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Archive for May, 2012

Memorial Day

Posted by Wickedpinto on May 28, 2012

Every does, or should know what today means.  I will add my small contribution nonetheless.

I served briefly.  It was the greatest time of my life, most people say that about other things, and what they had might have been perfect for them, but I served and as I say, and it’s true, I was the worst kind of Marine, because I was a true believer.  I don’t cry at movies, seeing “stomping” videos doesn’t make me sad, it makes me mad, but Days like today, Independence Day, Veterans day and my and my brothers, like Mesa, birthday make me sentimental and I might get misty.

I lost my service, but still have my life, it was like a divorce, but there are a very hard to number of individuals who didn’t lose their service but lost their lives. 

Today we honor all those men and women, for being better, braver and more willing to do the things that must to the point that all we have left of them is a memory rather than their company.  In a way, their absence should be a more resounding proclamation of their greatness than any stupid bit of text I can type.

Rest well warriors, you have earned it, and I’m sorry that some of your dreams were cut short, but know that we all thank you for your willingness to let us sleep safe.

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Oh, by the way, another SWATting.

Posted by mesablue on May 28, 2012

Via Ace.

SWATting the Ericksons.

Last week we spent a lot of time writing about Brett Kimberlin and the incident involving blogger Patterico where someone spoofed his phone number and told 911 he had shot his wife.

Tonight, my family was sitting around the kitchen table eating dinner when sheriffs deputies pulled up in the driveway.

Someone called 911 from my address claiming there had been an accidental shooting.

It wasn’t nearly the trauma that Patterico suffered, but I guess the Erickson household is on somebody’s radar.

Luckily it was two sheriffs deputies who knew me and I had already, last week, advised the Sheriff’s Department to be on the look out for something like this.

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The PLANNED KIMBERLIN BOMBINGS

Posted by mesablue on May 28, 2012

Not actual bombings.

Not the bombings carried out by Brett Kimberlin that blew people up. Blew their legs off. Not those bombs.

No, these are the perceived as a victim, horrible hurt feelings — compared to a Planned Parenthood Bombing.

The Speedway Bomber has reacted to his weekend in the sun by releasing a few interesting responses.

Brett Kimberlin had the nerve to compare his outing this weekend on his 501(c) sites to say that he “knows what the Planned Parenthood bombings feel like.”

Not going to link his sites. Over 1.8 million dollars have already found their way towards his insanity. His limbs and life are still fully intact — it’s only his bomb leaving feelings that we have to worry about.

The person that actually planted bombs — is the victim.

Brett, does call out in this not in any way creepy video of — leaving another bomb on a train platform while his horribly un-autotuned voice unfortunately doesn’t scare us into wondering why we can’t find a way to grasp his narrow focus. Do yourself a favor and don’t click on the link. Seriously.

Whine.

We’re all victims.

Whine.

We’re all victims.

Screechy whine. Whine some more….
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We’re all vic……lunatics who fought off jail rape with a lunch tray while screaming the “n” word and then bragged about it.

Oh wait, that was just something that you mentioned in the bizarre book that was written about you that sold a few copies that you thought could finance your new future — until it couldn’t. When my life story is finally told, they will be hard pressed to match the title of yours — Citizen K: The Deeply Weird American Journey of Brett Kimberlin

Sucks about the civil judgement from the widow of your bombing victim — it might cramp your style.

So, what to do?

I know — it’s not that hard.

You’re going back to court my friend — on different terms than you are used to. See, we won’t file frivolous suits. We will face you head on, with an expertise that you could only wish you had on your side when you were facing the thirty three felonies that you were convicted of.

Every single part of the game that you are used to playing has already been exposed in the public venue — what you are used to using as a tool of intimidation and extortion — we wait for it.

There is not a court in this land that you can find any credibility in now that your true background is known — again.

And then, we’re going to take all of the money that you shammed people out of and make sure that it goes back to your victims — right before you go back to prison.

You gave us a blueprint — shame on us if we don’t follow it.

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Brett Kimberlin — amazing musical talent

Posted by mesablue on May 26, 2012

Not really.

All those years in prison made Brett Kimberlin an angsty boy with a horrible penchant for really bad rap.

It appears that sometime around 2006, several years after Kimberlin was released from prison, he joined a band named Op-Critical. The band’s music can best be described as liberal alternative rock and they claim some of it has been featured at ACLU and Amnesty International events. Their music mirrors that of other little known liberal bands who trashed bush in the later part of his presidency and would be unremarkable if it weren’t for the fact that one of the guys playing guitar and singing is a violent criminal.

