One of the more amusing aspects of my experiences with Brett Kimberlin in court has been when he had called me to the stand as a witness on his behalf. It’s been somewhat entertaining to watch his frustration as he tries to present his case and fails because he can’t figure out how to properly structure his argument or how to get the documents or testimony received in to evidence. This Legal LULZ Du Jour from a couple of years ago today showcased one such failure.
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Here’s a snippet from The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin’s cross examination of me in the Walker v. Kimberlin, et al. trial that shows the difficulty he has in presenting a coherent case.
MR. KIMBERLIN: I’m going to show you Exhibit 31.
MR. HOGE: Oh, yeah. These are the forged comments that you, ah, tried to introduce in the, ah, peace order hearing back in March, of, ah, 2015.
MR. KIMBERLIN: Do you recognize that [unintelligible]?
THE COURT: He says that they’re forged, so he cannot authenticate them.
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Prose Tip: Someone you’ve sued four times (with several appeals still pending) and filed false criminal charges against is likely to be a hostile witness.