Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

The unsworn statements of a convicted perjurer don’t seem to count for much with some judges. These are from yesterday’s Memorandum Order that ended The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin’s RICO Retread LOLsuit with summary judgment in Patrick Frey’s favor.

Kimberlin states that he was interviewed twice by FBI agents with respect to the swattings, once on or about July 1, 2012 and again in 2016. The FBI agents told him that Frey accused him of involvement in the crime. Kimberlin also states that his wife was interviewed by agents on or about August 20, 2013. These statements are included in Plaintiff’s Motion for Summary Judgment but Plaintiff does not submit a sworn affidavit regarding these claims and provides no additional evidence to support these statements.

Memorandum Order at 10, citations omitted.

Because the Court holds that Kimberlin has failed to establish his prima facie case …

Memorandum Order, n. 20.

TDPK managed to win his first shutuppery lawsuit against Seth Allen, but ever since he made the mistake of going after Aaron Walker, he’s lost the bulk of the civil action he’s filed: both 2012 peace orders against Aaron Walker; the peace order against John Norton; the Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. nuisance suit; the Kimberlin v. National Bloggers Club, et al. (I) RICO Madness/Kimberln v. Frey RICO Remnant LOLsuit; the 2015 peace order against me; the Kimberlin v. Hunton & Williams LLP, et al. (I) RICO 2: Electric Boogaloo LOLsuit; the Kimberlin v. National Bloggers Club, et al. (II) RICO Retread LOLsuit; and the Kimberlin v. Hunton & William LLP, et al. (II) RICO 2 Retread LOLsuit. He settled with Kimberlin Unmasked, but he wound up effectively losing to a cockroach. His RICO 3 LOLsuit was filed 9 months ago, and the court still hasn’t issued any summonses.

TDPK may want to reevaluate the usefulness of “lawsuits for the rest of their lives.”

47 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. And fpr anyone tempted to think this is just a bunch of people sceaming at each other on the internet…

    The First Amendment protects us against the state, but it also protects us from those who would use the state as a tool to silence their neighbors. The actions of Brett Kimberlin and Bill Schmalfeldt are wrong.

  2. It brings me joy to know that Brett Kimberlin has failed at virtually every legal action he has undertaken since his case against Seth. It’s clear that Judges, court staff and opposing parties have finally figured out how Kimberlin operates. The next time Kimberlin attempts to railroad new victims with his vexatious lawsuits there will be enough information & data to effectively battle him in court. Most Judges, attorneys and average honest citizens just can’t understand someone like Brett Kimberlin and the tricks he plays in the Courts. A big thanks goes to Aaron, Pat, Mr Hoge & their pro bono attorneys.

  3. The only reason he obtained a 100 dollar verdict against Seth Allen, is that Allen had been in default. Seth Allen claims he was never properly served. That’s very possibly true, using highsight as a guide. Knowing after long years the many games Kimberlin plays with service, which include misdirecting mail, altering proof of service documents and forging summonses, I give credence to the idea that Kimberlin might have deliberately misdirected documents and forged a green card indicating service,

    Seth Allen was wrote carefully from the public record about Kimberlin, and told the truth and properly warned people who might be taken in by him. The eleventh hour nature of his need for help and his being a stranger to those he turned and the early unfamiliarity with Kimberlin’s dishonest court maneuvers put him at disadvantage, though damages awarded Kimberlin were minimal, the default was not overturned.

    I don’t think Kimberlin could get away with that again.

    • I don’t think any of those who have assembled against Brett Kimberlin’s legal shenanigans will let that ever happen again to someone unawares. They will find that they have an army at their back in an instant. And that is a good thing.

    • No wonder anyway that Kimberlin tried to argue that if you are a DA and have your complaints taken seriously enough to be considered for investigation, even if ultimately you don’t get the help you need, is robbing Kimberlin of a more predictable right to cheat he enjoys against some unconnected victims.

    • Also if I’m not mistaken (it’s been a long time) Brett testified repeatedly in that case that Seth Allen had called him a pedophile, which Allen had not.

  4. if part of that strategy is to use the courts to control the resulting PR fallout from “lawsuits for the rest of their lives”, he’s underestimated the power of the First Amendment. Oops.

  5. I received an email from Schmalfeldt this morning threatening to dox me for a post I made back in 2014. That post showed a tombstone with Julia Scyphers name on it, and underneath the inscription “There is no statute of limitations for murder.” A skeletal hand protrudes through the turf with the saying “Julia Scyphers reaches out from the grave.” I mention that Brett Kimberlin is still the chief suspect in that murder, and give a link to prove it. Then I ask the reader or anyone out there who knows the murderer’s identity to supply that information to the police.

    So now I am on fat boy’s radar.

      • Well I vote we send Willy a thank you for bringing up a reminder of something that I suspect Kimberlin would like forgotten.

        • Kimberlin is a suspect in that murder, though the suspected actual shooter is another person. Who incidentally is still alive and very findable.

