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Exhibit B: Among ‘Scores of Death Threats’ Alleged by Brett Kimberlin …

Posted on | January 31, 2014 | 28 Comments

Earlier today, I took notice of false allegations Brett Kimberlin made against me in filing for an injunction in the million-dollar Maryland lawsuit Kimberlin v. Walker, et al. Just to further illustrate the manifest absurdities the defendants must deal with, here is another sentence from that same filing:

This claim follows Kimberlin’s bizarre assertion that a disclaimer on Aaron Walker’s blog is understood by “his readers … as code to take … vigilante action.” Kimberlin refers the court to “Exhibit B,” among which alleged “death threats” we find this:

That’s a screen-cap from the blog Charlie Foxtrot, but does the man in the photo wielding the enormous rifle look familiar?

It’s University of Tennessee Law Professor Glenn Harlan Reynolds.

Kimberlin tried the same thing in June 2012, using Professor Reynolds as “Exhibit E” in a motion he filed against Walker, at a time when Walker was forbidden to blog about Kimberlin by a court order (which was subsequently overturned). It’s encouraging to see that Instapundit has moved up from “Exhibit E” to “Exhibit B,” and with some luck, he may eventually make it to “Exhibit A.”

But really, you’re nobody in the blogosphere until you’re a defendant . . .





  • Adjoran

    So TDPK alleges “death threats,” and the best example is a public post by Reynolds mocking KIMBERLIN’s threat against you and your family?

    Even a nut knows that isn’t going to fly. It just goes to confirm my theory that his “lawfare” is 100% vexatious, as were all his previous filings, and he will not stop the legal harassment until he is made to stop by serious consequences. Which is unlikely until he runs into a judge with testicles.

  • DaveO

    “Even a nut knows that isn’t going to fly.” Au contraire! BS for circle taking that square?

  • Katie Scarlet

    I wish you’d post the whole thing. I could use a few laughs tonight.

  • robertstacymccain

    Just smile and wait for Monday, when the REAL fun should hit.

  • DonaldDouglas

    Kimberlin’s the biggest f-king idiot. I don’t know how this stuff keeps going. He’s got his head up his ass.

  • bet0001970

    Oh, I don’t know. I thought Michael Smith’s utter legal castration of Kimberlin was pretty fun. Are you telling us that was just foreplay?

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  • Kirby McCain

    I’m cool with UT 364 days a year. Just the third Saturday in October, well…

  • rmnixondeceased

    We can only hope Bets! It’s not like Kimby doesn’t deserve to be horse-whipped in the public square (and worse).

  • rmnixondeceased

    But really, you’re nobody in the blogosphere until you’re a defendant . . .
    As long as you are a defendant in a civil case. Criminal case? Not so much … take the word of a nobody.

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  • Mm

    Seruously, THIS is an example of the severity of the alleged threats? That’s it? A public post, not addressed to BK directly, by a Con Law prof, noting his ability to defend himself if he is threatened?

  • Michael

    You mean the one with this particular line of poetry?:

    “Simply put, even if Mr. Kimberlin’s complaint allegations were true, … nothing she (or any defendant) wrote could possibly lower
    his public standing further than the subterranean level to which his
    own depraved conduct has taken it.”

    I mean, that’s just beautiful.

  • Dianna Deeley

    With, as I recall, an antique weapon?

  • Dianna Deeley

    Oh! I can hardly wait.

  • sarah wells

    Can’t. stop. laughing.

    Anyway, it was Bretts bombing, possible murder for hire, yellow pad full of detailed revenge plans to get other people to take violent action for him career that had all prudent people targeted by the creep consider home defense . As in defense. At home.

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  • DaveO

    1. Kimberlin is suing a large number of influential bloggers (Malkin, RSM, Patterico, and now a lure to The Instapundit). In the past, Kimberlin has silenced Patterico’s co-blogger. The Judge lives in Maryland, which is not known for its conservatism. On its face, this suit should have been dismissed. Kimberlin is expendable, but is serving a purpose.
    2. Mann is suing Steyn and NR and CEI (because of Rand Simberg). Court is in DC. This suit should have been dismissed for lack of merit. Mann is worth more as a martyr than as living person to the Left, so he is serving a purpose.
    3. Dinesh D’Souza has been charged with a felony for an offense that occurs so regularly in Democrat circles that it is practically the entry gateway to an Ambassadorship. As de Blasio is the Mayor and Cuomo is the governor – both of whom make no bones about their hatred of conservatives.
    Lots of coincidences with the same targets (conservative messaging specialists) and tactics (lawsuits in Lefty venues). Everyone is watching the IRS, but this year will be the Year of the Judge. Judges will suppress the Conservative message.

  • sarah wells

    I mean really what’s his complaint?

    No fair says Mr bomber. STAND STILL AND LET ME MURDER YOU.

  • sarah wells

    CHeezit. People leave their homes to get away from him and he thinks others that won’t ,or joke about being well defended from his royal creepiness, are threatening him?

  • sarah wells

    What’s going to happen

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  • WJJ Hoge

    All is proceeding as I have foreseen.

  • K-Bob

    I just consulted the media’s guide to weapons, and that dangerous thing in the militaman’s arms is an AR-15 or an AK-47. They are pretty much exactly the same, so we don’t need to know the difference.

  • Adjoran

    The judge in the Mann case was a liberal wacko who retired after issuing her order to proceed which was later overturned on appeal. So at the very least Mann has succeeded in forcing Steyn, NR, and CEI to spend some money on legal fees (or use up much of their deductible if insured).

  • Dianna Deeley

    He doesn’t think any such thing. He simply hopes that, by shrieking at the top of his lungs, others will believe he might have been frightened.

  • Kyle Kiernan

    Love it! Schmuck E. Feldt Super Journalist doesn’t know who Instapundit
    is. Calls him “…this “Professor Reynolds”…”.
    Way to use those super investigative journomalism skills and completely miss out on one of the seminal bloggers of the internet. I fully expect him to make reference to “I will subpoena Twitter to reveal this DrudgeReport person and Law Enforcement will examine him in detail. So I Command!”


  • Quartermaster

    You sorta resemble Palpatine.