This time, he lost an appeal of a court’s refusal to hold Seth Allen in contempt.
The brief background is that Kimberlin sued a man named Seth Allen, who failed to respond to the lawsuit and had a default judgment entered against him. Allen showed up for the damages portion, and the judge found no causation of injury to Kimberlin, awarding Kimberlin only nominal damages after a hearing in which Kimberlin told multiple lies under oath. Using those lies, Kimberlin obtained an injunction against Allen defaming him or interfering with his business. Then Allen returned to writing things about Kimberlin — things that were true, like saying he was a convicted terrorist — and Kimberlin tried to have Allen held in contempt.
As Aaron Walker explained last night, the judge rejected all that in short order. And then Kimberlin appealed.
Now Kimberlin has lost the appeal.
Aaron has the full story here.