One of Brett Kimberlin’s chronic problems with his lawfare is his failure to get things filed on time. This post from six years ago today, Protective Order? What Protective Order?, dealt with a motion filed a day too late and that also violated one of the court’s orders relating to the case.
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The day after Judge Hazel denied The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin’s motion to amend his complaint in the Kimberlin v. Frey RICO Remnant LOLsuit, TDPK filed this response to LA County’s opposition to his motion to amend. It’s not only a day late, it also seems to violate the terms of the Protective Order issued by Judge Hazel. Indeed, because the judge has now included me under the terms of the order, I have redacted a series of what appear to be direct quotes from privileged documents provided by Patterico during discovery.
I also note that TDPK has made a number of allegations toward the end of this filing that relate to claims he has made in previous suits that he lost and, therefore, should be estopped from raising again. I don’t wish to make any further public comments about this filing.
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While I was preparing this post, I reread the unredacted version of the motion. While I still can’t publish the redacted portion, I can say that nothing in it provides any support for the allegations Kimberlin made. Even if he had filed a timely motion, both the facts and the law were against him.
He has some more legal filing due soon in his ongoing appeals in the Seventh Circuit. Stay tuned.