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‘A Faint Whiff of Vigilante Hysteria’: Weinergate’s Kimberlin Connection

Posted on | June 4, 2012 | 50 Comments

The phrase quoted in the title is from a Firedoglake diarist who accurately calls the Brett Kimberlin story a “complex saga, as densely peopled and subplotted as a 19th century Russian novel.” While I resent the suggestion that I’m involved in any sort of “hysteria” — vigilante or otherwise — I’m linking the FDL diary because it offers a rather concise summary of how this story connects to the WeinerGate scandal.

As explained in a previous post, Neal Rauhauser’s involvement with Brett Kimberlin apparently began in 2011. In February of this year, Rauhauser published a bizarre eight-page document (“Andrew Breitbart’s ISR Cell?”) expressing the belief that he and Kimberlin were targets of a conspiracy involving Andrew Breitbart and many others, including Mike Stack, who played a key role in exposing Democrat Rep. Anthony Weiner’s online sexcapades.

Rauhauser is a fanatical “Weiner Truther,” believing in a conspiracy theory version of the WeinerGate scandal in which the congressman was the victim of a “set up” hoax perpetrated by Andrew Breitbart and/or shadowy Republican operatives. This left-wing tinfoil-hat stuff doesn’t really interest me, but it explains Rauhauser’s apparent obsession with Mike Stack, who is believed to be the only person who knows the true identity of “Dan Wolfe,” the guy who first spotted the incriminating Twitter message from Weiner. It also explains some other things, as reported by Rosie Gray at BuzzFeed in her story on the “Weiner Truthers”:

A major locus of modern Weiner trutherism is, a site “dedicated to unmasking the underbelly of Andrew Breitbart and his crew of rogues, criminals, wannabe journalists, various right wing extremists and the religious intolerant,” per its “About Us” section. Breitbart Unmasked features a large GIF of Breitbart’s face morphing into a mask, and lists the name of everyone in Breitbartworld, from editors of to people only tangentially related.
One of its related Twitter accounts, @OccupyRebellion, regularly tweets about Weinergate and the alleged conspiracies therein. . . .
[Joseph Cannon observes:] These twilight warriors are obsessed with hacking and related matters. Some of them claim to have worked with Anonymous and LulzSec and allied organizations.

There is widespread suspicion that Brett Kimberlin is behind the “BreitbartUnmasked” site, which has access to information that could only have come from Kimberlin, and which is fixated on Kimberlin’s enemies to the exclusion of nearly everything else.

Now ask yourself: Why would hackers who claim affiliation with Anonymous and LulzSec be so obsessed with the WeinerGate scandal?

Rather than suggest an answer to that now, let’s trace back how it was that Kimberlin and Rauhauser became allies. In late 2009, the non-profit Velvet Revolution (a partnership between Kimberlin and blogger Brad Friedman) launched “,” offering a $200,000 reward “for information leading to the arrest and conviction of Chamber of Commerce CEO Tom Donohue.” Fox News quoted a lawyer involved in that effort:

“On every issue, the Chamber is kind of the lead corporate advocate for the status quo,” said Kevin Zeese, a lawyer who sits on the board for Velvet Revolution, calling Donohue a “knee-jerk reactionary” and the Chamber a “right-wing extremist group.”

Liberal blogger Seth “Socrates” Allen noted at the time that he was suspicious of Friedman and Kimberlin’s bona fides, explaining that Velvet Revolution (VR) had previously raised money and gained publicity by offering rewards for proof of Republican vote fraud in the 2004 election, claiming that Karl Rove was part of a conspiracy to suppress such evidence. In September 2008, VR’s “Prosecute Rove” site urged its supporters:

Tell Congress to investigate Karl Rove’s cyber strategy to illegally manipulate elections. . . . [S]end an email to your Congress Members demanding immediate public hearings on whistleblower allegations that Rove architected and directed illegal attacks on Democratic candidates through the improper use of corporate funds channeled through fake Web-based front organizations, the improper political use of the Justice Department to prosecute opposition candidates, and the use of Internet based IT networks to alter election results.

