Brett Kimberlin is a domestic bomber and a convicted felon

Patterico’s (who is no friend of mine) is the victim of a vicious harassment campaign.  One that has, frankly, already included what could be fairly characterized as an assasination attempt.

At 12:35 a.m. on July 1, 2011, sheriff’s deputies pounded on my front door and rang my doorbell. They shouted for me to open the door and come out with my hands up.

When I opened the door, deputies pointed guns at me and ordered me to put my hands in the air. I had a cell phone in my hand. Fortunately, they did not mistake it for a gun.

They ordered me to turn around and put my hands behind my back. They handcuffed me. They shouted questions at me: IS THERE ANYONE ELSE IN THE HOUSE? and WHERE ARE THEY? and ARE THEY ALIVE?

Today is Blog about Brett Kimberlin day.  Brett Kimberlin is a convicted bomber.  He’s a convicted perjurer.  He’s been the prime suspect in a still-unsolved murder.

And he’s out on the street.  What does he do with his time?  He helps the Obama campaign, and follows Brownshirt tactics to try to silence and intimidate critics.  And, when that doesn’t work, his friends try to get the police to kill them.

He’s a nasty piece of work.  His own mother sued him, and won.

He’s violent.  He’s active.  He has accomplices.  And the media is covering him up.

It’s time to show them that they can’t stop the signal.


  1. Cory says:

    So…… why did the police not track the ANI and file a report for the VOIP endpoints IP address… since I am going to guarantee this was done through VOIP.

  2. Phelps says:

    It was almost certainly onion-skinned several times. These guys are major players in Anonymous, and know how to beat the bumbling LAPD.

  3. Cory says:

    Even if they used a service like TOR the paypoint should be trackable- depending on the voip protocol the logs form the provider could be used to trace the endpoint- then again were talking the FBI…. the same guys who remove entire server racks with a freaking sawzaw because they are to inept to understand how to grab a server.

  4. […] is blog about Brett Kimberlin day.  He’s a bad, bad, bad, man.  He has bad friends.  They do bad things to innocent people who happen to mention the bad things […]

  5. Fuyuko says:

    If there covering it up that would be a reason why it wouldn’t be traceable. They should have pulled him in and put him in jail.