The Walker v. Kimberlin, et al. Depositions

Depositions were scheduled today in the Walker v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit. Brett Kimberlin was scheduled to depose Aaron Walker from 12 noon until 2:00 pm, and Aaron Walker was scheduled to depose Tetyana Kimberlin from 2:30 pm until 4:30 pm. Both depositions were to occur in conference rooms in the Law Library at the Montgomery County Circuit Courthouse.

The first deposition occurred on schedule.

There was some delay in beginning the second deposition, and while I was waiting in the reference area of the Law Library, I saw the Kimberlins leave early. Aaron has informed me that what happened is subject to a protective order, so I do not know and cannot report anything about that deposition.

The case goes to trial next Tuesday. Stay tuned.

34 thoughts on “The Walker v. Kimberlin, et al. Depositions

  1. Wait, I thought the Kimberlins were unable to get protective orders in this case. Please correct me if I’m wrong. Or tell me to shut up if that’s more convenient.

  2. Well, we all know the chances that Brett would lie to the court to get a protective order.

    As one of my fellow countrymen once said, one in one.

    • We didn’t need Carnac to tell us something fishy was going to happen when it came time for the Kimberlins to answer questions. And the protective order… It’s possible that the Kimberlins didn’t get that order put on it but rather the Judge put the protective order on it due to the misbehavior of one or two of the Kimberlins.

      • as much nonsense as has gone on in this case, I wouldn’t be surprised at all to see the Judge slap a gag order on everyone until the case is over, just so he doesn’t have to deal with any more bs than he’s already got.

    • Well, that is, indeed, curious.

      I wonder if the same Deep Throater will hand some documents off to the crack (smoking) editorial team at BU for public consumption.

  3. So they did or did not do the second deposition? The Kimberlin’s leaving early makes it sound like they intentionally skipped it.

  4. I think people are reading too much into this. All that was said was that pedo’s MOB came late and left early. Nothing was said as to whether or not any part of the depo was done.

    His shenanigans are only going to hurt him anyway. Not saying why- educating the midget and all that- but if I’m right his game playing is going to come to an end.

    Let him and the fat slob continue to try this on the internets. The only verdict that matters is the one that will come from the court, and when that verdict comes down its going to be delicious.

    • Well, for one, we’re long past the stage where he can get away with telling different stories to different judges. They’re on to that.

      Though I have no doubt that’s part of what went on here.

  5. Sounds like she won’t be testifying at trial. I hope that leaves an expensive mark, and is a big step toward the puny pedo’s eventual destination – – back home in jail.

    • Mr. and Mrs. Lawless Lying Weasel.

      This game-playing nonsense just reeks of panic. Those who are innocent of alleged wrongdoings, and have nothing to fear, do not behave in this manner.

      A deposition scheduled and well-known in advance, with foreknowledge of the information and questions to be addressed, should pose no cause for concern nor harm nor a protective order… well… that is… IF one intended to be truthful, IF one was committed to answering questions posed to them honestly, and ESPECIALLY IF one was wholly convinced they did nothing wrong.

      Curious that.

      • Well, I will say this purely as speculation:

        Part of the Kimberlin’s accusations were that Mrs. Kimberlin’s eldest daughter’s schooling was negatively impacted. Aaron has sought school transcripts to substantiate these claims as truthful or false. If that line of questioning were to be pursued during this deposition, I could see why the judge might not want her school files to not become part of the public record (whether truthful or not).

        Let us say, for example, that Mrs. Kimberlin’s eldest daughter had always been a poor student or have a history of disciplinary problems. That information shouldn’t be dragged out into the public light just because BK and/or TK have used her as a pawn in their sick game. It would be relevant to the court, and the court should hear it, but making that public would re-victimize someone who had already been victimized by B&TK.

          • It’s also possible chronic absenteeism is an issue. That’s speculation, I only say that because BK put on the record that a principal had demanded return of his pupil on court day.
            It’s common knowledge that trips to Nashville are far enough away from Maryland to interfere with school hours in Maryland.
            I’ve seen a clip of video where a principal was mocked for being difficult. Who knows. It’s not my business exactly – and I don’t much care other than in the context of false criminal claims.

    • That was my thought as well. TK refused to answer questions with BK in the room, and BK refused to leave…

        • Judges generally are not involved in the actual deposition, onlythe respective attorneys. If someone screws their deposition up, well that will have consequences at the subsequent trial.

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