Dread Deadbeat Pro-Se Kimberlin was first threatening Patrick Frey (Patterico) with a LOLsuit he claimed that he had filed “over a hundred” lawsuits and that one more wouldn’t be any sweat for him. Brett Kimberlin then spent the next few years filing and losing multiple legal actions, including several against his wife. The TKPOTD from six years ago today dealt with one of TDPK’s more inept attempts at litigation.
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During the Kimberlin v. Kimberlin hearing earlier this month, Brett Kimberlin seemed to be having a great deal of difficulty sticking to the actual issues before the court. Although I have no first hand knowledge of his relationship with his wife outside of a courthouse, he called me as a witness on his behalf. (Mind boggling, isn’t it.) After about five minutes of his unsuccessfully trying to get me to say … I’m not sure what he was trying to get me to say … trying extract something from me, the judge intervened.
Judge Burrell: Have you seen any first hand information concerning the interaction between Mrs. Kimberlin and her children or Mr. Kimberlin and his children?
Mr. Hoge: I have no, I have no first hand testimony that I can offer, Your Honor.
Judge Burrell: OK, that’s all [inaudible] your testimony.
Mr. Kimberlin (interrupting): [inaudible]
Judge Burrell: Do you have any questions?
Ms. Barnes: No, Your Honor.
Judge Burrell: OK, you can step down.
Mr. Hoge: Thank you, Your Honor.
Mr. Kimberlin: Ah, Judge, I’d, I’d.
Judge Burrell: We’re not in here to settle the argument between you and Mr. Hoge. That’s not what we’re here for. Do you have any other witnesses?
Acme Law at its finest.
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To the extent that the “argument” between us has been settled, it hasn’t been in TDPK’s favor.