In the Hoge v. Kimerlin et al. case, the Kimberlins filed a notice to the court with this charming section:
Apparently there was a form which needed to be submitted, and they couldn’t even be bothered to gather up the addresses and phone numbers of their potential witnesses.
As for evidence, the Kimberlin’s have a similar casual response:
Scores of documents. Bushel baskets of stuff.
For his part, John Hoge’s documents seem to be listed neatly on his response to the court. I imagine his documents will be starched and pressed. Separated by topics, defendants and counts.
Mr. Schmalfeldt — whose recent court filing looks remarkably similar to the Kimberlin’s document quoted above — Mr. Schmalfeldt is equally casual about caring to provide the court the simplest of specific information.
Keep up the work, Team Kimberlin. Good job. You look ready.
Above is a signature from a court document filed in the Walker v Kimberlin and Kimberlin suit. I wrote about it in January of 2016. At the time, there was debate about why the signature of Mrs. Kimberlin differed from document to document. I found a signature which I believe was written by Mrs Kimberlin:
This signature box appeared on Hogewash!, and was filed more recently in the Hoge v Kimberlin et al.
I’m very sure that there’s a simple explanation.
Readers of this blog recognize that Brett Kimberlin had hoped to testify about Don Blankenship, as Brett Kimberlin is a mine safety expert…having dug quite a few holes for himself over the years:
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – Former Massey Energy CEO Don Blankenship is finishing up a one-year federal prison sentence arising from the deadliest U.S. mine explosion in four decades.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Prisons website, Blankenship was set to be released Wednesday from a halfway house in Phoenix, Arizona. He must serve one year of supervised release.
“I’m glad he had time to reflect on the pain he caused,” former U.S. Attorney Booth Goodwin, whose office in Charleston prosecuted the case, said in a text message to The Associated Press ahead of Blankenship’s release. “I hope he used it wisely and will come out of prison ready to make amends.”
That’s from the Kimberlin v. Team Themis, et al. (Electric Boogaloo) as quoted in my original post on the matter Brett Kimberlin:Mine Safety Expert.
Donald Blankenship’s company was involved in an accidental explosion — which could be tied to negligence. Twenty-nine men died.
Brett Kimberlin built 8 bombs deliberately, and one man died — a suicide after years of pain and several operations. Deliberate.
The latest in a series of posts in which I doctor legal documents with greater skill than Team Kimberlin…for comedic value only.
John Hoge has posted a 75 page document on Hogewash! relating to a lawsuit filed against Brett Kimberlin, serial bomber and occasional forger, and Bill Schmalfeldt…oh hell,. Just Google him.
In the interests of Brevity, I have edited the document and saved a few pixels:
John Hoge’s latest filing in the Hoge v. Kimberlin et al, suit is nominally the Plaintiff’s Opposition to the Kimberlin Defendents’ Motion For Sanctions, but we’ll just call it the definitive response to the Kimberlin lawfare.
For those just joining us…a paroled felon named Brett Kimberlin has objected when writers took note of his attempts to silence lawyer and blogger Aaron Walker. The first sentence of the above referenced document is the most brutal and true description of events:
Ironically, the Kimberlins are falsely accusing Mr. Hoge of crimes in an attempt to silence him while Mr. Hoge is suing them for falsely accusing him of crimes in their previous attempts to silence him.
Blogger, ‘comedy’ writer and occasional chronic disease sufferer Bill Schmalfeldt is also being sued by Hoge.
As usual, folks read the Hoge court filings for the clarity, but stay for the footnotes:
As Hoge aptly demonstrates, Kimberlin and Schmalfeldt have sued quite a few people, and have been very unsuccessful, unless their true goal was to make themselves into laughingstocks.
They sue to try to stop others from exercising their First Amendment right to speak and write truthfully. One wrote anal rape fantasies, the other blew a guy’s leg off with a homemade bomb. Both will be mere footnotes in legal history.
There are some basic strategies in the TK Official Playbook™, including accuse the accuser, weaponize the family and blame the blogger for his commenters.
But the least effective strategy is “hide and seek.” In Mat 2016, Brett Kimberlin hid from service — even telling a deputy sheriff “Good luck finding me…” Details in this post.
We published this updated version of the popular book:
Bill Schmalfeldt has apparently also changed addresses, and has been slow to inform the court about his whereabouts.
I do hope that Team Kimberlin learns that hiding is not a winning strategy. Like filing false police reports, doctoring documents and pretending to misunderstand the court procedures…this sort of thing only brings more trouble.
Put on your big boy pants…and participate in the process like a grownup. Anything less makes you look guilty.