Posted on | October 16, 2013 | 75 Comments
When I first heard the news this morning, my initial reaction was, “You’re kidding me. This has got to be a hoax.” But today at a Maryland courthouse — where Bill Schmalfeldt completely beclowned himself, BTW — the vicious creep actually delivered the news by hand:
Convicted bomber Brett Kimberlin filed a federal lawsuit Wednesday that names as defendants syndicated columnist Michelle Malkin, Red State editor Erick Erickson, talk radio host Glenn Beck, investigative journalist James O’Keefe and others, claiming they are part of a “criminal racketeering enterprise” under federal R.I.C.O. statutes. . . .
In addition to Malkin, Erickson, Beck, O’Keefe and others, Kimberlin’s federal complaint also names as defendants the late Andrew Breitbart‘s news site, two former Breitbart contributors, Lee Stranahan and Mandy Nagy, the non-profit watchdog group Franklin Center, O’Keefe’s publisher Simon & Schuster, Beck’s Web site TheBlaze.com and the award-winning conservative blogger known as “Ace of Spades.”
Also named as a defendant in Kimberlin’s federal complaint is Patrick Frey, the popular blogger known as “Patterico.” Kimberlin first threatened to sue Patterico in 2011 in an e-mail that included this warning: “I have filed over a hundred lawsuits and another one will be no sweat for me. On the other hand, it will cost you a lot of time and money …”
Please read the whole thing at Viral Read, and expect updates.
UPDATE: Kimberlin’s entire complaint will be posted online here soon. Meanwhile, I am issuing this Official Press Statement:
“Fuck you, Brett Kimberlin, you dishonest sociopathic creep.”
Please quote me on that.