Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

While I was reviewing posts on the Internet as part of research about [redacted], I was reminded of some comments posted to Breitbart Unmasked Bunny Billy Unread by a sock puppet called “Texas Tim.” As the Gentle Reader will see from the evidence below, Brett Kimberlin was/is almost certainly Texas Tim.

Consider this excerpt from a long comment to the main BU post about BlogBash 2013.It contains a bunch of lies and one interesting tell. Let’s start with the tell, “… and my wife …” According to Tetyana Kimberlin, there were only five people involved in Kimberlin’s demonstration at BlogBash 2013. They were Craig Gillette (the photographer in the blue parka), Brett Kimberlin, Tetyana Kimberlin, and her two daughters. Brett Kimberlin was the only person there with his wife.

Now, to the lies. First, there is no record of any cooperation between the PG County Police and Brett Kimberlin, Justice Through Music Project, or VelvetRevolution.US (now Protect Our Elections/EMPR Inc.). However, there is evidence suggesting that threats made to the BlogBash venue by Brett Kimberlin and Neal Rauhauser did result in an increased police presence in the neighborhood during the event.

Second, the only “carding” that went on at BlogBash was to verify that people entering were on the guest list. It was a private, by-invitation-only event. As to whether anyone was carrying, …

Third, the only “imam” joining Kimberlin’s protest was Kimberlin himself with his head wrapped in a keffiyeh. Tetyana Kimberlin has said that she took these pictures of Brett Kimberlin using his phone. I downloaded them from the BU website.

So there’s reasonable evidence pointing to Brett Kimberlin as Texas Tim.

Texas Tim’s comments during early 2013 were often connected to Islam and to intelligence agencies. For example, note the hat in the picture above right. For a further example, here’s the first part of a long screed from a memory-holed post “Aaron Walker ‘Appears’ on Huff Post Live to Talk ‘Swatting'”.

BU went quiet for the months of May, June, and July in 2013. Texas Tim posted these comments to the last post in April.Dagestan is a republic in Russia on the western side of the Caspian Sea. During early 2013, it was still in the throws of trouble overflowing from the neighboring republic of Chechnya. Makhachkala is the site of the most prominent mosque in the region. Was Kimberlin in Dagestan, or are these comments just another bit of false narrative?

BTW, the Salon post linked to in the bottom comment deals with some of the organizations Kimberlin sued in the RICO 2: Electric Boogaloo LOLsuit.

There are interesting data points here. These dots are connected, and determining if and how they might also connect to [redacted] will be enlightening.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

Brett Kimberlin’s delusions of grandeur adequacy have led him to make outrageous claims of importance. I’ve been going over records related to [redacted], and one thing that keeps popping up is his effort to be considered a player on not just the national but the world scene. That’s something I first noticed in a court paper he filed back in early 2012.

Take a look at the first paragraph in this—

“… both national and international ramifications and is being watched by … foreign countries with large Muslim populations …

I guess that’s where that fiery imam who stalked BlogBash 2013 came from.


Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

While we’re on the subject of lies, here’s an example of one The Dread Deadbeat Pro-Se Kimberlin has kept trying to recycle: That he has been the victim of stalking rather than a stalker himself. That patently silly claim was the subject of the TKPOTD from four years ago today.

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Here’s another extract from paragraph 249 of The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin’s Second Amended Complaint in the Kimberlin v. The Universe, et al. RICO Madness. ECF 100-1-249a

<sarc>For example, the four of us were lurking about 172 Fleet Street on the evening of 14 March, 2013, while TDPK was going about his business on the sidewalk across the street.brettatblogbashWe were clearly harassing him by participating in BlogBash 2013 when TDPK had made it abundantly clear to the venue that if we did so, he would be forced to arrange a protest demonstration.</sarc>

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The use of lawfare to suppress truthful speech is sometimes referred to as the Streisand Effect. Perhaps the continued use of such lawfare even after multiple failures should be called the Kimberlin Effect.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

While reviewing the Team-Kimberlin-related posts from previous 26 Novembers, this TKPOTD tickled my fancy—

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This person was photographed in a light-colored (white or silver) Toyota Highlander parked across the street from Bobby McKeys, the venue for BlobBash, on the evening of 14 March, 2013.MuslimsGentle Reader, who do you suppose it is stalking BlogBash?

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The Dread Deadbeat Pro-Se Kimberlin had threatened that if Blogbash were held in 2013 that there would be a huge protest led by a fiery imam.

Yeah. Right.