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Kimberlin Attacks @AceOfSpadesHQ’s Lawyer, Cites ‘Breitbart Unmasked’

As a specimen of shamelessness, Brett Kimberlin has few equals in human history. The experience of being sued by Kimberlin offers a front-row seat to witness how utterly arrogant he is — as impudent as a four-year-old throwing a tantrum, lacking any regard for the rights of others, and with no sense of shame over […]

Bad to Worse for Brett Kimberlin

Brett Kimberlin got bad news with this past week’s decision by Public Citizen attorney Paul Alan Levy (and also the Maryland chapter of the ACLU) to defend Ace of Spades in the federal lawsuit that John Hoge calls Kimberlin v. the Universe, et al. Kimberlin got worse news, perhaps, on Friday when attorney Mark Bailen […]

Brett Kimberlin’s ‘Evidence’

Brett Kimberlin could have been sentenced to 230 years in federal prison. Brett Kimberlin’s Maryland lawsuit Kimberlin v. Walker, et al., is a nuisance and a distraction, and it angers me that I should be required to prove a fact that is abundantly self-evident to anyone who cares to investigate: Brett Kimberlin is a liar. […]

In Which @AceOfSpadesHQ Becomes a First Amendment Cause Célèbre

One June 4, 2012, Ace published a blog post that began, “I’m writing a post about what’s happened to Ali Akbar.” That post was cited by Brett Kimberlin as “evidence” that Ace was part of a vast conspiracy. Now, it’s like a latter-day Dreyfuss case: Convicted bomber Brett Kimberlin’s federal lawsuit against bloggers and journalists […]

Liars Gotta Lie, Failures Gotta Fail

Thanks to The Lonely Conservative for inspiring the headline: I have just seen a motion to dismiss Brett Kimberlin’s ludicrous federal RICO suit — Kimberlin v. the Universe, et al. — as regards the defendants whom Kimberlin has failed to serve, and this motion includes the following beautiful words: Plaintiff Has Failed to Serve Anonymous […]

‘Defamatory Attacks’

Earlier today, I remarked that how much “it makes me angry to think honest law-abiding citizens must condescend to answer the lies of a creature like Brett Kimberlin.” Really, I’d rather ignore this — leave it to the lawyers, friends say — but I must assist in my defense, and today was doing some research […]

An Unfortunately Busy Day

Readers will please excuse the lack of blogging today. There are busy days I don’t mind, when I am busy doing things I want to do. Then there are busy days when, unfortunately, I am compelled to pay attention to Brett Kimberlin’s dishonest allegations in the Maryland lawsuit Kimberlin v. Walker, et al, in which […]

‘A National Political Celebrity’

Brett Kimberlin could have been sentenced to 230 years in federal prison. May 19, 2012, was a Saturday, two days after I first saw Aaron Walker’s 28,000-word account of how he says Brett Kimberlin tried to “frame” him for an assault charge. I’d dug into the story and, by Saturday, was ready to write a […]

‘The Court Should Dismiss … With Prejudice in Favor of All Defendants’

The title quote is from John Hoge’s Reply to Plaintiff’s Oppositions in the federal RICO lawsuit Kimberlin v. the Universe, et al. Hoge is proceeding pro se — acting as his own lawyer against Brett Kimberlin, who is doing the same — and it’s interesting to contrast Kimberlin’s accusations with Hoge’s defenses, knowing that the […]

Bill Schmalfeldt Continues His Insane Investment in Brett Kimberlin’s RICO Suit

Bill Schmalfeldt ranting, 2011. (Image via Thomas Anderson at Vimeo) Am I now or have I ever been engaged in an interstate racketeering conspiracy? No, and the allegations by Brett Kimberlin in his federal lawsuit (which John Hoge dubbed Kimberlin v. the Universe, et al.) are utterly absurd. Yet the manifest absurdity of Kimberlin’s conspiracy […]

Exhibit B: Among ‘Scores of Death Threats’ Alleged by Brett Kimberlin …

Earlier today, I took notice of false allegations Brett Kimberlin made against me in filing for an injunction in the million-dollar Maryland lawsuit Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. Just to further illustrate the manifest absurdities the defendants must deal with, here is another sentence from that same filing: This claim follows Kimberlin’s bizarre assertion that […]

Brett Kimberlin Lies Again

Brett Kimberlin could have been sentenced to 230 years in federal prison “Kimberlin seemed to be the only one with a possible motive — to distract police attention from the Scyphers murder and delay or halt their quiet investigation of him.” – R. Joseph Gelarden, Indianapolis Star, “Kimberlin case a maze of murder, deceit,” Oct. 18, 1981 […]

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