Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


Back in December, the Maryland Court of Special Appeals returned The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin’s appeal in his Kimberlin v. National Bloggers Club, et al. (II) RICO Retread LOLsuit to him because it was defective. The court gave him until 13 January, 2017, to fix the deficiencies and resubmit the appeal or risk having it denied.

It’s now 14 January, 2017. I don’t know if TDPK got his paperwork in on time. If he did, he still has to serve two copies of everything on each of the opposing attorneys and each pro se defendant. Those document packages would be large enough to send via Parcel Post, so we may not see them until the middle of next week if he served us. Since the court is closed for the MLK holiday on Monday, we won’t be able check with the Clerk to see if a filing was received until Tuesday.

popcorn4bkDid TDPK file on time? Or was he overcome by good sense and abandoned his doomed case? Or was the cost of creating a proper appeal and serving all the required copies beyond his current means? Or did he file yet another defective piece of legal nonsense?

Tune in next week to find out.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


The Kimberlins have asked Judge Hecker to sanction me because I informed someone on their list of witnesses that they might call him to testify. I’ve opposed their motion.

My opposition speaks for itself, so I don’t intend to make any further substantive comment on the matter until after the court has ruled on the Kimberlins’ motion.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


The Kimberlins filed a second motion for summary judgement in the Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit which supposedly “corrected” the deficiencies with their first motion for summary judgment. However, the “corrected” motion was also deficient, so I filed a motion to strike it. The Kimberlins opposed my motion. Here’s my reply to their opposition.

I may have more to say about this after the court rules. Until then, my motion and reply speak for themselves.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


The Kimberlins filed an improper motion for summary judgment in the Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit which Judge Hecker denied. Next, they filed a “corrected” motion for summary judgment which was still improper, and I filed a motion to strike their “corrected” motion. The Kimberlins have filed an opposition to my motion, asserting that their special snowflake status exempts them from the Maryland Rules.

Any further substantive comment from me on the matter will be in the form of court papers that I file—at least until after the court has ruled on my motion.