Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

A few weeks ago, I posted this motion to seal the records of the State v. Walker and State v. Hoge cases in which Aaron Walker and I were falsely charged with online harassment of a minor. The perjured Applications for Statement of Charges were filed by Tetyana Kimberlin, and the motion purports to bear her signature.

Neither Aaron nor I were served a copy of the motion. I found out about it when I received the copy shown above from the District Court showing Judge Wolfe’s denial of the motion. I later received service of the State’s response to the motion as well.

Aaron also received a copy from the District Court. Even though the judge has already denied the order, he filed an opposition to the motion to seal in order to make certain the case records would be available as evidence in the Walker v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit.

Even though Tetyana Kimberlin’s motion was denied on 11 July, the Kimberlin’s filed this “Reply to Defendant Aaron Walker’s Motion to Unseal, and Motion for Sanctions” on 8 August.

popcorn4bkThis yet another example of Brett Kimberlin’s increasing panic. The motion before the court was not one from Aaron to unseal. It was Tetyana Kimberlin’s (nominally) motion to seal. The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin now has so many cases to track that he can no longer keep them straight.

Also, at no point in his bizarre filing does TDPK actually as the court to impose any sanction on Aaron.

Everything is proceeding as I have foreseen.

33 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. Huh. It’s almost like having returned green cards might act as proof that you served someone and they received it. Odd, that.

    • Yea, and perhaps it would mean more if you produced said proof rather than just asserting and expecting the court to believe something signed by a convicted perjurer.

  2. I’m curious about how the rules of practicing law without a license apply when one is serving legal documents for one’s spouse. It’s almost as if the spouse were a puppet

    • Yes, but – and this is important – are you talking about a strings-on-the-hands-and-feet puppet, or a hand-up-the-ass puppet?

      Those are technical terms, by the way.

  3. TDPK’s reply and motion is a work of art. In his effort to suppress evidence he creates more evidence.

  4. His long affidavit to Bill’s lawsuit number 6 Every thing he has ever filed may need to be examined for fraud. Hmmmmm.


  5. Brett must be relying on the fact that if you switch “Defendant” and “Plaintiff” in his pleadings they become more truthful.

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  7. I especially enjoyed the part claiming Aaron allegedly “has a long and sordid history of making false allegations regarding service.” Please encourage the court to look into and punish whoever’s been playing games with service, Ms. Streisand. That will end well for you.

    • Problem is, it hasn’t up to now. He’s been scolded, but I’m sure that he got over that before leaving the courtroom. He was charged, but MD officials apparently don’t mind lying in court if it’s a civil matter. Unless and until he gets some real world consequences for his actions they will continue. A judge would have to find him in contempt or something before that happens.

      And then he’ll just turn around and sue the judge. Because, why not?

  8. I think TK is saying that Aaron moved for sanctions and this is the reply; still, the date’s all wrong.

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