Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. News

A couple of weeks ago, the Kimberlin’s filed a motion in the Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit seeking to have me declared a vexatious litigant. This morning, I filed my opposition to that motion.

My opposition speaks for itself, so I don’t intend to make any further substantive comment on this matter until the court rules on the motion.

20 thoughts on “Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. News

  1. That opposition may result in another trip to e.r. for contusions and pain. The butthurt will be that bad. hahahaha

  2. Very well written, Gentle Host.

    The sawed-off Domestic Terrorist Brett “The Speedway Bomber” Kimberlin needs his deceitful, vexatious, lying arse judicially handed to him post haste.

    Enough is enough already. *SMH*

    • I’ve never found him vexing. Of course, I’ve never tried to practice brass knuckle PR management either.

  3. 4 score and 100 times ago, our failings brought forth this torrent of asskicking, on this court system, conceived in a moldy basement with a 14 year old, the proposition that not all paralegals are created equal…

    Now we are over our head, engaged in a war with a guy who aims space lasers for a living, tested and found wanting in court after court, and we have come to the conclusion that our final resting place is approaching soon at a prison near you.

    It is altogether proper and just that we reaped what we sowed, and those who endured our failings, have sought their just rewards for our criminal activities and that the court shall do this in due time

  4. As others above have said … well written motion.

    I’m sure as Aaron has said in the past, most lawyers would agree John writes well plead legal motions. And to think John doesn’t have several years of prison experience and writes better legal motions than a professional felon prison lawyer.

  5. I don’t get how Kimberlin thought the “400” number would fly. It is an instant credibility problem. The record makes mincemeat of it. Did he think that nobody was going to check? Ever since “Everybody Blog About Brett Kimberlin Day” May 25, 2012 — that is a little over 4 years ago — it would require WJJH to file a new lawsuit every 3.65 days. Who has that much time? I don’t think that a law firm with 50 staff attorneys could do it.

    • He was trying to get away with conflating motions with actions which of course requires a further step of conflating charges with actions. He knows it is untrue but if perjury is alleged he’ll pretend he didnt understand the difference and as a poor pro-se how could he be held accountable?

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