Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

I was going through some boxes in the basement and found some old newspapers from the ’70s and ’80s that had been kept because the contained stories about various family and friends. While I was looking through the papers, I took a look at their comic pages. One of the funnies that caught my eye was a strip from The Wizard of Id. One of the characters in the strip was the king of Id, a pint-sized despot drawn to look like the king on a playing card. The strip that I noticed featured a recurring character called The Lone Haranguer who was yelling, “The king is a fink!”

That reminded me of the TKPOTD from eight years ago today which was about a sawed-off despot wannabe who was fink.

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fink noun \ˈfiŋk\ : 1 informer. 2 one who betrays a trust.

When it suits his purpose, Brett Kimberlin will rat out someone else. This is from the decision of the Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit in United States v. Sarmiento-Perez, [724 F.2d 898 (1984)]:

Appellant was also connected to the cocaine transaction by his admission to Brett Kimberlin, his cellmate. Kimberlin testified that appellant admitted his involvement in a drug transaction that appellant claimed to have gotten involved in as a favor for someone in his family. Kimberlin also testified that he vaguely remembered appellant telling him that the cocaine was in appellant’s car or in the car’s trunk.

Some people are willing to throw others under the bus.

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I wonder if Sarmiento-Perez’s lawyers knew to impeach Kimberlin’s credibility because of his prior perjury conviction.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

One of the sillier claims that Brett Kimberlin makes related to his recently filed case with the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals of some of his Speedway Bomber convictions is that the charges for being a felon in possession of explosives should be thrown out because (I’m not making this up) the government can’t prove that he knew that he was a felon as a result of his perjury conviction.

In a lower court, Appellant argued that his conviction for the simultaneous receipt of explosives and blasting caps could not stand under Rehaif [a 2019 case] because he was a mere teen who had only served two weeks in the county jail on a perjury charge, so there was no way he could know that he was a convicted felon.

Kimberlin’s understanding of his status as a felon has already been examined by the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals. Here’s a bit from one of that court’s decisions on one of his appeals related to the Speedway Bomber convictions. United States v. Kimberlin, 805 F.2d 210 (7th Cir. 1986). Kimberlin had asserted that allowing the jury to hear about his previous conviction prejudiced them against him. The court disagreed.

Defendant testified. During direct examination he testified that he had been convicted of perjury. Defendant argues that the government improperly inquired on cross-examination concerning the details of the offense. On direct, for the obvious purpose of minimizing the offense, and its impact on the jury, defendant testified he was convicted when he had just turned eighteen, the grand jury was investigating drug abuse at the high school, and no lawyer was with him when questioned before the grand jury. Apparently believing that the door had been opened, the prosecutor inquired whether the perjury consisted of telling the grand jury he had not sold LSD to certain persons when in fact he had done so. The answer was affirmative. No objection was made. We think there was no plain error, if error at all.

After he lost the Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. nuisance LOLsuit in 2014, Kimberlin promised that his enemies would see lawsuits “for the rest of their lives.” He took a break after losing Kimberlin v. National Bloggers Club, et al. (I), Kimberlin v. National Bloggers Club (II), Kimberlin v. Hunton & Williams, et al. (I), Kimberlin v. Hunton & Williams, et al. (II), Kimberlin v. Hoge, Kimberlin v. McConnell, et al., and Kimberlin v. Breitbart Holdings, et al.—but since 2018 he’s had this case going against the United States.

Even with all our troubles, I suspect that the United States will outlive Brett Kimberlin. Perhaps his curse of lifelong LOLsuits has boomeranged.

Stay tuned.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

As I noted yesterday, The Dread Deadbeat Pyrotechnician Kimberlin is trying to wriggle out of some of his Speedway Bombing convictions via an appeal he’s trying to get going at the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals. He was supposed to file a Transcript Information Sheet with the court on the 4th. He filed this instead:

Rather than comment, I’ll just rerun this episode of Yours Truly, Johnny Atsign.

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Johnny Atsign Logo 2ANNOUNCER: From Westminster, it’s time for—

SOUND: Old fashioned telephone bell rings four times.

JOHNNY: (Groggy) Johnny Atsign.

PRO BONO: (Telephone Filter) Good morning, Johnny. Did I wake you?

JOHNNY: Ah, yeah. It’s 5 o’clock out here on the West Coast.

PRO BONO: (Telephone Filter) Sorry about that, but this is important. You’re done out there, aren’t you?

