Today is the ninth anniversary of Brett Kimberlin’s losing the Kimberlin v., Walker, et al. LOLsuit. I was one of the et al. defendants. After I got to the courthouse for the last day of the trial, I posted this While We’re Waiting … article which laid out the basis for one of the perjury traps we had set for The Deadbeat Pro-Se Kimberlin.
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The Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. trial was scheduled to resume at 9 this morning. There will be some preliminary matters and then opening statements by The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin and Patrick Ostronic, the lawyer defending Aaron Walker, Stacy McCain, Ali Akbar, and me.
Let’s compare that with other information that TDPK has provided about his wife’s age. This is from the Maryland Judiciary Case Search. Note that it shows a date of birth for her as 11/1980. That information was transcribed from the complaint that TDPK filed against his wife. In other words, he told the court that she was born in 1980.
Do the math. 1996 – 1980 = 16.
Was he lying when he filed the complaint against his wife? Or did he lie on his answers to my interrogatories?
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Judge Johnson stopped the trial after Kimberlin rested his case and granted judgement in the defendants’ favor because Kimberlin had failed to present any evidence (“not one scintilla”) to support his case.
In 2014, the Maryland law preventing convicted perjurers from testifying in court, but Judge Johnson ruled that Kimberlin would be allowed to testify. He didn’t testify in his own behalf, so he avoided being cross examined, and we never got him on the stand because we didn’t have to offer a defense.
Oh, and one more thing …