Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

Cabin Boy Bill Schmalfeldt keeps referring to Brett Kimberlin’s “alleged” crimes. Here’s the list of federal crimes of which Brett Kimberlin has been convicted, some on multiple counts.

Conspiracy to Possess Marijuana
Intent to Distribute Marijuana.
Possession and Illegal use of Department of Defense Insignia
Illegal use of the Seal of the President of the United States
Impersonation of a Federal Officer.
Receipt of explosives by a convicted felon
Possession of an Unregistered Destructive Device
Unlawful Manufacturing of a Destructive Device
Malicious Damage by Means of Explosives
Malicious Damage by Means of Explosives Involving Personal Injury.

The aggregate sentence for all of those charges (except the earlier perjury rap) was over 51 years. Kimberlin was paroled, had his parole revoked, and paroled a second time in 2001. In 2006 he was released from supervision by the Parole Commission. His sentence will finally expire in 2030.

5 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. According to Schmalfeldt, just because you have been convicted multiple times in federal court, that isn’t an “unbiased” source to prove he was actually guilty. The biggest laugh I’ve had from the Cabin Boy is when he said that since his master denies he ever did any of those things, he can’t be sure he is guilty….despite the multiple convictions laid out above. Talk about being blinded by your man crush..

  2. “sentence will finally expire in 2030” – Does this mean further crimes will cause the past sentence to essentially become active again, and he will have to serve that time until completion (or new parole) ?

    I had assumed that once parole period was over, a sentence was done?

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