Brett Kimberlin routinely tried to use the discovery process in his lawsuits as a fishing expedition to dig up dirt on his enemies, but whenever he has been sued, he’s has resisted compliance with discovery requests. The TKPOTD for eight years ago today dealt with one of his request for a protective order against discovery.
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This has shown up in the Maryland Judiciary Case Search docket for the Walker v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit that Aaron Walker has filed as a countersuit against The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin:TDPK wants a protective order? For what? The case hasn’t proceeded to discovery yet. Looking at the schedule on the docket, the only thing that should have happened so far is the so-called “Meeting of ALL Counsel,” but that’s simply to exchange proposed settlement offers. There’s a deadline this week for the determination of whether the suit can go to mediation. Does TDPK think that he needs to be protected from a settlement agreement or from mediation?
What is he afraid of?
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What is Brett Kimberlin afraid of?