Posted on | July 9, 2013 | 72 Comments
Everyone familiar with the history of Brett Kimberlin, the Speedway Bomber, knows that his romantic interests have occasionally caused him trouble. And vice-versa. The diminutive criminal/progressive activist once described as “The Wizard of Odd” seems plagued by . . . certain insecurities. Feelings of inadequacy, you might say.
Alas, despite his mad campaign of vengeance against his enemies — or perhaps because of it — Kimberlin has apparently once more suffered from romantic misfortune. Aaron Worthing was first to report that Kimberlin v. Kimberlin and the related case of Elliott v. Kimberlin have become matters of public record in Montgomery County, Maryland.
It would appear that Mr. Kimberlin believes the actions of his estranged wife’s alleged lover constitute crimes:
Aaron Walker and John Hoge attended this morning’s court session. A brief excerpt of Mr. Hoge’s account of the proceedings:
Brett Kimberlin was quite explicit in presenting salacious details to the court. I was surprised that he did this with his 9- and 14-year-old daughters in the room.
It appears from one of the documents filed with the court that Mr. and Mrs. Kimberlin have been separated for several months. Until recently, she continued to have some sort of position with one of the Kimberlin “charities,” and, as part of her compensation, she had the use of a company vehicle, a 2013 Toyota Highlander. When Brett Kimberlin found that his wife was in a relationship with another man (Jay Elliott), he fired her from her position with the “charity” and demanded the return of the company car.
The details become salacious at this point, but the net is that various criminal and civil complaints were filed. . . .
Mrs. Kimberlin was arrested by Sheriff’s Deputies at the end of the hearing.
The “salacious details” should make for lively reading, sources say.
— Simon Templar (@SimonTemplarPV) July 9, 2013
— Robert Stacy McCain (@rsmccain) July 9, 2013
UPDATE: Horror: Brett Kimberlin ‘Is Giving His Wife the Full Aaron Walker Treatment’ — this is actually frightening, because we know what kind of evil that bastard is capable of.
Linked in Maetenloch’s AOSHQ ONT — thanks!