Brett Kimberlin does not like to take “No” for an answer. That has invariably meant that he’s pushed appeals through the system until a higher court says, “What part of ‘No’ do you not understand?” The
Dread Deadbeat Pro-Se Kimberlin was particularly bothered by Judge Hazel’s refusals to modify a protective order that covered discovery materials in the Kimberlin v. Frey RICO Remnant LOLsuit. He went so far as to seek a writ of mandamus from the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals that would have directed Judge Hazel to grant Kimberlin’s wishes. Kimberlin also filed a motion seeking an expedited ruling on his mandamus petition because of how important he imagined the case to be.
The TKPOTD for for six years ago today published a copy of that motion.
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The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin’s case is sooooo important that his petition for a writ of mandamus really, really, really needs to be acted on quickly. At least, that’s what TDPK says—
I wonder who that “close associate” of Frey who has been engaging in official corruption is?
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Actually, I know who that “close associate” of Frey was because I’ve seen some of the discovery in the case. However, I can’t name him because I’m also bound by the protective order.
The list topics of “national importance” in paragraph 3 hasn’t aged well.
While David French has been a significant voice among the Never Trumpers, he has never be seriously consideedr for the Republican presidential nomination.
Conservatives have not been a significant source of attempted bullying or intimidation of judges.
It hasn’t been right wing media outlets that have been the principal source of false narratives for the past few years.
Of course, the petition was denied. While everything proceeded as I had foreseen, nothing conformed to Kimberlin’s hallucinations.