Take, for instance, the Op-Critical song titled Fear. The song describes Americans being fearful and “thinking that the plastic bag maybe isn’t innocent” and how that undue fear is being used by Bush to control them. The lyrics mocking the fear of terrorist attacks would, again, be unremarkable for a late 2000s liberal band if they weren’t sung by a man convicted of setting off bombs in a small American town and the music video didn’t feature that bomber lurking around the Cleveland Park DC Metro station complete with shots of an unattended bag.

Horrible music videos — linky.

Thanks to MRC TV.

Now I can understand all of the money donated to Kimberlin’s “music” project — Barbara Streisand can spot talent from light years away.

Where do I sign up?

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I love the smell of *Kimberlin in the morning

Posted by mesablue on May 26, 2012

This is *sweet justice…for a few hours, at least.

Kimberlin tops memeorandom for the day.

Never mind a Google search — yikes.

When Brett Kimberlin first came to my attention, I had no idea that someone/sociopath could be stupid enough to use public venues to paint himself into such a corner of shit quite so quickly.

Then I read about the Patterico SWATting.

THE NIGHT I COULD HAVE BEEN KILLED BECAUSE OF MY BLOGGING

At 12:35 a.m. on July 1, 2011, sheriff’s deputies pounded on my front door and rang my doorbell. They shouted for me to open the door and come out with my hands up.

When I opened the door, deputies pointed guns at me and ordered me to put my hands in the air. I had a cell phone in my hand. Fortunately, they did not mistake it for a gun.

They ordered me to turn around and put my hands behind my back. They handcuffed me. They shouted questions at me: IS THERE ANYONE ELSE IN THE HOUSE? and WHERE ARE THEY? and ARE THEY ALIVE?

I told them: Yes, my wife and my children are in the house. They’re upstairs in their bedrooms, sleeping. Of course they’re alive.

Deputies led me down the street to a patrol car parked about 2-3 houses away. At least one neighbor was watching out of her window as I was placed, handcuffed, in the back of the patrol car. I saw numerous patrol cars on my quiet street. There was a police helicopter flying overhead, shining a spotlight down on us as I walked towards the patrol car. Several neighbors later told us the helicopter woke them up. I saw a fire engine and an ambulance. A neighbor later told me they had a HazMat vehicle out on the street as well.

Meanwhile, police rushed into my home. They woke up my wife, led her downstairs and to the front porch, frisked her, and asked her where the children were. Then police ordered her to stand on the front porch with her hands against the wall while they entered my children’s bedrooms to make sure they were alive.

The call that sent deputies to my home was a hoax. Someone had pretended to be me. They called the police to say I had shot my wife. The sheriff’s deputies who arrived at my front door believed they were about to confront an armed man who had just shot his wife. I don’t blame the police for any of their actions. But I blame the person who made the call.

Because I could have been killed.

The weirdest part of the whole thing was that I halfway expected this might happen. Because I was not the first one it had happened to.

Audio there of the fake call to 911 that got SWAT to show up at a deputy DA’s house in the middle of the night thinking that he might have killed someone.

Chilling.

Please read the entire post — it’s truly beyond what you can imagine.

Hmmm, convicted terrorist bomber/drug dealer turned liberal activist and recipient of millions in 501(c) money would never resort to tactics like this…

But, his stupid friends might.

One friend, maybe, who runs a fairly large leftie blog (not linking) and who is now backpedaling like a mutha to get out of Kimberlin’s shit shadow.

Interesting, at the very least.

Is this speculation? Reaching to make a point? Taking available information when someone who was clearly innocent and his family were pulled out of their house at gunpoint by a SWAT team in the middle night to point blame? Not the first time it’s happened, the SWATing thing. Turns out it’s a method of choice by the fake Anonymous/LulzSec wannabees.

Maybe.

But, I don’t make the rules. For the lunatics, there are no rules. Ex parte lawsuits against individuals filed over and over — hundreds of times to intimidate and bully.

To the point where employers are afraid enough of the psychopaths to terminate innocent people and others fear enough for their safety to have to leave the state.

Friends, this is just an extreme example of the tactics that the passionate progressives have used over the last few years — because, in many cases — it works. Squelching Free Speech in the name of the Greater Good.

We are at a very important point in the history of our nation. One might say — a turning point.

