Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

It seems clear to me that Brett Kimberlin desperately wanted to be able to use material he had received via discovery in his various lawsuits as fuel for smear campaigns against his enemies. He did leak sealed documents from a couple of cases. He became obviously frustrated when Judge Hazel would not relax the protective order granted in the Kimberlin v. Frey RICO Remnant LOLsuit. He also became peeved with me when I didn’t provide him with a bonanza of information when he tried to subpoena me in the Frey case.

He never properly served that subpoena on me, but I voluntarily gave him all the responsive documents I had. First, because nothing I had was useful to hm, and second, I figured letting him have them would avoid a round of filings in court. I was wrong. Five years ago today, I posted this Kimberlin v. Frey News.

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The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin filed a motion for contempt or sanctions against me in the Kimberlin v. Frey RICO Remnant LOLsuit. Last week, he finally got around to serving a copy of the motion on me. I have now filed a response. Because I had to discuss confidential discovery material from the case in my filing, I have filed it partially under seal.

Here is the redacted version that is publicly available on PACER.

The motions speak for themselves. I do not wish to make any further comment on the matter until the court has ruled.

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As a result of bing sucked into that round of motion, I became privy to some of the discovery documents and now am bound by the terms of the protective order. I can’t discuss the contents of the documents related to Kimberlin’s sanctions motion. However, I will say that no reasonable person looking at them in the context of Kimberlin’s LOLsuit would believe they helped his case. Indeed, if I had unfettered access to them and hadn’t been bound by the Frey protective order, I would have used at least some of them in my lawsuit against Kimberlin.

Kimberlin loses in court because he never has either the facts or the law on his side, but even if he did, he’d still lose. He just doesn’t seem to understand how to tie a coherent argument together with facts and logic to make a case.

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