Posted on | September 17, 2013 | 68 Comments
Brett Kimberlin could have been sentenced to 230 years in federal prison
“Kimberlin seemed to be the only one with a possible motive — to distract police attention from the Scyphers murder and delay or halt their quiet investigation of him.”
– R. Joseph Gelarden, Indianapolis Star, “Kimberlin case a maze of murder, deceit,” Oct. 18, 1981
Liars hate truth, and the wicked fear justice. Every honest man must oppose harassment and intimidation intended to silence those who call evil by its right name, because if truth is silenced, the righteous and innocent shall become prey for the wicked and dishonest.
One of the problems with Kimberlin’s complaint about being called a pedophile is that his detractors disclosed the factual basis for using that epithet against him. Among other things, they pointed out that (1) Kimberlin has said sexually creepy things about teenaged girls; (2) Mark Singer’s book about Kimberlin describes a relationship with an underaged girl that some find inappropriate and suggestive of pedophilia; (3) Kimberlin’s wife accused him of having sex with her before she was 16, and in 2013 filed charges against him on that basis, although prosecutors declined to prosecute the case and she apparently later retracted and disavowed the charges after the defendants wrote about them; and (4) even accepting Kimberlin’s position that he did not have sex with his wife before she was 16, by his own version of events it appears that he met her in Russia before she was 16 when he was in his 40s, she traveled to the United States, and they married when she was 16 and he in his 40s. . . .
People follow and support Brett Kimberlin for several reasons. First, like many sociopaths, he is superficially charming and socially adept. People support him for the same reason that people got into Ted Bundy’s Volkswagen Bug.
Clever, but somewhat inaccurate. People who support Brett Kimberlin are either spectacularly stupid or active agents of evil.
Which is to say, they’re Democrats.
That statement of fact probably won’t endear me to any Democrat lawyers who may be considering taking on the battle against Brett Kimberlin, but it is important that anybody who gets into this thing know exactly what they’re getting into, eh? Whereas a sociopath like Brett Kimberlin will tell any lie to achieve his evil purposes — and falsely accuse others of doing the wrongs he is himself actually doing — an honest man will speak truth even at his own peril.
Even at this very minute, Brett Kimberlin’s vicious allies are lying about me, and why? Because I keep telling the truth about them.