BRETT KIMBERLIN Tries to Avoid Paying Bomb Victim DISORDER IN DA COURT Pt. 2
“He who represents himself has a fool for a client” – Abraham Lincoln
BRETT KIMBERLIN’S Civil Litigation Arising Out of His Criminal Conduct (see KIMBERLIN v. DEWALT 12 F.Supp.2d 487 (1998))
On October 23, 1983 a Marion County, Indiana jury awarded $360,000 to Sandra DeLong for her injuries, and $1,250,000 for the wrongful death of Carl DeLong.
Sandra DeLong attempted to collect on her judgment by obtaining a writ of attachment against petitioner’s prison commissary account after a United States Probation Officer informed her that petitioner regularly transferred money to someone outside the prison. KIMBERLIN promptly sued Mrs. DeLong, her lawyer, the probation officer, and various Bureau of Prisons and Department of Justice officials for money damages. KIMBERLIN’S action was not successful. (See Kimberlin v. U.S. Department of Justice,788 F.2d 434 (7th Cir.1986).)
In 1992 Sandra DeLong obtained a ruling from the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit upholding the disbursement of money previously seized from petitioner by the FBI toward payment of her judgment. See Kimberlin v. United States, Order of October 23, 1992, attached as Exhibit F to Paper No. 12. The Seventh Circuit found that Mrs. DeLong had a “final, collectible judgment” and that petitioner would have to launch any attack on that judgment in the Indiana courts. Id.
Is BRETT KIMBERLIN a weasel?? See my next post (Pt. 3) to see what you think!!
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