Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

One of the consistent themes put forward by Team Kimberlin is that they are the victims of false narratives and that their defeats in court have been the result of unfair treatment by judges or cheating by the opposing parties. The Legal LULZ Du Jour from three years ago dealt with one example of such a silly claim. Note: The “Lynn” referred to in the first tweet is a woman who wound up getting a restraining order against Bill Schmalfeldt.

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Thus tweeteth the Cabin Boy™—dbr201512111512Zdbr201512111514ZLet’s see … the last time the Cabin Boy™ sued me … oh, yeah, that was the LOLsuit in the Circuit Court for Howard County. Now, how did that go?

Yeah, I remember now. Judge Kramer dismissed the suit against the out-of-state defendants because The Dreadful Pro-Se Schmalfeldt had failed to serve them, and she dismissed the case against me because I was being sued in the wrong county. Now, I’m pretty sure that I told the judge that I lived in Carroll County and didn’t work in Howard County, and I didn’t lie about that.

Hmmmm.dbr201512111516ZIt must be some technicality under Acme Law that makes living outside of Howard County a form of cheating. Still, I don’t remember any sense of humiliation as a result of winning.

Perhaps I’m not the one with a progressive brain disorder.



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The Truth is not Team Kimberlin’s friend.

Oh, and the Cabin Boy™ sued me once more. I was a defendant in LOLsuit VIII: Avoiding Contact. That case was dismissed against me because of the court’s lack of personal jurisdiction, i.e., Schmalfeldt sued me in the wrong court. Again.

Come to think of it, the state law claims that The Dread Deadbeat Pro-Se Kimberlin tried to bring against me in the RICO Madness and RICO 2: Electric Boogaloo LOLsuits were also dismissed because the U. S. District Court lacked jurisdiction. The RICO Retread LOLsuit could have been dismissed in state court for improper venue, but the judge dismissed it for failure to state a claim in order for the dismissal to be with prejudice.

Incompetent cases filed in the wrong courts. It’s almost as if there’s a pattern here.

5 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. Ah, the days when he was so, so sure that Lynn was Krendler, and not Grady as he’s assured everyone countless times.

    Always certain, never correct.

  2. Yeah, they could file competent paper in the correct venue…but that “failure to state a claim for which relief may be granted” finding stings worse than the “mere technicalities” of jurisdiction and venue.

  3. He said “showing up, telling the truth and pointing out that the opponent is a lying sack of shit works pretty well. I can’t disagree. It’s how he wound up with approximately a dozen restraining orders issued against him.

    On the other hand, his own strategy of hiding under the porch and lying on Twitter hasn’t done much for him.

    Imagine that.

  4. My grandfather said two things that fit here. First is that “experience is recognizing a mistake the third time you make it. Then figuring how not to that that again.” He also said, “Making the same mistake 100 times is hardly worth calling experience.”

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