This entire mess comes up at a time when we should be looking forward. To work as hard as possible to un-elect a promise the world everything, while burying us in debt president.

But, we don’t own these maniacs. The progressive/pretend 99%’rs do.

Bought and paid for.

They revel in the method of distraction.

They funded these lunatics and looked the other way while they ran rampant as long as the taint of their actions could not be connected to them through layers of PAC donations and fake charities.
Well, no more. This one is going to blow up. This one is going to cause people that would not normally take notice to re-evaluate whether they should just sit back.

The Tea Party started over extreme discontent over obscene government spending and waste directed in the worst way possible at the worst possible time. We’ve already seen the initial results of that — thank you Nancy Pelosi.

Thank you, Brett Kimberlin….what a fitting honor it would be for this action to be named after you.

The Kimberlin Party.

The Kimberlin Affair.

Kimberlin Nation.

Or…..Kimberlin’s Bombers…..Oh wait, can you sue me for bringing up your criminal record again?

Or, more fittingly, for your first (possibly second) victim — Mr. Carl DeLong.

It was at Speedway High School where the freshman football team had just played a game and the players were still getting dressed. Hundreds of parents and students were either waiting in their cars or walking through the parking lot after the game.

A Speedway High School gym bag had been left by itself, as if forgotten by a player. One of the parents, Carl DeLong, 39, walked over to retrieve it when the bomb went off. His right leg was nearly blown off and his left leg and right hand were severely damaged. Doctors tried to save his leg but had to amputate.

Remember Carl DeLong.

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Brett Kimberlin Day.

Posted by Wickedpinto on May 25, 2012

Can’t say I have anything to add to this.  I only heard about the guy vaguely over the last couple months and didn’t pay much attention.   If he was just one more douche spamming and trolling conservatives, I probably wouldn’t be typing anything right now.  It’s not like domestic terrorists who find their ideological kin on the left is a rare thing after all, but as the details of the personal aspects started dripping out ,especially this mornings Patterico piece, I figured this was a worthy thing to take part in.  Actually, I figured it after Aaron Worthings recounting of experience of suffering serial harassment from this criminal made it worth mentioning, (sorry lost the link for Aaron) even though initially I thought of it mostly as a procedural thing, until I thought about it a bit more.  The guy routinely tries to out people who disagree with him, and then using the most vitriolic language, either himself or through surrogates made me realize that though I’m a nobody, even my dumb and largely adolescent ass had to join in.

Then Patterico’s account, JESUS MAN!  READ IT! this morning took me from supporter of a protest against an abusive douchenozzel who shouldn’t be in free society let alone running a 501(c) to not just believing and thinking to know that this scumbag is EVIL!  John J. Haley might be a piece of fucking shit, but Brett Kimberlin and anyone who enables him are taking part in something that is truly evil.

As I said, I can’t really contribute much if anything, other than saying that I stand against this creature and in support of genuinely nice guys that have been suffering under the very real threat of intimidation and violence due to the whims of this vile bag of organized cells.

Mesa has the link roundup below, as does Michelle Malkin.

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Brett Kimberlin — a treasure trove of fun.

Posted by mesablue on May 24, 2012

Google scholar is a great resource in times like this — clicky.

 

Kimberlin v. DeLong

637 NE 2d 121 – Ind: Supreme Court, 1994 – Google Scholar
SHEPARD, Chief Justice, concurring in result. To the casual reader, this case may seem to present
a dispute about whether the victims of Brett Kimberlin’s violence will be compensated by receiving
the proceeds of his upcoming book. Such was the case of Brett Kimberlin.

Kimberlin v. Quinlan

6 F. 3d 789 – Court of Appeals, Dist. of Columbia Circuit, 1993 – Google Scholar
staff documenting seven calls made by Kimberlin on November 5 during his detention); November
7, 1988 Memorandum of TC Martin to J. Michael Quinlan (referring to “[s]even cassette tapes”
containing “copies of the telephone conversation by Brett Kimberlin with numerous

United States v. Kimberlin

675 F. 2d 866 – Court of Appeals, 7th Circuit, 1982 – Google Scholar
675 F.2d 866 (1982). UNITED STATES of America, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. Brett C. KIMBERLIN,
Defendant-Appellant. No. 81-2222. The appellant, Brett Kimberlin, was tried on an indictment
charging him with 34 counts of violating various federal criminal statutes.

