Almost without exception, every time TDPK appeared before a judge in Montgomery County, Maryland, last year, he made statements that are contradicted by other evidence. Yet, John McCarthy, the State’s Attorney of Montgomery County, has been unwilling to prosecute Brett Kimberlin for perjury.
Here’s the transcript of the 5 July Kimberlin v. Walker peace order trial in Circuit Court. I’ve underlined some things of interest in red.
During this trial, he repeated several of the questionable claims he had made in other hearings and trials. For example, there’s this on p. 13:
He, he’s worked, he works through proxies. He, he got a group called the National Bloggers Club to join on, Everybody Blog on Brett Kimberlin Day.
As I pointed out yesterday, Aaron Walker had nothing to do with organizing Everybody Blog About Brett Kimberlin Day on 25 May. Lee Stranahan deserves the credit for that.
Beginning at the bottom of p. 40, he recycles this claims:
He filed a $66,000,000 lawsuit against me, Judge.
And this one, too:
I did not frame him. I got assaulted and end up in the hospital with injuries.
The Virginia Walker v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit seeks only $2 million in damages, and the video evidence shows that nothing happened to injure TDPK during the 9 January altercation.
There’s something else interesting in the transcript. TDPK wanted to use tweets sent by Aaron Walker as evidence. The tweets he offered were all addressed to someone other than Brett Kimberlin, such as Patterico and Breitbart Unmasked, but tweets to third parties were not directed to him and, thus, not germane. This led Mr. Walker to note the following (p. 30, underlined in purple):
I will note that many of these tweets, literally, have nothing to do with Brett Kimberlin, unless he’s willing to admit today that he is Bright Bart (phonetic sp.) Unmasked.
We haven’t run out of court appearance for TDPK yet. There’s more yet to come. Stay tuned.