Brett Kimberlin is a liar, and a surprisingly bad one, especially considering the amount of practice he’s had. He has made claims in his various court filings in his lawsuits against me and offered exhibits in those filings that refute his own allegations.
When he was on trial for the Speedway Bombings, his lawyers had him take a series of lie detector tests as part of their preparation. Leonard Harrelson was the examiner, and he was interviewed by Mark Singer for Kimberlin’s authorized biography Citizen K. The following begins at the bottom of page 324.
“We talked, I formulated the questions, and I ran two or three different tests. His tests indicated that he failed every relevant question. He bragged to me about flying drugs and outrunning government planes and dumping drugs when they were chasing him. And that was the truth.
“He made a lot of admissions about a lot of things. … He flunked the test every way in the word with regard to why I was testing him. …
“I think Kimberlin’s the type of person that if you talked to him face-to-face you wouldn’t even need a polygraph. But he was a good subject for the polygraph because he reacted much better when he lied than some people do. There are certain types of individuals that do not react to a large extent, and he did; he reacted to a very large extent.”
I’ve had several face-to-face exchanges with Brett Kimberlin, mostly when he has been foolish enough to call me as a witness for his side of a court case. Mr. Harrelson was right. You can see the mendacity in Kimberlin’s eyes.