Would You Rather Be Called a Vexatious Litigant, or a Forger?

From today’s Team Kimberlin Drivel of the Day over at Hogewash!


Because name calling is not limited to the body of Kimberlin’s court filings.

For the record, John Hoge hasn’t vexatiously pursued litigation against Brett “The Speedway Bomber” Brett Kimberlin. John Hoge just has simply continued to respond when necessary to the random bits of silliness associated with the current lawsuit. John Hoge filed the lawsuit after Team Kimberlin weaponized the courts to try to stop Aaron Walker and John Hoge from writing about Brett Kimberlin.

The issue today has to do with who created a document which differs from the transcript which was obtained by Aaron Walker or John Hoge of testimony by Mrs. Kimberlin.

Did she say a mother would like to give their children the best life they could...and later any mother would like to protect their child…

Or in both situations did she say lie?


A transcription error is always possible. That would not explain why Kimberlin and Hoge have presented documents which are supposed to be identical, but which of course are not.

More likely is forgery. Detectives have been dispatched to get to the bottom of this.

Did you know that Brett Kimberlin altered documents in previous cases?  That he was convicted of perjury? Or that his own biographer concluded that Kimberlin was a habitual liar? Or that evidence in one of Kimberlin’s cases was planted at the home of an innocent party? 

This might blow up in Brett Kimberlin’s face. Sorry. Bad turn of phrase. 





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2 Responses to Would You Rather Be Called a Vexatious Litigant, or a Forger?

  1. Paul Krendler says:

    I thought your turn of phrase was quite appropriate.

    Liked by 3 people

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