The TKPOTD for five years ago today provided a review as of that date of Brett Kimberlin’s attempt to use lawfare to silence this blog (and others that were writing truthfully about him).
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Brett Kimberlin has spent the past few years trying to engage in brass knuckles reputation management. He’s used the members of Team Kimberlin to try to spin his false narratives in a way that the public would buy. However, PR flacks like the Cabin Boy™ and websites like Bunny Boy Unread have been more effective in focusing attention on The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin’s multiple failures at lawfare than promoting a positive image for TDPK.
Thus, far I’ve been successful (with the help of friends, codefendants, and pro bono counsel) at beating back all of Kimberlin’s lawfare attacks against me. The false harassment charge he filed in 2013 was nolle prossed and expunged so quickly that I was never served. His Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. nuisance lawsuit never made it to a jury. The Kimberlin v. The Universe, et al. RICO Madness never made it past the motions to dismiss, and the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals shut down TDPK’s appeal of that dismissal on the morning of the first day after the last informal briefs were due. The bogus peace order he filed against me was denied. The appeal of that denial was thrown out, and so was the follow on false criminal charge of online harassment of a minor. He still has two lawsuits and an appeal pending against me, and all seem to be headed down the tubes. Indeed, it now seems proper to refer to them as LOLsuits.
Which brings me to a new term I’ve coined to describe how to publicly deal with Team Kimberlin’s legal shenanigans—
I intend to keep talking and writing about the serious damage Team Kimberlin has inflicted on so many people, and I will treat that seriously. Murum aries attigit.
However, I intend to subject Team Kimberlin to derisive laughter at every opportunity. Asinīs dērīdeō sed eis non miserēbor.
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I’m not done with him yet.