IIRC, Team Kimberlin got into the lawfare business as a result of Neal Rauhauser coming on board. Rauhauser espoused a theory that pro se litigants could bring LOLsuits at little or no real expense to themselves that would force defendants to either settle or defend themselves at great expense. He promoted such suits as a way to raise money, but as it became obvious that Team Kimberlin had engaged defendants who would fight back, Rauhauser tried to fade into obscurity. However, he would occasionally surface. After The Dread Deadbeat Pro-Se Kimberlin has his first three LOLsuits under way, Rauhauser let slip that he had a personal interest in them. I wrote about that in a post titled Rauhauser’s End Game? five years ago today.
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First Mate Neal Rauhauser ran a blog hosted by WordPress.com called Conspiracy Broker for a while (No, I won’t link to it.). He put what he called his last post for that blog up on 2 January. It contains this paragraph:So, he thinks he will benefit from The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin’s vexatious litigation, does he?
We shall see.
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In the end, lawfare has not turned out well for Neal Rauhauser. He’s wound up owing money rather than collecting it. That and his outstanding warrants keep him hiding.