Hoge on Kimberlin Sanctions


Speaking of sanctions, Aaron Walker’s attorney Dan Backer has filed an (Amended) Motion for Sanctions Against Defendant Kimberlin in the Virginia Walker v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit. This is the motion originally filed on 11 October which TDPK claims in a filing in the federal Walker v. Kimberlin, et al. case was denied on 5 October. If that doesn’t seem to make sense, Gentle Reader, it may be because you’re assuming that TDPK is making rational claims in his various court filings. <mockery>In TDPK’s alternate universe, it is perfectly reasonable for the judge to have ruled on a motion that hasn’t yet been filed if he is ruling in TDPK’s favor.</mockery>

Here’s the amended motion:

What this motion does is add the multiple breaches of seal on discovery documents to TDPK’s other shenanigans as a reason why he should be sanctioned. The sanction sought for this misbehavior is a finding…

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