A defendant in a lawsuit has no obligation to cooperate with initial service of the suit, but once served, he is is obliged to keep the court informed of his contact information. Members of Team Kimberlin have tried to avoid being served with suits. That wasn’t illegal. However, once served, they have tried to disappear. The TKPOTD from five years ago today dealt with one attempted disappearance.
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On 23 January, I filed a motion in the Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit asking the court to order The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin to show cause why he should not be found in contempt for his failure to obey the court’s order regarding discovery. That motion was granted, and the show cause hearing is scheduled for 17 March.
I served copies of my motion on the Kimberlins and The Dreadful Pro-Se Schmalfeldt by mail on the 23rd. The mail sent to Schmalfeldt at his Wisconsin address was returned.
Not only was the mail undeliverable in Wisconsin, but there was also no forwarding address on file. So, for the time being, the USPS is unaware of which porch the Cabin Boy™ is hiding under.
Speaking of missing mailboxes … Hmmmmm.
Cowardly cowards gotta cower.
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The Cabin Boy could
run waddle, but he couldn’t hide.