In Re Kimberlin v. Walker, et al.


Convicted perjurer, drug smuggler, and bomber Brett Kimberlin has filed a Maryland lawsuit naming bloggers Aaron Walker, W. J. J. Hoge, and Robert Stacy McCain; National Bloggers Club President Ali A. Akbar; and the anonymous blogger Kimberlin Unmasked as defendants.

The defendants believe that the suit is without merit and is part of Kimberlin’s continued effort to use lawfare to silence journalists and bloggers who have written truthfully about Kimberlin’s criminal past and recent conduct. The defendants will not make any further comments until they have finished initial consultations their respective legal counsel.

UPDATE—Stacy McCain’s statement is here.

UPDATE 2—Kimberlin Unmasked’s statement is here.

23 thoughts on “In Re Kimberlin v. Walker, et al.

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  3. So filed with a judge who has already ruled on something in the family law case. Can’t tell which way that is going or what that might mean.

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  5. Best of luck to you all.
    I will refrain from any comments about the merits of the case other than to say that all of you are not represented by Acme, and practicing law is not as easy as some of Team Evil’s members seem to think.

  6. Why BS would never make it through law school: fallacious logic.
    1. Mr. H’s list of BK’s actual convictions at the top of this post? BS refers to them as allegations. P.S. there are free on line dictionaries for help with big words like “allegations.”
    2. His belief that calling someone something for which they have not been convicted is libel. You mean like calling Stranahan a pornographer and his wife a prostitute? Like that?
    3. I have made a donation.

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  9. Do repetitive frivolous suits expose BK to civil or criminal action?

    This kind of abuse leaves me incredulous that any judge would take these complaints seriously?

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