Although we had pro bono representation (Thank you, Patrick Ostronic!) in the Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. nuisance LOLsuit, my codefendants and I started an online defense fund to help pay for the incidental expense of the the case. As can be seen form a snippet of courtroom dialogue at the start of the TKPOTD from six years ago today, The
Dread Deadbeat Pro-Se Kimberlin didn’t like the name we gave our fund.
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Mr. Ostronic: Why is the fund called Bomber Sues Bloggers?
Mr. Kimberlin: Objection!
The answer to Mr. Ostronic’s question is very simple.
The vexatious anti-First-Amendment litigant suing us is Brett Kimberlin, a convicted felon whose rap sheet includes 30+ counts of perjury, possession of marijuana for distribution, impersonating a federal officer, forgery, misuse of the Seal of the President of the United States, possession of explosives by a felon, and use of a destructive device to cause injury in interstate commerce. Those last two charges related to the his 1979 bombing spree in Speedway, Indiana, that earned him the title “Speedway Bomber.” He was paroled in 1993, but his parole was revoked in 1996, in part for failure to make restitution to the widow of a victim. He was paroled again in 2000. His sentence expires in 2030.
TThus, the name: Bomber Sues Bloggers.
You can help Aaron, Stacy, Ali, KU, and me defend ourselves and our First Amendment rights for Brett Kimberlin’s meritless attack. Go to [dead link to a now retired domain BomberSuesBloggers] to find out how.
Oh, one more thing about Brett Kimberlin … Do you remember the federal prisoner who lied about being Dan Quayle’s dope dealer? That’s the guy,
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While it seems to me that Brett Kimberlin feels no shame or remorse for his past acts, he does seem to understand that most people don’t approve of them. However, his attempts to hide them have been like his dope smuggling and music careers—just another failure.
Oh, and today is the fifth anniversary of the denial of Kimberlin’s appeal of the bogus peace order petition he filed against me on behalf of Tetyana Kimberlin’s elder daughter.