Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

It was eleven years ago that Brett Kimberlin filed a false criminal complaint against Aaron Walker. I published Breaking!—Aaron Walker Arrested eleven years ago today.

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Stacy McCain is reporting that Aaron Walker was taken into custody following the Kimberlin v. Walker hearing this morning.

Stay tuned.

UPDATE–The Other McCain reports:

Just spoke to a source who confirms that witnesses saw Walker led out of the courtroom in handcuffs. Ali Akbar, president of the National Bloggers Club, Tweets: Will know more on Aaron’s situation at 3:30/4:30pm.

UPDATE 2–Gateway Pundit has a copy of the final peace order posted.

UPDATE 3–Ali Akbar tweets:

#BrettKimberlin is planning on serving at least 5 of us in the coming days. So his allies say. Ready.

UPDATE 4–There are more posts about Brett Kimberlin and his abuse of bloggers on the HOME page. Scroll down through the past week.

UPDATE 5–An eye witness report of the hearing is posted [expired link].

UPDATE 6–Another eye witness report is here.

UPDATE 7–katgburke tweets that the Montgomery County State’s Attorney says the arrest was for violation of the peace order not the assault charge.

UPDATE 8–The Blaze, OTOH, is reporting that they were told by a court clerk that the arrest was for the assault charge. This shows how difficult it is to get correct information on a breaking story. Sit tight. Stay tuned. The truth is out there.

UPDATE 9–@AaronWorthing (that’s Aaron Walker) tweets:

I cant say more until I talk to my lawyer but… i do really need your help right now. And I appreciate your support.

The donation web site is [expired link].

UPDATE 10—Eugene Volokh has a post on Aaron Walker, Brett Kimberlin, and the Fog of Litigation. Read the whole thing, including the comments.

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Of course, the charge against Aaron was eventually dropped and the underlying peace order overturned on appeal.

2 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. Wasn’t the judge eventually removed from the Bench as a result of his denying Supreme Court precedents on free speech applied in his courtroom??

    • Maryland requires judges to retire to senior status on the last day of the month containing their 70th birthdays. This judge was on senior status. Senior judges only preside at hearings or trials on a part-time basis—and may not be called upon to do so. AFAIK, this judge has not presided in court since his censure.

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