MARYLAND

:
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY

BRETT KIMBERLIN,
Plaintiff
v.

Case No. 403868V

NATIONAL BLOGGERS CLUB, ET AL.,
Defendants

DEFENDANT WALKER’S REQUEST FOR A RULING ON NON-OPPOSED MOTIONS
(DKT. NOS. 105 AND 112)
NOW COMES Defendant Aaron J. Walker, Esq., and files this request for a ruling on his
non-opposed motions and states the following:
1.

Mr. Walker filed a motion to dismiss for failure to state a claim on September 29,

2015 (Dkt. No. 105), arguing that each claim should be dismissed. Since service was delivered
to the Plaintiff by mail, his opposition was due on October 19, 2015. No such opposition was
filed by that date.
2.

Mr. Walker filed a motion for partial summary judgment on October 5, 2015 (Dkt.

No. 112), arguing that summary judgment was appropriate for every count but the third which
asserts three separate invasion of privacy torts. The Plaintiff’s opposition was due on October
23, 2015. No such opposition was filed by that date.
3.

This case was filed more than two years ago, on October 15, 2013, in U.S. District

Court. Mr. Walker has been asking for it to be dismissed since December, 2013. If the Plaintiff
doesn’t even deign to file an opposition to Mr. Walker’s motion to dismiss or motion for partial

summary judgment at this point, then the time has come for the case to be dismissed with
prejudice.

WHEREFORE, Mr. Walker’s motion to dismiss should be granted, and any other relief that is
just and equitable.

Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Respectfully submitted,

Aaron J. Walker, Esq.
Va Bar# 48882
7537 Remington Road
Manassas, Virginia 20109
[redacted]
AaronJW72@gmail.com
(no fax)

CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE
I certify that on the
day of
, 2015, I served copies of this
document on Brett Kimberlin at [redacted], Bethesda, Maryland 20817, via U. S. Mail and on the
following co-Defendants via email: William Hoge via Patrick Ostronic; DB Capital Strategies
and Dan Backer, Esq. via Dan Backer, Esq; and Lee Stranahan, pro se.

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