Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

For all the whining that Team Kimberlin does about false narratives, you’d think they’d do a better job of spinning their tales. However, their such bad liars that catching them is usually trivially easy. The TKPODT from four years ago shows one example.

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Here’s part of the story The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin tried to spin for the court when he got caught forging a summons in the Kimberlin v. The Universe, et al. RICO Madness.ECF 102-3The sharp-eyed Gentle Reader should note two things in that clipping. First, TDPK claims that the Clerk sent him 21 summonses. Second, the clipping wraps between two pages of the docket entry, so the Electronic Comment Filing System tag is visible. Notice that is shows the number of pages in the docket item.

Here’s the ECF tag for the docket item posted by the Clerk that shows all of the summonses issued.ECF 4

Each summons is one page long. Therefore, the number of summonses issued was …?

Let’s not always see the same hands.

That’s right! 18.

BTW, an earlier docket item shows the proposed summonses that TDPK sent to the court. There are 19 of them. Can you guess which one the Clerk didn’t issue?

That’s right, the one for Twitchy. Perhaps because Twitchy was not listed in the caption of the lawsuit as a defendant.

Still, with only 19 proposed summonses submitted, where does TDPK come up with the expectation of 21. Well, he did leave a couple of defendants listed in the caption off of his list of summonsees: Kimberlin Unmasked and Mandy Nagy.


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Math is hard. So is the Truth.

4 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

    • So-o-o-o-o, this is further proof that The Cabin Boy has something less than a half functioning medulla oblongata??? Asking for a friend.

  1. Yet the Maryland Court allowed the forged summons to stand and Twitchy had to spend a lot of money to defend a case it hadn’t even been properly named in.

    • >sigh< What can I say? "Maryland." I much prefer states with real legal systems and judges.

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