Let’s take another opportunity to engage in pointage, laughery, and mockification at The
Dread Deadbeat Pro-Se Kimberlin’s informal opening brief for the Kimberlin v. Frey RICO Remnant LOLsuit appeal.
This whacked out bit of nonsense is from p. 4—
Discovery commenced and, over Appellant’s objection, Judge Hazel issued a protective order covering all discovery in the case. Appellant filed a Writ of Mandamus with this Court arguing that the protective order violated the First Amendment. In re Kimberlin, 16-1670. This Court denied the writ on the ground that Judge Hazel had other remedies available to him to unseal the documents.
Punctuation errors in the original.
<plm>The last sentence of that paragraph is false. Here’s what the Fourth Circuit’s order actually said—
The party seeking issuance of the writ must have no other adequate means to obtain relief, and he bears the burden of showing that his right to the writ is clear and indisputable. … We have reviewed the petition and conclude that Kimberlin fails to make this showing.
So it wasn’t Judge Hazel who had other remedies available—indeed, the judge wasn’t the one who wanted a remedy—it was Kimberlin who had other remedies potentially available, and it was Kimberlin who failed (there’s that word again) to show that he had exhausted those remedies. That was the Fourth Circuit’s ground for denying the writ of mandamus.
You’d think that TDPK would realize that the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals probably keeps copies of the orders it issues and that one of the judge’s clerks would check to see what was in their earlier order. Perhaps he has become so disconnected from Reality that he believes his own lies.</plm>
Lying liars gotta lie.