JOHNNY: I’ve run down all the leads we’ve got.

PRO BONO: (Telephone Filter) OK. Look, I’ve got you booked on a 9 am flight from LAX to Chicago. There’s more digging to do there.

MUSIC: Theme up and under.

ANNOUNCER: The Lickspittle Broadcasting System presents W. J. J. Hoge in the transcribed adventures of the man with the action-packed Twitter account, America’s fabulous free-lance Internet investigator …

JOHNNY: Yours Truly, Johnny Atsign!

MUSIC: Theme up to music out. Continue reading

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

Brett Kimberlin is trying to get some of his Speedway Bomber convictions set aside via an appeal to the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals. He wants the court to assign a lawyer to handle his case for free.

Well, it’s certainly true that a qualified lawyer would do an infinitely better job than The Dread Deadbeat Pro-Se Kimberlin in presenting an ethical case to the court

I’m keeping an eye on this case.

Stay tuned.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

During March, 2020, I posted these TKPODs (one, two, three) about an appeal Brett Kimberlin filed in his Speedway Bomber cases in 2018. He was seeking to have some of his convictions set aside, and his request was denied except for one minor point.

On 20 April, The Dread Deadbeat Pro-Se Kimberlin filed an appeal with the Seventh Circuit. Here’s his paperwork so far—

I’ll keep watch on this appeal.

Stay tuned.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

During 2016, a great percentage of the LOLsuit Brett Kimberlin had filed were in the process of being dismissed by a lower court of having an appeal denied. The TKPOTD from five years ago today dealt with Kimberlin’s certiorari petition to the Maryland Court of Appeals in the Kimberlin v. Walker nuisance suit.

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5 May, 16 May, 23 May, 28 May, 6 June, 13 June.

Tick, tock.

Oh, I almost forgot. The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin has filed this petition for writ of certiorari with the Maryland Court of Appeals.

I’m leaving comments open, but don’t educate the midget by correcting his errors of law. OTOH, feel free to point out the … lawyers call them misstatements of fact … we engineers call them lies … the lies you find.

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The petition was denied, and Kimberlin had the good sense not to attempt to appeal the the Supreme Court.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

The TKPOTD from seven years ago today offered a partial explanation of why much of the reporting about Brett Kimberlin and his activities often seemed more than a little odd.

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This is from a reply to one of The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin’s pleadings in the Kimberlin v. The Universe, et al. RICO Madness.ECF 59-p6

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I couldn’t make that stuff up if I tried.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

We can put one more mark in Brett Kimberlin’s loss column.

One of the LOLsuits to which Brett Kimberlin was tangentially connected via his Protect Our Elections operation was the Public Citizen v. FEC case. Six years ago, Hogewash! ran a post about Public Citizen, et al. v. Federal Election Commission, et al. which showed how Kimberlin was tied to the suit. On 17 March, 2021, summary judgment was granted in favor of the defendants. The 2015 post is below, followed by the recent summary judgment order.

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There’s been some questions about that FEC case The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin keeps referring to in some of his court filings. Here’s the caption of the original complaint:CaptionThe case number is 14-CV-148. The suit alleges that the Federal Election Commission didn’t properly investigate spending by Karl Rove’s organization Crossroad GPS.ECF 1-7Brett Kimberlin’s connections to the case are vial ProtectOurElections dot org (which is one of the Justice Through Music Project/VelvetRevolution.US fundraising websites) and Kevin Zeese (who TDPK has described as legal counsel to his organizations).ECF 1-11ECF 1-13Currently, there is a pending motion for summary judgment filed by Crossroads GPS which has joined the case as an intervenor/defendant. That motion was fully briefed as of 7 April.

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BTW, 17 March, 2021, was the sixth anniversary of the dismissal of the RICO Madness Kimberlin v. The Universe, et al. LOLsuit.

Heh.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

Seven years ago, Karoli Kuns had a long piece up at Crooks and Liars that spun a false tale about how I was using Maryland’s peace order statue to harass and oppress Bill Schmalfeldt. Of course, her story was utter nonsense, an inversion of what Brett Kimberlin had done to Aaron Walker and would later try to do to me. I responded to her and to Matt Osborne (who made the mistake of trying to pile on too) with a post titled On Justice.

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“No fair!”

