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Posted on | September 5, 2013 | 56 Comments

Headline at “Kimberlin Unmasked”:

Proof That Writing Truthfully About
Brett Kimberlin Could Make You A Target

One of five named defendants in the lawsuit Kimberlin has filed in Montgomery County, Maryland, the identity of Kimberlin Unmasked so far remains unknown, but you can follow him or her on Twitter.

Brett Kimberlin could have been sentenced to 230 years in federal prison

Our co-defendant John Hoge is encouraging his readers to buy the book Citizen K via Amazon. Me, I’m selling popcorn.

 

 

You might be surprised (but I doubt it) that Kimberlin’s associate Neal Rauhauser has published an elaborate assertion that this is all about a conspiracy against . . . Neal:

I realized in early January of 2011 that these people weren’t going away without extraordinary effort. I spent the next two years leading them into one pratfall after another, which culminated in 87 House offices sending a letter to the Department of Justice over something a right wing provocateur had done to some of their foot soldiers in an effort to frame me. I thought that a letter to the DoJ’s Office of the Inspector General in November of 2012, which triggered an angry eighty minute call with an FBI agent the next day, would have been the last of it, but they keep dreaming up nonsense and trying to put me in the middle of it. . . .
I outed all the stuff I did in late March of 2012. Delusional, paranoid people kept ‘investigating’ me, which is code for committing crimes and trying to make it look like I was involved. I set them up a few more times, outed all of that in November of 2012, and the response was people committing a crime so ridiculous and yet so high visibility that I think some of them may face federal indictment for it. You would think that an enormous public humiliation like what happened in January of 2013 would finally scare a little sense into them, but in June of this year they were back with another halfassed ‘sting’ that promptly blew up in their faces. . . .
This is the first of two civil actions by Brett Kimberlin, another favorite target of rightwing fabricators. Caught between Kimberlin and the revelations of the Groundswell leak, I don’t think these guys are going to have much fun between now and the 2014 midterm. And nobody is taking their crazymaking seriously any more, which is a big relief to many people.

Neal Rauhauser was a speaker at the 2010 Netroots Nation conference

Does any of Neal’s paranoid gibberish make sense to you? If so, seek psychiatric help immediately, because Rauhauser is nuttier than a Snickers bar. An article from July 2012:

Rauhauser’s life reads like James Bond or Inspector Jacques Clouseau.
What is known for sure is that a family in Iowa adopted him as a child. He married, sired two children, his wife divorced him, he rarely had or has contact with his children, he owes between thirty and thirty five thousand dollars in back child support (a federal and state criminal offense), and is involved with Speedway Bomber, Brett Kimberlin.
Rauhauser is a master of black operations and political dirty tricks, especially political cyber warfare. Like Kimberlin, he uses lawfare, abusing the legal system to get revenge on his perceived enemies. Like Brett Kimberlin, Rauhauser’s enemies are people who try to expose him, have an opposing political point of view, or disagree with him.

My June 2012 report about Neal Rauhauser — “‘A Faint Whiff of Vigilante Hysteria’: Weinergate’s Kimberlin Connection” — explains the events that brought Rauhauser into Kimberlin’s orbit:

In February [2012], 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.

Under his alias “Stranded Wind” at Daily Kos, Rauhauser declared on July 27, 2011, that conservative blogger Patrick “Patterico” Frey “looks to be a pretty good candidate for the planner/operator behind Weinergate.” In June 2012, Rauhauser falsely accused Brandon Darby of obstruction of justice. And using the online alias “Carlito2000,” Rauhauser was subsequently involved in the strange events that preceded Barrett Brown’s September 2012 arrest for threatening an FBI agent. Rauhauser also evidently helped encourage Nadia Naffe’s frivolous lawsuit against Patterico: “Rauhauser proudly trumpeted his silly but telling hope that the lawsuit would accomplish his (and Kimberlin’s) long-held goal of costing me my job.”

To quote Da Tech Guy: “Discovery should be interesting.” And to quote myself, the Five Most Important Words in the English Language are:

HIT THE FREAKING TIP JAR!



 

 

UPDATE: Oh, my, isn’t this just classic? Neal Rauhauser attempts to persuade journalists covering the Barrett Brown case that Brown was a victim of Neal’s enemies:

Anyone who wants to understand what happened to Barrett Brown really needs to read “The Kook Who Knew Too Much.”

 

Comments

  • http://thecampofthesaints.org Bob Belvedere

    Sure…if you like drinking turpentine.

  • http://thecampofthesaints.org Bob Belvedere

    I think NR is bi-polar – he’s admitted it, I believe.

    Could also be Aspergers.

  • bet0001970

    OMG. Not with the Aspergers again. He’s a sociopath. THAT’S his problem. My friend’s daughter has Aspergers and she doesn’t write in word salad. Neal wants to have Aspergers. He thinks it would explain the personality defect he suffers from. Unfortunately, Aspergers doesn’t explain EVIL. But sociopathy does. It’s like the rabies of humanity. Once you’re diagnosed, you pretty much have to be put down or quarantined.

  • La Pucelle

    Precisely. I’ve worked with a wide spectrum of autism and more than a few bipolar children and adults. I can reliably translate what they’re trying to communicate fairly well, primarily because they do have a solid language and they’re making an effort to actually communicate. (Some can get violent, but it’s precisely because they’re frustrated with the lack of communication) It’s widely assumed that they live in their own world, but they really don’t. In fact, even many low-functioning autistics can be highly observant. (The work of Carly Fleischmann has advanced an amazing amount of understanding and unlocking autism)

    On the other hand, sociopaths do just that. They’re not interested in actual communication; whatever “words” they use are deliberate walls. Neal is merely having an internal monologue and his obfuscation is deliberate; the “right people” will magically “understand” him. Classic textbook antisocial personality disorder.

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