Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

Earlier this month, The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin filed a motion for reconsideration with the Maryland Court of Appeals (the State’s highest court) seeking a do-over on his petition for a writ of certiorari appealing his loss in the Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. nuisance LOLsuit. He based his motion on “fact” that Judge Battaglia had been involved in the revocation of his parole back in the late ’90s when she was a U.S. Attorney and should not have participated in the decision to deny his petition. He withdrew his motion after Hogewash! pointed out that Judge Battaglia had retired on her 70th birthday, the same day that TDPK filed his petition for writ of certiorari.

Here is the motion for reconsideration that Kimberlin filed. In paragraph 3 he states that a letter from Judge Battaglia “featured false information that the [Parole] Commission relied upon to make an adverse decision against Petitioner.”

Kimberlin’s claim is not consistent with the actual record. When he sued the Parole Commission claiming that their reliance on the Battaglia letter was improper, the U.S. District Court of the DC found that the Commission had not relied on the letter in determining to extend his time in the slammer. The Gentle Reader can read for himself beginning on p. 6 in the memorandum order below that the decision to keep TDPK locked up for an additional two years was based on “information provided by plaintiff himself.” Judge Urbina concludes on p. 8: “It is apparent that the Parole Commission’s decision was based on plaintiff’s own statements and filings and not on the letter from the United States Attorney[.]”

Brett Kimberlin is not only a bad liar, he is a stupid one.

7 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. Pointing out his secret exoneration would help Kimberlin immensely at this point. Maybe it just slipped his mind.

  2. I find this footnote particularly hilarious, as it typifies Brett Kimberlin’s behavior:

    9. Plaintiff contends that the Bankruptcy Court found that he acted in good faith. The order to which he refers, however, only states that the plan that was adopted had been proposed in good faith, not that the plaintiff had acted in good faith throughout the proceedings. The bankruptcy judge specifically noted that he had no jurisdiction to render the advisory opinion sought by the plaintiff. Plaintiff’s Exhibit 11, submitted with his motion for summary judgment.

    Always saying that something issued by a court is more than what it says. Or completely different and something the court couldn’t even rule upon. He never, ever changes.

  3. “It is apparent that the Parole Commission’s decision was based on plaintiff’s own statements and filings…”

    So, once again, the adjudicated pedophile’s life would have been better off if he had kept his damn mouth shut.

    There’s a lesson in there, if only the Dread Pro-Se could learn it.

  4. “The examiner’s recommendation was adopted by the Commission, which specifically found that plaintiff had “committed bankruptcy fraud . . . by falsely reporting a $225,000 asset as belonging to a corporation owned by [his] sister, when that corporation was a sham intended to shield [his] income from legitimate creditors…”

    “… when that corporation was a sham…”

    CR Video Productions, anyone? #SSDD

    BTW — Where *is* the Domestic Terrorist Brett “The Speedway Bomber” Kimberlin’s sister these days? *hmm*

    “… failure to fully and accurately report… failure to subsequently correct the misrepresentations… when combined with evidence of past deceptive conduct on [his] part… a persistent unwillingness to be honest and forthright…”

    The more things change… the more they stay the same. *SMH*

    #Psychopath #Perjurer #Forger #DomesticTerrorist #BrettKimberlin

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