Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

The 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.

RICO Remnant LOLsuit News

Judge Hazel has asked for additional briefing on a matter related to summary judgment in the Kimberlin v. Frey RICO Remnant LOLsuit.

I have to admit that Judge Hazel is not proceeding as I foresaw. He appears to be taking a different route that may lead to the same destination.


Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

An interesting timeline—

1 April—The Cabin Boy™ takes a picture of his SUV with two flat tires.

2 April—The Cabin Boy™ files his vandalism report with the Clinton, Iowa, Police Department.

4 April—Show Cause Order served on the Cabin Boy™ by the Clinton County Sheriff’s Office.

6 April—Vandalism investigation closed by Clinton PD.

10 April—Cabin Boy™ files his “contempt” motion.

It’s been a while since that motion was supposedly filed, but nothing has appeared on the Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. online docket. Did the Cabin Boy™ forget to enclose the $32 filing fee for a contempt petition with his motion?

Everything is proceeding as I have foreseen.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

The Gentle Reader will likely remember that I usually tag posts about motions or oppositions or replies with a line about not saying anything substantive until after the court has ruled. This arrived in the mail on Saturday, …

… and since Judge Hecker denied the Kimberlin’s underlying motion last week, I’m gonna comment.

First of all: Bwahahahahahahahaha!

Now, let’s go through this filing paragraph by paragraph.

1. While I did argue that moving the case with discovery coming to a close would be a bad idea and disruptive, the reason that is so has nothing to do with the Kimberlins’ foot dragging per se. Rather the time to make such a move is in the earliest days of a case. It’s too late now. Notice that they expect more motions to compel, a tacit admission that they have been playing games with discovery.

2. It’s nice of them to admit that they were blowing smoke about calling Assistant State’s Attorney Grote and Judge Stansfield as witnesses.

3. While the Cabin Boy™ has been able to attend hearings via Skype, I have been advised that there is no provision in the Rules to allow for a remote appearance of a party during a trial unless he is represented by counsel who is present in the courtroom. Either he or his lawyer must stand before the judge during the trial. I haven’t heard anything about Schmalfeldt hiring a lawyer.

4. The Walker v. Kimberlin case has a final judgment at the Circuit Court level, and the case docket is at the Court of Special Appeals in Annapolis.

5. There are plenty of judges on the Circuit Court who are aware of what’s been going on with respect to Brett Kimberlin’s lawsuits against me. I’ll bet The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin is glad that Judge Eric Johnson has retiredt. Also, he probably doesn’t want to face Judges Mason, Rupp, Rubin, Ryon, or McGann again.

6. There are more than three defendants left.

7. Oh, poor babies. At least there’s plenty of free parking near the Carroll County Circuit Courthouse. I’ve probably spent several hundred bucks just on parking near the Rockville courthouses since 2013 when TDPK started filing bogus criminal charges, lawsuits, and a peace order against me. Don’t get me started on billable hours lost.

8. They’re lying.

9. They’re lying, and no one has believed Kimberlin since Judge Johnson ruled in 2012 that no assault occurred.

10. They’re lying.

11. If someone has been stalking or harassing the Kimberlins, I hope the cops catch whoever is doing it. However, I’ll bet it’s the same imaginary criminal who vandalized the Cabin Boy’s™ tires.

12. Uh, huh. Could it be that TDPK sees extra security not because Aaron Walker is in the courthouse but because the Speedway Bomber is there?

13. Oh, their concern trolling about my witness list is sooooo special. If they’d like something to keep themselves awake at night, the Kimberlins should ponder what I’ve been pondering over who saw what when. They might be shocked to learn what witnesses I’ve uncovered. They could have asked me in discovery.

Everything is proceeding as I have foreseen.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

And so discovery has ended in the Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit. None of the defendants sought discovery from me, and they were quite parsimonious with what they produced in response to my request. I spent a good chunk of yesterday cataloging the documents that Brett Kimberlin provided.

Of the 73 documents … “Hold, it Hoge,” I hear the Gentle Reader cry. “Didn’t you say there were 93 documents submitted?” Yes, that was the original inventory count, but some of them were duplicates, and some of the single sheets combined with others to make multipage documents. As I was saying, … of the 73 documents, most had nothing to do with the facts or law of the suit. I wound up putting them in five bins.

The first, which overflowed, contained documents that either had no connection to me or which only mentioned my name in passing.

The second contained documents relating to matters that had already been adjudicated before May, 2015, and cannot be used to support a defense against either malicious prosecution count or the defamation counts.

The third contained document about events which happened after May, 2015, and cannot be used to support a defense about the either malicious prosecution count or the defamation counts.

The fourth bin contained documents that might relate to something I did during the time frame in question, but that do not seem connected to the issues in the lawsuit. For example, one document shows that I looked at some unknown persons LinkedIn profile on some unknown date. Another shows that the business address for jointly-held copyright is the same as my residence address. Another shows that the State of Maryland has opened several criminal cases against Bill Schmalfeldt. And so on.

The fifth bin contained items such as the forged tweets that The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin has been bandying about since the first peace order hearing in 2015. He’s yet to get them received in to evidence by a Circuit Court judge who formally enforces the rules of evidence.

Dispositive motions are due on the 28th. I have some typing to do.