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What #FreeKate and Brett Kimberlin Have in Common (Besides the Obvious)

Posted on | November 26, 2013 | 68 Comments

‘Speedway Bomber’ Brett Kimberlin was sentenced to 50 years in 1981

“It is very easy to decide ‘this isn’t any of my trouble’ and permit vicious behavior.
“Who wants to get involved? Easier, and surely safer, just to duck one’s head and hide, and hope the danger visits someone else. . . .
“And why should you stick your neck out?
“Hey, it’s not like the Conservative Media is supposed to cast a spotlight on injustice, stick up for the common man abused by bullies, or fight leftist outrages.
“It’s not as if we’re supposed to fight the fights that others shy away from, right?”

Ace of Spades, May 22, 2012

“The problem is, you’re not angry enough.
“The problem is, we have lost the sense of decency that should be outraged when the innocent are made to suffer, when selfish cruelty is tolerated, when evil flourishes, when liars have no shame.”

Robert Stacy McCain, Oct. 17, 2013

At some point in the past half-century, our decadent elite got so concerned about “rights” as to become hopelessly confused. This confusion eroded the fundamental basis of a free society. Ancient distinctions between good and evil evaporated in a fog of moral relativism, undermining the rule of law in such a way that criminals were encouraged to believe that punishment for their crimes was social injustice, so that the law itself — and the free society protected by law — is impugned, and law-abiding citizens are deprived of peace and safety.

A sane society understands that criminals are not victims:

In May, high school senior Kaitlyn Hunt could have quietly accepted a plea bargain offered by Florida prosecutors and avoided imprisonment. Instead, with the encouragement of her parents, the former cheerleader claimed that her prosecution for having sex with a 14-year-old girl was motivated by homophobia. . . .
Last month, Hunt finally accepted a plea bargain — a deal noticeably harsher than the offer she rejected in May — pleading no contest to multiple felonies, and was sentenced to remain in the Indian River County Jail until Dec. 20, when she will be released under strict terms of community supervision. . . .
You might think this would end the “Free Kate” story, except that Hunt’s fanatical supporters have continued to promote the gay-rights victimhood narrative of the case — some have actually compared her to civil rights icon Rosa Parks — and vowed an ongoing campaign to make sex with 14-year-olds legal in Florida. . . .

Please read the whole thing at The American Spectator.

Immoral monsters have demonized Jim and Laurie Smith, parents of the minor victim in that case, and the “Free Kate” freaks are a shining example of a deviant antisocial mentality that is dangerously widespread in America today. Criminals are emboldened and honest citizens are intimidated, because the Left has determined to destroy our nation’s traditional Judeo-Christian culture.

On May 25, 2012, John Hoge published “Who Is Brett Kimberlin?” This is composed almost entirely of citations from court documents:

On October 23, 1983 a Marion County, Indiana jury awarded $360,000 to Sandra DeLong for her injuries, and $1,250,000 for the wrongful death of Carl DeLong. …
Sandra DeLong attempted to collect on her judgment by obtaining a writ of attachment against petitioner’s prison commissary account after a United States Probation Officer informed her that petitioner regularly transferred money to someone outside the prison. Petitioner promptly sued Mrs. DeLong, her lawyer, the probation officer, and various Bureau of Prisons and Department of Justice officials for money damages. …
On February 13, 1994 petitioner was released on supervised parole in this district.  Petitioner inherited $155,147 from his father’s estate. Additionally he developed business deals (including an oil project, a prefabricated housing project, a power plant project, a flower mill project, a tire contract and others) in Ukraine through a partnership known as LADA; entered into a recording contract; and entered into a book contract in favor of BKE, Inc., a corporation petitioner established and controlled. The book contract, an agreement between BKE, Inc., writer Mark Singer, and Knopf Incorporated (a subsidiary of Random House), centered around allegations petitioner had made in the 1988 federal election campaign concerning his sale of marijuana to Dan Quayle, and petitioner’s subsequent treatment by the Bureau of Prisons. As of February 10, 1997 BKE, Inc. had received $339,000 in proceeds from that book, with another $225,000 in “guaranteed income” from the contract expected later that year. …
Despite a healthy income, petitioner continued to resist paying the DeLong judgment, which had been reinstated on June 13, 1994. In a July 12, 1994 letter to Probation Officer Koehler, he threatened to go into bankruptcy if enforcement of the judgment was to occur, and claimed that he was personally judgment-proof, with his assets and income protected under “corporate veil.” … Petitioner then proceeded with further unsuccessful appellate litigation attempting to set aside the judgment. Following the Supreme Court’s denial of certiorari, petitioner continued to ignore the outstanding judgment. On May 16, 1996 he submitted a mortgage loan application denying that he had any “outstanding judgments” against him. A $308,000 mortgage loan was approved for the purchase of a house in Bethesda, Maryland. . . .

