Brett Kimberlin tried to use the discovery phase of the two cases that got past motions to dismiss (Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. and Kimberlin v. Frey) as fishing expeditions to dig up dirt on his adversaries. He pretty much failed in both cases. Of course, he was very uncooperative with discovery in the cases brought agains him. The TKPOTD for five years ago today dealt with his answers to interrogatories in the Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. suit.
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This came in the mail on Thursday.
Because I believe that discovery is best kept confidential to the greatest extent possible, I’ve redacted the answers to interrogatories which The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin attached. I don’t intend to make any further public statement concerning this matter prior to the court’s ruling on the contempt hearing that has been ordered—except to note that the answers provided are still incomplete.
Murum aries attigit.
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Now that case is several years old, I might as well publish the questions the court ordered Kimberlin to answer and his answers. As noted above, they are incomplete. They are also deceptive.
He didn’t think through his answers very well.
Interrogatory 5. There are no written documents authorizing the use of the assets of a 501(c)3 to pay for the personal legal expenses of one of its officers. Really? Hmmmm.
Interrogatory 6. No mention is made of the use of a Justice Though Music Project check to pay a filing fee in the RICO Madness civil case in which I was a defendant. I have a copy of the receipt which is also available on PACER.
Interrogatory 7. A fair answer.
Interrogatory 8. I have evidence which suggest the answer is incomplete. I will also note that as a result of contacts made with NASA, a criminal investigation was opened of which I was not the target.
Interrogatory 9. I have evidence suggesting that this answer is false.
And in other breaking news, Perjurers tell lies.