When ever possible, I try to include primary documents or links to them in my posts. Here are three further extracts from The Dread Pirate Kimberlin’s current (as of 14 March, 2013) file with the United States Parole Commission. (There’s more than 60 pages in TDPK’s publicly available file.) Note that the file has been redacted by the government because of privacy law considerations.
The first page is from 1997 and shows that a special condition of TDPK’s parole was to begin a good faith effort to satisfy Mrs. DeLong’s judgments against TDPK for her personal injuries and the wrongful death of Mr. DeLong.
The second page is also from 1997 and shows two of the reasons why his parole was revoked. Most folks who have been following the Saga are aware that he was sent back to the slammer for stiffing Mrs. DeLong, but that was not the only reason. Note that item 1 is Kimberlin’s engaging in a fraudulent mortgage loan application.
The third page is from 1999. When his parole was revoked, he was sent back for two years. In 1999, two more years are added. The reason(s) have been redacted, but I’m willing to bet that it wasn’t because the Bureau of Prisons loved his company.