You really should read the whole thing and then think about what a shocking thing it is that Brett Kimberlin — the World’s Worst Pro Se Litigant™ who has done everything he can to deprive his victim’s widow of the $1.6 million judgment he was ordered to pay as a result of his bloody and reprehensible crimes — should then file a million-dollar lawsuit claiming that he is a victim.

Tomorrow there will be a hearing in Montgomery County Circuit Court about this lawsuit, and today I must meet with my attorney about the case. You may be angry about this deplorable situation, but you are probably not as angry as you should be.




68 Responses to “What #FreeKate and Brett Kimberlin Have in Common (Besides the Obvious)”

  1. kjcopp
    November 26th, 2013 @ 10:27 pm

    RT @rsmccain: “Criminals are emboldened and honest citizens are intimidated …”

  2. mmebp
    November 26th, 2013 @ 10:38 pm

    RT @rsmccain: “Criminals are emboldened and honest citizens are intimidated …”

  3. Paratisi
    November 26th, 2013 @ 10:40 pm

    What #FreeKate and Brett Kimberlin Have in Common (Besides the Obvious Pedophile Tendencies?)

  4. Stogie Chomper
    November 26th, 2013 @ 10:43 pm

    I’m pretty angry about Kimberlin’s “lawfare” and I wonder why on earth he was ever let out on parole. This punk ought to be sent back to the gray bar hotel, where he can no longer persecute the innocent.

  5. Paratisi
    November 26th, 2013 @ 10:51 pm

    RT @rsmccain: “Criminals are emboldened and honest citizens are intimidated …”

  6. Paratisi
    November 26th, 2013 @ 10:52 pm

    RT @rsmccain: “Ancient distinctions between good and evil evaporated in a fog of moral relativism …”

  7. bet0001970
    November 26th, 2013 @ 10:54 pm

    Sorry, it’s Nicole Bonnet1.

    She’s one of those Free-Kater’s who have been attacking Runyan and getting her banned on twitter. It was suspected that they were working with Neal to get people like Bacon banned. Now we know. We’ve been seeing stuff like this all over.

    Also, Neal just deleted both of my “google dox” tweets after I posted this. In fact, he deleted about ten days worth of tweets.

    Too late.

  8. laurahollis61
    November 26th, 2013 @ 11:07 pm

    RT @rsmccain: “Criminals are emboldened and honest citizens are intimidated …”

  9. BobBelvedere
    November 26th, 2013 @ 11:35 pm

    RT @rsmccain: “Criminals are emboldened and honest citizens are intimidated …”

  10. laurahollis61
    November 26th, 2013 @ 11:53 pm

    RT @rsmccain: “Ancient distinctions between good and evil evaporated in a fog of moral relativism …”

  11. freedom4USA
    November 27th, 2013 @ 12:01 am
  12. MrEvilMatt
    November 27th, 2013 @ 12:11 am

    RT @GodGraceNGuns: RT “”

    @bet0001970: @sourthentrad @antvq16 @BuchananRick @Kimberlinunmask @kylekiernan


  13. Dustin
    November 27th, 2013 @ 2:19 am

    You’re in my prayers for the upcoming hearing.

  14. marilynwhoolery
    November 27th, 2013 @ 3:58 am

    RT @rsmccain: “Criminals are emboldened and honest citizens are intimidated …”

  15. sourthentrad
    November 27th, 2013 @ 6:35 am

    RT @bet0001970: @sourthentrad @GodGraceNGuns @antvq16 @BuchananRick @Kimberlinunmask @kylekiernan

  16. DaTechGuyblog
    November 27th, 2013 @ 7:36 am

    RT @rsmccain: “Ancient distinctions between good and evil evaporated in a fog of moral relativism …”

  17. Josh_Painter
    November 27th, 2013 @ 8:17 am

    RT @rsmccain: “Ancient distinctions between good and evil evaporated in a fog of moral relativism …”

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