Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


The TKPOTD for four years ago today gave an accounting of Team Kimberlin’s LOLsiuits as of that date.

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All of these cases have some things in common:

Kimberlin v. Walker, et al.; Kimberlin v. National Bloggers Club, et al. (I) (aka RICO Madness); Kimberlin v. National Bloggers Club, et al. (II) (aka RICO Retread); Kimberlin v. Hunton & Williams LLP, et al. (I) (aka RICO 2: Electric Boogaloo); Kimberlin v. Hunton & Williams LLP, et al. (II) (aka RICO 2 Retread); Schmalfeldt v. Hoge, et al. (I) (aka LOLsuit I); Hoge v. Schmalfeldt counterclaims (aka LOLsuit II); Schmalfeldt v. Johnson, et al. (aka LOLsuit III); Schmalfeldt v. Hoge, et al. (II) (aka LOLsuit IV); Schmalfeldt v. Grady, et al. (I) (aka LOLsuit V); Schmalfeldt v. Grady, et al. (II) (aka LOLsuit VI); and Schmalfeldt v. Grady, et al. (III) (aka LOLsuit VII).

Each was accompanied by great forecasts of doom for the defendants. Every time any motion or ruling went in the favor of the plaintiff, there were expansive claims made concerning the expected victory by the plaintiff. And the defendants won every single one of ’em.

Everything is proceeding as I have foreseen.

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We can add Kimberlin v. Breitbart Holdings, et al. (aka RICO 2), Kimberlin v. McConnell, et al. (aka Supreme Nonsense), and Schmalfeldt v. Grady, et al. (IV) (aka LOLsuit VIII: Avoiding Contact) to the win column for defendants.

Q’pala!

Meanwhile, no one over at the It’s Time 2020 operation seems to have noticed any significant news relating to the November election. As of 8 pm Sunday evening, there have been no new tweet from the @itstime_2020 account since 15 September, and there doesn’t seem to be anything posted on the itstime2020 dot org website after 28 August.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


The following is from the TKPOTD published six years ago today.

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res_judicata_mugsOf course, one of TDPK’s claims is that I’ve been using my reporting on his activities to raise money by defrauding the Gentle Readers who hit my Tip Jar. He has yet to explain how that injures him. In any event, I’m always thankful for reader support.

You can also support the blog by shopping at The Hogewash Store or shopping via the Amazon link on the Home page.

Whichever means you chose, your support helps keep this blog on the air.

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And your support is greatly appreciated!

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


One of the most easily falsifiable claims made by Brett Kimberlin in the Kimberlin v. Most of the Rest of the Universe, et al. RICO Remnant LOLsuit was … oh, here’s the TKPOTD from five years ago today.

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One of the the things The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin whines about in his Kimberlin v. Most of the Universe, et al. LOLsuit is how he feels defamed because he’s been called a terrorist. He would have the court believe that being called a terrorist after 15 October, 2010, portrayed him in a false light.

If the Gentle Reader does a Google search on >”brett kimberlin” + terrorist< that is time limited to before 2010, the top results will look something like this—Pre2010

That first result is the Wikipedia “Kimberlin” page which contains a link to the article about Brett Kimberlin. While the “Kimberlin” page was created in 2008, the article about TDPK wasn’t created until 2012. Gasp! Wikipedia refers to Kimberlin as a terrorist! <sarc>It must be part of the conspiracy!</sarc>

The next hit is a Baltimore Sun article from 1996 reviewing Mark Singer’s book Citizen K. It refers to Kimberlin as a terrorist. The third hit is a piece from Daily Kos that refers to Kimberlin as a bomber “who terrorized the city of Speedway, Indiana …” Neither the BS nor Daily Kos qualify as rightwing nut job publications.

And there are plenty more references to Kimberlin’s history as a bomber/terrorist/criminal. His reputation was out there on the Internet well before 2010 and, certainly, well before I began blogging in 2011.

Whiner.

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If The Dread Deadbeat Pro-Se Kimberlin had never sued me, I would never have argued that he was failing to state a claim for defamation because his reputation as a serial bomber was so bad that there was no way to lower the public’s opinion of him; other defendants wouldn’t have echoed that argument in their motions to dismiss; and no court would have dismissed one of Kimberlin’s LOLsuits on that basis. Now, a court has found that his reputation is so bad that he’s defamation proof.

