Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

O. K., let’s review this past week.

On Monday, we found out that The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin had filed a notice of appeal with the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals in the Kimberlin v. Team Themis, et al. RICO 2: Electric Boogaloo LOLsuit and that he had filed a RICO 2 Retread LOLsuit for his federally dismissed state law claims in the Circuit Court for Montgomery County. Also, the MoCo Circuit Court sent TDPK a Rule 2-507 letter informing him that he had 30 days to explain why the first RICO Retread case shouldn’t be dismissed against the National Bloggers Club, Ali Akbar, and Patrick Frey for failure to serve them with a summons and complaint. And Judge Hazel denied Kimberlin’s motions for relief from judgment and stay of judgment in the RICO 2 LOLsuit. The week was off to a good start, and to top Monday off, I filed a request for fresh summonses for Brett and Tetyana Kimberlin and Matt Osborne who have been evading service of process in the Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit.

Tuesday was a quiet day, but I did retain counsel to represent me in the Fourth Circuit just in case TDPK includes me in his appeal of the RICO 2 LOLsuit.

murum_aries_attigit_mugWednesday, the joint reply from the defendants to the Cabin Boy’s™ opposition to their motion to dismiss his LOLsuit VI: The Undiscovered Krender was filed, pointing out how Schmalfeldt utterly failed to address the points made in their motion. Also, the Cabin Boy’s™ reply to my opposition to his motion to dismiss appeared on the docket in the Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. case. It concludes with a stunning run on sentence—which leads me to offer the following prize. I will send a Murum Aries Attigit coffee cup to the first person who sends me a graph showing that sentence properly diagrammed. Use the email address on the DMCA Contact page. Void where prohibited. Your mileage may vary.

Thursday … ah, Thursday, a day to be savored! There was a hearing before Judge Mason on a couple of motions in the Walker v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit. The first was the Kimberlins motion for summary judgment. Of course, it failed. There were material facts in dispute, so a summary judgment was not appropriate. The second was Aaron Walker’s motion for a default judgment because the Kimberlins had failed to answer his complaint in a timely manner. That motion was granted—mostly. The judge has stayed issuing his order until close of business next Friday. It may be that there’s nothing left for this case except for a hearing on damages. Also, the Kimberlins were personally served with the summons and complaint for the Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. suit. Finally, I confirmed that I am not named as a defendant in the RICO 2 Retread LOLsuit, but I did receive notice from the Fourth Circuit of TDPK’s appeal. We shall see if he’s stupid enough to name me as an appellee.

On Friday, these were filed with the Circuit Court for Carroll County—

Not a bad week, all in all.

23 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. LOL, I didn’t imagine Aaron was the one who would serve him. That is hilarious. Good job, good guys!

  2. So, in Maryland one party can’t personally serve the other party in certain cases.

    But Party One in case A can serve the other party in Case A for Case B, to which Party One is not a part.

    I was wondering if the sawed-off pedo bomber would be served by another member of Team Lickspittle (that reminds me — gotta get my application filled out soon), and worried if that would open them up to Premium Membership by getting on Team Sawed-Off Pedo Bomber’s radar, but to have someone they already know is a Charter Member (named in a lawsuit) do the dirty work of having to physically interact with members of Team Sawed-Off Pedo Bomber… that works well.

    How long until the sawed-off pedo bomber claims that Aaron “assaulted him” once again when he served them? I’d worry about giving the sawed-off pedo bomber ideas, but I’m assuming that Aaron took steps to make certain there were plenty of witnesses and/or it was all caught on video.

    Then again, that didn’t stop the Sawed-Off Pedo Bomber the last time, did it?

  3. OK, that gave me another idea. Perhaps we should formalize Team Lickspittle, with various degrees of membership. I’m put in mind of the classic Merry Marvel Marching Society, which had different levels of membership and awards for certain forms of participation. Let me see if I can come up with a starting point:

    Auxiliary Member: Comments in support of Team Lickspittle.

    Sustaining Member: Has bought something from Cafe Press, or made some other financial contribution.

    Supporting Member: a valued commenter whose contributions are eagerly welcomed. (This is where I’d put that F’ing Cockroach)

    Affiliate Member: Linked from another blog.

    Full Member: has drawn the wrath of at least one member of Team Sawed-Off Pedo Bomber.

    Senior Member: Has been named in a lawsuit by a member of Team Sawed-Off Pedo Bomber.

    Charter Member: has named a member of Team Sawed-Off Pedo Bomber in a lawsuit.

    Founding Member: The original people to call attention to the activities of the Sawed-Off Pedo Bomber.

    Just an idea for a starting point.

    Respectfully Submitted,

    Auxiliary Member # 1,584

    (Well, I did make an Amazon purchase through Our Gracious Host’s link once, but I haven’t done a Cafe Press purchase yet, so I won’t claim my Sustaining membership yet.)

  4. The Lion’s usual phrasing is “he tried 376 times to charge me…” As if John obsessively beat a path to the courthouse. Like the chestnut about Brett being injured by Aaron, it gets repeated in every lawsuit, though it’s all pure fiction.

  5. “Your Honor, the paper cut when he served me was life threatening!!!” – short fused vexatious Pro Se, likely.

  6. Fyi, the story on how I served him is pretty simple.

    I figured out very late that my motion for default failed to check a few necessary boxes. I filed documents filling in those boxes with the court and sent them by mail to the Kimberlins. But you also are supposed to give them courtesy copies the day of.

    So… I put them in an envelope that also contained the summons and complaint in John’s case. So we were in the waiting area outside the courtroom. You have seen the 9th floor in the video of the non-assault and the 8th floor I think is exactly the same. And Brett and Tetyana come in and sit down on opposite sides. I’d say about 30 feet apart, but I kinda suck at these kinds of estimates. So I went up to Brett, explained that I filed a few things I needed to give him and handed him the first envelope. Then I went to Tetyana and did the same thing, giving her the second envelope. And then as I walked away, I said, loud enough for both of them to hear, “by the way, consider yourself served in Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al.”

    Or something real close to that.

    By the way, I am pretty sure that is also why another odd thing happened. After the hearing, Brett says to me and John something like, “you guys are the worst f—kers, real a—holes.” You know, only without the censorship. Tetyana was heard saying, “don’t talk to them.” I wasn’t sure specifically what prompted this unlawful contact in violation of the harassment statute, but I have come to think he was still fuming because we had the temerity to serve him at a hearing.

    I mean who could have seen that coming?

    HE really seems to think he is the ONLY person who has ever been sued, or something. He NEEDED TO take a breather, READ the law and calm down. But MY oh my, he was like an angry commenter typing in CAPITAL LETTERs, when in fact this is what you can expect under the Maryland CODE.

    And as you will see as time goes on, he continued to be very angry with me even after he left the courthouse. But you will learn about that on another day. Case first, blog second, as I always say, although I will note that the anger only seemed to show up in court documents.

    • Oh, the old “stick the summons in with some other papers” gambit. That’s the second-oldest trick in the book.

      The book that the Sawed-Off Pedo Bomber never bothered to read, but The Worst Lawyer In The World has.

      Would it take another bogus legal complaint to get THIS video footage released?

      • I figured he wouldn’t wonder why it was so thick because… well, because i wrote it and i often have very thick pleadings with lots of attachments.

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