Brett Kimberlin is a slow learner, but after four failed LOLsuits against me, he dropped me as a defendant in the RICO 2 Retread LOLsuit. Thus, the RICO 2 Retread LOLsuit News I reported six years ago today was from the perspective of an outside observer.
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Hunton & Williams LLP, the law firm that is the lead defendant in the Kimberlin v. Hunton & Williams LLP, et al. (II) RICO 2 Retread LOLsuit, filed a motion to have a single judge assigned to that case. The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin filed an opposition to that motion, but it was granted anyway. Here’s a copy of his failed opposition.
TDPK misrepresents H&W’s arguments and the facts and law surrounding the history of his vexatious litigation. While H&W point out the court’s experience with Kimberlin’s four recent lawsuits in that venue, they don’t argue that number of suits is the reason for assigning a single judge. Rather, they argue that his previous behavior in those suits provides a reason for a special assignment. None of his purple prose about “Nixonian black bag operations” and the like have anything to do with his record of misbehavior either.
But the real issue is Kimberlin’s fear of Judge Mason, a judge who knows who TDPK is, who knows how he operates, and who treats him fairly. It’s that third item that must frighten TDPK the most. Fair treatment could result in a just outcome, and that is clearly not in Kimberlin’s best interest.
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Fair treatment by Judge Mason did result in a just outcome. Kimberlin’s LOLsuit did not survive the defendants’ motions to dismiss.