Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

The TKPOTD for six years ago today dealt with several of the bogus claims Brett Kimberlin made against this blog in his RICO Madness LOLsuit.

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The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin has alleged that the purposes of the reporting about his activities by the defendants in his Kimberlin v. The Universe, et al. has been to engage in money laundering and increase the value of our websites.ECF 135-200As to the money laundering allegation—he has never produced a single bit of evidence that any of the defendants have engaged in any illegal activities that would generate funds that require laundering. With no dirty money there is nothing to be laundered. Thus, he hasn’t properly alleged that activity.

As to building the value of our websites—Well, sure, folks like Stacy McCain who make their livings by blogging gear their coverage to generate readers who will hit their tip jars. (Stacy’s is here.) While this blog tries to make money (here’s my Tip Jar), it isn’t how I really earn my living. Selling engineering advice to outfits like NASA is much more lucrative. HSRWT

I think Brett is simply frustrated and jealous that his sites are unsuccessful even after a decade of full-time Internet presence. Hogwash! has vastly more traffic. If this blog is a bush league operation, Kimberlin’s sites are T-ball. Here’s the relative rankings per Alexa.alexa_rankingsBrett Kimberlin is a jealous loser.

timer-blackMeanwhile, the timer is ticking down. His omnibus opposition to all of those motions to dismiss the RICO Madness is due by close of business next Monday. Can he stitch together something from the “facts” he’s alleged that will support at least one of his claims? What cockamamie legal theories will he advance to try to save his case? I suppose we’ll know the answers in a few days.

Stay tuned.

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BTW, if spinning false narratives were a reliable way to increase the value of a media property, why hasn’t The Dread Deadbeat Publisher Kimberlin made a fortune off of breitbartunmasked dot com, and why is AT&T trying to sell CNN?

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