Kimberlin v. Department of Justice

139 F. 3d 944 – Court of Appeals, Dist. of Columbia Circuit, 1998 – Google Scholar
139 F.3d 944 (1998). Brett C. KIMBERLIN, Appellant, v. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE, Appellee.
No. 96-5250. United States Court of Appeals, District of Columbia Circuit. Argued January 26,
1998. Brett C. Kimberlin, Memphis, TN, appearing pro se, entered an appearance.

Kimberlin v. United States Dept. of Justice

788 F. 2d 434 – Court of Appeals, 7th Circuit, 1986 – Google Scholar
Brett Kimberlin, a prisoner, initially filed a one-count complaint claiming that a disclosure by his
prison case manager Leddy to his probation officer Gahl that plaintiff was sending money outside
the prison from his commissary account violated the Privacy Act, 5 USC § 552a.

Kimberlin v. Department of Treasury

774 F. 2d 204 – Court of Appeals, 7th Circuit, 1985 – Google Scholar
Plaintiff-appellant Brett Kimberlin, a federal prisoner, brought this action in district court pursuant
to the Freedom of Information Act, 5 USC § 552 challenging the withholding of records by the
defendants, the Department of the Treasury and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and

US v. Kimberlin

776 F. 2d 1344 – Court of Appeals, 7th Circuit, 1985 – Google Scholar
776 F.2d 1344 (1985). UNITED STATES of America, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. Brett C. KIMBERLIN,
Defendant-Appellant. Nos. 83-3058, 85-1282. EASTERBROOK, Circuit Judge. Among Brett
Kimberlin’s many convictions are two for receiving explosives, which felons may not do.

US v. Kimberlin

898 F. 2d 1262 – Court of Appeals, 7th Circuit, 1990 – Google Scholar
In 1988 this court dismissed Brett Kimberlin’s appeal for want of jurisdiction, because the notice
of appeal reached the clerk’s office after the time provided by Fed.R.App.P. 4. Shortly after we
entered judgment, the Supreme Court held in Houston v. Lack, 487 US 266, 108 S.Ct.

Kimberlin v. Quinlan

199 F. 3d 496 – Court of Appeals, Dist. of Columbia Circuit, 1999 – Google Scholar
In 1990, Brett Kimberlin brought this Bivens action alleging, inter alia, that J. Michael Quinlan,
formerly the Director of the Federal Bureau of Prisons, and Loye Miller, formerly the Director of
Public Affairs for the United States Department of Justice, violated his constitutional rights

United States v. Kimberlin

781 F. 2d 1247 – Court of Appeals, 7th Circuit, 1985 – Google Scholar
781 F.2d 1247 (1985). UNITED STATES of America, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. Brett C. KIMBERLIN,
Defendant-Appellant. No. PELL, Senior Circuit Judge. On October 8th, 1980, a jury convicted
defendant-appellant Brett Kimberlin of eight counts in a thirty-four count indictment.

 

That’s just the first page.

Instapundit.

i Own The World.

American Thinker.

Overlawyered.

Blazing Cat Fur.

American Power.

The American Catholic.

The Lonely Conservative.


Five Feet of Fury.

Nice Deb.

The Sundries Shack.

PJ Tatler.

Riehl World View.

Film Ladd.

The Coalition of the Swilling.

DaTechGuy.

Belmont Club.

Legal Insurrection.

D-pud.

The Daley Gator.

The Camp of the Saints.

Wake Up America.

Darth Chipmunk.


Zilla of the Resistance.

Lady Liberty 1885.

Goldfish and Clowns.

Small Dead Animals (blast from the past).

Hillbuzz.

The Lid.

EBL.

Israel Matzav.

Catholic Bandita.

Bob Owens. Say no more.

And of course, a couple of the big boys:

Ed Morrisey @ Hotair, worth a read in it’s own right.

The Blogfather.

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Brett Kimberlin — sue me, please.

Posted by mesablue on May 24, 2012

Mr. Kimberlin,

There will be an incredible amount of truth written about you today that you are not going to be happy about.

Sue me first.

Go for it.

I have not posted in a very long time. This blog used to pull some weight back in the early days of the blogosphere. Friends were made, new blogs were created — a couple got pretty big. I was honored to guest post on a couple of the really big blogs. No matter.

What I did do was create an online persona back in the days of blogging anonymously that garnered at the very least — a modicum of respect for my thoughts and methods.

