Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

There is a hearing scheduled for 1:30 this afternoon in the Walker v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit. Two motions are listed for consideration. One is a motion for summary judgment filed by the Kimberlins. The other is a motion for default filed against the Kimberlins by Aaron Walker.

A member of the Vast Hogewash Research Organization plans to be at the Montgomery County Circuit Courthouse for the hearing, and I should be able to report the outcome by the middle of the afternoon.

Stay tuned.

27 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. One question, if you WILL… Why are you going to this hearing involving BRETT AND TETYANA KIMBERLIN. What purpose will BE SERVED?

    It will be curious to see how Brett tries to BUY more time to answer. MOREover, if he loses, will he POP?! I know, I know, that is a CORNy thing to say, but regardless it will be interesting

    • Channeling my inner Earl, I suspect that Justice will once again not be served. I suspect your motion for default will be delayed another day, his motion for Summary Judgement will be deemed as not ripe, and, Brett Kimberlin will be granted fifteen days to answer the complaint. Maybe, today is the day that the gavel finally comes down on Brett Kimberlin, but, I thought that would be the case many times before. When that day comes it will be a bit of a surprise.

      • I AM not sure why… SPEAKING as a person who doesn’t know much about computers, IN fact I suck with them, maybe I need a CODEr?

  2. I see in your eyes the same fear that would take the heart of me.

    A day may come when the courage of men fails,

    when we forsake our friends

    and break all bonds of fellowship,

    but it is not this day.

    An hour of wolves and shattered shields,

    when the age of men comes crashing down,

    but it is not this day!

    This day we fight!!

    By all that you hold dear on this good Earth,

    I bid you stand, Men of the West!!!

  3. Silly boys, of course Brett knows only TK has to show up to the hearing. I’m sure Brett has coached her well enough for a simple motion to dismiss.

    I bet money Brett has already given TK his power of attorney to represent him.

      • He’s already been told by a judge it doesn’t work that way, when he wanted to represent his daughter in the restraining order case. So, yeah, he probably DOES think it works that way…

  4. Maybe Brett will email a statement to the court for a hearing, rather than show in person, just like Schmalfeldt tries to do.

    • There is a nonzero chance he’ll FTA (fail to appear,) because he’s afraid of . . . something. I can totally see a scenario where he FTAs and then moves to make up some excuse as to why he couldn’t make it – somebody peed on the terminals of his Prius batteries, girlfriend’s grandma “unexpectedly” died, emergency leg-stretching surgery. . .

  5. Good luck Aaron. Also good luck to the unnamed member of the VHRO. Please get video.

  6. Question: Are you allowed to eat popcorn in the courtroom?

    Inquiring minds want to know!

  7. And the Judge yet again provides BT an opportunity to avoid the consequence of failing to follow the rules established for everyone.

  8. The poor pitiful pro se. Both rarefied and worst lawyers in the world plus other pro-ses get all the breaks.

    Edumacation being unsuited to the occasion, I’ll limit myself to noting how vexy he is.

    He loves to process-punish and invoke the grand enforcing power of the courts until he gets adverse decisions; then nobody will make him pay ever and the law is wrong.

  9. John Hoge, I think you meant to write of Mrs Kimberlin, “she was unsure of [how to proceed.]

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