35 thoughts on “I’m Not Making This Up, You Know

    • A dumb shot. There are material facts in dispute, he’s already lost his MTD. The judge clearly has not erred, but the littlest bomber can resort to the normal remedy of appeal like any one else.

  1. I haven’t seen it yet, but I’m sure its a masterpiece of legal reasoning.

    You know, like his 20 other motions to reconsider.

    • Just wait until the “charities” are joined as defendants in the Hoge case. Team Kimberlin shouldn’t complain because Witless Willie started that game. But of course they will complain.

  2. Let me get this straight, his is wanting the current Judge to accept his motion to reconsider his Denial of Motion for Summary Judgement before another Judge, because of a bad case of Butthurt.

    Is that correct?

    I bet the Clerks and the Judge are laughing their butts off, and probably going to frame his “motion” with a caption saying “The Stupidest Motion That Has Every Crossed My Desk!”

      • I’m not entirely sure that he knows what he wants, or cares. I suspect he’s hoping to make such a ruckus that it all goes to a new judge, and presumably he gets to start all over from scratch. It’s like a criminal defendant who tries to get their trial delayed or derailed by grabbing a pen and stabbing their lawyer.

        • He’s tried it before. I can’t think of a time it actually worked, except for a brief short period he got some dumbasses to peddle his secret exhoneration story.

          • I wonder how a secret exoneration is supposed to work.

            Lawyer: “I’ve got good news and bad news. The good news is, I’ve just spoken with the Justice Department, and they’ve agreed that your convictions will be reversed. You’ve been exonerated!”

            Convict: “Wow, that’s great! But what’s the bad news?”

            Lawyer: “You’re going to be in the Secret Exoneration Program. That means that all the records of your conviction will remain in effect. If any future employers, or journalists, or potential romantic interests decide to look into your background, they’ll still see your criminal convictions, and there won’t be any public record that says that you were ever exonerated.”

            Convict: “Wait, what?”

          • Secret exoneration works like every other conspiracy theory: the lack of evidence is attributed to the evil machinations of the conspirators.

  3. Heh heh. I am loving every minute of this. I love the smell of fear-sweat in the morning. BK is learning the hard way that actions have consequences. Setting off bombs or filing vexatious and frivolous lawsuits — these actions can come back to bite you.

      • Like the one Brett told Singer he was writing? About the same time the aging-out wannabee newcomer on the rock scene was traveling abroad and bringing back under-aged Ukrainian girls to meddle with Brett boasts to Singer how producers want to hear more material and he is writing two – “One, called “Fountain of Youth” is about a guy who searches all over the world for the fountain of youth and finds it between a girls legs.”

        Brett’s grandiose schemes didn’t really save him from being old and busted and talentless, though, or from going back to prison.

  4. two “songs”, that is. p 354 if you want to see how he can’t make his dreams come true.

  5. Oh, I can’t wait to read this pile of excrement and rule in his favor…

    …said no judge, ever.

  6. This is obviously a forgery, and Our Gracious Host should have his paralegal license suspended.


    Hoge, you should be FIRED by The Worst Lawyer In The World (TM). Not even The Worst Lawyer In The World (TM) should tolerate his paralegal forging court documents. Only sawed-off pedo bombers and convicted perjurers can get away with that!

  7. Please tell us you will post this one for general mockery once it is available on PACER. I promise I will stretch the appropriate LULZ muscles before reading!

  8. I love how this is all playing out. A clear-mined semi-retired Engineer who has taken on a hobby versus a jumble-minded vindictively-evil wannabe Rockstar fighting to maintain his delusions.

    The Engineer keeps gaining smart, helpful friends.

    The wannabe Rockstar can’t even host sleepovers at his…I mean Mom’s…I mean I don’t even live there….

    And the wannabe Rockstar’s friends…sheesh!

    I’m tired of popcorn. I’m going for Goobers and Rasinettes. And I’ll take some Sno-Caps, too.

    And a large Dr. Pepper.

  9. Putting the issue before the same prejudiced judge isn’t going to do anything, he’s going to keep ruling against you. What he really needs to do is sue the judge in his personal capacity for perverting the course of justice.

    Hope that doesn’t break the rules about educating the midget.

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