One of the problems Brett Kimberlin has had with his pro se lawfare is that he’s routinely failed to address issue raised by the defendants in their court papers. The TKPOTD from seven years ago today cites an example.
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Oh, yes we have. For example, here’s a brief selection from my motion to dismiss that deals with the lack of merit of his defamation claim.Here’s a sample from DB Capitol Strategies’s motion to dismiss dealing with problems in TDPK’s false light allegations.Here’s a part of what The Franklin Center had to say about the inadequacy of TDPK’s defamation claim.Among many other issues, The motion from Michelle Malkin and Twitchy noted this deficiency in TDPK’s allegations under the Ku Klux Klan Act.And so on and so on, through the motions from Aaron Walker; RedState, Erick Erickson, RedState, James O’Keefe, and Simon & Schuster; and Glenn Beck, Mercury Radio Arts, and The Blaze.
It’s not the case that we defendants failed to point out the lack of merit in TDPK case. Rather, Brett Kimberlin chose not to correct his errors.
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He’s continued this behavior in recent appeals in the Speedway Bombing case, and he’s lost one of those appeals so far.