Friday, May 25, 2012

Convicted Bomber and Perjurer Brett Kimberlin sues people that report his history of criminal terror.

Being in Indy at the time, RobertaX talks on the 1978 bombing spree of the Speedway Bomber. Who is now a darling in leftist circles.

She also notes a puzzler: "Why do they love bombers so, and hate people who lawfully carry firearms for self-defense? "

How much to they love him? Well this man and his merry fellows are getting lots of money from wealthy liberal donors such as: $70,000 From Tides Foundation, $10,000 From Streisand, $20,000 from John Kerry’s Wife

I can't be the first to notice this but, Barbra Streisand is one of Brett Kimberlin's funders?

That's just delicious. Guess Brett isn't aware of the Streisand effect.

It's a bit of a trite saying but censorship is seen as a failure mode to be routed around. So when you try to cover up information, especially public information that is a mater of court record... You're going to get people spreading the information just because they can.

And Convicted Bomber Brett Kimberlin with Neal Rauhauser and Ron Brynaert have an organized means of silencing critics. Critics who end having police being sent to their houses after being told said critic has just murdered his wife.

The phenomenon is called “SWATting,” because it can bring a SWAT team to your front door. SWATting is a particularly dangerous hoax in which a caller, generally a computer hacker, calls a police department to report a shooting at the home of his enemy. The caller will place this call to the police department’s business line, using Skype or a similar service, and hiding behind Internet proxies to make the call impossible to trace. Anxious police, believing they are responding to the home of an armed and dangerous man, show up at the front door pointing guns and screaming orders.

That is exactly what happened to me. It is a very dangerous hoax that could get the target killed.

Above: an anonymous Kimberlin supporter mocks my swatting in August 2011, before it was publicly known. The reference is to an article about a 2008 swatting case in Dallas.

Although I am an L.A. County Deputy D.A., it is certain that I was “swatted” because of my blog and not because of my job. As Andrew Breitbart noted, this happened to two people within the course of a single week: a man in New Jersey and myself. Both of us had had contact with Andrew Breitbart. Both of us were writing about the same story. And both of us received email threats days before we were swatted. The threat to me said, in part: “Please think about your family. This story is not worth it. I can assure you that.”

Sure it could be a coincidence. It's not like Convicted Bomber Brett Kimberlin has a history of violence or intimidating people into silence. However, Convicted Bomber Brett Kimberlin did personally threaten the reporter and DA in question:

The next day, Kimberlin threatened to sue me. He said: “I have filed over a hundred lawsuits and another one will be no sweat for me. On the other hand, it will cost you a lot of time and money and for what.” I asked him to identify any specific falsehoods in my post and he did not. I published subsequent posts about topics like Kimberlin’s alleged murderous plots to escape from prison and exact revenge on his enemies and an examination of his non-profits’ tax returns. In February 2011, I talked about stalkerish intimidation tactics used by Kimberlin and his business partner, Brad Friedman of the “Brad Blog.”

Yes, funny how literal bomb-throwing anti-establishment leftist darlings will gleefully use the courts and, apparently, the police as the tools to terrorize people into silence.

If your wondering what you can do about aggressive lawfare tactics designed to silence people, Ace has some ideas on what you can do.

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