Every one of us has said it beginning from the time we were small children. Human beings seem to be wired with a predisposition to fairness. Indeed, evolutionary psychologists like Jonathan Haidt believe that the moral sense of fairness is a universal human trait. Outrage is a normal, heathy response to unfair treatment. We want the world to be set to rights. We want justice in what seems to be an unjust world.

As a Christian, I believe that the source of justice is God. It says in Genesis that we were created in His image, so it makes sense to me that more we allow ourselves to be led by the Holy Spirit to be what God intends for us to be, the more we would desire justice. Sometimes Christians are called to deal with the grander problems of the world—think of William Wilberforce, Desmond Tutu, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, and Martin Luther King, Jr.—but, most of the the time, most of us deal with the seemingly smaller injustices of the world. Sometimes a Christian is called to stand up to a bully.

Bill Schmalfeldt is a such a bully. For years, he has harassed others on the Internet, and no one was able to bring him to justice. That task seems to have fallen to me.

Schmalfeldt’s surprised reaction has been to whine, “No fair! You hit me back.” However, even that’s not strictly true. I haven’t taken personal revenge on him. I’ve reported him to the proper authorities and left any action taken to them.

The real question I face is not what Jesus thinks of my allegedly sadistic treatment of Bill Schmalfeldt. That question is based in the false premise that I am the sadist in the interactions between us. No, the real question is what Jesus would think of my failure to stand up a thug like Schmalffeldt who is bullying others.

Has my response to Schmalfeldt been perfect? Probably not. But my conscience is clear. It would not be if I had failed to step in between him and some of his victims.

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Karoli still has me blocked on Twitter.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

Generally speaking, a false statement that injures someone’s reputation may be grounds for a defamation lawsuit. However, certain statements are privileged and cannot give rise to a defamation claim. Statements made by a judge, a witness, or a party to a lawsuit that part of the court’s proceedings enjoy such a privilege. The TKPOTD from six years ago today was about Brett Kimberlin’s use of that privilege to attempt to smear his perceived enemies.

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This is from the Kimberlin v Team Themis, et al. RICO2 Electric Boogaloo LOLsuit.Themis ECF 1-58Brett Kimberlin knows that nothing in that paragraph is true, and he knows that I can prove that it is all false. Court filings are privileged against defamation claims, but saying or writing the same words in any other context would leave him wide open for a libel suit.

popcorn4bkThe Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin won’t publish those words in anything other than one of his vexatious LOLsuits, and members of Team Kimberlin who have been less careful may soon have a reason to be more concerned about …

Stay tuned.

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What Kimberlin missed was that false statement that are privileged with respect to defamation may still wind up supporting causes of action for abuse of process or malicious prosecution.

OTOH, his first conviction almost 50 years ago was for perjury, and that didn’t cure him of his lying in court.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

Lies can have serious consequences. This TKPOTD from eight years ago today dealt with the fallout of an early lie Brett Kimberlin told during a legal proceeding.

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So far this year, there have been over 700 hits on my original Who is Brett Kimberlin? post from last May. Clearly, there are people stopping by who aren’t familiar with the Saga of The Dread Pirate Kimberlin, so over the next few days, I’ll be posting some highlights of his career.

In May of 1972, a few days before he turned 18, Brett Kimberlin was indicted on a charge of selling cocaine. The charge was handled as a juvenile matter. In October, 1972, during testimony before a grand jury, Brett Kimberlin said that he had not sold LSD. In November, 1973, Brett Kimberlin was convicted as an adult of perjury relating to that grand jury testimony. That was his first felony conviction.

Kimberlin maintained that the two individuals he was accused of selling LSD to were actually manufacturing LSD, but the prosecutor in the case didn’t believe that. On p. 316 of Citizen K, Mark Singer writes:

The government’s general impression of Kimberlin was corroborated by Tim Young, who told me Brett was his source in several “multithousand-hit deals.”

“I probably sold fifty to seventy-five thousand hits of acid in my life, over a year and a half period,” Young said. “Purple microdot and orange sunshine are two that I remember. How much from Brett? All of it. I don’t remember ever buying acid from anybody but Brett. He sold it to me about ten thousand hits at a time. If he said he never sold acid, he’s a lying [redacted]. Guarantee.”

A lying [redacted]. My experience tends to confirm that view.

