Bonus Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


This exchange at the bench occurred between Judge Mason and The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin while Kimberlin was trying to keep information about his bombing convictions away from the jury during the Walker v. Kimberlin, et al. trial.

MR. KIMBERLIN: Your Honor, you are being very unfair to me —

THE COURT: OK —

MR. KIMBERLIN: This man has, this, this —

THE COURT: Mr. Kimberlin, I’m not going to listen to this. As I’ve explained, you may think I’m being very unfair to you, I have bent over backwards to be fair to both sides in this case, including not granting the motion for summary judgment, probably at a time when I should have, because you had violated and your wife had violated the Rules left and right. But as a matter of discretion, and I think I said in fairness, even though he is probably entitled to a motion for summary judgment, this is a case that should be tried by jury, and the jury should hear this, and let them decide.

MR. KIMBERLIN: OK —

THE COURT: So I do not —

MR. KIMBERLIN: I have —

THE COURT: — wish to hear that I’ve been unfair to you. I kept this out, this information out entirely, although I thought it was probative, until you opened the door by lying to the jury.

MR. KIMBERLIN: I didn’t lie.

THE COURT: You did lie, sir. Let’s get the jury.

Lying liars gotta lie.

22 thoughts on “Bonus Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. Oh no…. Judge Mason didn’t let the Lyin’ Midget get away with lying in his courtroom…

    /sarc

    Having worked in law enforcement, I can tell you with 100% certainty that Judge Mason is absolute disgrace to the bench. And EVERYTHING that you have posted about the case, John… just reinforces that.

    • The second most disgraceful part was ruling that absent the stricken lies there was probable cause for accusing Aaron Walker of a crime. Aaron Walker’s actions towards Brett Kimberlin’s children consisted completely of speech. Speech is not a crime, and, cannot be a crime, even if it is “unwanted,” and even if there it is request that it “stop.” The second lie was that Brett Kimberlin asked to be left alone. Brett Kimberlin attempted to abuse a law to create a situation in which simply because he happened to be a parent of minor child he could do and say anything to destroy Aaron Walker through actors such as brettsbarkmasked while simultaneously paralyzing Aaron from counteractions.

      The most disgraceful part was creating a moral equivalence between Aaron Walker seeking pro se relief for being adjudicated to have been subjected to a application of charges based on lies, and Brett Kimberlin’s vexatious abuse of the civil and criminal justice system. If Brett Kimberlin were to file new false charges packed with lies, Aaron Walker would have every right to file another lawsuit using the current set of facts to argue the new charges were part of a pattern of filing false charges.

  2. “even though he is probably entitled to a motion for summary judgment, this is a case that should be tried by jury, and the jury should hear this, and let them decide.”

    So, this looks like something the appeal courts would look upon and say “why the hell didn’t he grant a summary judgement” when the judge lays it out that both defendants “had violated the Rules left and right” and then lied to the jury when he ” bent over backwards to be fair” .

    Lawsuits for the rest of Brett’s life, and ever lawsuit, the reason from the past keeps being brought front and center .

    http://theothermccain.com/2012/07/05/when-jessica-was-10-11-12/

  3. The degree to which BK’s lies were acknowledged should have made the judge aware of how unjustified were the Application for Statement of Charges. This case needs to be appealed.

    • Would the judge want to know that Brett told him a fable about his “settlement” re bombing? (There was none, Brett has never been exonerated or settled with on his terroristic bombing of Speedway, and his release form prison had no relationship to any issue with his convictions.)

      • Because that fable is what brought Aaron into this whole situation in the first place, when Seth Allen was under attack for exposing Brett’s public lies about that.

  4. I want this on a tape loop.

    So it can be played again and again.

    Forever.

    BTW, that exchange should be introduced, along with Brett Coleman Kimberlin’s perjury conviction, into every lawsuit filed against him.

    Forever.

    Lawsuits, forever…heh.

  5. “I have bent over backwards to be fair to both sides in this case, including not granting the motion for summary judgment, probably at a time when I should have…”

    That sounds fair to all parties.

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