There’s a wildly inaccurate post over at
Breitbart Unmasked Bunny Billy Boy Unread about the progress in Aaron Walker’s appeal of his cases against the State of Maryland and the Kimberlins. (No, I won’t link to it.) One of the bigger whoppers deals with the story behind an order denying on of one of Aaron’s motions.
Here’s what really happened—
Before the case went to trial in the Circuit Court, the Kimberlins filed material in publicly accessible documents that contained false and harassing information about Aaron’s wife. The material was also immaterial to the case. Judge Mason sealed the documents. Last April, the Kimberlins served a copy of a motion on Aaron which contained some of the same material. Because that was an improper breach of the seal ordered by Judge Mason, Aaron filed a motion to seal the Kimberlins’ improper motion breaching the lower court’s seal. (Note: I was considering posting a copy of what they served on Aaron, but I couldn’t complete the redactions in time for this scheduled blog post.)
However, in a reversal of their usual failures related to serve of court papers, the Kimberlins neglected to file the motion they had served on Aaron with the Court of Special Appeals. As can seen in the footnote in the order posted at
Breitbart Unmasked Bunny Billy Boy Unread, the court found it had nothing to seal which is why it denied Aaron’s motion. That’s not a beatdown for Aaron or a victory for The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin. It’s a huge screw up on TDPK’s part.