Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin simply can’t keep his stories straight. Consider this from his second amended complaint in his Kimberlin v. The Universe, et al. RICO Madness—ECF 135-83That’s from paragraph 83. Note the date. Now, take a look at what he wrote just a few paragraphs later.ECF 135-95

So my codefendant Erick Erickson joined the mythical RICO enterprise twice.

Uh, huh.

46 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


  1. Erick Erickson did,

    1) write about Brett Kimberlin;

    and,

    2) was Swatted.

    Subsequent events did prove the wisdom of his decision to contact the police.


    • Man, Brett Kimberlin gets so SENSITIVE when you mention that a bunch of people were SWATted after writing about him! You have to wonder why it is such a sore point with him. Perhaps we should keep asking about it until we get better answers.


  2. So I may have mentioned I’m a biker. I may have met a couple who also ride, who has the same model of bike i Have. He, however, is a cop in my hometown. Since we ride the same model of motorcycle, we kinda hit it off. He is a child abuse investigator. I asked what I could do since a certain Maryland Adductor Harasser had already once tried to dox me. He made it clear that if that harasser published my personal information, he would take it as a threat against my kids, and prosecute to the fullest extent of Alabama and federal law. It’s nice to have riding buddies.

    So, after my Ghost tried to sway me, I felt vulnerable. I called my riding buddy and told him that I suspected I’d pissed enough people off that I might get swatted. I was told he got it. Sure enough, I got swatted that night. Thankfully, my riding buddy had filled everyone in. He called me on my private cell number, and asked what was going on. At the time, I was working out of town and state as personal security for a bar owner. I wasn’t even at home. So the police didn’t even show up at my home. They blew it off, since my home was empty, My kids were at grandma’s house, and I was out of state.

    The investigation on my swatting continues. But here is what I know. I pissed off my Ghost. I’d pissed off Schmalfeldt. I pissed off Penny. I got swatted. I’d called my cop friends early enough to know I was in the clear. It happened. I was out of states and my kids weren’t at home. It was a failed swatting.

    My only advice, don’t swat a guy who is a riding buddy with the police.


    • Perhaps I wan’t clear, I’m not accusing Bill or Penny with my swatting. I was swatted, I’d talked to my riding buddy. When the call came through, I was out of state. I don’t know who tried to swat me, but they failed.


    • I’m VERY interested in this story. Can you tell us any more specifics and also keep us updated about the progress? Also, can you post all details available about the communication from so-called Ghost? Like time, date, headers, and of course the contents. It’d also be nice for it to be on your blog so that other…. people who watch this type of issue … can link each other to it compare notes.


      • I just got home from escorting my friend and bar owner home. I’ll try to get the information I can and post it. What I know is a teletype call to the Alabama Center for the Deaf and blind came in, and they translated a teletype call to my local police claiming I’d killed my kids and was about to kill my neighbors. The 911 call went through, and my riding buddy called in and said wait, I know this guy, let me try and reach him. I was in Tennessee when he called me. I told him my kids were not at my house, and he passed that up the chain. It is the second swatting this year in Huntsville. I’m happy with the way local cops handled both swattings.


      • BKWatch – if someone posted here every bit of evidence they had, wouldn’t that mean that the bad guys could look at it and determine how much trouble they were in, and act accordingly?

        This is the second time that you have demanded complete documentation of what is known or suspected about TK from people on the anti-TK side. I think it is probably best if all the details are provided to law enforcement rather than some random person on the internet?


    • A couple of replies down the line you said this”That sums it up nicely, I called an anonymous commenter Ghost, because they claimed to have all sorts of deep, undercover information about all the “key players” revolving around my blog, and went on about how they go all the way back to Weinergate and such. I don’t remember it all, but it was pretty full of “I know the secrets” kind of stuff. So I was supposed to respond in a comment that “Messaged received, comment more” or some other code word. Instead, I wrote a blog post about it.”
      Chills up and down my spine for the language of Neal Rauhauser which I lived with from the start of Weinergate. Wow, Great comment.
      I’m sure it was a proxy IP, right?
      Do you get hits from Romania and other far-out countries?