Crazy? Sure. But notice something else from that site:

One of our targets is the US Chamber of Commerce which has spent close to a half billion dollars on lobbying since George Bush was inaugurated. The attorneys assert that Rove has used the Chamber to bankroll many of the illegal attacks using fake front groups posing as advocacy organizations.

The Chamber of Commerce, then, was a demonized scapegoat in VR’s rhetoric for many months prior to their offering a reward for “evidence” against the Chamber’s CEO.

Meanwhile, in September 2009, Breitbart had launched with the undercover ACORN “sting” videos by James O’Keefe and Hannah Giles. In July 2010, Kevin Zeese — the same Velvet Revolution lawyer who had called the Chamber of Commerce a “right-wing extremist group” — send a letter to Maryland authorities demanding the prosecution of O’Keefe and Giles.

On Oct. 11, 2010, Breitbart published Mandy “Liberty Chick” Nagy’s 3,600-word exposé of Kimberlin’s criminal background, “Progressives Embrace Convicted Terrorist.”

When Patterico published a post based on Nagy’s article, Kimberlin responded with an e-mail threatening to sue Patterico:

Please take this email as an intent to sue you for your Oct 11, 2010 post on which has defamed and libeled me. I have just sued Socrates on which you rely for cyber stalking, defamation, libel, violation of privacy and interference with business. Socrates has been banned from many sites and forums for stalking many people including me. He is under criminal investigation for cyber bullying and cyber stalking. By corresponding with him and relying on his defamatory posts, you are conspiring with him and are just as liable as he.

Notice that Kimberlin accuses Patterico of “conspiring with” Socrates (Seth Allen’s online moniker), even though Patterico’s post was based on reporting by Nagy, an experienced researcher who had cited multiple published sources, including accounts of Kimberlin’s crimes in the Indianapolis Star, a 2007 article by Time magazine’s Massimo Calabresi and Mark Singer’s 1996 book, Citizen K: The Deeply Weird American Journey of Brett Kimberlin.

On Dec. 2, 2010, Kimberlin’s Velvet Revolution announced a new site called “Indict Breitbart” with the avowed purpose “to seek accountability for the violations of criminal law committed by Andrew Breitbart, James O’Keefe and Hannah Giles.”

In February 2011, “Anonymous” hackers illegally obtained nearly 70,000 e-mails from HBGary, a security firm that had been working with two other firms to prepare a proposal to help the U.S. Chamber of Commerce fight its critics, including Julian Assange’s WikiLeaks. The contract was never awarded and the HBGary plan was never implemented, but the e-mails revealed suggestions of what Andy Greenberg of Forbes called “Nixonesque tactics.” One of the hacked e-mails, sent in November 2010 from HBGary’s Aaron Barr to Patrick Ryan of Berrico Technologies, included a link to Mandy Nagy’s article about Kimberlin with the note, “We could do so much with this.”

Nagy discussed the HBGary hacking in a Feb. 14, 2011, post at Breitbart, as did Patterico at his site. Rauhauser has described himself as a “hacker,” and in 2011 Rauhauser (blogging as “Stranded Wind” at Daily Kos) started showing interest in the “Anonymous” hackers and their targets at the Chamber and HBGary:

Meanwhile, in a May 25 post at Daily Kos — two days before the WeinerGate scandal broke — we find Rauhauser linking Kimberlin’s “Indict Breitbart” site, and boasting that Breitbart had responded to him on Twitter. A few days later, Rauhauser began blogging constantly about Weiner at Daily Kos:

Rauhauser consistently promoted the hoax-hack theory of the WeinerGate scandal, continuing to argue that Weiner had been the victim of some devious hacker, even after Weiner admitted his guilt and resigned from office. Rauhauser also repeatedly linked Kimberlin’s “Indict Breitbart” site and, along the way, made several interesting statements. For example, in his May 30 post, Rauhauser bragged about having FBI connections:

OK, kids, in addition to being a mouthy blogger I’m also an Infragard member and my day job gets me occasional meetings with the FBI. I just called the agent for my district who covers cybercrime and we need to get this muddle distilled down for him.

