The Fourth Circuit Makes Short Work of Brett Kimberlin

The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin filed a motion for reconsideration of the dismissal of this appeal of the Kimberlin v. Hunton & Williams LLP, et al. RICO 2: Electric Boogaloo LOLsuit. He didn’t file on time.

Everything is proceeding as I have foreseen.

20 thoughts on “The Fourth Circuit Makes Short Work of Brett Kimberlin

  1. Reminds me of this exchange:

    Gablehauser: AA, I need your official answer.
    Sheldon: Well, it’s not what he said.
    Gablehauser: Then what is it?
    Sheldon: I want a different question.
    Gablehauser: You can’t have a different question.
    Sheldon: Formal Protest!
    Gablehauser: Denied!
    Sheldon: Informal Protest!
    Gablehauser: Denied! I need your official answer.
    Sheldon: No, I decline to provide one.
    Gablehauser: Well, that’s too bad, because the answer your teammate gave was correct.
    Sheldon: That’s your opinion.

    • My favorite exchange, right before that…

      Dmitri: [Dmitri rings in on the final question in the physics bowl] The answer is minus eight pi alpha.
      Sheldon: Hang on, hang on a second, that is not our answer! What are you doing?
      Dmitri: [wearily] Answering question; winning physics bowl.
      Sheldon: How do *you* know anything about physics?
      Dmitri: Here I am janitor. In former Soviet Union, I am physicist; Leningrad Polytechnica – Go Polar Bears.

  2. Wow, the order was shorter than the list of defendants! If you print it out, it’s still even shorter than Brett!

    But I’m sure the Supremes will grant cert. /sarc

  3. Heh. Very pleased to see that – short and to the point, and please, let this one be dead.

    Eventually, all the thrashing and writhing will die away, and a sullen silence will prevai. Or I can hope, anyway.

    Home. Laptop. Because it’s Christmas!

  4. I’ll bet that order is standard boilerplate form based on a standing order from the court.

    In other words, Kimberlin’s motion was denied without ever being seen by a judge.

  5. Now, that’s what I call “judicial efficiency”!

    Looks like word is getting around in the courts about domestic terrorist pedophile ex-felon drug-dealer con-artist vexatious litigant Brett Coleman Kimberlin…


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