His worst mistake in all of his litigation was to sue me.

Meanwhile, his latest attempt at relevance seems to be foundering. itstime2020 dot org has essentially no traffic, and the@ itstime_2020 Twitter account still only has two followers.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


The reason why Brett Kimberlin hasn’t won any of the lawsuits he filed as part of his attempt to use lawfare to silence truth reporting about him seems to be that he doesn’t understand how to structure a rational argument based on evidence. It has often seemed that he could not differentiate between the Real World and the fantasy realm of his wishes. The TKPOD from six years ago today contained an excerpt of a Judge Johnson’s frustrated attempt to explain to Kimberlin why he had to place actual testimony and documents into evidence in order to have a case for the jury to consider in the Kimberlin v. Walker, et al.LOLsuit.

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After The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin rested his case during the Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. trial, we defendants moved for a directed verdict in our favor because he had not presented evidence establishing the element of defamation or false light. Here is a small part of Judge Johnson’s extended colloquy with TDPK on whether he had shown that what we said and wrote about him was false.

THE COURT: I’m not asking you to prove anything. I’m asking you who in this courtroom yesterday or today said that those statements were false?

MR. KIMBERLIN: Your honor, in a defamation case —

THE COURT: You hate answering questions —

MR. KIMBERLIN: No, no, I’m just trying to —

THE COURT: Who said it was false?

MR. KIMBERLIN: Who said it was false? They —

THE COURT: Did you want to read this? I mean —

MR. KIMBERLIN: I know what it says —

THE COURT: I didn’t make this up. This is Maryland law.

MR. KIMBERLIN: I think that the jury has to make that call, whether it’s false. And whether —

THE COURT: But there has to be some evidence. They just can’t pull things out of the air. A jury, they just can’t go back there and decide what they want to decide. I have to give them instructions on the law. And the instructions on defamation — Maryland pattern jury instruction 12.1 “a defamatory statement is a false statement about another person that exposes that person to public scorn, hatred” — so nobody in here, in this case said that they hated you, you haven’t put any evidence up that they hated you — “contempt or ridicule” — there’s no evidence of that — “thereby discouraging others in the community from having a good opinion of or from associating or dealing with the person. Defamation may result from a statement communicated to a third person either orally or in writing.” And here you have — I’ll call them, well, bloggers, I guess they’re reporters — reporting stories and bantering back and forth regarding stories that, I think it originated, the whole thing started back in Indiana many, many, many years ago. And so what is the jury going to — how are they going to consider whether there was public scorn?

MR. KIMBERLIN: Your honor —

THE COURT: This’ll go lot faster if you try to answer my question. If you don’t have an answer, say you don’t have an answer.

MR. KIMBERLIN: Being called a pedophile is automatically public scorn, I mean —

THE COURT: Look, I’m getting — you’ve said that, I understand it. But I’m focusing on the Maryland law that I have to tell the jury. Now what I’m asking you — let’s take it one by one. The statement has to — you have get to to contempt. Any evidence of that?

MR. KIMBERLIN: Well, I put my daughter on the stand and she testified that we had suffered —

THE COURT: That she had suffered?

MR. KIMBERLIN: No, that our family had suffered. That I had suffered.

THE COURT: Look, you’re the only party in this case.

Narratives are not false just because TDPK doesn’t like them. There were very few possible witnesses that Kimberlin could have produced who could have testified of their firsthand knowledge that he had not engaged in any of the behavior that led folks to be suspicious of him. There were the women who were the girls he was allegedly involved with in Indiana (as reported by Mark Singer). There was his estranged wife who did not come to court to support him. There was the possibility of his own testimony, given that the judge seemed willing to bend the Maryland Rule on perjurers and let him testify. No one else would have been a competent witness.

I suspect that TDPK stayed off the stand because he was afraid of cross examination and being caught in perjury.

popcorn4bkJudge Johnson ruled in our favor. TDPK is making noises about an appeal and a second federal lawsuit. It seems that he’s beginning to understand that the Kimberlin v. The Universe, et al. RICO Madness is doomed. It will be interesting to see what federal issue he might use in a second federal suit.

I’m sure Acme is working overtime.

