Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

I’ve been going over the documents that The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin provided during discovery in the Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit. It looks as if he intends to try to use his defense in my lawsuit to re-litigate the Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. LOLsuit that he lost three years ago. He sued me for defamation in that case, and he lost when he couldn’t offer a “scintilla” (I’ve always enjoyed Judge Johnson’s choice of that word!) of evidence that anything my co-defendants and I said or wrote about him is false.

You’d think he’d be starting to understand res judicata by now.

Everything is proceeding as I have foreseen.

T-minus 11 days and counting.

30 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. Once upon a time…
    There was a young Scout who aspired to be a lawyer…
    …a Scout named “Mokey”…
    … … …
    “But mark my words here: I’m an easy man—I’m quite the gentleman, says you; but this time it’s serious. … … When I’m in Parlyment, and riding in my coach, I don’t want non of those sea-lawyers in the cabin a-coming home, unlooked for, like the devil at prayers. Wait is what I say, but when the time comes…” – Long John Silver, in Treasure Island

  2. They aren’t deep thinkers are they? Say the judge allowed the topic into evidence … it would just make the jury feel queasy about him to say the least. Then Bill might feel the need to one up him and submit his cub scout jokes.

    If you’re going to have enemies, may they be as dumb and impotent as Brett Kimberlin and Bill Schmalfeldt.

  3. Breitbit News‏ @breitbitnews 2 hours ago
    I know that “truth” isn’t a highly rated quality among the @wjjhoge cultists, but WHAT fucking “cub scout jokes” are you talking about?

    I’m sorry Bill. Whenever I make a mistake I’m willing to correct. From your parody, i.e., jokes, puter hole parodies, fantasies, or whatever one might describe your self published minutes of infamy about Rick Perry and BOY SCOUTS. I sincerely apologize I don’t find much distinction between Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts.

    p.s. Have you made your travel arrangements to Maryland yet? Train tickets will only get more expensive.

    • 8 and 11 year old boys in Blob’s “comedy” bit are the age of CUB SCOUTS, not Boy Scouts.

      Because he screwed up the ages of the scouts in his “satire,” he has used that to muddy the waters regarding his filth ever since.

      You keep clinging to that defense, you repugnant turd. I am sure it will go over well with a judge.

      • I’m not familiar with the “comedy” (and have no intention or desire to change that), but the Cub Scouts are part of the Boy Scouts. So, it seems to me that if it specified ages appropriate to Cub Scouts, then that would be a valid characterization.

        • Precisely. Cub Scouts are a subset of the Boy Scouts, as are Eagle Scouts. You can either refer to them as their appropriate age/rank group “Cub” “Boy” “Eagle” or as the generic, overarching “Boy.” Neither is inherently wrong. But if you specify the age group…. it’s more than a little bit suspicious when you insist they are “Boy” when they are “Cub.” *shudder*

      • “No, Your Honor, they aren’t Cub Scouts, they are 8 and 11 year old Boy Scouts. There’s a big difference…………

        …….uh, right?”

        Bill, you’re a failure at everything.

      • Cub scouts ARE Boy Scouts. They are a type of Boy Scout, and in the age range he depicted, they would be cub scouts/webelos. I suppose his usual porny fantasy passed off as comedy that has gotten him banned from commenting/contributing elsewhere keeps his balloon all floaty.

    • That Cabin Boy, the cult follower of a violent criminal and convicted perjurer, thinks himself justified in smearing the truthfulness of others is quite the irony. Not least after being caught recently in several false court filings.

    • Well, yes, you should. Unless the plaintiff never even bothered to put on a case, much like Brett. Then you have to take every opportunity possible to try and make your case. Even when you should be refuting the other guy’s case.

      Team Kimberlin just doesn’t seem to measure up at any point in time.

  4. Mr. Fakinsons’ pedo master is on autopilot filing documents just for the sake of filing them in an attempt to force a response. Its the closest he can get to “lawsuits for the rest if their lives”

    As for William “stolen valor Parkinson’s faker spoliation master” Shmalfeldt, don’t think that evey scenario you’ve come up with to dodge the 28th hasn’t been forseen. Any move but showing up is going to end far worse for you than you realise. On the good side you’re making s nice shield for your pedo master (he’s the one driving the bus about to run over you if you weren’t sure).

    • Actuallly, what John said about the Kimberlins makes psychological sense.

      I have no doubt from watching them in court that they both truly do feel aggrieved. He feels aggrieved by at least two things. First, most people who learn of his history want nothing to do with him. Second, he is demonstrably so incompetent at law that those who called him a pedophile won his defamation suit WITHOUT EVEN PRESENTING A DEFENSE. She feels aggrieved at being held accountable for her own gullibility in participating in his clever plan.

      • Brett has something to prove. Unfortunately he can’t prove it through a defense. He has to sue John. But it looks like he can no longer do so because of Res Judicata. So he tries this.

        As for Tetyana, all I will say is that battered spouse syndrome is real and it never has to involve physical battery. Mental and emotional does much the same thing and leaves longer-lasting scars and patterns. But it doesn’t excuse you from hurting others. Ever.

        • I’m in total agreement; battered spouse syndrome doesn’t give a battered spouse license to commit crimes. If we give battered spouses license to commit crimes we incentivize it and everyone will then claim battered spouse syndrome as some kind of defense.

  5. Just me, but I don’t think “he deserved it” is a very good defense.
    Especially when the “because” is “reminding the world I’m a convicted terrorist”

  6. Actually I don’t think the PedoBomber is being stupid, is trying to be sly and acting like a weasel thinking he can get away with it. Couple that his superiority complex, he thinks Sir John is too stupid to recognize this.

  7. LOL Thomas A Mix the #VeroBeachCrybully think he is suing for “stalking” rather than defamation. Which he has also failed in providing one scintilla of evidence! The part that is really pathetic is the amount of $$$$ he is spending to lose!

  8. Stolen tweets? This is just performance art, right.
    I mean, no one is really as stooopit as Shakes portrays.
    Except possibly anyone who has hired him.
    Anyone who has married him.
    Anyone planning on marrying him.
    Anyone who has trusted him.
    The Cure, Shakes.
    Take it!

  9. Hey, he was trying out the name “The Merry Widower” the very next day.

    And I wonder what happened to the urn? Did he ditch it like Boris and Jake?

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