Hat Tip to Lee Stranahan who has declared 25 May 2012 as Everybody Blog About Brett Kimberlin Day.
Zilla of the Resistance has a must read breakdown of Kimberlin’s criminal record, his facilitation as a darling of leftwing progs who help finance his horseshit , and a collection of bloggers and political commentators who are joining in the effort to bitch-slap this fuckstick back into his hole.
Like another domestic terrorist, Bill Ayers, Kimberlin has reared his ugly head. I did some research on Kimberlin. Aside from being a convicted serial bomber, he’s a certifiable nutcase, an obsessive sociopath, and a real pussy. Kimberlin and his business cohort Brad Friedman have flooded the court system with hundreds of frivolous lawsuits claiming “defamation” and incredibly, “cyber stalking”. He’s also pals with Dem operative/Daily Kos hack Neal Rauhauser, who likes to tweet conservative bloggers, telling them that they have “sexy, fuckable children”.
What a class act.
Kimberlin and his group of leftard malfeasant thugs have mounted a campaign against anyone who points out that they’re actually leftard malfeasant thugs.
He threatened to sue conservative bloggers, Los Angeles County Assistant District Attorney Patrick Frey who blogs under the moniker Patterico, and Liberty Chick, who writes for Brietbart.
Patterico posted some of the assclownish bullshit pulled by Kimberlin, including stalking and harassing people who publish facts pertaining to his perjury, crime spree, questionable relationship with an adolescent girl, and leftwingnut activism. In Patterico’s case, Kimberlin sent emails to his employer and placed ranting phone calls to his office, calling him a racist and threatening to get a restraining order against him. Another one of Kimberlin’s pals, Ron Brynart, a self-described “journalist”, harassed and threatened Frey and his wife on Twitter.
Frey was also a victim of “SWATting” by an unidentified caller whom he suspects was a Kimberlin associate. “SWATting” is a hoax in which a caller, generally a computer hacker, calls a police department to report a shooting at the home of his enemy. The faux emergency brings a SWAT team or a deployment of cops to the target’s house and places them in danger of getting killed.
This is what happened to Frey:
Kimberlin also called up the employer of Stacey McCain’s wife (The Other McCain), claiming that Stacey was “harassing” him.
He sued Seth Allen, a commenter/blogger in Maryland, resulting in a default judgement of a whopping $100. Hilarity ensued. Kimberlin also brought litigation against Aaron Walker, the author of Allergic to Bull for giving Allen legal advice. Walker published a lengthy record of the lawsuit, during which, Kimberlin tried to frame him for assault.
A background on the douchebag from Liberty Chick at Breitbart.
……in 1981, Kimberlin, then the owner of vegetarian restaurant Good Earth, was finally convicted of a week-long bombing spree in Indianapolis, IN in which eight separate bombs caused extensive property damage, destroyed a police cruiser, and severely maimed a man, which eventually led to the man’s suicide. Kimberlin’s story has so often been overlooked or understated by the national media, which unfortunately all but failed to follow up on what were later proven by the same journalist who first reported on his story to be mistruths. But locals to IN know exactly what happened and have never forgotten it since. It’s time the public got the full story.
Infamously known as “The Speedway Bomber,” Brett Kimberlin exploded his eighth and final bomb on September 6, 1978, which nearly blew off the right leg of his victim, Carl DeLong, and seriously injured the man’s left leg and right hand, causing his leg to be amputated. DeLong committed suicide two years later, unable to cope with the pain and devastation of his injuries. The victim’s wife Sandra later won a civil judgment against Kimberlin for $1.6 million.
Police had immediately suspected Kimberlin in the bombing case. He’d been in trouble since high school, was a suspected drug trafficker and he was already the suspect in a murder that had occurred only months earlier. As the Indianapolis Star recounted recently:
“On July 29, 1978, Speedway resident Julia Scyphers, 65, answered a knock at her door. A man she didn’t know was standing on her stoop asking about items she’d recently tried to sell at a yard sale. She let him into the garage to look at the items and he shot her in the head.
Mrs. Scypher’s husband, Fred, 68, heard the bang and came out in time to see a car pulling out of the driveway. He would later tell police he’d gotten a glimpse of the man who’d come to the door.
When police began looking for a motive in the Scyphers slaying, they found there’d been a recent family clash. Julia Scyphers’ daughter, Sandra Barton, had become involved with a man who seemed to Mrs. Scyphers to be inordinately close to one of Barton’s young daughters. Mrs. Scyphers told friends she was so concerned that she’d arranged for both of her granddaughters to come live with her. Whether or not Mrs. Scyphers’ fears were correct (no charges were ever filed to that effect), this incident led investigators to start looking at Brett C. Kimberlin.”
Investigators had learned that Sandra Barton’s pre-teen daughter had accompanied Kimberlin, in his 20’s, on several out of state trips. When the girl moved in with her grandmother as a protective measure on the family’s part, Kimberlin threatened to commit suicide.