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Kimberlin has never let the Truth get in the way of his false narratives, which may explain why he no longer appears to have credibility with many of the people who used to find him useful.

While I was checking on the status of the itstime2020 dot org website on Thursday evening, I found that Kimberlin has moved the old velvetrevolution dot us domain from hosting on a Fintel Associates server to the xeonhosting dot org server in Holland that hosts breitbartunmasked dot com, empr dot media, greencasamaryland dot org, itstime202 dot org, and kelsiekimberlin dot com. However, I was unable to connect to velvetrevolution dot org at its new IP address.The old VRUS website seems to have suffered a glitch while being moved between servers. I suppose Kimberlin can get one of the expert hackers who helped him protect the 2016 election to fix the problem.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


My, my! Look who’s been busy over the last day or so.

It looks as if whoever is supposed to be minding this Twitter account finally decided to follow some other accounts, and one of them (@CognitiveBoy) followed back.

The @TGDNews Twitter account follows mostly individuals and none of the sort of accounts (i.e., other reporters, news organizations, newsmakers, etc.) that most news operations follow. The tgdnews dot com website appears to be only a few months old, and its global popularity rank is 14,967,426—which is even lower than itstime2020 dot org’s ranking.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


Yesterday’s TKPOTD took note of the IRS revocation of the 501(c)(4) tax exemption for Brett Kimberlin’s Protect Our Elections/EMPR Inc. and that entity so longer being in good standing as a Maryland corporation. The TKPOTD from seven years ago today also dealt with a corporation that was dissolved for failure to keep up with its paperwork.

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KimberlinDutchDomainsTeam Kimberlin seems to be simplifying its footprint on its Dutch server. The table on the left shows the sites that are still up and the one that was added over the summer.

globalpharma dot biz is a site for a company that seems to have its physical presence in Arizona. It offers various prescription drugs for sale over the Internet without requiring a prescription. All are schedule IV drugs commonly used for recreational purposes. The site was originally owned by an LLC registered in Delaware. The identity of the registrant is now protected. The current status of the Delaware entity is shown below.

GlobalPharmaDelaware

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Hoe meer het verandert, hoe meer het hetzelfde is.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


Four years ago today, this post about a laughable attempt to intimidate me ran as an I’m Not Making This Up, You Know.

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I received this comment—email201609150153zThey really are panicking.

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Dance is an art form closely related to music. Perhaps it’s because Justice Through Music Project website hasn’t been updated for more than a year-and-a-half that we’ve seen no comment about the movie Cuties from JTMP, but you’d think that the controversy surrounding the exploitation of young girls in such a film would have elicited some sort of comment from that organization. After all, it’s corporate charter says that its purpose is “to shed light on some of the injustices in the world with the power of music.” (Really. I’m not making that up either.)

Of course, that purpose includes only “some” of the injustices in the world, so maybe exploiting children for kiddie porn isn’t on the list. Or it could be that the Director of Justice Through Music Project doesn’t believe that what happened to those 11-year old girls was unjust.

Or he might be too busy failing at protecting another election. As of 10 pm ET Sunday evening—

YMMV.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


The TKPOTD for one year ago today dealt with Brett Kimberlin’s not-for-profit Protect Our Elections/EMPR Inc.

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Now that it seems that The Dread Deadbeat Pro-Se Kimberlin has had his butt kicked in enough LOLsuits, it looks as if he’s tried to make a career change to protecting our elections. He’s renamed VelvetRevoultion.US as Protect Our Elections/EMPR Inc. and is trying to make a go of the role of The Dread Deadbeat Protector Kimberlin. However, he doesn’t seem to be making much impact providing “oversight of elections,” something Protect Our Elections claimed it does in a suit against the Federal Election Commission.

The Protect Our Elections website has so little traffic it can’t be reliably ranked. None of the content posted in 2019 was original. The half dozen posts were lifted from Politico (twice), The Daily Beast, The Rolling Stone, Salon, and the Puffington Host. The last post that appears to contain any original content was about the disputed North Carolina House District 9 contest. I went up last December. Nothing posted in the past year has generated a single comment. Not. A. Single. Comment.

