Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

It’s really beginning to look as if Brett Kimberlin has hastily abandoned all of his websites still hosted in the United States. The velvetrevolution dot us domain was moved offshore to the same server hosting empr dot media around the middle September, but the site is empty. Access to the remaining onshore sites was disabled when the domain hosting their name servers were taken down. Given that it’s not that hard to move to a new name server, it looks as if Kimberlin is either distracted by something that is keeping him and his IT guy from maintaining the sites—or he’s tried to move everything back offshore, but that process has been disrupted.

The last day that I can verify that any of the onshore sites were working is 10 October, and a certain story broke in the NY Post on the 14th.

The United States does not have an extradition treaty with Ukraine.

4 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. You’ve got me wondering. If a nation has no extradition treaty with the US but neither has a legal ban on such extraditions, would the US care if that nation were to simply send the loser back to the US anyway? Would the courts care?
    Now that I think about it, I recall reading that the US courts don’t give a fig how a defendant gets to face the courts; if they’re there, trial on.
    Now there’s a fun thought to make certain sawed-off pedo bombers sweat…

      • There is a difference between “no extradition treaty” and a “no extraditions policy,” after all. Instead of filing all that formal paperwork, Trump just picks up the phone and says “hey, if you’d send that scumbag back here, that’d be just great and we’d be very grateful…”

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