Brett Kimberlin has routinely painted himself in to legal corners because he was representing himself in court. This post In Re Kimberlin v. Frey from eight years ago today dealt with a difficulty Kimberlin encountered challenging a protective order.
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The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin has sent what appears to be an ex parte letter to Judge Hazel whining about the discovery protective order issued in the Kimberlin v. Frey RICO Remnant LOLsuit.
The assertions in the letter are nonsensical. All the protective order prohibits is giving any discovery information marked “Confidential” to a third-party not directly involved in the LOLsuit. That means that TDPK is forbidden from leaking confidential information to “the press,” i.e., Bunny Boy Unread. In order for “the press” to challenge the order, 57F Osborne will have to hire a lawyer.
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Of course, Matt Osborne was not about to spend his own money to challenge the protective order for the benefit of a website (Breitbart Unmasked) actually owned by Kimberlin, and Kimberlin couldn’t represent the site himself without claiming that he was the proprietor—which he has denied.
Coming back to today, it appears that Kimberlin has figured out that he’s exhausted his possible avenues of attack on his criminal convictions as the Speedway Bomber, so he’s now seeking money damages for his “false” imprisonment. That LOLsuit is properly styled Kimberlin v. DOJ, et al., but I referring to it as Kimberlin v. Reality. He’s at the Supreme Court again with a petition for a writ of certiorari in Kimberlin v. Reality. He’s proceeding pro se, and asking the court to give him a freebie lawyer.
The betting calendar for the date the Supreme Court denies the petition is posted in the break area.