Of course, the principal reason that none of Team Kimberlin lost all the LOLsuits they filed was that there no evidence to support any of their claims—but even if there had been some there there, neither Brett Kimberlin nor Bill Schmalfeldt ever managed to present a coherent telling of their cases.
The TKPOTD for seven years ago looks at the exhibits Schmalfeldt attached to his motion for summary judgment in LOLsuit VI: The Undiscovered Krendler. Five of the six exhibits are about Aaron Walker, the lawyer representing the defendants. One is about me, a non-party in the case. Nothing has anything to do with the defendants he was suing.
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I’ve had an opportunity to review the exhibits that the Cabin Boy™ submitted with his motion for summary judgment but which seem to belong to his supplement to his motion to disqualify the defendants’ lawyer. Exhibits 4, 5, and 6 are emails that are from the sealed discovery that Brett Kimberlin leaked to Schmalfeldt back in 2012. I will not publish them.
Exhibit 1 is a rehash of an exhibit in an earlier filing.
Exhibit 2 deals with the Cabin Boy’s™ warped remembrance of the Hoge v. Schmalfeldt copyright lawsuit of 2014.
Exhibit 3 is more Everyone Draw Mohammed cartoons.
I can’t follow the Billogic that connects these to anything even tangentially related to the Cabin Boy’s™ LOLsuit. OTOH, the popcorn futures have turned out to be a smart buy.
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The judge couldn’t follow Schmalfeldt’s logic either. The court didn’t bother with the merits of the case because it found that he had sued in the wrong venue in the first place. The defendants’ motion to dismiss for lack of personal jurisdiction was granted.