In his June 2 post, Rauhauser offered this bizarre claim:

Congressman Anthony Weiner was stalked, set up, smeared, and this was coordinated to protect Clarence Thomas from scrutiny.

What did Rauhauser link? A petition by Kimberlin’s Velvet Revolution demanding impeachment and prosecution of Justice Thomas.

In his June 3 post, Rauhauser invokes two of his Twitter nemeses and threatens to get Dana Loesch fired from CNN:

When you read this, Ms. Loesch, and I know you will, I have a personal request for you. Go get with discredited, disorganized dullards @SwiftRead and @GregWHoward of Twittergate fame, and then show me those pretty, pouty lips of yours saying my name on PJTV again. That’s the only TV outlet you are gonna have, honey, because we’re going to make it impossible for CNN to keep you

Uh, “Twittergate fame”? The MSM never covered TwitterGate, the 2010 episode in which Rauhauser was accused of organizing a crew of online thugs to harass Tea Party activists on Twitter, and so the “fame” of the participants exists only in Neal Rauhauser’s warped mind — but there seem to be a lot of things that exist only in Neal Rauhauser’s warped mind, eh? Right-wing super-hackers who can hijack a congressman’s Blackberry to send pictures of the congressman’s wang over Twitter as part of a genius scheme to protect Clarence Thomas, for example. Also, the “Christian Infowar Militia“:

Congressman Weiner was stalked and set up by a Christian Infowar Militia cell based largely in Oklahoma City.

I’m sure residents of Oklahoma City were deeply alarmed to discover that this particular figment of Neal Rauhauser’s depraved imagination was located in their midst. The “Christian Infowar Militia cell” delusion eventually faded, however, as Rauhauser’s attention focused on the real villain of WeinerGate: Los Angeles deputy district attorney Patrick “Patterico” Frey!

By July 27, 2011, Rauhauser declared that Patterico “looks to be a pretty good candidate for the planner/operator behind Weinergate.”

Patterico had been one of Kimberlin’s prime targets since October 2010, and by late July 2011, Rauhauser was using his DailyKos diary to attack Patterico every other day. If you’ll read Rauhauser’s July 4 post, you’ll find that this isn’t exactly a coincidence:

Who has been in sight, frantically flogging explanations that don’t add up, is Los Angeles County Deputy District Attorney John Patrick Frey . . .
And when someone forwarded me the complaint regarding Frey running a cyberstalking campaign in conjunction with South Easton, Massachusetts resident Seth L. Allen, well, maybe this whole situation is about to become much clearer.

Click. Three days later, on July 7, Rauhauser announces on DKos his plan to move from Illinois to Washington, D.C., for a job that would “provide for me more in a week than I make for a whole month at my part time day job here in Illinois.” And in October 2011, Rauhauser described himself as doing “protective service work” for a client who is “the head of a Washington D.C. NGO.”

This description fits Kimberlin, whose 501(c)3 Justice Through Music Project has collected about $1.8 million in contributions since its founding in 2005. In December 20, 2011, Seth Allen himself made that connection in a post titled, “Sadistic Cybersmearing and the Roots of Blogging Fascism.”

Having pointed out all these dots in the pattern, do I really need to connect them for the perceptive reader? Rauhauser’s February conspiracy-theory treatise (“Andrew Breitbart’s ISR Cell?”) shows his ongoing obsession with the HBGary “Anonymous” hacking as well as WeinerGate– and the “Weiner Truthers” at the “Breitbart Unmasked” site are “obsessed with hacking and related matters.”

Kimberlin has been targeting Patterico since October 2010, and it was evidently Rauhauser’s anti-Patterico blogging that brought him into Kimberlin’s orbit so that, by October 2011, Rauhauser seemed to be describing Kimberlin as his client.

