Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

I’ve been going through the evidence that Brett Kimberlin introduced in his defense during the Walker v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit. (Tetyana Kimberlin did not introduce any evidence during that trial.) The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin has mentioned a “hundred page” report “requested by the Montgomery State’s Attorney’s Office in several of the papers he’s filed in the Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit. I turns out that he introduced a copy in Aaron Walker’s case.

I’m not going to post the whole thing. First, there are things in it that would invade the privacy of one or more third parties. Second, it would be a colossal waste of bandwidth.

I did find that the Kimberlins raised one important question on page 10 of their report—

What More Does This [States’s Attorney’s] Office Need To Prosecute Hoge and Walker?

Reading their report, it’s pretty obvious what was missing, evidence showing that there was probable cause that a crime was committed. That’s the same thing that was missing from their Applications for Statement of Charges.

Meanwhile, we’re at T-minus 12 days and counting.

28 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. Incredibly telling that the personal email of Brett and Tetyana Kimberlin is a JTMP email address. I love it when the corporation veil gets so shredded it’s transparent .

    Thanks Brett!


    Not to mention the questioning of guilt clearly demonstrates lack of proper Revolutionary Feeling, Comrade …

  3. Poor felon Brett Kimberlin … it must be a real pain in the ass to have enemies who are 1) both upstanding law abiding citizens and 2) smarter than you are.

  4. I speak Kimberlinese, and can translate this portion:

    a “hundred page” report “requested by the Montgomery State’s Attorney’s Office

    Brett: You know I have a dossier of evidence.
    Montgomery State’s Attorney Secretary: Yes. Let me get an attorney…
    Brett: Do you think I should send the papers over?
    Montgomery State’s Attorney Secretary: Yes, sure. If that will make you feel better.
    Brett: CLICK

  5. So they composed a hundred pages of the usual drivel and evidence free invective, and called it a report? That would be cute, if it weren’t such a waste of time.

    Phone, train.

    • Nice to know I’m not the only one who thought the font choice odd. I suppose the usual Times, Ariel, Helvetica, Garamond, Bookman, etc. just weren’t special or unique enough.

      They also had it comb bound, presumably to make it look more like a real report?

  6. or some kind of administrative assistant not quite out of high school. Or maybe he was trying to look as pitiful pro se, and naive and friendly, even childish and feminine, in need of one the white knighting power of the state.

  7. You know’ his version of “I’m white and cute and I’ll braid my hair” attempt at manipulating the response he’ll get. I think he’s well aware that his personal, solo, filings are unlikely to find favor.

  8. Some interesting information.
    Mr. Hoge letter to bill earler this week, notice the number of views in just 3 days.

    Correspondence WMS20170614 Redacted

    uploaded by himself2462
    This tells me that this post at the time of this comment has had at least 1,181 Views.

    BKTK Memo to K_Knight

    uploaded by himself2462

    Since those are numbers from Scribd i am assuming those are the click-through to view the documents on Scribd.

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