Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


It should not surprise the Gentle Reader who has been following The Saga of The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin that discovery documents TDPK provide last week in the Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit were deficient and were not properly responsive to the request for production of documents served on him. I contacted TDPK to attempt to resolve the issue, but I received not response. Therefore, I filed the following motion yesterday.

The usual boilerplate statement about not commenting on a motion until the court rules applies to this one too.

34 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. I’m shocked, shocked I tell you that Kimberlin still has not complied properly with discovery. Why, it’s almost like he doesn’t want to follow the rules.

      • With all due respect, Mr. Hoge; the text of your post sounds like you’re thinking with your Russian language headspace and translating back to English. Considering the timestamp of the post, I’ll assume you needed Moar Coffee.

  2. If he willfully refuses, can the other parties be subpoenaed to produce their copies of the settlement agreement?

  3. Imagine that, the tiny Pedo not playing by the rules. Too bad it’s MD or I’d have hope that he’d get a severe bench slap.

  4. Please, just this once, can we skip the “bailiff, whack the defendant’s pee-pee” this time? None of us really need that visual this time…

  5. I wonder if he ever wakes up in the night, sweating, and thinking, “Lawsuits for the rest of my life.” and regretting his course of action?
    Nah.
    Keep up the pressure. I think he’s about to crack.

  6. Sure, just like he “proved” over a dozen innocent people, including Vinnie and Chris Heather, were Howard Earl and Jerry Fletcher. BS decides that someone is responsible for his latest outrage du jour, and molds the “evidence.”

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