Moreover, The Dread Deadbeat Protector Kimberlin did not properly oversee this week’s special election to settle the NC-09 House election. Brett Kimberlin isn’t doing any better protecting our elections than he did smuggling dope into South Texas. Kimberlin, as Judge Hazel said, “has failed …”

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2019 was a rough year for Protect Our Elections/EMPR Inc. On 15 May, 2019, the IRS revoked its 504(c)(4) tax exempt status. Donations to that entity never were tax deductible, but revocation of 504(c)(4) means that POE/EMPR is itself no longer tax exempt. Perhaps that’s the reason why this was allowed to happen.

Source: egov.maryland.gov/BusinessExpress/EntitySearch

BTW, Protect Our Elections is still a registered trade name belonging to Justice Though Music Project. Kimberlin renewed the registration on 20 January, 2020.

Meanwhile, the @itstime_2020 Twitter account for the current attempt at influencing an election still had no followers as of 10:30 pm ET Saturday.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


This TKPOTD from five years ago today disassembles one of the more obviously false narratives Brett Kimberlin tried to spin about me in order to keep his RICO 2: Electric Boogaloo LOLsuit alive. He added me to the suit just before he filed it when he discovered that the statue of limitations had run out on the Team Themis defendants. He thought he could keep the suit viable by adding me to his imagined conspiracy hoping that some I might have done could be tied to Team Themis.

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This is from The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin’s opposition to the U. S. Chamber of Commerce’s motion to dismiss the Kimberlin v. Team Themis, et al. RICO 2: Electric Boogaloo LOLsuit.

ECF 67-p8

So now, in addition to being Paul Krendler, I’m a member of the “intelligence community.”

Uh, huh. I’ve been working as a government contractor since 2000, but it was for NASA not the NSA.nasa_nsa

NASA. NSA. Perhaps TDPK needs to buy another vowel.

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Failing failures gotta fail, so the Gentle Reader should not be surprised to learn that as of 10 pm ET Wednesday evening, the status of the @Itstime_2020 Twitter account was as follows:

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


Three years ago today, I reached an important milestone in the LOLsuits Brett Kimberlin had filed against me. Here’s that day’s TKPOTD.

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For the first time in over four years, I don’t have a lawsuit or the appeal of a lawsuit from Brett Kimberlin pending against me. Kimberlin’s attempts to use lawfare to suppress the First Amendment rights of people who have written and spoken truthful things about him have been abject failures against those of us who stood up to him. Some of the victims of his lawfare settled for various reasons of their own, but taken as a whole, the phrase “Kimberlin has failed” is a good summation of his LOLsuits.

I beat him in four vexatious civil suits, three frivolous appeals, two sets of false criminal charges, and a bogus peace order petition. I was awarded sanctions in two of the lawsuits and one of the appeals, and I have instructed an attorney to begin the collection process.

The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin still has two LOLsuits on appeal. The Kimberlin v. Hunton & Williams LLP, et al. RICO 2 Retread Appeal is at the Maryland Court of Special Appeals. (He didn’t include me in that case, perhaps having finally figured out how res judicata works in Maryland.) The Kimberlin v. Frey RICO Remnant Appeal has gone to the Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit. I’m not going very far out on a limb to predict that Kimberlin will lose both.

He also has one other LOLsuit in limbo in the U. S. District Court for the District of Maryland. It’s styled Kimberlin v. Breitbart Holdings, et al. The complaint is sealed, so I don’t know what TDPK’s claims are, but it’s almost a year old, and the court has still not allowed summonses to be issued to the defendants. I’m going to speculate that the case will be dismissed with prejudice sua sponte as soon as the Fourth Circuit dismisses the Frey appeal. Patrick Frey is a codefendant in the Breitbart Holdings case. If TDPK has alleged a conspiracy (as he usually does), then Patterico’s res judicata defense should also apply to his “co-conspirators.” That will mean that “Kimberlin has failed” to state a claim upon which relief can be granted.

Everything is proceeding as I have foreseen.

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The Dread Deadbeat Pro-Se Kimberlin managed to maintain his perfect 0.000 batting average by losing both the Breitbart Holdings RICO 3 case and the Frey appeal.

Speaking of losing, …There were still no follower for this account as of 11:15 pm ET Tuesday evening.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


There has been a change in the global popularity rating of Brett Kimberlin’s anti-Trump website itstime2020 dot org. Over the past couple of weeks it had held at 14,881,717. When I checked at 10:30 pm ET Sunday evening, the rating had dropped slightly to 14,886,166.

