Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

One of claims that Brett Kimberlin made in several of his LOLsuits was that truthful reporting about him had harmed a business relationship between Justice Through Music Project and the U. S. State Department. The TKPOTD for three years ago today dealt with that claim and posted a copy of the State Department’s response to a Freedom of Information Act request about any such relationship.

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One of the things that The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin has claimed in some of his LOLsuits is that the truthful reporting by my codefendants and me harmed a relationship between Justice Through Music Project and the State Department. He claimed to have had a business relationship with the State Department’s International Leadership Program to teach foreign activists how to use social media. As part of my preparation to defend those LOLsuits, I filed a Freedom of Information Act request with the State Department asking for the details of Kimberlin’s work for them.

Here is their reply—

TL;DR—We won’t admit to having anything to do with him.


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Yes, well, that’s from the State Department, and the FOIA request deals with activities when Hillary Clinton was Secretary of State, so it may be that information was on a wiped server in some bathroom closet. Or it may be that Kimberlin is no longer seen as useful by that element of the Deep State. Or he could have been lying. Or perhaps the correct conjunction to use is and.

2 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. In the Sawed-Off Pedo Bomber’s defense, I find it entirely plausible that he did work with the State Department.

    1) If you look at the kinds of people the State Department has to deal with regularly from other nations, The Sawed-Off Pedo Bomber is just a penny-ante version of some of those thugs.

    2) If you gave me the choice of admitting to working with The Sawed-Off Pedo Bomber and taking the penalties for perjury, I’d be sorely tempted to keep my mouth shut, my shame unadmitted, and taking the hit for lying under oath.

  2. Does the U.S. State Department Google their contacts/contractors?

    If so, they’d find a litigious felon found responsible by a judge for the suicide of an innocent veteran. Additionally, old copies of his biography detail an odd relationship with a very young girl which included public nudity on his part. Oh yeah, and the bombs which he planted in seemingly random locations. Oh, and the cops figured the bombs were planted to distract them from a murder. No charges filed on that murder. The victim objected to the relationship with the young girl.

    Protip: Never leave timers and bomb making components in the trunk of your car while going to the copy center dressed as a park ranger while attempting to pick up a fake ID.

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