One of the claims that Brett Kimberlin made against my codefendants and me in the Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. nuisance LOLsuit was that we had defamed him by calling him a pedophile. All of the defendants had expressed a belief that Kimberlin is a pedophile or stated that there was evidence for that to be a reasonable opinion. We based our opinions in part on a sworn criminal complaint filed by Kimberlin’s wife. During the Kimberlin v. Walker trial, Judge Johnson pointed out to Kimberlin that the witness he needed to show that our statements were false was his wife, but he didn’t bring her to court.
The TKPOTD from four years ago today explains why he kept her off the witness stand in 2014—something he wasn’t able to do in 2016.
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The following question was asked and answered during the Walker v. Kimberlin, et al. trial after an extended discussion at the bench. Judge Mason allowed it over Brett Kimberlin’s objection because it could show that Aaron Walker had a reasonable basis for writing what he had written.
MR. WALKER: The question was: You first had sex with your husband before you turned fifteen. Correct?
MRS. KIMBERLIN: Yes.
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When faced with the possibility of a perjury charge if she contradicted her previous sworn statement, Tetyana Kimberlin told the truth.