The Kimberlins have filed a response to Aaron Walker’s motion to strike their motion to compel Mrs. Walker to appear as a witness during the motions hearing in the Walker v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit this Friday. Aaron noted their motion contained a great deal of scandalous, immaterial, and false information about his wife that had no connection to any of the issues before the court. Therefore, he asked that the Kimberlins’ motion be stricken pursuant to Md. Rule 2-322(e). He also noted since the upcoming hearing was not an evidentiary hearing where witnesses could be called, there was no reason to compel his wife’s attendance, and the motion should be denied in any case.
The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin has doubled down on his use of the false story the has publicly floated via Bill Schmalfeldt’s post at
Breitbart Unmasked Bunny Billy Boy Unread (No. I won’t link to it.), but he has done so in a way that contradicts the original motion. I’ll let the detail of that mistake come out at this week’s hearing.
I won’t be posting a copy of the Kimberlins’ response. When I got through redacting defamatory falsehoods, there were too many blank pixels to make it worthwhile to expend bandwidth on posting it.
However, the response contains yet more evidence that The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin is panicking. Consider this passage.Gentle Reader, there’s a significant omission in that passage. Did you catch it? If not, reread the passage again more slowly. Go ahead. I’ll wait for you …
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… or dismiss the claims against Brett Kimberlin.
Just Brett? What about Tetyana? Is he now so panicked that he ready to leave her to defend herself? To throw her under the bus?
The coming week promises to be quite interesting.
Everything is proceeding as I have foreseen.