In the false Applications for Statement of Charges that The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin filed against Aaron Walker and me in 2013, he stated that Tetyana Kimberlin has “a long history of mental illness,” and it appears from the transcript of one of the bench conferences during the the 2014 Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. trial that he intended to have Tetyana’s daughter testify to her mother’s alleged mental problems.
THE COURT: … but you’ve got to understand something, you are the party in this case, not your daughter. She’s not a party here.
MR. KIMBERLIN: I understand, but I need to put on, I need tho put this information on and I ask you to let me put this information on. She was listed as a witness.
THE COURT: The problem is what did she witness?
MR. KIMBERLIN: Well she witnessed the bipolar and present activity of my wife.
THE COURT: A 15-year old is not competent to testify about any bipolar —
MR. KIMBERLIN: Well she can testify —
THE COURT: That’s subject to an expert witness.
Kimberlin v. Walker, et al., Case No. 380966V, Transcript (Md. Cir.Ct Mont. Co. Aug. 12, 2104) at 48.
Of course, he wasn’t able to get away with that sort of claim when he and his wife were codefendants in the Walker v. Kimberlin, et al. trial.
MR. KIMBERLIN: Oh, the July 30th charges against you? I don’t believe that made any false statements. You know, in retrospect, I regret using the term mental illness. I’m not a doctor.
MR. WALKER: With regards to who, sir?
MR. KIMBERLIN: I’m not a doctor.
MR. WALKER: With regards to who? Who were you calling mentally ill?
MR. KIMBERLIN: My wife.
Walker v. Kimberlin, et al., Case No. 398855V, Transcript (Md. Cir.Ct. Mont. Co. Oct. 13, 2016) at 78.