As the old saying goes, if you believe this is just coincidence, then we have a bridge for sale we’d like to show you.
Last Friday was “Everyone Blog About Brett Kimberlin” day and many, many stepped up to the plate to let a little more sunshine in on what this convicted felon has been up to since his release from prison.
Brett Kimberlin doesn’t like that his public record remains public, since his primary source of funds are from the non-profits he runs with the help of nice, fat grants from various organizations, including left-wingers like the Tides Foundation and The Streisand Foundation. To show his displeasure with the truth being said…errrrrr…typed out loud, Kimberlin has been on a long tear filing lawsuits against those who mention his name at the same time as his past and highlight his financial support by the left.
Saturday, another high-profile blogger received a visit from his local sheriffs. Erick Erickson of Red State and CNN political contributor reports:
“Someone called 911 from my address claiming there had been an accidental shooting.”
Yes, you read the right. Just like the Patrick Frey spoof SWAT, someone called 911 from Erik’s own house to lie about a shooting.
Not only does this deliberately put innocents at risk of grave danger since a mistake or a wrong move by either party could result in injury or even death, it is a colossal waste of taxpayer dollars.
And it is illegal to some degree everywhere.
Of course, Erickson’s swatter could be a copycat.
BLAST FROM THE PAST: It was reported by Joe Gelarden that, when Kimberlin was incarcerated, he tried to have someone set off bombs with similar components to those set off in Speedway, to show that there was another perpetrator and that he therefore could not be guilty.
Of course, pigs often fly, too.
BLAST FROM THE PAST: The grandmother of Brett Kimberlin’s 14-year old alleged love obsession, Julia Scypher, was summarily executed by, it is believed though never able to be proven due to the death of the primary witness, one of Brett Kimberlin’s friends in 1978.
As a current victim of Kimberlin’s abuse of the legal system, Aaron Worthing summed up this latest incident succinctly:
“…if Brett Kimberlin or his allies really did this, they know nothing about the internet. They just tried to put out a fire, with gasoline.”