Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

One of the stories that circulates among Team Kimberlin and Brett Kimberlin’s fanboys is the one about how he was secretly exonerated of his crimes. There’s supposed to be some magic sealed documents.

Here’s an extract from Brett Kimberlin’s current file (as of 14 March, 2013) with the United States Parole Commission.

Note the DAYS REMAINING (underlined in red). 10681. Those were the days remaining on his sentence when he was paroled for the second time in 2001. If his status had changed since then, there would have been a recomputation, and the days remaining should have gone to zero. If he had been exonerated, the expiration date of his full term would have passed and would not be 17 years in the future.

6 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. The entire concept of secret exoneration is bad-movie bullshit. I’ve been a federal criminal practitioner for 18 years and have never seen any indication that such a thing exists or ever has.

    Yeah yeah . . . . I know . . . . It’s SECRET.

  2. Offering the financial quid pro quo to “hackers” for information that presumably could only be acquired by committing a felony certainly must be a violation of the conditions of his parole. Why hasn’t his parole been revolked?

    • The same reason he and his acolytes can harass people with impunity. The same reason a violent felon can run a “charity” without any official curiosity.

      He’s protected. The lies he told about Quayle made him friends in high places, and he’s maintained those contacts ever since. Someone finds him useful.

  3. It says he was sentenced for 12,142 days, and when he left he had 10,681 remaining. So he only spent 1,461 days behind bars then? In other words, 1,461/12,142 = 12% of his sentence.

    I think we’ve found the problem with the justice system in America right there.

    • No. If you read it carefully it says that there were 12,000+ days remaining on his sentence when his parole was revoked in 1997.

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