Dread Pirate #BrettKimberlin and Perjury 5


On 17 April, 2012, Aaron Walker filed an Application for Statement of Charges relating to the false statements he believed TDPK had made. These included a false statement to a law enforcement officer, false statements in TDPK’s Application for Statement of Charges accusing Mr. Walker of assault and battery, and false testimony in various hearings. Here is Mr. Walker’s filing. The first page is hard to read, but the following pages summarize TDPK’s false claims.

There’s not much I can add to Mr. Walker’s narrative, except to note that the Montgomery County State’s Attorney declined to prosecute.

Tomorrow, we’ll keep looking at statements made by TDPK that are contradicted by other evidence. ┬áStay tuned.

2 thoughts on “Dread Pirate #BrettKimberlin and Perjury 5

  1. In Maryland, any individual can appear before a District Court Commissioner and lay charges, but prosecution is at the discretion of the State’s Attorney. That is what Aaron Walker did, but John McCarthy, the State’s Attorney declined to prosecute.

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