On August 11 and 12, Brett Kimberlin's lawsuit against four bloggers was tried in a Maryland court. Ali Akbar, one of the defendants, uploaded the transcripts of that trial to Scribd. Those transcripts show Brett Kimberlin to be confused and disorganized, unable to grasp even the most elementary aspects of a trial, i.e., leading the witness, examining witnesses of items and events that are completely irrelevant to his case (like "Everyone Draw Mohammed Day"), attempting to get hearsay introduced as evidence, etc.
Kimberlin, by his own admission, has filed over 100 lawsuits, acting as his own attorney. However, the Maryland transcripts indicate all those lawsuits didn't teach him much, if anything, about the law or civil procedure.
Here is a very brief summary of the trial:
Judge: You say you were defamed when the defendants claimed you are/were a convicted terrorist, felon, perjurer and drug dealer, and a pedophile to boot. Weren't all of these claims true?
Kimberlin: Well, technically, yes but.....
Judge: Case dismissed!
Here are the links to the transcripts. Don't take my word for it, read them yourself.
Day 1 of the Trial
Day 2 of the Trial
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