Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

I’ve seen a couple of comments from people wondering where they can find an online copy of the complaint in the Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit that I filed in the Circuit Court for Carroll County, Maryland, earlier this month. I haven’t published the complaint, and I don’t intend to do so until I have verified that at least one of the defendants has been served. Even then, I won’t have much to say about the suit. The complaint speaks for itself.

For now, I’ll give this summary. I’m suing Brett Kimberlin for two instances of malicious prosecution, and I am suing Tetyana Kimberlin for one on those instances of malicious prosecution also. I’m suing Bill Schmalfeldt for multiple instances of breach of contract related to the Settlement Agreement from the Hoge v. Schmalfeldt lawsuit. I am suing Brett Kimberlin, Bill Schmalfeldt, Matt Osborne, William Ferguson, John Doe 1 (“Mark in MD”), John Doe 2 (“Westminster Winds”), John Does 3 & 4 (individuals associated with Breitbart Unmasked), Breitbart Unmasked, Almighty Media (the purported owner of Breitbart Unmasked), and Acme (a John Doe company believed to be the actual business entity behind Breitbart Unmasked and Almighty Media) for multiple instances of defamation. I allege that each of these defendants are members of a civil conspiracy to commit those tortious acts.

The Gentle Reader should not expect a great deal of day-to-day postings about this lawsuit on this blog, but I intend to announce important events and provide straight forward information about the status of the case.

10 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. Gee, Drunkenstien won’t get the mail? Why, it seems like it was only three months ago that he made quite the production about just that. The dancing was magnificent, though.

    But it all worked out in the end, except the part where he served the wrong complaint. That’s why i love him.

  2. Now would be a good time start learning how this law stuff really works. Here’s some advice from an expert.

    “One of us is playing offense. That would be the plaintiff. The other has to defend himself. That would be the defendant.”

    — William Smellfart, Twitter Attorney at Law, collector of multiple court orders from multiple states for harassment and stalking.

    • Some of his brilliant legal strategy as a defendant in multiple restraining orders is to file motions and then not show up. If his strategy is to compile large number of them, I’d say it’s working.

  3. ” I haven’t published the complaint, and I don’t intend to do so until I have verified that at least one of the defendants has been served.”

    I have a sneaking suspicion about just who might be proving difficult to serve, and why, but I won’t openly speculate.

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