This is the second installment in our review of the exhibits The Dreadful Pro-Se Schmalfeldt has included with his motion to have Aaron Walker disqualified as defense counsel in LOLsuit VI: The Undiscovered Krendler. The review of Exhibit 1 is here. Let’s consider Exhibits 2 and 3.
This is Exhibit 2:
For years, The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin has been waving this around as “proof” that Aaron Walker’s federal lawsuit against him was frivolous. That isn’t what Judge Motz wrote. He said that he viewed the case as a political dispute that had no business before the court. He did not grant the sanctions Kimberlin sought, but he warned Aaron not to make the same mistake about how a suit was framed again.
In subsequent court battles, TDPK has often been quick to try to frame disputes as political, but the opposing parties have been successful in getting the court to see that the cases have been straight-forward criminal or civil actions. When you read Judge Motz’s order, especially in the context of that case and Kimberlin’s subsequent actions, it’s obvious that it doesn’t mean what Kimberlin thinks it means.
I won’t reproduce Exhibit 3. It appears to be selected emails from discovery given to Kimberlin during a 2012 lawsuit. That discovery was, and still is, sealed. The Cabin Boy™ has created a couple of interesting problems for himself by including those emails. First, how does he know they are what they appear to be? Does he have an affidavit from Jim Hodges attesting to their authenticity? Second, if they are authentic, how did they come into his possession?
Exhibit 2 doesn’t seem to help the Cabin Boy’s™ case, and Exhibit 3 may be more trouble that it’s worth.