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The Gentle Reader may remember that Mrs. Hoge received her B.A. in Audio Production from Indiana University in Bloomington, the town where The Dread Deadbeat Pusher Kimberlin started his career as drug dealer. While I was dating her in 1978, I happened to cross paths with both individuals Kimberlin tried to frame with LSD manufacturing. No one I’ve met who knew them when they were dealing LSD believed they were capable of running a manufacturing operation. No one ever said anything that might have corroborated The Dread Deadbeat Perjurer Kimberlin’s story.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

This TKPOTD from six years ago today asked an interesting question.

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Well, Brett Kimberlin certainly will be busy with legal matters for the next few weeks and months. Just look at the case load.

Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. nuisance lawsuit appeal to the Maryland Court of Special Appeals
Kimberlin v. Frey, the remnant of the RICO Madness case in U. S. District Court
Kimberlin v. The Universe, et al. RICO Madness appeal to the Fourth Circuit
Kimberlin v. Home Depot which looks as if it will be consolidated with cases in Atlanta
Kimberlin o/b/o Jane Doe v. Hoge peace order appeal in Montgomery Co. Circuit Court
Kimberlin v. Team Themis, et al. RICO2: Electric Boogaloo in U. S. District Court

… and last but not least …

Kimberlin v. National Bloggers Club, et al. Indiana Bomber and the LOLsuit of Doom just filed in Montgomery County Circuit Court

popcorn4bkKinda makes you wonder when he has time for his day job.

BTW, I’m a named defendant in five of those lawsuits. That’s going to make it much easier to go after The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin as a vexatious litigant.

Stay tuned.

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It turn out that filing all those LOLsuits was Kimberlin’s day job. At least, that’s what he told the U. S. District Court in his complaint in the Kimberlin v. McConnell et al. LOLsuit.Yeah. Right.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

Some people are so detached from Reality that they act is if facts don’t matter. It’s as if they believe that they spin whatever narrative they wish, and the Real World should fall in line with their stories. The TKPOTD from four years ago today dealt with on of Brett Kimberlin’s false narratives.

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he Kimberlins alleged in their most recent filing that I did not moderate any of the comments submitted for the 17 April, 2017, TKPOTD. They are wrong. In fact, I deleted three comments. Two failed to meet my standards for decorum. One made a comment about a member of someone’s family who I consider to be off-limits. I also didn’t let two comments from a newbie through moderation because they were obscene.

The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin seems to be making it up as he goes along, and he isn’t doing a very good job of piecing together a believable story.

Everything is proceeding as I have foreseen.

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Lying liars gotta lie. We don’t have to believe them.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

This TKPOTD is from five years ago today.

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There’s been a disturbance in the Farce, and something has proceeded in a way I didn’t foresee.

popcorn4bkThe Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin has filed a petition for a writ of certiorari with the Maryland Court of Appeals (the state’s highest court) seeking an appeal of his loss in the Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. nuisance LOLsuit in the Circuit Court and the Court of Special Appeals affirming of that loss. I really thought that TDPK would have been smart enough to know when his licked. Apparently, he’s dumber than I thought.

I should have bought more popcorn futures.

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Of course, his petition for the writ was denied. Losing losers gotta lose.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

This TKPOTD first ran eight years ago today.

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One of the latest efforts of Brett Kimberlin’s Velvet Revolution US is a website called NRA Watch (No, I won’t link to it.) that is advocating for stricter gun control, including a ban on modern sporting rifles such as the AR15 and standard capacity magazines. Hold that thought while you read the following passage from page 173 of Mark Singer’s Citizen K:

To counter Kimberlin’s claim that he was temperamentally incapable of violence (“not prone to assaultive behavior”), for instance, the government cited the array of weapons that had been seized during the drug bust in Texas. Among them was a .22-caliber semiautomatic pistol equipped with a silencer. The testimony of Bixler placed this gun in Kimberlin’s hands, along with the half-dozen AR-15s he said he had bought the defendant.

At the time that he was busted while trying to smuggle 5 tons of dope in Texas, Brett Kimberlin was already a convicted felon, and it was illegal for him to possess any firearm. Did that law stop him? Straw purchases were against the law then as now. Did that stop him?

Do you think that he would have complied with a 10-round magazine limit for the AR15s he wasn’t supposed to have?

Me neither.

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It seems that some criminals just won’t obey gun control laws. BTW, this post also ran that same day.

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Five Pinocchios for Joe Biden

Joe Biden invents bogus illegal gun buyer statistics on the fly. Video here.

