Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


There’s been a disturbance in the Farce, and something has proceeded in a way I didn’t foresee.

popcorn4bkThe Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin has filed a petition for a writ of certiorari with the Maryland Court of Appeals (the state’s highest court) seeking an appeal of his loss in the Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. nuisance LOLsuit in the Circuit Court and the Court of Special Appeals affirming of that loss. I really thought that TDPK would have been smart enough to know when his licked. Apparently, he’s dumber than I thought.

I should have bought more popcorn futures.

28 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

    • Approaching? I’d put the chances at less than zero, meaning the tiny terrorist is going to damage himself without even the slightest chance of any success.

      • The lower court’s ruling is upheld in part and overturned in part.

        The lower court’s costs to the defendants is overturned. The plaintiff shall pay those costs.

        All other rulings by the lower court are upheld.

        The plaintiff shall pay the costs to the court within 30 days or be held in contempt. The plaintiff is further declared to be a vexatious litigant and shall not file any lawsuit in the state of Maryland without this court’s written approval.

        (A guy can dream, can’t he?)

  1. Didn’t he already miss the deadline to file this?

    New rules effective January 1st, 2016 (Maryland Rule 8-303) if I understand it says a petition for writ of certiorari filed in the Court of Appeals seeking review of a decision of the Court of Special Appeals is to be filed no later than 15 days from the date of the mandate of the Court of Special Appeals.

    Kimberlin v. Walker et al. mandate was dated March 31st. Did he beat the deadline to file?

  2. Kimberlin went full retard years ago. He’s all in. Got nothing else to lose.

    Personally, I fully expect him to be on the news in the next year or two with a sizeable body count. I wish I was joking, but he’s unstable and losing badly in every area of his pathetic life. He doesn’t seem like the kind of person to crash in flames by himself. He’s taking people with him.

    My prediction. I pray I’m wrong.

    • So do we all. He has set bombs, after all; one of which eventually resulted in the death of Carl DeLong (according to court documents).

  3. Brett buddy filing the writ is consistent with threats to keep his enemies litigating the rest of their lives.

    That is a down your thumb. Team Kimberlin must have done the 13 up thumbs.

  4. Oh please, Please PLEASE let it be that Kimberlin writes his appeal in the same manner that he wrote his Seal removal reply and motion to compel in the RICO madness case the other day! That would be glorious.

      • Maybe, but he sure seems to work hard at it. Maybe learning law in prison isn’t the same as learning it at an elite law school — or just having the intelligence and sense to read the laws and decisions carefully.

  5. Kimberlin seems downright crazy to me. He seems to think that his terrible legal arguments will eventually work if repeated enough times to higher and higher courts. He’s determined to break through a brick wall using only his head as a battering ram. Yeah Kimby, that’ll work.

    • No, no, a normal person talking law is just like an American talking to a furriner in his own country: SPEAK LOUD AND SLOW, they will understand eventually, they all speak ‘murican, even if they don’t speak English.

      (On my first trip to Denmark I was sworn, no matter what, to _never_ speak German. Go fig.)

  6. Pro-Se Shorty will try to appeal all the way to SCOTUS if possible.
    Then when he wins, he’ll ask Hillary to make him the first Pro -Se appointed to the SCOTUS.
    (OMG! I’m starting to think like him, I better seek professional help, like he should do with a real lawyer.)

    • Problem is that stating he sold weed or anything of that nature to Bernie wouldn’t be a surprise and might actually help the country ‘feel the burn’.

      • There might be a tad more scrutiny of any wild claims this time. Unlike Dan Quayle, Bernie isn’t a Republican. Different rules, y’know.

        On the other hand criminal activity is frequently a resume enhancer for the D’s so who knows.

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