As Investors Business Daily reporter David Hogberg observed at Aaron Walker’s hearing last week, Rauhauser is now accompanying convicted felon Brett Kimberlin to court.

Another coincidence: What do “SWATting” victims Patterico and Mike Stack have in common, other than the fact that, as Patterico himself notes, Rauhauser hates their guts?

Is Rauhauser being paid by Brett Kimberlin — with proceeds from tax-exempt non-profits — to pursue these vendettas?

Back in October 2010, when his “beandogs” scheme was blowing up in his face, Rauhauser boasted that he is armed with a pistol. Is it really wise to leave such a man, clearly obsessed with getting revenge on his enemies, running around with a firearm?

Far be it from me to encourage “vigilante hysteria,” but if Rauhauser and Kimberlin aren’t under investigation by the FBI yet, why not?

Robert Stacy McCain, Whereabouts Unknown




UPDATE: Michelle Malkin is up for a fight over Aaron Walker’s case in Maryland. Patterico has transcripts of last week’s Walker hearing.





50 Responses to “‘A Faint Whiff of Vigilante Hysteria’: Weinergate’s Kimberlin Connection”

  1. richard mcenroe
    June 4th, 2012 @ 10:11 am

    Wait a minute… Did Rauhauser actually admit to being an FBI informant?

  2. Datechguy's Blog » Blog Archive » Meanwhile in the party of Kimberlin… » Datechguy's Blog
    June 4th, 2012 @ 10:17 am

    […] 4: Stacy gives even more backstory on the Weinergate connection There is widespread suspicion that Brett Kimberlin is behind the “BreitbartUnmasked” site, […]

  3. PaulLemmen
    June 4th, 2012 @ 10:21 am

    […] if Rauhauser and Kimberlin aren’t under investigation by the FBI yet, why not?
    Why not indeed! If I had done one tenth of what these twits have done, I’d be back in federal prison faster than you can say Speedway Bomber …

  4. Bob Belvedere
    June 4th, 2012 @ 10:52 am

    Brilliant reporting, Stacy – BRAVO!

  5. Charles G Hill
    June 4th, 2012 @ 11:02 am

    As a 30-year resident of Oklahoma City, allow me to point out that (1) yes, there are residual Christian fringe groups around and (2) most of them are incapable of planning a fart after a trip to Taco Bell.

  6. Evi L. Bloggerlady
    June 4th, 2012 @ 11:03 am

    Ditto!  Bravo!  

  7. Evi L. Bloggerlady
    June 4th, 2012 @ 11:10 am
  8. Giving Seth Allen Props
    June 4th, 2012 @ 11:11 am

    […] piecemeal, in the interests of clarity (and mercifully, in my opinion), this story is every bit as elaborate as Clarice Feldman's detailed treatment of how Patrick Fitzgerald (resigning) managed to […]

  9. Sarah Bluemerle
    June 4th, 2012 @ 11:27 am

    If the penny dropsfor you in July, the outline above suggests an earlier connection, does it not?

    FWIW By June Kimberlin has a execrable youtube video seeming to glom onto anonymous, he’s their best bud in a little guy fawkes mask and has a screechy theme devoted to it.

  10. SarahW
    June 4th, 2012 @ 11:30 am

    That’s supposed to be SarahW. My ipad is balky.

  11. jc collins
    June 4th, 2012 @ 12:02 pm

    Shouldn’t “Unmasking the underbelly” really be “unshirting”?

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  13. JeffS
    June 4th, 2012 @ 12:54 pm

    Nice job of connecting the dots, Stacy!

  14. The Damn Dirty RINO
    June 4th, 2012 @ 1:33 pm

    An epic post on Brett Kimberlin . . ….

    . . . and his lackeys in the online progressive movement can be found over at The Other McCain — and I use the word “epic” advisedly, rather than in the stultifying sense associated with internet memes and Jim Rome. It’s a long-…

  15. MuddleVanHeck
    June 4th, 2012 @ 1:41 pm

    I love that you’ve been so thorough and articulate in your reporting on this subject matter. Thanks! It was long overdue.

