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Dread Deadbeat Pro-Se Kimberlin’s LOLsuits have been attempts to shut up his critics. Brett Kimberlin seems desperately to want to be a significant player at something. Having failed as a dope dealer and as a musician, he’s tired to find some significance as an activist, and the LOLsuit he filed against Mitch McConnell and Chuck Grassley four years ago was one of his more remarkable failures at activism. This I’m Not Making This Up, You Know post ran five four years ago today.
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Brett Kimberlin is suing Senators McConnell and Grassley because … oh, you have to read this to believe it—
And for bonus LULZ, the case has been assigned to Judge Hazel.
UPDATE—Note that Kimberlin is using the same address in this lawsuit that he has always used but where he could not be served with a summons in Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al.
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The court dismissed the case sua sponte without the defendants ever being served, and the Fourth Circuit rejected Kimberlin’s appeal.
BTW, paragraph 1 in that complaint contains a staggering admission against interest, not in that case, but in several other cases still in progress at the time. “Plaintiff’s work includes seeking redress in federal court court for violations of his civil and statutory rights.”
His rights, not the rights of others. And he claimed that was part of his job at a not-for-profit.
However, when a job description, corporate minutes, or other documentation of that claim was sought as part of discovery in another case, Kimberlin refused to provide it.