Brett Kimberlin is failure. He failed as a drug smuggler. His Speedway Bombings earned him a sentence in excess of 50 years. (His sentence expire around Labor Day in 2030.) And his campaign of brass knuckles reputation management via lawfare has not only failed, it’s backfired. Four years ago today, I published this post suggesting it was Recommended Reading for someone who wanted a better understanding of The
Dread Deadbeat Kimberlin’s first LOLsuit against me.
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Dave Weigel has a very balanced account of the Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. nuisance lawsuit up at The Daily Beast.
Since I’ve been asked to comment on the piece, I’ll add this: Dave Weigel skipped over my testimony in the case. I assume that he did so because the questions asked of me were so pointless and did so little to move the case one way or the other.
Read the whole thing.
UPDATE—Stacy McCain adds his thought here.
UPDATE 2—I want to offer a second to Aaron Walker’s comment below. The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin’s shills would not be cluttering the comment section of Dave Weigel’s article if it weren’t seen as a problem by Team Kimberlin. Look, folks, the piece was published by The Daily Beast. It’s aimed right at Kimberlin’s natural constituency. It might actually cause one or two of his supporters to begin to ask questions. That’s worth more in the long run to the cause of bringing Brett Kimberlin to justice that a one-hour exposé on Fox News.
I’m in general agreement with Ali Akbar’s comment as well.
UPDATE 3—Ann Althouse has blogged about Dave Weigel’s post, and her comment section is quite interesting.
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Failing failures gotta fail.
Meanwhile, we’ll control the vertical and the horizontal. And the audio. And. the. narrative.