Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

The Dread Deadbeat Pro-Se Kimberlin lost all of the LOLsuits he’s filed since the beginning of 2012 for three reason. First, the facts were against him. Second, the law was against him. Third, his disregard for the Rules of Civil Proceedure doomed many of his filings. The TKPOTD from four years ago today dealt with a filing in the RICO Madness LOLsuit that hit that trifecta.

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Both of The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin’s vexatious lawsuits in which I am a defendant are grinding their ways through the state and federal courts. Given the frivolous nature of TDPK’s complaints, I have optimistic expectations concerning the final results of the suits. There have been several recent developments that lead me to believe that Brett Kimberlin is becoming desperate. Indeed, it seems that panic has driven him to turn the stupid knob up to <del>11</del> 12.

All is proceeding as I have foreseen—and I hope to be able to share the details of some of TDPK’s latest mistakes before long.

Stay tuned.

UPDATE—As I’ve noted above, good legal strategy prevents me from publishing everything I know about. However, I’ve been given clearance to share this example of TDPK’s going full-Acme.

IANAL, I’m an engineer. I’m not sure how lawyers would describe that proposed motion, but we engineers would categorize it as bullshit.

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The facts were against him. He really did alter the evidence presented in the Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. LOLsuit.

The law was against him. Michael Smith, representing Michelle Malkin and Twitchy, was not out of line providing the federal court with evidence of TDPK’s altering of documents in the state case. His motion related a forged summons in the federal case.

And TDPK blew his motion by failing to follow the timing required by Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 11. The rule requires that the target of the motion be served a copy 21 days before it is filed with the court in order allow him to correct his error. The Malkin motion that Kimberlin was bitching about was filed on 28 April. Kimberlin filed his sanctions motion on 7 May and claimed that was when he had served Michael Smith. Only 9 days had elapsed.

He definitely got in over his head.

6 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. No sanctions against El Kimbo. Therefore, “No harm no foul.” He lives to sue, yet, another day.


    • And another thing-

      Don’t try this kinda’ BS in Traffic Court. ‘The State/City/Municipality’ will hand you your head without blinking.

      Oh. But there’s money involved at Traffic Court. The Leviathan will not be trifled with. Civil Court, OTOH, is merely time and money that’s not theirs. Your’s.

      Now run along and vote properly for those who are your betters.

  2. Let’s not overlook The Diddler’s difficulties in remembering who the Plaintiff was and who the Defendants were. Schmalfeldtian levels of derpitude.

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