  3. Can someone else fill me in about the “Ghost” Michael is speaking of? I presume this is a commenter at his blog….

    FWIW, even when not warned in advance of fools with swat-level sociopathology, police departments are getting wise to teletype swats, receiving training on when to suspect false reports, and when to proceed with extra caution. Sorting out abusive calls is part of the process now, because of the high risk to the department and the community. Poor SWATers, I guess nothing gold can stay.

    The Brett Kimberlin fan club includes paranoid and vicious kooks. Bill, or whoever was writing for Bill when he got called out, was just beside himself with rage, practically a catastrophic reaction. He’s nuts and a horror show of vindictiveness and obsession, but that’s not saying much for friends of BK. I imagine anyone who wilingly collects themselves round the little bomber is much the same.


    • Check his blog – do a search for the word “ghost.” In a nutshell, after he started writing about BS, he was contacted by an anonymous person, via TOR or something like it, who told Michael Malone that he had a bunch of info for him. In the end, I think Michael got suspicious, but I haven’t followed it that much. Michael named this person, “Ghost.”


      • That sums it up nicely, I called an anonymous commenter Ghost, because they claimed to have all sorts of deep, undercover information about all the “key players” revolving around my blog, and went on about how they go all the way back to Weinergate and such. I don’t remember it all, but it was pretty full of “I know the secrets” kind of stuff. So I was supposed to respond in a comment that “Messaged received, comment more” or some other code word. Instead, I wrote a blog post about it.


      • Weinergate? I think you mentioned elsewhere that the Ghost brought up “Beandogs”?

        Neal. Bank on it.


  4. Earl Scruggs wrote: “This is the second time that you have demanded complete documentation of what is known or suspected about TK from people on the anti-TK side. I think it is probably best if all the details are provided to law enforcement rather than some random person on the internet?”

    THIS!

    Color me curious here, too — As evidenced by BKWatch’s numerous comments on Michael’s blog, BKWatch has expressed quite the issue with people addressing this Penny Alessi character although she has purposefully followed some of us on Twitter, and appears hellbent on bringing herself into this situation in any way she can. She is attacking and harassing Michael on both Twitter and his blog, Michael claims he has now been SWATted, and the nasty parody Jeanette referenced above rabidly RTs Penny Alessi, her stalking of Lynn Thomas, and has repeatedly tweeted personal information of both Jeanette and someone they presume to be Lynn Thomas — complete with addresses. Especially creepy on the heels of the attempted SWATting on Michael’s address.

    I truly don’t understand the rabid resistance displayed by some to avoid shedding light on these freaks’ actions and behavior. I just don’t get it. All I can say is it is downright curious. Curious, indeed.


  5. “she has purposefully followed some of us on Twitter, and appears hellbent on bringing herself into this situation in any way she can.” IMO, All the more reason to observe and not engage.


  6. Michael wrote: “I honestly don’t think Bill did it. He’d be a fool to, after all the warning’s I’ve given him about posting my private information.”

    I’m simply not a big believer in coincidences… take that for what it’s worth. Tis beyond disturbing you’ve now experienced a SWATting (unsuccessful or not), and are being warned by that Penny Alessi on your blog that you should be concerned about hiding your real identity.

    Yeah. Crazy should really be ignored. *smdh*


      • Encouraged? Who has encouraged, and in what manner?

        Because all I’ve witnessed is some freakshow crawl out of the woodwork stalking and harassing, and, then proceed to jump in further when the freakshow’s stalking and harassment was pointed out.

        Maybe I missed something.


      • If the sort of Alessi-blocking BKwatch has engaged in is limited to encouraging no engagement of that person, or less indirect chatter concerning her, I have to admit I approve of that message. Freakshow it is. No argument with that.


  7. Meanwhile, in the state case, a couple new orders have been posted. One, denying TDPK’s motion for protective order in re discovery, we already knew about; the other grants in part and denies in part the defendants’ motion to strike TDPK’s expert witnesses. I look forward to our Gentle Host’s comments on the matter when he deems it opportune.


      • Nope, Maryland just posts a brief description of docket entries. Unlike the federal PACER system, where the documents can be downloaded, Maryland requires a visit to the courthouse to see the actual case file.


  8. Michael

    First, I am sorry that you were SWATed. That is beyond creepy; that is dangerously life threatening.

    Second, you may now have a greater understanding of, and so sympathy for, some of the vociferous push back you got from folks here at Hogewash before you were aware of the full situation.

