Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

What kind of person builds time bombs and sets them in public places?

I believe that cowardice would be one of such a person’s defining characteristics.

What kind of person files multiple privileged court documents filled with defamatory lies but will never say the same things in a non-privileged forum?

Again, cowardice is probably part of the person’s character.

This post from four years ago today is about such a person.

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On Wednesday, several items appeared on the case docket that had been filed by Brett and Tetyana Kimberlin. Yesterday, I obtained copies from the Clerk of the Court. (The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin hasn’t served me with copies yet.) Last night, I reviewed their filings, and this morning, I filed a motion to strike one of them which I believes contains improper, immaterial, and scandalous material in its title in violation of Md. Rule 2-322(e).

Here is the Kimberlin filing with the title redacted.

Here is my motion to strike.

My motions speaks for itself, so I do not intend to make any further public comment on either motion until the court has ruled on them.

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While the court did not strike the Kimberlins’ motion, it did order the caption redacted in the Maryland Case Search Database.

2 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. What is it with Democrats embracing domestic terrorists like Kimberlin and Ayers?
    Oh yeah, the end always justifies the means to them, per Alinsky.
    Comrades of a feather stick together.

  2. I’m not certain I would take random public bombing as proof of cowardice. There is a certain appeal to certain sociopaths in causing mayhem and terror through killing and/or maiming random strangers anonymously that doesn’t require being personally identified as the culprit. Further, anonymity increases the chances of being free to continue their reign of terror.

    In my mind, that’s actually worse than cowardice.

    On the other hand, saying clearly defamatory things in a privileged context where one can not be called to account and required to stand up for their words… yeah, that’s pretty much a textbook definition of cowardice. I am reminded of Harry Reid saying on the Senate floor that Mitt Romney boasted of having not paid taxes for years, knowing that he could not be called upon to “put up or shut up.” At least in your case, there was an avenue where you could seek recourse.

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