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?
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 . . .
- Jan. 31: Brett Kimberlin Lies Again
- Jan. 28: ‘Mr. Kimberlin’s Fantastic Allegations’
- Jan. 23: Another Brett Kimberlin Lie?
- Jan. 13: Brett Kimberlin Allegedly Alleges
- Jan. 13: Kimberlin Lawsuit Hearing Today