Meanwhile, the @ItsTime_2020 Twitter account still had no followers at 10:30 pm ET on Sunday.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


One of the basic rules of examining a witness in a trial is to never ask a question unless you already know the answer. One of the reasons that Brett Kimberlin failed to make his case during the Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. trial was that he assumed that he could put the defendants on the stand and that we would provide answers that fit his false narrative rather than the truth. The TKPOTD from six years ago today recounts a couple of his failures to get defendants to support his case.

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A significant feature of The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin’s own false narrative that he spins in his second amended complaint for his Kimberlin v. The Universe, et al. RICO Madness is a story about how my codefendants and I have sought to have him arrested.ECF 135-123

Here’s part of TDPK’s direct examination of Aaron Walker during the Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. nuisance lawsuit that shows him trying to sell his tale during that trial.

MR. KIMBERLIN: I mean, you filed charges to have me arrested? You asked —

MR. WALKER: No. I don’t believe the charges would cause you to be arrested.

MR. KIMBERLIN: Have you —

MR. WALKER: At most, most, maybe if we’re lucky, convicted.

MR. KIMBERLIN: But you wanted me to get arrested. You asked that I be arrested.

MR. WALKER: You went to court and —

MR. KIMBERLIN: I’m asking you a simple question. Yes or no?

MR. WALKER: You committed multiple crimes against me —

MR. KIMBERLIN: I’m asking —

MR. OSTRONIC: Objection, your honor. Badgering his own witness, here.

MR. KIMBERLIN: Yes or no. Have you asked that I be arrested.

THE COURT: Well, the witness is doing fine.

MR. WALKER: You have committed multiple crimes against myself —

MR. KIMBERLIN: I asked a simple question. Yes, or no.

MR. WALKER: — and my wife. And so I have sought justice against you. That is correct

He also tried get me to admit to writing blog posts saying that he should be arrested.

MR. KIMBERLIN: So, you have — have you ever — have you wanted to get me arrested? Have you asked that I be arrested?

MR. OSTRONIC: Objection.

MR. KIMBERLIN: Have you ever stated —

THE COURT: Overruled.

MR. KIMBERLIN: — on your blog that you want me arrested?

MR. HOGE: Not to my knowledge. I have no recollection of ever saying that on my blog.

Now it is true that both Aaron Walker and I have filed Applications for Statement of Charges against TDPK, and various District Court Commissioners charged him with various misdemeanors. Those charges resulted in summonses not arrest warrants. AFAIK, the only person who filed any charge that might have resulted in his arrest was Mrs. Kimberlin.

For the record, let me state again that my goal is to see Brett Kimberlin brought to justice. Whether that requires his arrest is not up to me.

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Speaking of failures, this was the status of the @itstime_2020 Twitter account at 11 pm ET Saturday—

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


At the end of August, 2013, Brett Kimberlin made the worst mistake in his campaign of brass knuckles reputation management via lawfare: He sued me. One of his claims in that suit was that I had defamed him, and one of ways he alleged that I had defamed him was by calling him a pedophile. Seven years ago today, I published this TKPOTD.

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Words have meaning.

pe·do·phile noun \ˈpe-də-ˌfī(-ə)l, ˈpē-\
: one affected with pedophilia

pe·do·phil·ia noun \ˈpe-də-ˈfi-lē-ə, ˈpē-\
: sexual perversion in which children are the preferred sexual object

Brett Kimberlin objects to being called a pedophile. Let’s consider the evidence.

When Brett Kimberlin was trying to get a music career going during his first parole back in the ’90s, he wrote and recorded a couple of songs, Teen Dream and Waiting to Meet. Both are about having sex with underage girls. Kimberlin said this about Teen Dream

I say things a lot of people are afraid to say. Yeah, Teen Dream is about fucking a teenage girl. Every guy who’s seen a good-looking teenage girl has thought about it.

OK, that was especially true when we men were teenage boys ourselves. It’s a more-than-a-bit weird fixation for a guy in his forties as Kimberlin was at the time.

During that same period, Brett Kimberlin married his wife. Subtracting her date of birth from the date shown on the marriage license shows that she was 16 years old at the time, that is, she was an underage teenage girl. Perhaps Brett Kimberlin will be able to convince us that they had a purely platonic relationship, but the natural assumption would be that they had a sexual relationship.

