Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals has given The Dread Deadbeat Pro-Se Kimberlin until close of business next Tuesday to get the rest of the required pieces of his informal opening brief for his appeal of the Kimberlin v. Frey RICO Remnant LOLsuit. One of the things he owes the court is a certificate of confidentiality. Here’s how the court’s Local Rule 25(c) defines those certificates—

I’d better order some more popcorn.

12 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

    • The court will continue to instruct The Brettster on his shortcomings. Then, the court will allow some amount of time for the ‘poor pro se’ to correct his work.

      I’m surprised the judiciary isn’t more covetous of their guild. The judges allow amateurs to flout conventions and procedure without exacting any penalties. Hell, I wouldn’t join the club (the bar) either; too much work and no demonstrable advantage for your run of the mill SJW gadfly.

      Passing the bar exam means you get to ‘practice law’ which means you can sell your services commercially. But if you don’t want to go commercial then the sky’s the limit. Why El Kimbo and Fat Bastardston Schmalfeldt aren’t suing Trump (personally) weekly instead of the nobody lickspittles they pursue is beyond me. The courts will indulge them; there’s one in Hawaii which comes to mind. Fame accrues. Donations would roll in. Rinse, repeat. And upon defeat, alway always appeal.

    • From what I’ve seen, the appeal court does have much higher standards. They’re almost were I’d expect the lower courts to be but I clearly have unrealistic expectations.

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