Back in October, 2016, Brett Kimberlin testified under oath that he and his associates were working with the Department of Justice on election cyber security. At the end of that month, he filed a third RICO LOLsuit against Breitbart Holdings and a long list of codefendants. On of those codefendants was Steve Bannon.
About a week after filing that LOLsuit, the election that Brett Kimberlin and his associates were trying to protect occurred. Three years ago, Hogewash! ran this Summary of Election Results that showcased the failure of The
Dread Deadbeat Protector Kimberlin’s electoral efforts.
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In the top race—
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Dread Deadbeat Pro-Se Kimberlin’s timing wasn’t any better than his election security work. Rather than suing someone associated with the losing side, he had sued a member of the incoming President’s staff.
I should have bought more popcorn futures.
At the end of October, just before the election that Hillary Clinton was supposed to win, The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin filed his Kimberlin v. Breitbart Holdings, et al. RICO 3 LOLsuit in the U.S. District Court in Greenbelt, Maryland. The case has been assigned to Judge Hazel who handled RICO 1 and RICO2 LOLsuits as well as TDPK’s LOLsuit filed against Senators McConnell and Grassley. One of the named defendants in RICO 3 is Stephen Bannon, who is now works in the White House for President Trump.
There’s nothing of interest on the RICO 3 public docket except for a letter from a lawyer representing one of the defendants pointing out a violation by Kimberlin of the discovery protective order in the RICO Remnant LOLsuit. Everything else of consequence is sealed, but there’re some things that can be deduced from the lack of entries on the docket. The most notable is that no summonses have been issued even though the case was filed over three months ago.
I’m betting that nothing in the RICO 3 case is proceeding as TDPK foresaw.