Such blatant misrepresentation of the facts earns five out of a possible four pinocchios.5pinocs

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Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

Brett Kimberlin is one of the least appealing persons I have ever met, but the I asked the question “Is #BrettKimberlin Appealing?” in this post from six years ago today.

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He thinks so.

I’ll have more to say after I finish laughing.

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The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals dismissed his appeal as untimely because the entire case he filed in the District Court had not been closed. When I was finally able to file an appeal, he lost it too.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

Brett Kimberlin has made some amazingly stupid statements in the course of his campaign of lawfare. The TKPOTD from six years ago today detailed one of them.

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The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin has told Judge Hazel that he (the judge) found that Kimberlin’s state law claims were viable. He included this line describing his version of the court’s finding in his most recent letter to the court.ECF 274-p1IANAL, so I’m not sure of the correct legal term is for such a statement, but in engineering it would be referred to as bullshit. The court made no such finding. Here’s what Judge Hazel wrote.ECF 263-p34res_judicata_mugsJudge Hazel’s saying that the state law claims were outside of his jurisdiction and that he intended for the federal court to mind its own business is not the same thing as saying those claims are valid. Indeed, he expressed no opinion on the state law claims other than to note that they might be barred by “res judicata and/or collateral estoppel.” Meanwhile, Maryland Rule 2-101(b) allows a 30-day window to file the claims in a state court after the dismissal by a federal court for lack of jurisdiction. Time is up at close of business on Thursday. If TDPK does file something before the window closes, I look forward to using that suit as further evidence of his vexatiousness.

Tick, tock.

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Wishful thinking cannot bend Reality.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

Kimberlin’s empr dot media website continues to muddle along, but almost all of the news stories seem to relate to the quasi-war between Ukraine and Russia and COVID in Ukraine. Both are reasonable stories to be tracking, but … well, I’ll need to do a bit more research before I say more.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

This TKPOTD from five years ago today analyzes one of the reason why Brett Kimberlin’s lawfare has been doomed for failure.

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In yesterday’s TKPOTD, I pointed out how Team Kimberlin’s lack of understanding of the principles of warfare has rendered their lawfare campaign ineffective. Today, we’ll look at an example of a failure to properly apply the principle of maneuver.

Maneuver – Place the enemy in a position of disadvantage through the flexible application of combat power. Maneuver is the movement of forces in relation to the enemy to gain positional advantage. Effective maneuver keeps the enemy off balance and protects the force. It is used to exploit successes, to preserve freedom of action, and to reduce vulnerability. It continually poses new problems for the enemy by rendering his actions ineffective, eventually leading to defeat.

—U. S. Army FM 3-0

Let’s consider how The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin failed to place his opponents in a position of disadvantage during the discovery process in the Kimberlin v. Frey RICO Remnant LOLsuit. He served requests for production of documents on Patrick Frey and tried to serve subpoenas for documents on Aaron Walker and me. It’s clear that he was fishing for discrepancies in order to play “gotcha” games. However, his service of the subpoenas was defective. Aaron elected to ignore his subpoena, and when TDPK filed a motion to compel, it was denied because of the defective service. (Judge Hazel’s Letter Order spelled out what was wrong: TDPK had served the subpoena himself in violation of Rule 45.) I let TDPK  have the responsive documents I had, hoping to avoid the hassle of a motion to compel. I was rewarded with a motion for sanctions when Kimberlin didn’t like what I was able to give him.

Undeterred, TDPK decided that he would subpoena Aaron, Aaron’s wife, and me for depositions, and on 10 March, he personally handed the Walkers’ subpoenas to Aaron and my subpoena to me. Of course, that violated Rule 45 again, so the service was invalid. Moreover, the scheduled date for the depositions was yesterday, 11 April, and discovery ended on 1 April.

At no time did Kimberlin’s actions provide him with a positional advantage. Indeed, it was he who was thrown off balance. His wound up posing new problems for himself rather than Patrick Frey or Aaron Walker or me. His own actions were ineffective and led to his defeat on the motion to compel against Aaron and will likely lead to his overall defeat in the suit.

#Loser

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And, indeed, he lost.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

The IRS is falling behind on getting the Form 990s filed by tax exempt organizations. Very few of the 2019 forms are online, and the form for Justice Through Music Project are not posted yet. I’ll post them here when they are available. Previous JTMP 990s have looked like poorly done exercises in creative accounting. Seven years ago today, Hogewash! ran this post noting that The Cabin Boy™ Makes a Valid Point about Kimberlin’s accounting practices.

