Daily Archives: May 25th, 2012
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On July 29, 1978, Speedway resident Julia Scyphers, 65, answered a knock at her door. A man she didn’t know was standing on her stoop asking about items she’d recently tried to sell at a yard sale. She let him into the garage to look at the items and he shot her in the head.
Two vows made: Kimberlin promises to bring lawsuits against witnesses he claims committed perjury, and, Asst. U.S. Attorney, Kennard Foster vowed that there would be a panel of parole commissioners to evaluate Kimberlin’s requests for parole to ensure that Kimberlin would never be “out where he can plague society again.”
It’s important to realize that Brett Kimberlin’s threat isn’t all in his past; the bombings with no remorse or apology, the perjury, and so on. Brett is taking action against people who tell the truth about him, right now. He’s a public figure who is trying to stamp on people’s First Amendment rights to accurately describe him, his past and his political work. I compiled a quick list of what Brett is up to. These aren’t past actions : these are the CURRENT campaigns by Brett Kimberlin against his “enemies.” (read more at the link concerning his recent activity)
After barely serving one third of his sentence, the terrorist Brett Kimberlin was released from prison and made a name for himself as a “progressive activist” who has enjoyed the public embrace and heavy funding from deep pocketed leftists such as George Soros, prominent Democrats such as Teresa Heinz Kerry (wife of Democratic Presidential candidate Massachusetts Senator John Kerry), and liberal celebrities such as Barbara Streisand. Again, via Breitbart:
And of course, what must the citizens of Indianapolis think about Kimberlin’s recent success, all of the money his organizations have been awarded by donors who seemingly embrace a convicted criminal who caused their community such devastation and heartache? What must DeLong’s family think? In 2007, when Time Magazine featured Kimberlin in its “Wizard of Odd Story,” noted Indianpolis Star reporter Joe Gelarden, who closely covered all of the Kimberlin cases in great detail at the time, had something to say about the public’s embrace of Kimberlin:…(for more go to link above-an excellent informative read)
Why are bloggers, great and small, from well-known to unknown, doing this blogburst of Brett Kimberlin today? Because this man doesn’t like the exercise of free speech and he goes so far as to bully those who dare to speak about his convicted felonious and terroristic past with threats and litigation.
Sadly, it is fairly common for bloggers to subject to campaigns of harassment and even be criminally victimized by leftists in an attempt to ruin their reputations, intimidate them into silence, and destroy their livelihoods, (I myself have first hand experience with being targeted, as does The Lonely Conservative and Donald Douglas of the American Power blog), but what terrorist Brett Kimberlin has been doing to people goes far beyond even that. Brett Kimberlin has filed frivolous lawsuits against people who have reported on his violent criminal history and he has attempted to frame blogger Aaron Worthing for fictional “crimes”, and he caused both Aaron and his wife to lose their jobs because their employer was afraid that they’d become targets of Kimberlin’s violent rage, but it gets even worse: professional journalist and blogger Robert Stacy McCain has been forced to flee his home with his family to an undisclosed location for their safety due to threats from the Speedway Bomber, convicted terrorist and violent criminal, Brett Kimberlin – a disgusting vile cretin who is also now targeting Stacy’s innocent wife. ~Zilla of the Resistance Stevenson
Why did I do this blogpost? It wasn’t because I knew of Brett Kimberlin, or of Aaron Worthing, or Robert Stacy McCain. Or any of those who find themselves on the Kimberlin hit list. Its because I believe in free speech so long as it is the known truth being reported. I also despise the actions of aggressive regressive progressive bullies.
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