    Third, I would be cautious about BK Watch, who has spent a fair amount of time recently in defending Team Kimberlin. He (or she) may just be a very charitable soul; it may also be a sock puppet.


  9. Onlooker wrote: “If the sort of Alessi-blocking BKwatch has engaged in is limited to encouraging no engagement of that person, or less indirect chatter concerning her, I have to admit I approve of that message. Freakshow it is. No argument with that.”

    You (and, BKWatch for that matter) may find yourself with a very different outlook had just one of many freakshows directly harassed, stalked, threatened, and/or SWATted you and your family.

    Just sayin’.


    • BTW —

      Is a “OHAINEAL” comment “encouraging no engagement of that person, or less indirect chatter concerning her?”

      How about making comments on a blog referring to a certain Deranged Cyberstalker and Adjudicated Harasser as “a fool?”

      Just trying to understand all of the don’t-encourage-Penny-Alesi-specifically chatter today.

      Help me out.


      • The former has something to do with her? The latter isn’t quite what I said, though foolish is what foolish does. I am not the boss of topics for anyone, just saying my approach is more generally to let the crazy walk on by…and if it gets out of hand, deal with it behind the scenes.


      • First things first, replying to one’s own post is MY signature move and you didn’t do it correctly. You need to either reply to your posts more times than that, or make the posts WAY longer. I can’t forgive you until you apologize for ripping off my style without the proper shoutouts.

        On to the other matters you raise. I hope you realize I am NOT denying that any of the harassment victims (such as Jeanette V.) received harassment. For this, they deserve sympathy. I also realize that an overwhelming number of people engaged in harassment online are people who are basically in their right minds, and so should know better, and at a bare minimum it is healthy for them to be subjected to shaming.

        The issue is whether you should engage in a lot of argument with someone who is delusional. P. Alesi is delusional, so you are going to have a REALLY hard time convincing her – or sometimes even getting across even basic ideas. Am I saying anyone deserved to be yelled at by her? Never! But online yelling matches with the mentally ill are really fruitless. Not what you wanted to hear? Me neither. I learned about this the hard way (though not nearly as hard as some do) when I was a lot younger.

        I detect an implied Bill Schmalfeldt subtext to your beef with me, and if that’s so, I’m sure you realize I am no fan of his online filth. The multiple Peace Orders (and equivalent) that have now been sent his way are, I’m pretty sure, fully justified and his victims do not deserve to be bothered with any of it. Having said that, do I think his misdeeds are best simply ignored? Actually no! I think it’s great that people archive them in case they’re needed as evidence later; discuss them; shame them. What I don’t think is great is granting him the ability to draw you into a juvenile argument. Engage him sparingly, or even never, and he will be less satisfied. This does not preclude you from picking apart the falsehoods in things he says, in separate venues, discussing among other people in good faith. In other words, sure, discuss his stuff, but don’t let him always draw you into discussing it with HIM. Least of all not on his terms.

        And if you agree with one or two others, that I might be a mole of Kimberlin, because I happen to doubt the government intentionally protects his misdeeds, I can’t help you. I just wonder what you think about all the faithful enemies of Kimberlin’s misdeeds who likewise sense no conspiracy.


  10. The former was your direct quote sans me adding ” /him ” (to reference Neal) after the her.

    And, the latter is certainly what you said. You referred to Bill Schmalfeldt as a fool.

    No one claimed you were “the boss of topics for anyone,” albeit, you appear to be relatively free with your advice as to how others should deal with stalkers and harassers. I’m simply curious, and asked for some clarification, as to why you (and, BKWatch) have repeatedly argued against anyone speaking to — AND, OF — Alesi SPECIFICALLY.

    It appears BS is fair game. So are NR and BK. So, I’ll ask again — why only let crazy Alesi walk on by? Do you (and, BKWatch) consider blog comments regarding BS/NR/BK “dealing with it behind the scenes?”

    Again… help me understand.


    • As I said, Alesi is delusional and BK is not. NR is probably not delusional but at worst, he is WAY more cogent than Alesi, and therefore fully morally responsible for his actions. From a purely dry legal perspective, Alesi does not write like any kind of person who would ever be held legally competent if it came before a judge (and for all we know, it has…)

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