Breitbart Unmasked Bunny Billy Boy Brett Unread slowly spirals down the drain into complete irrelevance, here’s a look at one of Matt Osborne’s many feeble attempts to spread lies to support Brett Kimberlin’s false narratives. It was first published as a Bonus Prevarication Du Jour four years ago today.
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Here’s another whopper from Xenophon at Breitbart Unmasked (No, I won’t link to it).If The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin really has found a lawyer willing to represent him, that lawyer will be filing an appearance with the court, and that should appear on the docket. Soon. As of this evening, the online database for the Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. lawsuit still shows Brett Kimberlin as pro se, that is, representing himself without counsel.
I suspect that Xenophon is simply lying. The post containing that statement is dated 23 December. That’s the same day that Brett Kimberlin filed his latest round of motions in the lawsuit, and they were filed pro se rather than through counsel. I’ll believe that TDPK has found a lawyer willing to risk his law license by signing on to the claims in Kimberlin’s Amended Complaint when I see his appearance in the case docket or see him show up in court.
OTOH, Xenphon’s “sources” may have told him that TDPK has a competent lawyer. If that’s the case, it may be time for a med check.
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The Deadbeat Pro-Se Kimberlin and The Dreadful Pro-Se Schmalfeldt have never found lawyers willing to represent them in any of their losing LOLsuits. Indeed, the law firm dragooned into helping Schmalfeldt for free dismissed LOLsuit VII. But the victims of Team Kimberlin’s lawfare have had multiple lawyers (including several working pro bono) help them with their defenses.
A lawfare campaign like TDPK tried to execute will only work against a naive target who is unwilling to risk going to court, someone who will seek to settle. Most of the people and institutions Brett Kimberlin chose to attack were neither naive nor unwilling to defend their First Amendment rights. As an elderly knight said, “He chose … poorly,” and coming after me was his worst choice.