Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin doesn’t want to produce any documents for the Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit in the manner required by Maryland Rule 2-422(d)(1). He doesn’t want to produce some documents at all.

As usual, I don’t plan to make any substantial public statement about my motion or this bizarre opposition to it any place other than my reply filed with the court until after the judge has ruled on my motion.

33 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. Full of sound and fury, and refusing to address the points you raised in your Motion to Compell. Results should be signifying nothing. But, Maryland…

  2. It is only April but BK has decided to make Christmas early.

    Upon what conditions is a parolee released on parole or mandatory release?
    The conditions are indicated on the release certificate presented to the parolee when he or she is released or on the Notice of Action.

    Parolees will remain under the jurisdiction of the Parole Commission and under supervision of a Probation Officer until the maximum expiration date of the sentence (for offenses committed prior to April 11, 1987), unless the Commission terminates supervision earlier. If the parolee’s supervision is terminated early, he or she will be given a Certificate of Early Termination.

  3. Well I guess lying to the courts hasn’t netted him any serious punishment up to no. It’s no wonder he’s still doing it.

  4. This motion is vexatious, without merit, and a waste of time, just like his last Motion to Compel.

    That would be the motion that pried the discovery he has provided out of him, wouldn’t it?

  5. Stalin once famously stated that “sometimes, quantity has a quality of its own.”

    It appears that The Sawed-Off Pedo Bomber thinks that “in court filings” is one of those times. If he gives enough papers, no matter if they’re relevant or not, then he’s complied.

    He is wrong.

  6. Is Johnny Atsign published tomorrow? I am totally hooked on his PI adventures. Does he bug phone calls? You don’t need to “tap wires” nowdays, you know.

    • Petitioner, whose criminal history will be detailed herein, is presently serving an aggregate federal sentence of 51 years, 6 months and 19 days, imposed by the United States District Courts for the Southern District of Indiana and the Southern District of Texas. See Paper No. 12, Exhibit A. Although petitioner at the time of filing this case was incarcerated at the Federal Correctional Institution at Cumberland, Maryland, this Court later authorized Federal Bureau of Prisons personnel to transfer him to the Federal Correctional Institution at Petersburg, Virginia. See Paper No. 47

    • ….concluded that petitioner had resisted parole supervision by Officer Ramsburg “in every way he can,”…

      Should never have been let out on parole for the second time, and dam sure never been granted unsupervised status.

    • …what? Where was I? I have no idea what you’re talking about. Yes, Bob is a grifter and a pervert who likes Cub Scouts, hamsters, and “mayonaisse,” not in that order.

      I see footprints everywhere. HIC!

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