasive authority, the Kimberlins will be in a world of hurt.
UPDATE—Scrbd document updated to remove an extraneous page.