Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

I received service of the following order from the District Court of Maryland is yesterday’s mail.

I was never served by the petitioner who, on the face of the document, appears to be Tetyana Kimberlin. It was fortunate that Judge Wolfe denied the petition. I assume that the petition was filed in order make it more difficult to use the District Court’s records in support of my malicious prosecution claims in the Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit.

The document represents itself as being filed by Tetyana Kimberlin. I find it interesting that the notice of service information for the State’s Attorney (which is handwritten in the wrong spaces) is in Brett Kimberlin’s handwriting. Also, the following items are interesting to compare—

This is Tetyana Kimberlin’s signature from the Protective Order Petition she filed seeking protection from her husband on 7 July, 2013.20130707This is her signature on the Application for Statement of Charges she filed against me on 18 May, 2015.20150518Here is the signature on the Motion to Seal.Mot to SealHmmmmm.

30 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. More criminal conduct by the Pedo. He is getting very reckless in his panic over being held to account.

    By the way, I only see one page of the motion to seal.

  2. The notice requirement doesn’t appear to be very robust. First class mail seems hardly sufficient. It should at least require a forged green card.

  3. In the case where the court isn’t bent so far over backwards for Kimberlin that it can tickle its scalp with its toes, what are the sanctions for forging a signature on a document like this?

  4. Do not know if filling a forged court document like the above meets all the conditions for a Forgery charge but below is a laymen summary of the penalties.

    “Maryland punishes forgery and counterfeiting according to the type of document involved in the crime.

    Making or knowingly using any of several specified forged financial or legal instruments incurs a fine of up to $1,000, up to ten years in prison, or both. These documents include any entry in an account book or ledger; and any letter of credit, bond, draft, check, or promissory note (or any endorsement or assignment of a bond, draft, check, or promissory note). They also include any deed, negotiable instrument, power of attorney, release or discharge for money or property, title to a motor vehicle, waiver or release of mechanics’ lien, will, or codicil.

    Possessing a forgery of one of the abovementioned instruments with the intent to use it to defraud someone is also illegal, and incurs a fine of up to $1,000, up to three years in prison or both. Notice that this offense does not require the defendant to have personally created the forged instrument, but that the defendant knew it was false and possessed it with the intent to defraud someone. (Md. Ann. Code § 8-601 & 8-602.)

    Making false entries in the public record of any state or local government agency or subdivision incurs its own penalties. This offense includes willfully making a false entry in a public record; or altering, defacing, destroying, removing, or concealing a public record. Penalties include a fine of up to $1,000, up to three years in prison or both. (Md. Ann. Code § 8-606.)

    And forging the signature of a judge, court officer, or other state court employee incurs a fine of up to $10,000, up to five years in prison, or both. (Md. Ann. Code § 8-606.1.)”


  5. I would think that a letter to the judge (no copy to Brett or Ms. K) stating that while the document was signed under penalty of perjury that you were served, in fact you were not served and perhaps he should put out a bench warrant for Ms. Kimberlin. Let her deny that she signed the form and shift the blame to Brett.

    Then buy more popcorn.

  6. compare the signatures on the document in this posting:

    Note the two loops at the end of both her “signature” and his lower signature are very similar.

    It is interesting that the slope of many of the signature blocks are the same for the three signatures in many of the recent filings. An example of this:

    Is Dan Rather available to authenticate the signatures?

    • You are probably correct, unless the signature is being forged (at risk of prison time) because he is no longer in close proximity to her on a regular basis.

      • My guess is that is a big part of the reason. But the only way she would deny signing anything put forth in this case is if she were to get in big enough trouble over the document. If her paycheck starts getting garnished, for example, for a big sanction/fine over an egregious series of docs and a default, she may decide she didn’t sign the docs that caused it.

        However, even if she were able to prove that’s not her signature, well, then she has failed to file proper responses and would still face default. She has been in court; she knows about the case, and if she’s not getting the docs being sent to her, it’s her responsibility to figure out why.

      • I agree. But we’ve seen enough of these individuals to know she’ll claim to not remember, language difficulties, etc. So she authorized her husband to act on her behalf…

        Few other than the Barton and DeLong families want to see that predator in prison more than I do. I just don’t think this will go anywhere. I hope I’m wrong.

  7. Pure speculation of course, but I can see at least two reasons why the petition was denied. The question as to what parts of the file are to be sealed is not answered at all. The question as to what harm will befall the petitioner is evaded.

  8. Does he actually read the instructions on the form before filling it out? This stuff isn’t exactly rocket surgery.

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