Posted on | May 21, 2012 | 156 Comments
‘Speedway Bomber': Criminal terrorist Brett Kimberlin was convicted in 1981
FROM AN UNDISCLOSED LOCATION
Law enforcement officials have been made aware that convicted terrorist Brett Kimberlin appears to be engaged in an attempt to intimidate me into being silent about his sordid criminal history.
Appropriate precautions have been taken to ensure the safety of my family and others who might be endangered if Kimberlin resorts to violence to accomplish his malicious purposes. At the urging of concerned friends, we have vacated our former residence and I am now blogging from a secret location which Kimberlin will be unable to discover or reach. Nevertheless, we sincerely ask for intercessory prayer, that God will send angels to guard us in this grave crisis.
In fact, this crisis is an answer to prayer: My wife and I had been contemplating whether to leave Maryland, and had asked that God would give us a sign. Guess we got what we prayed for — unexpectedly!
Nevertheless, my sudden relocation — The Mother of All Road Trips, as it were — will involve large expenses. We will have to rent a new house, pay people to pack up the belongings at our former residence, and move everything to the new location.
Remember that this is still a Shameless Capitalist Blog, and keep in mind The Five Most Important Words in the English Language . . .
THE KIMBERLIN FILES:
- May 17: Is Democrat Operative Neal Rauhauser an ‘Associate’ of Convicted Terrorist Brett Kimberlin? (And Why It Matters)
- May 17: Convicted Terrorist Brett Kimberlin Received $70,000 From Tides Foundation, $10,000 From Streisand, $20,000 from John Kerry’s Wife
- May 18: Who Warned Us About Brett Kimberlin?
- May 18: What It Feels Like to Be Targeted
- May 19: Domestic Terrorist Now Using ‘Lawfare’? Convicted Felon Kimberlin’s 501(c)3 Raised $1.8 Million in Six Years UPDATE: ‘Convicted of Perjury’
- May 20: Deadline Loometh, and the Raven Is Croaking Brett Kimberlin’s Name
- May 20: ‘Other Computer Savvy Activists’
UPDATE: Working here at the Ray Kroc Memorial Journalism Center — free WiFi and $1 double cheeseburgers while I await my ride — I’ll try to catch up on some thanks to recent tip-jar hitters: Robin in Alexandria. Jeff in Walla Walla, Richard in Hollywood, James in Orlando, Victor in Virginia, Christopher in New Jersey, Mark in Spring Valley, Coley in Kentucky, John in Annapolis, Mr. E. in Alabama, Matthew in Solana Beach, Dianna in San Jose, Adam in Van Nuys and Bradley in Arizona.
UPDATE III (RSM): To people trying to guess my destination, good luck. Kimberlin loves to sue people to shut them up, but first he has to find the appropriate jurisdiction. Last time I checked, a one-way ticket to Vanuatu was $1,497 via Auckland. Just sayin’ . . .