One of the bases for Team Kimberlin’s campaign of pro se lawfare (as proposed by Neal Rauhauser) was that the cost of litigation would cause defendants to settle the LOLsuits rather than fight them. The TKPOTD from four years ago points out one of the ways that litigation strategy backfired.
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The Gentle Reader may remember that in one of The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin’s more unhinged rants he’s filed in the Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit, TDPK told the court that he has ordered the transcripts of the Walker v. Kimberlin, et al. trial for the purpose of proving that I had misrepresented the record of the Walker trial to the Judge Hecker in my filings in my case. What TDPK didn’t seem to realize is that I already had a complete set of the court audio CDs from the Walker case—and that I had listened to the entire trial. Knowing what had been said, I had already ordered my own set of transcripts to use as evidence in my case well before he did. Indeed, I have begun putting those transcripts to work. This week, I filed two extracts as exhibits to demonstrate that Judge Mason had caught Brett Kimberlin lying on the witness stand in the Walker case.
There’s nothing in the Walker transcripts that support any of the false narrative that TDPK is trying to spin. When I consider that the complete set of transcripts cost him something north of two kilobucks, I smile quietly to myself.
Everything is proceeding as I have foreseen.
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Karma is a bitch, and she has puppies.
Also, I’m thankful for the donations from the Gentle Readers that helped defray my costs in the legal wrangling with Team Kimberlin.