Normally, it’s a defendant who seeks to have a court record sealed, but someone else filed a petition to seal the case file in State v. Hoge, the case resulting from an Application for Statement of Charges filed against me for allegedly engaging in online harassment of a a minor. Because the State dropped the case for lack of evidence, I never sought to have the record sealed. The TKPOTD for four years ago today was about who did.
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I received service of the following order from the District Court of Maryland is yesterday’s mail.
I was never served by the petitioner who, on the face of the document, appears to be Tetyana Kimberlin. It was fortunate that Judge Wolfe denied the petition. I assume that the petition was filed in order make it more difficult to use the District Court’s records in support of my malicious prosecution claims in the Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit.
The document represents itself as being filed by Tetyana Kimberlin. I find it interesting that the notice of service information for the State’s Attorney (which is handwritten in the wrong spaces) is in Brett Kimberlin’s handwriting. Also, the following items are interesting to compare—
This is Tetyana Kimberlin’s signature from the Protective Order Petition she filed seeking protection from her husband on 7 July, 2013.This is her signature on the Application for Statement of Charges she filed against me on 18 May, 2015.Here is the signature on the Motion to Seal.Hmmmmm.
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BTW, Brett Kimberlin is still on unsupervised parole until 2030 for his multiple convictions related to dope smuggling and the Speedway bombings. IIRC, his arrest that led to those convictions occurred when he was caught trying to forge government documents (DoD driver’s licenses).