Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

The Gentle Reader who has followed a good bit of The Saga of The Dread Deadbeat Pro-Se Kimberlin probably isn’t surprised to find that Kimberlin has not been cooperative with the discovery process during his LOLsuits. The TKPOTD from four years ago today, lays out an example.

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The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin seems to believe that he’s a super special snowflake who shouldn’t have to answer those pesky and impertinent discovery interrogatories I’ve sent his way as part of discovery in the Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. nuisance lawsuit. This is from his motion for a protective order to allow him to dodge answering.InterogPara86Here’s paragraph 86—BK v AW FAC-86

Now, let me get this straight. TDPK is suing me for a million bucks, and information that would tend to either verify or refute his allegations is irrelevant to the case.

Uh, huh.

Stock market tip: Conagra owns the Orville Redenbacher’s brand.

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I could be that TDPK thought that a truthful answer to that discovery question was too harmful to his case, so he tried to blow it off. Or it could be that he really didn’t understand how to logically present his claims—after all, it was thrown out by the judge during the trial because he didn’t present a prima facie case. But I’ll think I’ll go with the Power of And in this instance.

1 thought on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. A little O/T, but does serve as an example of an easily disproved TK lie. I’m copy pasta-ing this everywhere. Enjoy!

    I’m gonna try this one more time.

    The surgeon, when trying to locate the correct spot for lead placement, is NOT listening for “misfiring neurons”. He is listening for the sound of the subthalamic nucleus, which is different than the surrounding tissue.

    Here’s what every source has to say on the matter:

    “Different areas in the brain have characteristic firing patterns, which means they sound differently when we listen to them.”

    Note that he says nothing about being able to distinguish between the sound of Parkinsonian “misfirng” neurons and the sound of healthy neurons.

    That’s because he can’t. Nobody can. Your STN sounds pretty much like mine. Which is unfortunate, because if Bill’s fabrication were true it would represent a definitive test to diagnose PD, other than autopsy.

    And that’s what makes this such a weak, easily debunked lie. You don’t even need to drill into the brain to record the different patterns for different locations. If we could distinguish normal from “misfiring” neurons a lot of troublesome diagnosis problems could be solved with a test like a fancy EEG.

    But the problems persist.

    Cause Bill is a liar.

    A clumsy liar.

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