Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

The Gentle Reader who has been following The Saga of The Dread Pirate Performer Pro-Se Kimberlin for several years should remember that TDPK lost the first LOLsuti he filed against me. That was the Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. nuisance LOLsuit. I was one of the et al. First, he lost five of his claims at summary judgment. Those were claims about which there were no disagreement concerning the facts, and we won as a matter of law. Then, he lost on his defamation and false light invasion of privacy claims at trial. He could not show that anything Aaron Walker, Stacy McCain, Ali Akbar, or I had said or written about him were false.

popcorn4bkBelieve it or not, the case isn’t fully dead yet.

TDPK appealed his loss to the Maryland Court of Special Appeals, and a three-judge panel of that court affirmed the Circuit Court’s findings. He asked for an rehearing by the entire court, and that was denied. He petitioned the Maryland Court of Appeals (the State’s highest court) for a writ of certiorari, and that was denied. He has now announced in a filing he made with the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals that he will file a certiorari petition with the Supreme Court.

Everything is proceeding as I have foreseen.

26 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


  1. So it’s not enough for him that the highest court in Maryland let stand the ruling that it’s not defamation to call him a pedophile—he insists on running the table.


    • How lulzy would it be if SCOTUS denied cert by saying “The pedophile Brett Kimberlin’s petition for cert is denied”.


    • But why should that stop him? He’s Brett Kimberlin, DAMMIT! Respect his AUTHROARITAY!

      *snort*


  2. Here’s a refreshing idea: only sue people if you have actual grounds, and a solid, coherent case that can be stated succulently when required.


      • Agree!

        But I will say Brett has become so ridicules in his filings that an hour or two a month writing motions is probably now light hearted and laughter moments for John and Aaron. Brett and Bill are now probably extending John’s life with all the laughter.

        Brett started this believing being a “prison lawyer” (perhaps? trading anal sex for his services?) he could destroy John and Aaron. The only thing he accomplished is training an engineer to pro-se represent himself and demonstrate the difference between an engineer’s brain and a criminal brain.

        John’s motion’s have become lawyer good.


      • However, with this petition, it doesn’t even cost them time or money. I could be wrong, but I don’t think a petition requires any response from the other side. If he by some means was successful, then Aaron and John would need to reply (Aaron, are you admitted to the Supreme Court bar?), but otherwise, I think all that they need to do is sit back, relax, and watch the petition get smacked down without comment.


  3. Brett, we don’t think you preserved any Federal issues.

    Even Scalia is rolling over in his grave laughing.


  4. I get confused. Is this the one where the judge concluded that Brett Kimberlin had not a “scintilla” of evidence, or was this the one where Brett Kimberlin could have testified but did not, or is this the one where he put a minor child on the stand to testify that her dad wasn’t a pedophile?
    Or the one in which his brilliant legal mind concluded that asking the question “why do you think I’m a pedophile” was appropriate, given the fact that the defendants know his biography front and back?


  5. I would be surprised if he even files once he figures out you actually have to pay to docket a writ.


    • Don’t worry, JTMP will pay for it anyways. After all, that is what JTMP for: paying for the pedo midget’s frivolous lawsuits.

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