Mark Singer of the New Yorker is the man who wrote Citizen K, The Deeply Weird American Journey of Brett Kimberlin. Singer has also spent time with and written about another notorious pathological liar, bully, and serial litigant: Donald J. Trump. Last night, I finished Singer’s short book Trump and Me, which revisits a profile […]
This house was SWATted on July 1, 2011. Seems like yesterday... maybe because I’m still being sued by Brett Kimberlin.
Remember Judge Cornelius Vaughey? He’s the judge who unconstitutionally found Aaron Walker had violated a peace order simply by blogging about convicted bomber and perjurer Brett Kimberlin. (The silly decision was later reversed.) Mark Steyn, in typically colorful language, said at the time: “Judge Vaughey comes across as a near parodic combination of bluster, ignorance […]
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COURT RULING: Brett Kimberlin Failed To Refute Charges That He Is A Pedophile. “Mr. Kimberlin … [had] to prove that they were false … — a statement that is defamatory but true isn’t actionable. And although he keeps saying he has shown falsity, he declined to take the stand to deny the allegations.”
There’s a fellow on the Internet calling himself Kimberlin Unmasked who is no fan of Brett Kimberlin. He renders the diminutive convicted bomber and perjurer as a snarling chihuahua. Anyway, he took some actual language from Brett Kimberlin’s frivolous and censorious complaint against me, incorporated a couple of lines from Ron Coleman’s answer, and put […]
At the Weekly Standard, Mark Hemingway has a piece titled: Meet the Men Behind Hillary Clinton’s Private ‘Spy Network’. Two big Clinton stories landed last week. The first is that Hillary Clinton destroyed the electronic copies of her State Department emails on her private server after the State Department subpoenaed her emails. The second is […]
A man jailed for 50 years in the United States for multiple bombings, drug smuggling and felony perjury, is attempting to leverage copyright troll cases to his advantage. Brett Kimberlin says that since a court has already revealed the identities of BitTorrent users, it should also unmask his critics. Show More Summary
Cowards. By all appearances, the Franklin Center has apparently caved to Brett Kimberlin. PACER contains the following docket text from today: NOTICE of Dismissal with prejudice as to Defendant The Franklin Center by Brett Kimberlin. (aos, Deputy Clerk) That can mean only one thing: an ignominious settlement. Confirming this suspicion, one notes that this link: […]
CALLER ID NEEDS TO BE MORE SECURE: Halo Video Game Executive Swatted At Home, Police Say. What, did he criticize Brett Kimberlin or something?
I don’t think I have mentioned the fact that my pro bono lawyers, Ron Coleman (from Likelihood of Confusion) and Bruce Godfrey of Jezic, Krum, and Moyse, LLC have taken on the defense of Ace of Spades in the frivolous and censorious lawsuit brought by convicted bomber and perjurer Brett Kimberlin. Ron and Bruce have […]
Ken White of Popehat excoriates The American Spectator for settling with Brett Kimberlin and taking down several articles about him: [T]his surrender will, and should, eviscerate its credibility with its target audience and its readers. First, how can it be taken seriously as an institution willing to speak truth to power if it caves to […]
We recently wrote about the Brett Kimberlin saga -- which is long and involved, and which we'd avoided jumping into for a long time, given how complex and nutty it was. If you're not familiar with it, go back and read that post to catch...Show More Summary
TechDirt: Reading Weigel’s account of the trial, you can quickly see why the judge ruled that way. So many of the points raised by Kimberlin clearly had nothing to do with anything coming anywhere near defamation, but rather were focused on “people said mean things online.”.... After the ruling, Kimberlin made […]
For years we've been paying somewhat loose attention to the saga involving Brett Kimberlin and his ongoing lawsuits against bloggers. The story was complex and convoluted from the beginning, and only got more so over time. In fact, it got so confusing that it almost became too difficult to jump into the story mid-stream. Show More Summary
Dave Weigel has this lengthy recap of the state trial between Brett Kimberlin and four conservative bloggers. Notable: “These guys are going to come out today and say I’m a pedophile,” said Kimberlin. “And tomorrow, I can file another lawsuit against them. And now I know what I need to do. It’s going to be […]
SO I GOT A VOICEMAIL FROM STACY MCCAIN SAYING HE WON HIS TRIAL AGAINST (CONVICTED TERRORIST BOMBER) BRETT KIMBERLIN. No surprise there. As I said at the very beginning, nobody with any sense tries to out-crazy Stacy McCain. I’m sure that Stacy will have a full account on his blog once he’s finished celebrating. Patterico [...]
We mentioned earlier today, in our post about the federal court suit by Brett Kimberlin, that some bloggers also were subject to suit in a state court case as to which the trial was ongoing. Dave Weigel from Slate.com was
Suit under the Ku Klux Klan Act and RICO? Seriously?
The motion was written by Ron Coleman, who has asked me not to comment on it. I will disregard that advice only to praise Ron for the excellent job he has done here. If you have any questions about this lawsuit, many of them will be answered in this document. Motion to Dismiss Brett Kimberlin’s […]