Brett Kimberlin is a liar. Telling lies is how he wound up being convicted of perjury before he turned 20. One would think that with so many decades of practice, he’d get better at it, but the lies he tells are easily seen through. The TKPOD for four years ago today dealt with such a lie, one he told in a filing in the Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit.
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One of the few interrogatories that The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin has answered (but not completely) was my request for this list of witnesses for the Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit. One of his prospective witnesses is Judge Mason. Because I had information leading me to believe that Judge Mason was unaware that TDPK was proposing to call him as a witness, I sent the judge a letter informing him of the possibly that he might be called to testify.
TDPK has panicked as a result.
I don’t plan to have any substantive public comment on this motion other than court filings until after the court has ruled on it.
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Here’s the TL/DR for the Gentle Readers who don’t want to wade through Kimberlin’s filing and the exhibits. Kimberlin claimed that I has asked Judge Mason “to take some kind of judicial action agains the Defendants,” i.e., Brett and Tetyana Kimberlin, but he made the mistake of attaching my letter to the judge. In the letter I state,
I know better than to think that this suggests any kind of cooperation between you and Mr. Kimberlin. I simply inform you so that you may determine for yourself what steps, if any, you need to take to address this.
I didn’t suggest that he take any action, judicial or otherwise, and my letter proves that Kimberlin’s claim was false.
BTW, that wasn’t the only lie Kimberlin told in the filing. He stated that Judge Mason had found me to be an incredible witness in the Walker v. Kimberlin, et al. case. Judge Mason made no such finding. He did, however, state in the record that because Kimberlin had lied during his testimony, he would allow Aaron Walker to present evidence that had be previously excluded from that case.
In any event, Kimberlin’s motion to sanction me was denied.