“Objection, your honor…”


John Hoge is set to testify today in the Walker v. Kimberlin case.  I suspect strongly that Brett Kimberlin will try to introduce things he shouldn’t.  He is barred from bringing up the “Everybody Draw…” event.  He shouldn’t bring up accusations which have already been adjudicated out of existence, but he will.

My suspicion is that Kimberlin will try to stick John with the accusation that he participated in a snarky thread over at Thinking Man’s Zombie.  Krendler noted the irony that some lech might be lusting after a Kimberlin family member in much the same way Kimberlin ogles teens.  John’s only contribution was to state the youth’s age.

I never knew if Hoge was just correcting a misunderstanding, or perhaps reminding the hord that the individual was 16, so…keep it clean. 

Based upon a close reading of the transcript of the last time Brett Kimberlin had a member of Team Free Speech on the stand, he’s not very good at forming questions which are appropriate for the courtroom.

Aaron Walker will have a busy day.

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5 thoughts on ““Objection, your honor…”

  1. Gus Bailey

    He was correcting me. I posited that the daughter was 14, which seems to be Brett’s preferred demographic; as such, Paul’s post was apt. The irony being, of course, that Kimberlin, as a sociopath before all else, wouldn’t care if one object were ogling another object.

    As Aaron has pointed out; John, in the way of many Engineers, could not let an inaccuracy stand and corrected my notion with her proper age. An age he was familiar with as he and Aaron were providing assistance to help the erstwhile Mrs. Kimberlin at her request to seek protection from Brett for herself and her children.

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      1. gmhowell

        I think he may object to calling himself as a witless.

        Witness, I meant witness…

        On Wed, Oct 12, 2016 at 11:43 AM, Dave Alexander & Company with David Edgren and Gus Bailey – The Artisan Craft Blog wrote:

        > onwyrdsdream commented: “And would he ask himself questions he proceeds to > answer in as damaging a fashion as when he asks others questions?” >

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