Lies. False Narratives. Whatever you call the stories Brett Kimberlin tries to peddle, the one thing they lack is the truth. The TKPOTD for two years ago today dealt with a few of falsehoods contained in appeal brief he filed with the Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit in his recent attack on his Speedway Bombing convictions.
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Brett Kimberlin’s has been trying to have some of his Speedway Bombing convictions overturned. His efforts failed in the District Court, and he’s appealed to the Seventh Circuit. His appeal brief in the case was due yesterday, and he managed to get it filed on time.
It appears to be chocked full of misrepresentations of what happened in his original trials and the evidence in the trial records. One that jumped out at me was his incomplete recounting of the evidence relating to his conviction for being a felon in possession of explosives (beginning on page 9). His brief implies that the use of explosives by a third party for an excavation job on Kimberlin’s rural property years before the Speedway Bombings provided the grounds for his conviction. However, residue of Tovex explosive was found in the Chevrolet Kimberlin was driving when he was arrested and was also found in his Mercedes.
The felony conviction which made Kimberlin ineligible to possess explosives was for perjury. It seems he still tells lies.
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Of course, Kimberlin lost that appeal—both the facts and the law were against him—and the Supreme Court declined to hear the case.
Brett Kimberlin is still the Speedway Bomber. And a liar.