Brett Kimberlin tells lies, but he doesn’t do it very well. Oh, he gets by in the short-term most of the time, but in the long run, he winds up getting caught.
Here’s something he told Judge Jordan during the damages hearing in the Kimberlin v. Allen lawsuit. From p. 99 of the transcript—
And, and he talks about, you know, I haven’t been exonerated. Well, he doesn’t know what happened with the Justice Department lawsuit. He doesn’t know. And, but he goes out and says, I know that he’s never been exonerated and all this stuff. Well, I’m not getting into that here, you know. But I can tell you for a fact, and everybody here, I’m not on parole. I had a 50 year sentence.
I’m no longer serving that sentence. So something happened, and that’s as far as I’m going to go with that.
“I’m not on parole.” As of March, 2013, the United States Parole Commission still had an open file on him.
Kimberlin’s first parole was revoked in 1997, but they let him out again in 2001. In 2006, he successfully completed five years of supervised parole and was released from supervision, but his sentence has not expired.