Brett Kimberlin has had a perfect record with the LOLsuits he’s filed over the past decade. He lost all of ’em, even when he has been represented by counsel. Still, given his record of incompetence, it’s understandable that he would seek counsel for his latest attempt to get a petition filed at the Supreme Court for a writ of certiorari. It also makes sense that no lawyer who has looked at the facts surrounding the Speedway Bombing cases is willing to provide freebie representation as pro bono counsel.
Justice Barrett granted Kimberlin an extension of time to file until 1 November. That’s a week from today. The TKPOTD for seven years ago today dealt with one of Kimberlin’s typical attempts to ignore a legal deadline.
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Well, we seem to have caught The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin in yet another misrepresentation to a court. Here’s what the Certificate of Service filed with his opposition to several of the motions to dismiss his Kimberlin v. Team Themis, et al. RICO 2: Electric Boogaloo LOLsuit looks like:
When I filed my reply, I informed the court that I had not yet been served a copy of TDPK’s opposition but was filing based on what I found in PACER. I did eventually receive a copy of the opposition, but it was late in arriving. Inspection of the envelope and its postmark revealed why.The package was not mailed to me on the day the opposition was filed with the court (also the day claimed in the Certificate of Service). It was mailed on the 17th instead of the 15th. You know, if the postmark were the next day, it could have been that he dropped it in the mail late in the afternoon and that the mail in that box wasn’t collected until the next day. However, there’s a two-day lag. Also, the postage label is one from a counter sale, so the postage was paid for on the 17th. No, TDPK lied to the court.
BTW, I mail service to those receiving it by snail mail on my way to the courthouse. That way, I know the what I’m telling the court about service is true.
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