Being married to a child may “legalize” the relationship, but it does not change the child’s age. Brett Kimberlin was attracted to a teenage girl who he took as his wife while he was writing and recording songs such as Teen Dream. Gentle Reader, is it unreasonable to see that as an unhealthy preference for sex with underage girls?

I can’t publish everything that I have been told about Brett Kimberlin. A great deal of it is privileged information that may or may not come out at trial, but that information reinforces the conclusion that Brett Kimberlin is attracted to underage girls.

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Is Brett Kimberlin a pedophile? I’ve never explicitly said he is or he isn’t. I’ve said that I understand why someone would believe he is, and I’ve said that the level of confidence that I have in my opinion that he probably is approaches my confidence in Newton’s Laws of Motion.

Kimberlin sued me for defamation, alleging that one of the ways I defamed him was by falsely calling him a pedophile. He lost that lawsuit and three others because he could not offer any evidence that what I said was false. Indeed, his first case was so flimsy, that the judge stopped the trial when Kimberlin rested his case and granted my defendants and me a directed verdict in our favor. We didn’t even have to put on a defense. None of the subsequent suits made it past motions to dismiss.

Some of the privileged information that I was unable to share in 2013 has come out over the years. None of it has been good for Kimberlin’s reputation, and in 2015 and 2016, a court granted motions to dismiss for failure to state a claim upon which relief could be granted in one Kimberlin’s defamation suits because his reputation was so bad that he was defamation proof.

Meanwhile, I’m not done with him yet, but it looks as if Twitter is. As of 10 pm ET Friday evening, the @itstime_2020 account still had no followers.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


Ah, the Third of September, a dual anniversary. It was on 3 September, 2012, that a person I then referred to as “Some bozo calling himself the Liberal Grouch” came to my attention by threatening. to sue Aaron Walker for defamation. And on this date in 2015, the first defendants were dismissed from Brett Kimberlin’s RICO Retread LOLsuit. I reported on the 2015 hearing in this post titled A Mixed Bag.

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Here’s a brief summary of this morning’s hearing in the Kimberlin v. Most of the Universe, et al. RICO Retread LOLsuit.

The Dread Pro-Se Kimberln was sanctioned for $760 in attorney’s fees because he was a no-show at the previous hearing.

The case was dismissed against Michelle Malkin, Twitchy, Breitbart, Glenn Beck, The Blaze, and Mercury Radio Arts for lack of person jurisdiction.

Aaron Walker was told to refile his motion to dismiss for technical reasons.

TDPK has been given 15 days to try to figure out how to properly amend his complaint to get around my motion to dismiss for improper venue.

More details later.

UPDATE—The dismissals for Michelle Malkin and the others were also based on Kimberlin’s failure to state a claim upon which relief can be granted.

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IIRC, Bill Schmalfeldt never got around to suing Aaron Walker, but Aaron did successfully represent two of the defendants in one of the Cabin Boy’s™ LOLsuits.

Oh, and one of the grounds for dismissal of the RICO Retread LOLsuit for failure to state a claim upon which relief could be granted was that the court found that Brett Kimberlin’s reputation was so bad that he was defamation proof, that is was not possible to defame him.

Meanwhile, the @ItsTime_2020 Twitter account still didn’t have any followers as of 10 pm ET Wednesday evening.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


Well, there’s actually been some new material posted over at Brett Kimberlin’s latest attempt at relevance, itstime2020 dot org, his anti-Trump website. A piece titled Reagan’s Shining City On The Hill was posted on 28 August. It must not be attracting much attention because the site’s Global Popularity Rating is stuck at 14,881,717.

The gist of the post is that President Trump has defiled Ronald Reagan’s vision of America as a shining city on a hill, and it includes a video clip from President Reagan’s farewell address intercut with video of 2020 street scenes from Democrat run cities. Although the obvious intention of the post and the video is to hurt Donald Trump, it could easily be run as a pro-Trump ad. The only tweaks required would be adding the “I’m Donald Trump, and I approve this message” tagline and an opening title slide reading Democrat Cities 2020.

