Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


Today, we’ll look back six years to a TKPOTD that quoted one of Neal Rauhauser’s ideas about how to effectively conduct lawfare.

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[T]he potential for a pro se litigant to force them into expensive, long distance, lengthy, discovery laden litigation doesn’t seem to cross their minds. The reality of travel, or frightful expenses, or summary judgments needs to be made real. We probably need to make a very visible example of at least one of them before the rest understand.

—Neal Rauhauser

I wonder how the various members of Team Kimberlin feel that strategy is working for them.

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Back in 2013, they might have thought the still has a chance to come out ahead. Now, Bill Schmalfeldt has lost multiple state and federal LOLsuits, Brett Kimberlin has lost multiple state and federal LOLsuits and still owes sanctions and court costs, and Neal Rauhauser has seen a million-dollar-plus award evaporate and turn into a bill for the other party’s legal fees.

Nothing has proceeded as Rauhauser hallucinated, but he’s has made himself a very visible example of how not to succeed in a LOLsuit.

7 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. And doesn’t Neal Rauhauser still have a warrant out for his arrest? Brett owes sanctions and court costs. And Bill Schmalfeldt under investigation for disability fraud. Seems like a great bunch of guys…..

  2. I think the biggest obstacle to the whole plan was the phrase “long distance.”
    How many lawsuits have failed because the burden of distance generally falls on them doing the suing, not them being sued?

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