Brett Kimberlin’s Lord Voldemort’s (He Who Must Not Be Named under threat of peace order) court filing in opposition to Aaron Walker’s successful petition for emergency relief from the unconstitutional peace order contains the following:
After the Peace Order was issued, the death threats continued. In one, a man wrote on a blog, “Dear Brett Kimberlin…,” with a large photo of the man holding a shotgun. Exhibit E.
Here’s Exhibit E:
The smiling man in the photo is not the blogger who wrote the post. It’s Prof. Glenn Reynolds (The Instapundit) of the University Tennessee School of Law. The firearm Prof. Reynolds is holding isn’t a shotgun. It’s a .50 rifle. He comments:
Just call me “Exhibit E!” Note the fiercely threatening expression.
Exhibit E is not the only bogaciousness in the filing. Patterico has documented evidence of sock puppetry used to manufacture comments on his website that were in turn used in Voldemort’s submission to the court. The judge rejected all of the Dark Lord’s assertions in his filing and granted Mr. Walker’s petition for temporary relief.
It will be interesting to see what sanctions the judge might impose on Voldemort when the appeal hearing comes ’round on 5 July.
The net is drawing tighter.
UPDATE—The Dark Lord has sent the following in an email to Aaron Walker’s lawyer:
Again, I want to be left alone by your client. That is my demand as required by Galloway and the criminal harassment statute. His false narrative that I framed him is defamatory and inciting extremists to threaten me. He is responsible for their conduct. I will not hesitate to seek additional peace orders or criminal harassment charges if he does not leave me alone.
Mr. Walker has more information for you here.