I started to miss the days of hardcore “discussion” as blogging became more mainstream, so I bowed out. Still following but not involved. Until earlier this week I learned of your terror attacks on some of my fellow brethren.

Mr. Kimberlin (and noxious friends), I call you out to try to find me and do to me what you have done in recent months to others that I would call friends. I hate to make this about me, but I would truly enjoy personally embarassing you in this venue. Or, in court.

So, who are you, Brett Kimberlin?

The young perjuror, or the guy who got caught trying to fly a bunch of drugs into a hastily made Texas airstrip?

Or, are you the guy who once paroled tried to weasel his way out of paying anything towards the civil suit that you lost for blowing someone up and were then re-jailed?

Or, are you just the person that I saw on my local news stations as responsible for creating a weekend of terror by planting eight bombs that exploded in Speedway, Indiana?

Never mind a poor woman that was murdered — supposedly to cover up your relationship with a minor.

All of this from one citation — all based on your convictions of record. Doesn’t even begin to sum up your path of delusional destruction.

This is where it gets fun.

Federal tax forms filed by convicted terrorist Brett Kimberlin’s tax-exempt non-profit Justice Through Music Project (JTMP) show that the 501(c)3 group collected $1.8 million in gifts, grants and other contributions during its first six years of operation. An analysis using database research indicates that more than $300,000 of that sum came in the form of grants from tax-exempt foundations, including the George Soros-connected Tides Foundation, the Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund, the Barbara Streisand Foundation, and the Heinz Family Foundation, connected to Democrat Sen. John Kerry’s wife.

Quite the new life — huh?

Kind of helps when you threaten Wikipedia into scrubbing all mention of your past.

What have you been up to lately?

Here’s the list of Brett Kimberlin’s current actions. Not all are conservatives; Seth Allen is a liberal. When he comes to covering up his misdeeds, Kimberlin’s ego trumps politics.

Seth Allen

Kimberlin reopened civil defamation and stalking case
Appealing contempt order against Seth Allen that was denied

Aaron Walker aka Aaron Worthing

Ex Parte Peace order issued on Tuesday
Appealing Peace Order that was denied on 4/11
Filed Bar complaint against Aaron 5/1

Pat Frey aka Patterico

Named as third party in Seth Allen suit
Subject of suit by Nadia Naffe that appears to have possible affiliation with Brett Kimberlin

Robert Stacy McCain

Harassment of wife’s employer by Brett Kimberlin that was considered enough of a potentional threat that McCain and his family were forced to move

James O’Keefe

Kimberlin trying to get copies of Jame’s emails supposedly in the possession of Nadia Naffe

Liberty Chick

Named as third party in Seth Allen lawsuit

Your suit against Seth Allen ended in a joke.

You accused Aaron Walker of physically attacking you outside of a court room after you filed a frivolous complaint against him after he provided free legal advice to Seth Allen.

Denied.

Stacey McCain has temporarily moved his family out of state to avoid your harassment.

But, now it’s your day. I’m one day early but…

It’s only the beginning:

These are the folks that were on board yesterday afternoon, before the word truly got out.

Instapundit.

i Own The World.

American Thinker.

Overlawyered.

Blazing Cat Fur.

American Power.

The American Catholic.

The Lonely Conservative.


Five Feet of Fury.

Nice Deb.

The Sundries Shack.

PJ Tatler.

Riehl World View.

Film Ladd.

The Coalition of the Swilling.

DaTechGuy.

Belmont Club.

Legal Insurrection.

D-pud.

The Daley Gator.

The Camp of the Saints.

Wake Up America.

Darth Chipmunk.


Zilla of the Resistance.

Lady Liberty 1885.

Goldfish and Clowns.

Small Dead Animals (blast from the past).

Hillbuzz.

The Lid.

EBL.

Israel Matzav.

Catholic Bandita.

Bob Owens. Say no more.

And of course, a couple of the big boys:

Ed Morrisey @ Hotair, worth a read in it’s own right.

The Blogfather.

Thank you to Michelle Malkin for most of the list.

Thousands have already rallied to the cause. Friday is going to be an amazing day for free speech.

Mr. Kimberlin, I hope you truly appreciate the shit storm you just stirred up.

It only gets worse from here.

*A fairly long but good read on one part of this story.

UPDATE: WickedPinto Fully Supports this. I don’t hide who I am, but I don’t broadcast, and I argue, not litigate, must be nice to have tax free money to fund your fights you MIDGET PUSSY!

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