Today is the eight anniversary of the District Cour’s denial of the false peace order petition Brett Kimberlin filed against me on behalf of Tetyana Kimberlin’s elder daughter.
After the hearing, Breitbart Unmasked ran a copy of some tweets that Kimberlin tried to introduced as evidence. They supposedly proved that I posted a comment to an article at the Montgomery County Gazette.Because I denied making such a comment and could not authenticate the tweet as mine, Matt Osborne tried to gen up a false story that I perjured myself.
I couldn’t authenticate the tweets as mine, because ithey weren’t. They’re retweets. The original tweets (and I presume the comment at the Gazette) was by Lee Stranahan.I took me all of two minutes to find that original tweet via Google.
BTW, Kimberlin must be a very slow learner, because he tried to offer the same tweets as evidence in the Walker v. Kimberlin, et al. trial.
BY MR. KIMBERLIN:
Q Did you ever read an article about my daughter in the Bethesda Gazette?
A No. I, I’ve read several comments about it. I was aware of it. I did click on it, and look at it to see that it existed, but I didn’t bother to read it.
Q I’m going to show you Exhibit 31.
A Oh, yeah, these are the forged comments that you tried to introduce in the peace order hearing back in March of 2015.
Q Do you recognize that one?
THE COURT: He just said that they’re forged, so he can’t authenticate them.
THE WITNESS: I cannot authenticate it; they’re forged.
Insanity is trying the same thing over again expecting a different result.
Speaking of not learning from past experience, our old friends at Prenda Law are still trying the same old schemes that put them there from prison.