The crazy Brett Kimberlin, AKA Speedway Bomber, saga continues. The Other McCain has the latest:
Aaron Walker’s lawsuit against Kimberlin, Rauhauser and Ron Brynaert aims to hold people accountable for their dangerous and harmful activities. The hearing Tuesday in Manassas, Virginia, will resolve several preliminary motions in that case:
- Kimberlin’s motion to dismiss the suit. Click here to read Walker’s response to that motion.
- Walker’s motion for a default judgment against co-defendant Neal Rauhauser, who has failed to respond to the suit.
- Walker’s motion for a default judgment against co-defendant Ron Brynaert, who has similarly failed to respond to the suit.
- Walker’s motion for sanctions against Kimberlin for his misconduct in the case, including leaks of discovery documents which Judge Potter ordered sealed at Kimberlin’s request.
- Kimberlin’s motion seeking a protective order from discovery.Click here to read Walker’s response to that motion.
Kimberlin’s conduct in the case, acting as his own attorney, has been decidedly weird. At one point in August (see “Exhibit J” here), Kimberlin sought to delay the case to Dec. 15 and e-mailed Walker’s attorney Dan Backer:
“I am cooperating with the FBI and other law enforcement officials regarding several issues involving your client and I believe that the resolution of those matters will have a bearing on this case.”
The idea that a notorious criminal like Kimberlin would be “cooperating with the FBI” is strange enough, but what “issues involving” Aaron Walker could be of interest the FBI?