Brett Kimberlin lost all those LOLsuits because he couldn’t put together cogent arguments to support his claims. Indeed, many of his arguments actually strengthened his opponents defenses. He’s doing no better with political ads.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


Before he tried and failed at suing me, Brett Kimberlin tried and failed to have me charged with several crimes. The TKPOTD from seven years ago today describes what happened to those bogus charges.

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The Gentle Reader who has been following The Saga of The Dread Pedo Kimberlin over this summer may remember that in late July he filed bogus harassment charges against Aaron Walker and me apparently for publishing true information about him and for attending open court proceedings where he was a party.

In my case, the charges were facially false because they covered a time period before I had anything to do with Brett Kimberlin.

Normally, when charges are filed and a District Court Commissioner finds there is probable cause, a summons or warrant is issued. The online court records showed that a summons was issued in my case, but I was never served. A trip to the Commissioner’s Office in Rockville revealed there was some sort of hold placed on the case and that the Application for Statement of Charges was not available. A later trip to the District Court Clerk’s Office revealed that the paperwork was at the State’s Attorney’s Office with a note on the file that the charge would be nolle prossed. The charge was dropped, and the records have been expunged. I won’t be able to find out exactly what TDPK claimed I did with the records expunged.

That’s good news and it’s bad news. The good news is there is now nothing on my record.

The bad news is that because there’s nothing on my record, I probably don’t have standing for a civil suit.

And there may be some other good news. It looks as if the justice system in Montgomery County has figured out who they’re dealing with when Brett Kimberlin tries to file charges, a serial liar who can’t lawfully testify in a Maryland court to any accusation he makes.

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The State’s Attorney’s Office may have thought that they were doing me a favor by having the charges expunged, but they were wrong. I had to go to court to get the record unsealed so that I could sue Kimberlin for malicious prosecution. I would have let the matter lie, but the Kimberlins filed a second set of false charges against me in 2015, so I decided that some pushback was in order.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


Let’s continue with the FINTEL thread of yesterday’s TKPOTD. Here’s the TKPOTD from three years ago today.

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In yesterday’s TKPOTD I described The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin’s startled reaction when I asked him, “What is Fintel?” He sat with his hands shaking for several seconds before he could come up with any sort of answer. Subpoenas to the server farm operator hosting the web domains of almightymedia dot org and breitbartunmasked dot com in early 2015 show that the servers were both paid for by Fintel Associates in San Antonio, Texas, and that the contact person associated with the account was named Kimberly Phillips.

It had already been shown that breitbartunmasked dot com and jtmp dot org were hosted on the same server along with a wide range of Kimberlin-related websites in 2015. In fact, the Breitbart Unmasked Bunny Billy Boy Unread website was co-hosted with the other Kimberlin-related sites until a DMCA takedown notice forced it to flee to an off-shore server.

Let’s rewind the tape to March, 2015.

On 6 March, 2015, TDPK filed his false peace order petition against me. On Friday the 13th of March, the petition was denied by the District Court in Montgomery County. On the 15th and 16th, the documents below were found on the website of the Texas Secretary of State.

They show that someone filed an application to register Almighty Media as a not-for-profit corporation in Texas just after midnight on the 14th and that the certificate of formation was withdrawn before it could be processed—and it was returned to Kimberly D’Anjou Harris Phillips in San Antonio on Monday the 16th.

Hmmmm.

Also, TDPK filed his Kimberlin v. Hunton & Williams LLP, et al. (I) RICO 2: Electric Boogaloo LOLsuit on 16 March, 2015, and Judge Hazel dismissed all but one count (against Patrick Frey) of the Kimberlin v. The Universe, et al. RICO Madness LOLsuit on the 17th.

Another thing that happened in March, 2015, is that TDPK discovered that the registered agent for the National Bloggers Club had failed to make some filings with the Texas Secretary on State, so Kimberlin moved to take over the registration of that corporate name. The Gentle Reader may remember that the Cabin Boy™ had a Twitter account styling himself as President of the National Bloggers Club.

Given that bit of history, the Gentle Reader may be able to surmise why a member of the Vast Hogwash! Research Organization came to be scrutinizing business filings in Texas.

Stay tuned.

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BTW, the almightymedia dot org website is still up and hosted on the same Fintel Associates server that hosts the derelict velvetrevolution dot us site.

