According to John Hoge, Brett Kimberlin is trying desperately to hide some charges he unsuccessfully made against John Hoge and Aaron Walker. In order to do so, Kimberlin repeats some of those charges again.
I’ve mention in previous posts that The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin is trying to keep as much of his past malicious lawfare covered up as possible. Thus far, Aaron Walker and I have had good success getting cases opened up so that their records can be used in the Walker v. Kimberlin, et al. and Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuits.
Here is part of the latest document filed by Kimberlin, with a page-break creating a large blank space.
For those just joining us, Aaron Walker is a Yale educated attorney whose initial crime was helping a guy who was being sued by Kimberlin. That put him on the Kimberlin radar. He later tried to help Mrs. Kimberlin — who oddly enough was also accused by Brett Kimberlin of being mentally unstable. [How many mentally unstable people are there in Kimberlin’s life? Not counting himself, I mean.]
Forming the second part of the sentence took real creativity. “He and his paralegal” means Walker and Hoge, while the phrase “have filed close to 400 criminal and civil legal actions against complainant, his family and two associates over the past few years…” is tricky. What boosts the numbers is the 367 or so times Bill Schmalfeldt contacted John Hoge while having a Peace Order in place…which specifically said ‘don’t contact Hoge.’
Remember of course, neither John Hoge or Bill Schmalfeldt are a part of this case. The State of Maryland v. Aaron Walker was all about false charges brought against Aaron Walker.
It’s also true that the minor Kimberlin child has never been a focus of a civil suit by Hoge or Walker, so she doesn’t even belong in the sentence. (Nobody stalked her.)
Once again, Kimberlin figures that by casting his verbal net he can make Walker and Hoge look bad.
Actually, he’s reinforcing the fact that there is a Team Kimberlin, which includes Bill Schmalfeldt and at least one other Kimberlin associate.
Again, if it was tough to follow that, yeah.
Too long? Didn’t read?
Kimberlin thinks every time Hoge or Walker defend themselves against Schmalfeldt or Kimberlin, it makes Walker and Hoge look bad.
Instead, these tactics prove that Kimberlin and others have been malicious. That’s exactly what Walker alleges in his suit.