Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

While being sued by Brett Kimberlin was no laughing matter, most of his court filings were risible, The TKPOTD for six years ago today dealt with one of his sillier filings.

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Here’s the opposition to the motions to dismiss that The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin filed in the Kimberlin v. Most of the Universe, et al. RICO Retread LOLsuit.

I’m going to leave the comments enabled for this post, but I ask that the Insightful Commenters please refrain from educating the midget. Let the good guys’ lawyers do that at the hearing on 3 September.

popcorn4bkI noted yesterday that TDPK claimed to have served this opposition on the 6th when it appears that he actually sent it to my lawyer on the 8th. If he really did have this opposition finished on the 6th, that may explain why he felt able to take the 7th off to haul The Dreadful Pro-Se Schmalfeldt to the peace order hearing in Westminster. Or perhaps one of the reasons this opposition is such a slapdash bit of nonsense was that he was hurrying to get it done.

Whatever. It wasn’t due to the court until 1 September, but TDPK has left the defendants’ lawyers plenty of time to get over their laughter and formulate our replies.

Stay tuned.

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That hearing in September didn’t go well for The Dread Deadbeat Pro-Se Kimberlin. While he was given permission to amend his complaint against me in order to make an viable claim, several of the defendants’ motions to dismiss were granted—and one of the grounds for dismissal was the court finding that Kimberlin’s reputation was so bad that it was not possible to defame him, that he was defamation proof.

1 thought on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. I think you’re missing some very important cutting-edge legal theory-

    COMBINE these two concepts:

    1. “The Court, in deciding a motion to dismiss a complaint, must assume the truth of the complaint’s factual allegations, and any reasonable inferences, in the light most favorable to the plaintiff.”

    2. Pro Se’s must be afforded the widest latitude… (and therefore don’t have to follow procedure(s) which would bind any properly educated and licensed attorney).

    That’s some powerful law-juju, right there. Advantage Brett Kimberlin.

    And if you don’t believe me, just ask Brett Kimberlin. Or Lawrence Tribe.

    I can’t understand how Brett lost.

    Neither can he.

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