Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

The TKPOTD from five years ago today examined one of the claims Brett Kimberlin made in his second federal RICO LOLsuit against me.

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Here’s an interesting bit of information from The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin’s opposition to the motions to dismiss his Kimberlin v. Team Themis, et al. RICO 2: Electric Boogaloo LOLsuit.ECF 74-p21A loss in his earnings? Hmmmmm. That loss must have been relatively recent. The IRS Form 990s for Justice Through Music show him making $19,500 a year in 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2013. (2014’s form doesn’t appear to have been filed yet.) Of course, TDPK’s claim about lost earnings will be easily checked if the suit gets into discovery.

Stay tuned.

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Indeed, Kimberlin was lying. The Justice Through Music Project Form 990s through 2018 all show his compensation as $19,500 per year.

They also show an interesting trend in the not-for-profit’s income.

2013 $380,287
2014 $595,230
2015 $373,508
2016 $618,790
2017 $394,740
2018 $561,794

Of course, it could be purely coincidental that JTMP’s income spiked upward during election years. After all, as a 501(c)(3) entity, it isn’t supposed to engage in partisan political activity, and Kimberlin created the now defunct Velvet Revolution US as a 501(c)(4) which could engage in political advocacy.

Meanwhile, all to the Kimberlin-related websites, including jtmp dot org as of the time this post is being drafted, hosted in the U. S. have gone dark.

3 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. $19,500 divided by 12 months equals $1,625 per month.

    Food and clothing for a family of 4 plus gasoline and utilities monthly, at minimum, makes the math look implausible. Even so-

    The non-profit racket has loopholes large enough to drive a oil tanker through. And I assume that is what Brett has done. NTTAWWT; because I myself don’t believe in ‘loopholes’ since EVERYTHING in tax law was deliberately written and is there for a reason. Thanks Congress!

    What’s more interesting IS that if all his non-profits have indeed gone dark… How does Brett Kimberlin make a living? Money saved from the dope smuggling years? Or new enterprises?

    Good thing there’s no effort to crowd-fund a private detective agency to follow that trail. Follow, being the operative word. I know this guy in Hawaii…

      • Ok. I hadn’t thought of that. But-

        Isn’t SS based on your highest 30 years earnings? I’m guessing Brett didn’t earn much, if anything, during the years he spent in jail.

        I’m assuming he didn’t pay in to the system during his entrepreneurial years post-highschool.

        Plus he operated a retail outfit or two, right? Wonder what SS taxes those employers paid; even if he’s the owner I assume there are rules regarding income.

        How about earnings from the non-profits? So he hasn’t paid in much if he earned so little. And- Doesn’t your employer pay half? I wonder if JTMP paid anything in social security taxes over the years. Seems like that would be a line item in their expenses.

        But maybe non-profits are exempt.

        But maybe not.

        I dunno.

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