So, how did last week go? Reasonably well, I believe.
On Monday, we found out that The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin had thrown in the towel for his RICO Retread LOLsuit and filed a motion for a voluntary dismissal of the remain defendants. The betting among those of us who beat him in court during this case is that he’s doing that in order to be able to appeal against us—something he can’t do as long as the case is ongoing in the Circuit Court.
Tuesdays seem to be quiet days, and Tuesday of last week was no exception.
On Wednesday, I finally got a copy of William Ferguson’s motion to dismiss that he filed in the Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit. I had to buy a copy from the Clerk of the Court because he didn’t serve a copy on me. That’s consistent with the certificate of service attached to motion which says that he only served it on himself.
Thursday was a quiet day too.
On Friday, I filed my opposition to Ferguson’s motion to dismiss, and Ferguson informed the world that my lawsuit would be over on Monday. I can hardly wait to see what he’s got up his … up his sleeve. A few other items were filed in other cases late in the day on Friday, and I look forward to being able to report on them when I receive copies.