  16. Finrod Felagund
    June 4th, 2012 @ 2:38 pm

    Looks like Brad Friedman is connected to Larry Flynt’s current attacks on Ann Coulter:

    It’s worth noting that investigative reporter Brad Friedman, writing for this magazine in April 2008, …


  17. crosspatch
    June 4th, 2012 @ 4:30 pm

    Looking at the bigger picture, don’t these people realize that these unhinged attacks on people is going to have the opposite of the desired impact?  It is going to look like desperation; like the sort of tactics people engage in when they feel they have already lost and have nothing to lose.    This is not going to attract people to their cause, at least not the sort of people who bring a lot of votes.

    In fact, this, from all appearances from my perspective, seems to be part of an emerging pattern of a political left getting more desperate with every passing year and it is going to result in more people distancing themselves from the Democrats if they are seen as being supported by the Democratic mainstream.

  18. Adobe_Walls
    June 4th, 2012 @ 5:03 pm

    As attested by many great work on connecting the dots but this story is so convoluted perhaps a flow chart is in order, think about it. Be that as it may here are some of the insights I have gained from the  reporting (mainly yours) on this deeply disturbing story and the even more disturbing characters inhabiting it.

    One can only hope, and I mean this in all sincerity, that the loons in this story are deeply involved in drug use, for their only hope of escaping the madness is giving up drugs and then getting better. If their psychosis isn’t drug induced there is no hope for them.

    Leftism is indeed an untreated social disease.

    The dirtiest trick the Vast Right Wing Conspiracy ever pulled was convincing the left that it indeed did exist.

    The second dirtiest trick the Vast Right Wing Conspiracy ever pulled has been not existing.

  19. Kimberlin Update | Darth Chipmunk
    June 4th, 2012 @ 5:37 pm

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  20. Adjoran
    June 4th, 2012 @ 6:02 pm

     WTF is going on?  Ace has announced “National Blog Silence Day” for Friday because of “what happened to Ali” and then cautions not to get the news from anywhere but a “trusted site” – but Ace has no other post on it, he may have deleted it because of a malicious link, you and Patterico and Prof Jacobsen have nothing . . . Stranahan, Instapundit, PJM, DaTechGuy, nada.

  21. JeffS
    June 4th, 2012 @ 7:40 pm

    Sorry about the multiple posts, but operational security should always be a concern:

    “Smitty, Ace is also concerned about blind links being posted on threads there
    — it might be an attempt to capture IP addresses, and get a list of
    supporters.  I’m not that much of a geek, but I imagine it’s possible.  

    I suggest that we should be concerned here as well.”

  22. JeffS
    June 4th, 2012 @ 7:41 pm

     Sorry — here’s the link to Ace.

  23. JeffS
    June 4th, 2012 @ 7:41 pm


    One more time.

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  26. Dianna Deeley
    June 4th, 2012 @ 11:13 pm

     No, but it’s a thing to mention to anyone associated with Occupy.

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  29. Rob Crawford
    June 5th, 2012 @ 11:48 am


    They just choose targets based on their “progressive” politics, and get wads of cash from “progressive” groups, and use “progressive” rhetoric, and get help from “progressive” groups…

  30. Rob Crawford
    June 5th, 2012 @ 11:51 am

    Except they’ll never face exposure. The press won’t cover it, and their friends in Congress will make sure the feds won’t investigate. Locals don’t care, because they see, what, a prank phone call or two? 

    Besides, the left has been locked in their romance with convicted cop-killer Mumia for, what, three decades? and it’s not hurt them at all. Nobody cares that Obama pal’d around with Ayers, either. So why should Democrats care about being associated with their hired sociopaths?

  31. Rob Crawford
    June 5th, 2012 @ 11:51 am

    Ace is *so* brave: “These people want us to be silent, so I WILL BE SILENT IN PROTEST!!!”


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  37. WarEagle82
    June 6th, 2012 @ 9:54 pm

    These people really are mentally ill.  How can everyone not see this? 

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