Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

The 2018 Form 990 for Justice Through Music Project has finally been posted online by the IRS.

I see that Brett Kimberlin has promoted himself from Director to President of the organization—an organization with two employees (Line 5) and no volunteers (Line 6).

I spotted several discrepancies and/or errors within the first five minutes of review.

4 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. With the amount of money he is reporting, he could have slipped some to his bestest friend and loyal lackey Bill Schmalfeldt; so that his snaggle toothed missus could get those new chompers he promised .

  2. Justice Through Music? You want music?

    Brett bends down to tie a errant shoelace. His floppy white socks crackle with energy. Softly. Faintly. Very faintly and softly-


    Drums in the deep.

    What are they saying?

    ” Hillary 2024 ”

    Brett smiles as he stands back up.

  3. “The building of a net-zero energy model green home” is an expense listed.
    Who occupies said home?
    Pay rent?
    If no rent paid, is that person reporting it as a taxable benefit?
    More than crabs smell fishy in Maryland.

  4. “The building of a net-zero energy model green home” is listed as a project expense.
    Who occupies said home?
    Does said occupant pay rent?
    If living rent free in said home, I hope that person reports it as a taxable benefit.
    The “home” does not appear to be listed as an asset of the organization. Why? (As soon as construction starts, that spent becomes the value of a capital asset. No buildings are listed in the organizations assets.)
    So many questions raised.

Leave a Reply