I know that I said that I wasn’t going to pay much attention to Team Kimberlin until after the election, but both of FMNR’s regular blog readers have emailed me about this, so I thought I’d pass it along. He has a post up called Understanding Everybody Blog About Brett Kimberlin Day (no, I won’t link to it) in which he says that the blogburst
was triggered by Aaron Walker’s May 22nd arrest for a peace order violation.
The stress of the truth closing in must be affecting FMNR’s memory.
22 May was the date of TDPK’s ex parte hearing related to the peace order and alleged violations. Mr. Walker was arrested at the 29 May hearing. FMNR should know that because he was present at the 29 May hearing. The timing of the hearings and Mr. Walker’s arrest are matters of public record. Neal Rauhauser was seen at the 29 May hearing.
<mockery>At the tail end of his post, FMNR hints darkly that indictments may be brewing and he advises against cleaning up the record because a U. S. Attorney might call that obstruction of justice. He and the rest of Team Kimberlin might want to remember that. Tax evasion, possession of a firearm by a prohibited person, interstate threats, etc., are all matters that a U. S. Attorney might find interesting.</mockery>
It’s fascinating to watch how the wheels are beginning to come off the clown car as it careens about trying to avoid a collision with the truth. I wonder which member of Team Kimberlin will bail out first in an attempt to mitigate the consequences due him.
We’ll see. Stay tuned
UPDATE–As is noted in the first comment below, the Everybody Blog About Brett Kimberlin blogburst was on 25 May, before Aaron Walker was arrested. Not only is FMNR appearing to have memory issues, he seems to have lost his grip on the concept of cause and effect.