Team Kimberlin’s efforts to distract peoples’ attention from their shenanigans has been rather pathetic. This post from eight years ago today dealt with one attempt by Breitbart Unmasked to confuse people about a stalking incident at the Howard County District Courthouse. Who’s On First? Why, it was Brett Kimberlin!
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Someone using the sock puppet identity of Nemesis has a post over at Breitbart Unmasked (I read it so you don’t have to, and, no, I won’t link to it.) about how Aaron Walker is melting down. I lost count of the false and/or misleading statements in the piece. However, Nemesis does ask one question that is worthy of discussion:
When one person lives in Maryland and another doesn’t but somehow finds himself at the courthouse in the presence of someone he claims to “fear”, who is the stalker and who is the stalkee?
I would suppose the proper answer might depend on other facts surrounding the situation.
Suppose, for instance, the person from out of state had official business in the courthouse because he was a party in a hearing. Suppose the Maryland resident was from a different county and had no particular business at the courthouse. Suppose the Maryland resident drove around the parking lot twice (30+ minutes apart) obviously searching for something or someone, and suppose he drove off each time without ever getting out of his car or even parking it.
Given those facts, Gentle Reader, who would you guess might be a stalker?
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Brett Kimberlin was so worried about his reputation, but most of the public never could tell him from the shortstop.