Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


While we’re on the subject of lies, here’s an example of one The Dread Deadbeat Pro-Se Kimberlin has kept trying to recycle: That he has been the victim of stalking rather than a stalker himself. That patently silly claim was the subject of the TKPOTD from four years ago today.

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Here’s another extract from paragraph 249 of The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin’s Second Amended Complaint in the Kimberlin v. The Universe, et al. RICO Madness. ECF 100-1-249a

<sarc>For example, the four of us were lurking about 172 Fleet Street on the evening of 14 March, 2013, while TDPK was going about his business on the sidewalk across the street.brettatblogbashWe were clearly harassing him by participating in BlogBash 2013 when TDPK had made it abundantly clear to the venue that if we did so, he would be forced to arrange a protest demonstration.</sarc>

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The use of lawfare to suppress truthful speech is sometimes referred to as the Streisand Effect. Perhaps the continued use of such lawfare even after multiple failures should be called the Kimberlin Effect.

7 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. I dunno. Every time I see the picture w/the individual in the scarf, I think it’s a woman. And a slight, small-framed woman, too. Tiny. Petite. Diminutive. Under-grown. No manly muscles. Pretty sure it’s a girl. Not a very strong girl, at that.

    Besides, what kind of an idiot would advertise that he’d protest an event, and then show up wearing a woman’s scarf?

  2. Just to correct a bit…

    The Streisand Effect is more normally considered to be when an attempt at suppression/censorship of information instead results in it’s wide dissemination.

    Lawfare is often involved, but is not required, and other forms of attempted censorship can trigger it as well.

    And the effect is really more about the effects/response to the censorship attempt than it is about the actual censorship attempts themselves.

    (Source: Long time reader/fan of Mike Masnick, of http://www.techdirt.com, who originally coined the term.)

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