Today is the eleventh anniversary of Everybody Blog About Brett Kimberlin Day, a blogburst created to draw attention to Kimberlin’s lawfare against several bloggers. One of my posts that day was titled Who Is Brett Kimberlin?, and it ended with these words—
Who is Brett Kimberlin? He is a convicted felon. His record of convictions includes perjury, drug dealing, possession of explosives by a felon, impersonating a police officer, causing injury by bombing, and more. From the transcripts of the recent Maryland Circuit Court cases, it looks as if there is a prima facia case of perjury again.
Bloggers have been posting truthful information about Brett Kimberlin, and he has been responding with abusive and bogus action in the courts. It’s a shame that some honest bloggers had to suffer his abuse before the rest of us began to react. Now that we are awake, I believe that Mr. Kimberlin will regret having picked on Stacy McCain, or Seth Allen, or Aaron Walker, or Patterico, or Liberty Chick, or anyone else.
One final note. While he was serving time for the Speedway bombings, Mr. Kimberlin claimed to have sold drugs to Dan Quayle when the former VP was in school. [See 6 F.3d 789 (1993) Brett C. KIMBERLIN, Appellee, v. Michael J. QUINLAN, et al., Appellants. No. 91-5315. United States Court of Appeals, District of Columbia Circuit] The DEA investigated his claims and determined that they were false. Another apparent lie.
I believe I was correct in predicting that Kimberlin would wind up regretting his cyberharassment and lawfare.