      • Let’s take stock…
        Bill says he doesn’t talk to the Tiny Pedo
        Bill says they are not really friends
        Bill told people if they stopped talking about the Tiny Pedo he wouldn’t have to be “investigating” them. (In Bill’s world, investigation means doxxing, contacting employers trying to get people fired, harassing families, posting the address and a video of someones house who just had his wife threatened with rape, etc, etc, etc)

        So why would Bill go to all that trouble for someone who he doesn’t talk to and isn’t friends with? Hmmmmm…..

    • Hmmm, does Cabin Boy really want us to reexamine the topic of the murder of Scyphers? We can oblige him if he wishes to do so. He might want to consult w/ his excellent friend, tho.
      Wheels of the bus, and all…

    • Wow, what a nice way to resurrect that cold case.

      Here’s a short history
      1. Kimberlin grooms underage granddaughter of Julia Scyphers
      2. Julia Scyphers murdered. Fred Scyphers is eyewitness of William Bowman murdering his wife. Fred Scyphers dies of cancer so the murder became a cold case.
      3. Brett Kimberlin in prison convicted for another crime states (by accident?) to his authorized biographer, Mark Singer, that the murder weapon (which was a Colt AR-15) used to kill Julia Scyphers was buried in the Crosby’s backyard. Mark Singer does his research and finds that this fact has NEVER ever been mentioned in any newspaper and never released by the police department.

      I think a message to Joe Gelarden needs to be made to see if he’s ever written about this since he covered the murders / Speedway bombings for the Indy Star. He may be working for the Boothbay Register?

      • So I Google “Julia Scyphers – Images” with the intention of posting a picture here with the legend “Do you mean this Julia Scyphers?”, just to see what would happen. What I found was, first, that the first picture was not of her but of him.

        Second, and eerily, farther down the list is a picture of him wearing what appears to be a trophy from a different murder.

    • That would make three murders and/or presumed murders in which he is implicated. Always of persons who could, potentially, testify against him with devastating effect.

    • Well, I looked at the email associated with my nom d’ web here and was disappointed because he isn’t doxxing me. Guess I am not worthy of his radar.

      • That reminds me, my conspiracy paycheck is a bit late this month. I tell ya, discipline is just getting too lax in this organization.

          • That’s exactly what I did. Works as advertised and so I heartily recommend direct deposit. Ditto for conspiracy dividend checks, paid quarterly, to those Lickspittles who aren’t classified full-time.

            Like the man says: Talk to Roy.

            More Administrivia:

            The Council HAS decided that Bill’s latest blog, proseaway, DOES constitute re-branding. Office Pool division forthcoming in the August check(s). The delay was caused by us having to consider that he hadn’t cut away his twitter account like usual. Kinda’ threw us… But it’s all good (and properly adjudicated) now.

            If you haven’t completed them already, please complete your Sexual Harassment Training, Insider Trading Training and Corporate Ethics Training. All courses are online; don’t make me call you out by name. Yes yes yes I KNOW this is a lot of training but the summer months are our slowest. Court activity picks up shortly so get it all done now.

            Speaking of summer, all vacation plans are in right? Holiday schedule to be posted shortly. We anticipate taking the last 3 weeks in December off AND the first week in January. Will nail this down in September.

            No word, yet, on Kimberfest ’17. We’re watching court dates. Will get word to you asap.

            Yes, we like the idea of creating ‘Pro Se’ t-shirts but want to solicit ideas for clever concepts/verbiage. What say you?

            Q3 Forecasts are due COB 11 August. “More LULZ!’ does not constitute an appropriate amount of detail. Stop it.

            Kyle has the Time Machine.

            I think that covers everything. Thanks for your consideration of all the aforementioned.

            Management sends.

          • Oh yea, summer holidays – and I suppose I have to do all the work again this year? Just because it’s winter here doesn’t mean I’ve got more time on my hands you know.

    • I talked it out with Bill Schmalfeldt. I thought he was angry about my Scyphers rises-from-the grave graphic because it names BK as a suspect in her murder. That was not the case, however. It turns out he thought I was the commenter named Tao who uses that graphic as his gravatar. Bill traced the gravatar to my blogpost and wrongly concluded that I must be Tao, because we both used that same graphic. Tao’s comments really annoy Bill, and he was hoping to add Tao to his lawsuit.

      I assured Bill, truthfully, that I am not Tao and rarely comment about Bill, and generally just to advise Bill to get out of this litigation business and enjoy a more peaceful and productive life. He accepted my assurances and we completed our conversation on a cordial note.

      • I’m glad to hear you’ve reasoned him out of his faildox of you, but I wouldn’t trust anything he’s said to you. He’s not a man of his word. He’ll go after you again, with a vengeance, if he stumbles across another reason to do so.
        When I created this moniker, it was w/ Bill in mind. He will not stop this behavior “’til he croaks”.
        It’s his raison d’etre. He menaces, harasses, and generally makes a nuisance of himself because otherwise he might have to contemplate what a miserable excuse for a human being he is. It’s the only thing that quiets the demons in his head. He will behave in this disgusting manner until he dies.
        Document and save all personal contact.

    • Oh I see. I thought it was “prose away,” a cutely self-aware and self-deprecating acknowledgement at his total inability to write competent English prose.

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