Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

One of the things that The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin has claimed in some of his LOLsuits is that the truthful reporting by my codefendants and me harmed a relationship between Justice Through Music Project and the State Department. He claimed to have had a business relationship with the State Department’s International Leadership Program to teach foreign activists how to use social media. As part of my preparation to defend those LOLsuits, I filed a Freedom of Information Act request with the State Department asking for the details of Kimberlin’s work for them.

Here is their reply—

TL;DR—We won’t admit to having anything to do with him.


Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

It was five years ago today that I first met Aaron Walker. It was in the lobby of the Montgomery County Circuit Courthouse. I was there to cover a peace order hearing for this blog. Brett Kimberlin has sought the peace order against Aaron in order to silence Aaron’s reporting truthful things about Kimberlin and his past and present activities. The bogus peace order was overturned at that hearing.

Yes, it’s been five years.

During that time, Kimberlin has tried to use lawsuits to silence those who have reported on him. The first suit named Aaron Walker, Stacy McCain, Ali Akbar, Kimberlin Unmasked, and me. Subsequent suits included us and over 40 other co-defendants. Someone referred to Kimberlin’s legal tactics as brass knuckles reputation management. He was surprised when we defendants punched back, some of us more than twice as hard. The result of his legal follies has been the Streisand Effect on steroids.

The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin’s alleged day job is Director of a not-for-profit called Justice Through Music Project which (according to its corporate charter) supposedly exists “to shed light on some of the injustices in the world through the power of music.” As part of that … um … effort, he runs the website jtmp dot org. That site has never hand much impact on the Interwebz. For example, none of its posts ever seem to generate comments.

The JTMP has always had fairly low traffic, but it has been losing even more ground recently. As of mid morning yesterday, its Alexa ranking was 13,392,452 which was even lower than brieitbitnews dot com’s 10,923,356.

For comparison, The Other McCain has an Alexa ranking of 367,126, and Hogewash! comes in at 369,796. The First Amendment is winning.

Meanwhile, it’s T-minus 9 days and counting in the Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

Service of legal papers on a corporation is made either on certain officers (such as the president or secretary) or on its resident agent. As of close of business last Friday, this was the listing for the resident agent for Justice Through Music Project—However, when a package was sent by Certified Mail to JTMP containing papers related to the Hoge v. Kimberlin, et al. lawsuit, the package was refused.Hmmmm.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

What do almightymedia dot org, americancrossroadswatch dot org, boycottcrimea dot com, campaignaccountablitywatch dot org, citizensagainstgmo dot com, hogewatch dot com, huntonandwilliamswatch dot org, indictbreitbart dot org, issaoversight dor org, jtmp dot org, kochwatch dot org,  mccutcheonwatch dot org, occupyforaccountability dot org, op-critical dot com, protectourelections dot com, protectourelections dot org, stopthechamber dot org, velvetrevolution dot us, and voterprogress dot com share in common? Aside from very little web traffic, that is.brettswebsites

They are all hosted on the very same server that hosted the Breitbart Unmasked Bunny Billy Boy Unread website until a few days ago.

Many of them don’t seem to have been properly maintained, and hogewatch dot com never seems to have actually been put to use. Also, many of them have Dontate buttons that lead to the Justice Through Music Project donation page.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin managed to find a way to have some positive spin on last week’s electoral outcomes—jtmp-20161112a

And based on the comments generated by that post, it appears that TDPK still is having vanishingly small impact on the Interwebz—jtmp-201112bTPDK’s foolish attempts at brass knuckles reputation management have not simply failed—he has managed to tar everything with personal reputation. It’s been suggested that the Streisand Effect should be renamed for Brett Kimberlin, but his few flashes of infamy don’t added up to enough exposure.

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

This was part of Aaron Walker’s cross examination of The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin during the Walker v. Kimberlin, et al. trial.

MR. WALKER: Now, remind me, if you will, what you do for your charities.
MR. KIMBERLIN: I run a non-profit Justice Through Music, and we work with, ah, famous bands and artist to get young people involved with civic participation. We, ah, we also work with, ah, dissidents around the workd to get them, um, their message out to the general public. We work with, um, a lot of voting registration groups. We, um, registered literally hundreds of thousands of young people to vote over the years. Um, we have been very much involved, um, with making sure that voting machines are, are not hackable and that their, um, they provide and accurate reading. We were very involved with making sure that, ah, Maryland, ah, got away from the electronic voting machines and changed over to the paper ballots, ah, that I believe they used this year for the first time in, um, Maryland. And, um, we have, ah, we have a lot of [unintelligible] campaigns. For example, we had a campaign called “Iran“, um, “Iran Now”, um, during the Green Revolutionin, in Iran. Ah, We’re doing a lot of, of, because my wife’s from Ukraine, we’re doing a lot of, ah, work with Ukraine. Right now, I’m working with, ah, Congressmembers, um, on legislation to protect the vote. I’m working with the Department of Justice right now to, ah, to protect, ah, this coming election. There’s a lot of information about hacking by Russian, and our team that works for me are, are specialists in hacking and, ah, electronic cyberhacking and things like that. So we are probably one of the foremost groups in, in the country on that.