Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


It was six years ago today that Brett Kimberlin tried to use his iPad to take a picture of Aaron Walker in the waiting area outside Judge Rupp’s courtroom in the Montgomery County Courthouse. Given the context of the of the statements The Dread Deadbeat Pro-Se Kimberlin had made, Aaron interpreted Kimberlin’s movements as threatening, and he acted to disarm Kimberlin by taking the large object Kimberlin was brandishing out of his hands.

Things went downhill from there, and TDPK built a false narrative around the event which resulted in a bogus peace order against Aaron, Aaron being arrested on a false charge related to that order, and six years of follow-on lawfare. Oh, and lots of adverse publicity for Brett Kimberlin.

BTW, taking a photograph in a Maryland courthouse without permission from a judge is against the law.

15 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. “BTW, taking a photograph in a Maryland courthouse without permission from a judge is against the law.”

    Which in Maryland… means absolutely nothing.

    Unpaid fines and fees… diddling with service… perjury…. etc.

    The law means nothing in that worthless state.

    And that state’s judiciary enables that sawed off midget’s lawfare…. and his fat chinless friend, too.

    The law grinds slow but fine? LOL! Hardly.

    In Maryland it moves in reverse.

    • That’s because the law requires the court liberally construe everything a Pro Se does or doesn’t do. Something, something-

      I’m sure the judges would slap down a real lawyer; just not those who ‘feel’ like a lawyer.

  2. taking a photograph in a Maryland courthouse without permission from a judge is against the law.

    Unrelated to Kimberlin’s case, this is another law which should be struck down. The First Circuit has ruled that it is completely legal, in fact it is a First Amendment right, to record public officials performing their public duties. What is a Judge and Court proceedings if not a public employee and a public proceeding? I can see exceptions for cases dealing with minors, but that should be the exception, not the rule.

    • There are more and broader situations that would support the rule, such as witness intimidation as well as protecting juror pools. In fact there are so many, that a broad rule may be the only solution.

      • Like bring your child to Court Day.
        (To push a false narrative.)

        Or give a completely strange, stranger a ride to Court Day.
        (That results in sagging springs on the right side of your Prius.)

  3. “BTW, taking a photograph in a Maryland courthouse without permission from a judge is against the law.”

    I hear Pedos don’t follow the law. Saw it on a cop show Eric was watching while we were sniffing canoe glue.

  4. If Brett was trying to hit Aaron with the Ipad held over his head, would that have hit Aaron in the lower stomach then?

    Could Brett hold an Ipad for long over his head with his child sized arms and hands?

    When he sits in the chairs at the courthouse, do his feet even come close to touching the group.

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