And as of 11:50 pm ET Monday, the @ItsTime_2020 Twitter account has no followers.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


OPSEC is a military acronym for Operation Security. Team Kimberlin’s OPSEC is very poor as the TKPOTD from three years ago today demonstrates.

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The document below was filed by the Kimberlins as part of a cross appeal in the Walker v. Maryland, et al. case in the Maryland Court of Special Appeals. it contains emails which I showed to Brett Kimberlin during the Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. trial and which he identified as being his.

Here are blowups of the address blocks.

Note the BCC addressee: Fintel

When I asked The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin, “What is Fintel?”, he was stunned for a few seconds and finally responded that it was an address he sent email that he wanted to save. When I asked, “So you are Fintel?”, he stammered a bit of a non-response.

I think he had suddenly realized that he had screwed up big time. The emails did not wind up being admitted into evidence because the judge did not allow me to pursue the line of questioning I was trying to develop. However, the Gentle Reader may remember that the Breitbart Unmasked Bunny Billy Boy Unread About page used to say that BU is owned by Almighty Media. Almighty Media also has another website, the rather neglected almightmedia dot com. As part of my search for the address of Almighty Media for service of process in the recent lawsuit, I issued the following subpoena to its/their web hosting provider.

TDPK filed a motion to quash the subpoena. That motion was denied, but wouldn’t have made any difference. The service provider had promptly provided the billing information which was identical to the the current billing information for the server hosting breitbartunmasked dot com and jtmp dot org.

Fintel Associates?

Hmmmmm.

Stay tuned.

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Delusions of competence is a phase that comes to mind.

Oh, and as of 11:51 pm ET Sunday evening—

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


Past performance is no guarantee of future results, but it’s the way to bet—

Dope Smuggling—caught, pleaded guilty

Serial Bombing—caught, convicted, paroled, sentence expires in 2030

Pro-Se Lawfare—four state defamation LOLsuits, one fraudulent default judgment, one directed verdict for defendants, two dismissals

Pro-Se Lawfare—six peace order petitions, all denied

Pro-Se Lawfare—five false criminal complaints, all dropped for lack of evidence

Pro-Se Lawfare—five federal LOLsuits, all dismissed

Music Career—neither of the bands Epoxy nor Op-Critical was successful

Election Protection 2016—Trump won

Dirt Digging 2017—got scammed by fake financial records

Election Protection 2020—as of 10:05 pm ET yesterday @ItsTime_2020 still didn’t have a single follower.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


There’s been a bit of growth in Brett Kimberlin’s online footprint. The server in Holland that has been hosting his offshore sites supports five domains. Here they are—

beitbartunmasked dot com

empr dot media

greencasamaryland dot org

kelsiekimberlin dot com

itstime2020 dot org

The DONATE button works at itstime2020 dot org, and the DONATE button at protectourelections dot org now links to the itstime2020 donation account.

Oh, and there’s a Twitter account too!Note that the Twitter account is at least a month-and-a-half old and that, as of 9pm ET yesterday, it still had no followers.

It kinda looks like yet another attempt by Brett Kimberlin to be a player is failing.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


In yesterday’s TKPOTD, I mentioned that there seemed to be several interesting items contained in the 2018 IRS Form 990 filed by Justice Through Music Project. For example, the form lists Jeffrey Cohen as Executive Director when it appears that he left the organization in 2017.

Here’s something else I found interesting, the Signature Block on the form— Compare it with the Form filed for the tax year 2016 which was actually filed in November, 2017—Now, compare them both with the Signature Block from the form for tax year 2014 which was filed in November, 2015—I find the differences interesting. The Gentle Reader may come to his own conclusions.

UPDATE—Corrected the date of the third signature block.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


The IRS has finally caught up with posting online copies of 2018 Form 990s. Here’s a link to the return from Justice Through Music Project. I would normally post it to Scribd, but that site is currently having issues processing some uploads.

JTMP 2018 redacted

One thing I found interesting is that Jeffrey Cohen is still listed as the Executive Director, but when I attempted to send correspondence to him and serve a subpoena on Justice Through Music Project through him in 2017, it appeared that he was no longer with the organization.I’m sure there are other interesting tidbits contained in the filing, and the Gentle Readers are encouraged to see what they can find.