Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

The Dread Deadbeat Pro-Se Kimberlin has been desperate to get all truthful coverage of his lawfare off of the Internet. The TKPOTD from four years ago today deals with one of his over-the-top claims made in a motion for a preliminary injunction he filed in the RICO Madness LOLsuit.

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The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin has filed for a preliminary injunction in his vexatious Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. lawsuit now slogging its way through the Circuit Court for Montgomery County, Maryland. He wants the court to order my codefendants (Aaron Walker, Stacy McCain, Ali Akbar, and Kimberlin Unmasked) and me to take down every post we’ve published since 7 July, 2013, that mentions him. We have, of course, filed oppositions to his motion, and TDPK his replied to our oppositions. This is from that reply.
BKvAW2013Reply2PIOpp-4Where to begin? I might as well just take it from the top …

Brett Kimberlin was convicted of crimes over 35 years ago. He was convicted of one crime, perjury, over 40 years ago. He appears to still be telling provable lies, so it doesn’t seem as if he’s reformed from that behavior. A more recent conviction was for possession of marijuana with intent to distribute. While there’s no proof that he was connected to globalpharma dot org, it’s an interesting coincidence that it was hosted on the same server as many Kimberlin-related sites.

And then there’re the convictions associated with the Speedway Bombing trials. They include a conviction for forging documents. He’s admitted to forging a summons in his RICO lawsuit, so, once again, one might wonder if he’s reformed.

Hogewash! got involved with coverage of Brett Kimberlin because of his ongoing anti-First-Amendment thuggery. Any incidental discussion of his criminal past has been to provide context concerning his character.

His attempt at comparing public discussion of his activities with the persecutions of … I have some elderly Jewish friends with numbers tattooed on their arms who would shake their heads in disbelief if they heard such a claim. At least, the more mild mannered ones would.

Let me be very specific: I believe that Brett Kimberlin has the right to live in peace. But in order to do so, he will need to live a peaceable life himself. Shutupery via lawfare isn’t peaceful.

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TDPK has lost every LOLsuit he’s filed since the beginning of 2012, but there are still some open issues related to his lawfare. I’m not done with him yet.

6 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

    • I’m sympathetic to the idea that people should be able to move on from their crimes. But part of the reform process has to be that you be honest with yourself about what you’ve done, and that you’ve permanently damaged your reputation. Claiming that no one is allowed to talk truthfully about you, and launching vexatious and malicious lawsuits shows that he’s not reformed – just being smarter (well, different anyway) about his wrongdoing.

  1. Reputation? He has a reputation all right. A bad one. While I can’t say it never good, it is perfectly legal for any and every American to point that out!

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