Its logic seems like something written by Lewis Carroll, but it’s true. Aaron Walker has published the fifth in his series of five posts on his lawfare with
Brett Kimberlin Lord Voldemort in the courts of Montgomery County, Maryland. It’s long, but it’s well worth reading in full. He describes how his problems blew back on the Dark Lord because of the Streisand Effect and the work of bloggers and lawyers who have come to his aid. He also puts the current struggle for freedom of expression in historical context.
This post brings us up to date, but the party isn’t over. Yet.
So how does this story end? Obviously I cannot say. Tomorrow I go to court and we write a new chapter in the story. At best, I hope to have this entire peace order–and the stimga it brings–removed. At worst, the judge could in theory reimpose the same unconstitutional restraint on my Freedom of Expression as Vaughey did, although it seems unlikely that two judges will refused to follow Supreme Court precedent by name. And if you want to witness it live, and you happen to live in the area, you can learn how to watch here. So I can’t say how this will end, except I will not stop in my peaceful struggle against Brett Kimberlin until there is justice, preferably with him being returned to prison where he belongs.
And I will take you along for the ride, if you want to join me.
I plan to be there tomorrow.