This post from nine years ago today was about a certified mail green card the The Deadbeat Pro-Se Kimberlin filed in one of his LOL suits and asked, “Another Forgery?“. And yes, indeed, it was.
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The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin has filed a motion in his frivolous copyright suit against Kimberlin Unmasked that includes an exhibit purporting to show a Certified Mail green card with the Restricted Delivery “Yes” box checked.
TDPK also filed a report on the status of service in the Kimberlin v. The Universe, et al. RICO Madness that included the Post Office receipt for that particular piece of mail. The receipt shows that the extra fee for Restricted Delivery was not paid. Thus, there is no legitimate reason for the tick mark in the “Yes” box to be on the card.
I’m not a defendant in the copyright suit, so I don’t have standing to intervene in that case, but I’ll bet that it won’t be long before someone is able to bring this issue to the attention of Judge Titus.
Mark Twain once observed that if you tell the truth you don’t have to remember what lies you told to which people.
UPDATE—In 2013, the charge for Restricted Delivery was $4.75. As can be seen on the receipt, that amount was not paid. If it had been the total postage paid would have been $15.00.
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The Gentle Reader may remember that Brett Kimberlin is a convicted perjurer. He has a history of failing at forgery as well.
In 1979, Kimberlin was arrested after he tried to procure counterfeit government documents—including a presidential seal, military driver’s license forms, and military license plates. The search of the car he was driving during that bust found bomb making material and led to his Speedway Bombing conviction.