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He’s right. There’s no reason to suppose that any 1099s were actually generated.@RWG201404102319Z

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Kimberlin’s Protect Our Elections/EMPR Inc lost its 501(c)4 status because of failure to keep up with required paperwork.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

Neal Rauhauser’s proposal to use pro se litigation as an inexpensive way to inflict sufficient aggravation and financial hardship on individuals and organizations on the Right which would cause them to offer favorable settlements may have looked good in theory, but it had one significant bug. It turned out that most of the defendants sued by Team Kimberlin believed that their First Amendment rights were worth defending regardless of the cost. It also had another fatal problem: no one on Team Kimberlin is a competent pro se litigator. After a bit of experience with Team Kimberlin’s shenanigans, the courts lost patience and began enforcing the applicable rules of civil procedure. This post from seven years ago today dealt with Brett Kimberlin’s recurring cry “But, You Honor, I’m Pro Se.”

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The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin repeats that whine in every court appearance and in almost every written pleading. It’s beginning to look as if he’s worn out that excuse.

Judge Joan Ryon: “Don’t even use that with me.” Kimberlin v. Walker, et al.

Judge Roger Titus: “The Plaintiff is no stranger to the processes of this Court … he commenced numerous cases in this Court  …” Kimberlin v. Kimberlin Unmasked.

TDPK is running up against the principle that “[l]iberal construction does not mean that a court can ignore a clear failure in the pleading to allege facts that set forth a claim cognizable in a federal district court.” Solomon v. Dawson, Case No. 13-CV-01951, ECF No. 5. (D. Md. 2013). That ruling was by Judge Paul Grimm.

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Judge Grimm was the judge initially assigned to the federal RICO Madness LOLsuit. He was replaced by Judge Hazel who did a reasonable job of keeping Kimberlin under control. Eventually, the District Court began assigning all of Kimberlin’s LOLsuits to Judge Hazel.

The same sort of thing happened in the state LOLsuits. The normal practice in Montgomery County is for pretrial hearings to be handled whichever judge is sitting on the day that the hearing is scheduled. Beginning with the RICO Remnant LOLsuit, all of Kimberlin’s cases were exclusively handled by Judge Mason. That meant when Kimberlin couldn’t keep his stories straight from hearing to hearing, the judge presiding was able to catch his inconsistencies.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

According Brett Kimberlin’s Parole Commission records, his combined sentence for drug smuggling and the Speedway Bomber convictions expire in 2030. The TKPOTD from eight years ago today dealt with official records related to his parole revocation in the late ’90s.

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When ever possible, I try to include primary documents or links to them in my posts. Here are three further extracts from The Dread Pirate Kimberlin’s current (as of 14 March, 2013) file with the United States Parole Commission. (There’s more than 60 pages in TDPK’s publicly available file.) Note that the file has been redacted by the government because of privacy law considerations.

The first page is from 1997 and shows that a special condition of TDPK’s parole was to begin a good faith effort to satisfy Mrs. DeLong’s judgments against TDPK for her personal injuries and the wrongful death of Mr. DeLong.

The second page is also from 1997 and shows two of the reasons why his parole was revoked. Most folks who have been following the Saga are aware that he was sent back to the slammer for stiffing Mrs. DeLong, but that was not the only reason. Note that item 1 is Kimberlin’s engaging in a fraudulent mortgage loan application.

The third page is from 1999. When his parole was revoked, he was sent back for two years. In 1999, two more years are added. The reason(s) have been redacted, but I’m willing to bet that it wasn’t because the Bureau of Prisons loved his company.

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Freedom of Information Act inquiries have turned up all sorts of interesting information about the members of Team Kimberlin.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

Team Kimberlin’s level of incompetence has been so high that they can’t get some of the most important lies in their narrative straight. The TKPOTD for four years ago today dealt with their lack of coordination on who to accuse of being Paul Krendler.

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The Cabin Boy™ and The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin need to get their stories straight. The Cabin Boy™ still clings to his belief that Patrick Grady is the anonymous blogger Paul Krendler. This is from his LOLsuit VII: Degenerations.

TDPK is still hanging on to the idea that I’m Paul Krendler. This is from the false Application for Statement of Charges that Tetyana Kimberlin filed against me in 2015. It’s in Brett Kimberlin’s handwriting.They can’t both be right, but they can both be wrong.

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Falsus in uno, falsus in omnibus.