But police still needed to collect more evidence in both the bombing and murder cases. After he was identified by a store-owner who’d unwittingly sold him the timer for one of the bombs, Kimberlin was subsequently reported to the U.S. Army by a nearby print shop owner who had become suspicious when Kimberlin wanted to reproduce military driver’s licenses. And when he returned to that print shop wearing a security guard uniform with an illegal Department of Defense insignia, an Army investigator was present to bust him for violating the law. Police used the opportunity to obtain a warrant to search Kimberlin’s vehicle, where they found the same timers and explosive chemical used in the bombs….
……Eventually, in three separate trials, Kimberlin was convicted of the bombings and sentenced to a fifty-year term of imprisonment for manufacturing and possessing a destructive device, and malicious damage by explosives with personal injury. He received a concurrent twelve-year sentence for impersonating a federal officer, illegal use of a Department of Defense insignia, and illegal use of the Presidential Seal, and a five-year term for receipt of explosives by a convicted felon….
……The Scyphers murder case however has remained open. One suspect was identified and charged at the time, but the victim’s husband, the only witness in the case, died of cancer two weeks later, leaving the authorities without a living witness.
Despite the evidence authorities were gathering, Kimberlin never would be formally charged with the murder. Still, he did serve nearly 17 years in prison for both the bombings and the drug case. After the conviction, more details were revealed about the case that unraveled a complex and creepy series of additional crimes that Kimberlin planned against numerous targets, most notably the chief government prosecutor, Bernard (Buddy) Pylitt, who happened to have political ambitions for governor. Indianapolis Star reporter Joseph Gelarden thoroughly documented the entire plot based on information and documents that were provided by the investigators after Kimberlin’s conviction. It reads like a fictional made for TV movie, complete with a hit list of “six to be killed, two or three to be roughed up and one or two to be robbed,” according to the article.
Police theorized that Kimberlin engaged in the serial bombing to throw off the authorities in the Scypher murder.
After another stint in prison for parole violations, Kimberlin decided to utilize his talents as a “political activist”.
…… Kimberlin also co-founded Velvet Revolution with Brad Friedman of BradBlog. This organization is funded by, among others, the notable Tides Foundation.
The George Soros-funded Tides Foundation boasts Wade Rathke as its board chairman. Rathke is the former founder and chief organizer of Obama’s voter fraud and ‘community organizing’ group ACORN.
By 2007, Kimberlin had received notoriety as an “election and campaign reform activist,” monitoring voting processes and raising electronic tabulation issues. He runs the very organization that today is demanding the prosecution of Andrew Breitbart, Karl Rove, and many others who happen to oppose progressive policy, while often basing accusations on little else than opinion.
Between the time he was released from prison and today, Kimberlin has been involved in a number of progressive causes through his organizations. Among these are election and campaign finance reform, electronic voting investigation, immigration rights, anti-war activism, and a variety of other civil rights causes.
His main source of income is grants he receives for “non profit charities”, which is utilized for his campaign of malicious litigation. One of those non-profit organizations is Kimberlin’s Justice Through Music Project. Babs Streisand and John Kerry donated thousands of dollars to it. He’s garnered praise for his peace efforts and his anti-war songs. How quaint.
Hat Tip to Patrick at Thoughts and Rantings, who has provided information about Kimberlin’s whereabouts in Bethesda, Maryland, complete with street address and Google Street View. I wouldn’t be a bit surprised if it’s his Mom’s house and he lives in the basement.
We need to bring the cyber-hammer down on this assclown. Count me in.
Today is your day, Kimberlin. Enjoy.
- Are You Ready For “Everybody Blog About Brett Kimberlin Day”, May 25? (Video) (nicedeb.wordpress.com)
- Conservative Blogs Learn Of Brett Kimberlin (riehlworldview.com)
- You say Computer Savvy Activists, I say Marxist thugs online (thedaleygator.wordpress.com)
- Stalking the Blogosphere – BlogBurst Friday for Free Speech (askmarion.wordpress.com)
- In defense of free speech…. (flyoverhere.wordpress.com)
- Did Congress Pass a Law Stripping Citizens of the Right To Mention Brett Kimberlin’s Felonious Past? (minx.cc)
- Free speech blogburst: Show solidarity for targeted conservative bloggers (michellemalkin.com)
- Free speech moment: Standing with Stacy McCain, Patterico, Liberty Chick, and Aaron Walker (hotair.com)
- Latest on Brett Kimberlin: What did Barbara Streisand know and when did she know it? (thedaleygator.wordpress.com)
- On The Friday Blogburst For Freedom And Against Brett Kimberlin (riehlworldview.com)
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Over and over, it is the left that is supplying the violence. Yet if one prominent conservative makes a remark about targets or gunning for the entire liberal media goes into a frenzy over the violence on the right.
I am with buttneckid. If we are going to get blamed for it, lose our rights/freedoms, have our property taken away, then we should just go for it.No more compromise. The liberals do not want discussion and constantly resort to doing these things. To a liberal, if the law does not feel right then break it. For the conservative, no justice.
there is a cure for this disease…
a small lead pellet 2.6g delivered to the cranium at 1260f/s…no additional treatments necessary…
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there is a cure for this kind of disease…
a small hollow point lead pellet…about 2.5g…injected into the cranium at a velocity at approx 1260 ft/s…slightly above the line between the eyebrows, in line with the nose…
follow up treatments may not be necessary…
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