The Brett Kimberlin Saga:

Follow this link to my BLOCKBUSTER STORY of how Brett Kimberlin, a convicted terrorist and perjurer, attempted to frame me for a crime, and then got me arrested for blogging when I exposed that misconduct to the world. That sounds like an incredible claim, but I provide primary documents and video evidence proving that he did this. And if you are moved by this story to provide a little help to myself and other victims of Mr. Kimberlin’s intimidation, such as Robert Stacy McCain, you can donate at the PayPal buttons on the right. And I thank everyone who has done so, and will do so.

Friday, December 19, 2014

Send a Dying Girl a Smile This Christmas

Here’s something you can do this Christmas time to bring a little joy into a girl’s heart.

If you would like to send Addie and her sisters a card, you can mail it to Box 162, Fountain Green, UT 84632.This is Addie Fausett.

And this is not doxxing.  Her mailing address is Box 162, Fountain Green, UT 84632.

And a lot of people are sending her Christmas cards.  You see, this precious girl has got far too little time left in this world and this article explains why:

There is a reason so many people are sending Addie a Christmas card.

“She kind of stopped growing when she was 3,” said Tami Fausett, Addie’s mother.

And slowly since then, the bubbly and energetic little girl who now weighs just 23 pounds continues to struggle.

“She likes to laugh and have a good time and hear stories, but lately she has had a lot of days she will just cry all day long,” Tami Fausett said.

And even with many visits to neurologists at Primary Children’s, Addie’s condition has gone undiagnosed.

Thursday, December 11, 2014

Programming Note (Update: Rules are for Other People!)

This is the latest post in what I half-jokingly call The Kimberlin Saga®.  If you are new to the story, that’s okay! Not everyone reads my blog.  The short version is that convicted terrorist Brett Kimberlin has been harassing me for over two years, his worst conduct being when he attempted to frame me for a crime.  I recognize that this might sound like an incredible claim, but I provide video and documentary evidence of that fact; in other words, you don’t have to believe my word.  You only have to believe your eyes.  And more recently when his wife came to us claiming that this convicted terrorist had threatened her harm, we tried to help her leave him, and for that, he is suing myself, John Hoge, Robert Stacy McCain and Ali Akbar for helping his wife and he is suing Hoge, McCain, Akbar, DB Capital Strategies, Michelle Malkin, Glenn Beck, Patrick “Patterico” Frey, Mandy Nagy, Lee Stranahan, Erick Erickson, Breitbart.com, the Blaze, Mercury Radio Arts, Red State, the National Bloggers Club, and  others alleging that we are all in organized crime for reporting factually about the spate of SWATtings committed against myself, Frey and Erickson.  So, if you are new to the story, go to this page and you’ll be able to catch up on what has been happening.
Update: It is also worth noting that like with John Hoge, Brett sent service of process late and misled the court about that fact, in violation of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.

But to Brett Kimberlin, rules are for little people, right?



Oh, um, okay, I stand corrected.  I mean that for Brett Kimberlin, rules are for other people.

We now resume the original post, as is.

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 Just a quick notice to my readers, barring any surprising turn of events I will suspend blogging for the near future.  Like hopefully a week.  On Monday, Brett Kimberlin filed his opposition to my motion to dismiss his dumb RICO case, which you can read in all its “glory” here.  While I will play it close to my vest in terms of strategy, I will note that it is exceptionally clear that he has just given up.  After being granted an extension to reply of over four months, most of his opposition is simply cutting and pasting from prior oppositions.  That isn’t necessarily wrong, mind you, but the problem is that he has cut and pasted sections that were not only wrong, but I and others had shown him how wrong it was.  So he’s barely trying anymore.

Regular readers might also wonder what will happen to my review of the Darren Wilson grand jury transcripts.  The answer is that the series will continue, but will be delayed until I got that reasonably “in the can.”

Anyway, I appreciate your patience, and your faith in me.

Monday, December 8, 2014

Brett Kimberlin is an Admitted Pedophile

With a title like that, you
know you are going to
need popcorn!
Update: See the end for an interesting update.

This is of course a takeoff on three prior posts I did.  One was called Brett Kimberlin is a Pedophile.  In it, I provided evidence that he was in fact a pedophile, and stated my opinion that I was convinced by the evidence.  I remain convinced, for what that is worth.  The second is called Brett Kimberlin is an Adjudicated Pedophile in which I reported that Brett had sued me for defamation for calling him a pedophile, and he lost on the issue of truth.  And the third is called A Legal Note: Brett Kimberlin is an Adjudicated Pedophile the Same Way the Amityville Horror House is Haunted, in which I explained that under the rules of estoppel he can no longer deny that he is a pedophile.  And now, through his latest filing in the state case, Brett has become an admitted pedophile.

Allow me to explain.  And yes, it will be totally Popcorn-Worthy!™

So about two weeks ago, Brett Kimberlin filed a motion for a new trial in the same defamation action he just lost.  This was posted over at John Hoge’s site, and you can read the motion itself below the fold:

Saturday, December 6, 2014

Reading the Darren Wilson Transcript (Part 6): Mitchell Identified and Two More Witnesses

This is a series of posts where I plan to go through all 4799 pages of transcripts before the Grand Jury in the Darren Wilson case, in order to figure out 1) should he have been indicted, and 2) is he guilty?  Some background.  This is the post introducing the series and giving you many images that have been released.  This earlier piece on Zimmerman also gives you a good primer on the law of self-defense in general, at least in Florida, while this piece discusses how Missouri law deals with self-defense and the unique right of a cop to use force to stop a fleeing suspect (in some cases), and this piece discusses (albeit briefly) the standard for indictment.  I am not going to explain these points of  law twice, so if you are confused, go back and read those.

This post will be updated to link to other posts in the series without notation that it has been changed.

In Part 1, we reviewed the opening remarks by the Prosecuting Attorney, Bob McColloch, and introducing the two attorneys who would be running the show for the most part from then on: Kathi Alizadeh and Shelia Whirley.  We reviewed two witnesses who gathered evidence for others, but didn’t actually analyze it.

In Part 2, we had another detective who merely gathered evidence for others...  at least as far as he testified that day.  That was interrupted by a medical examiner who testified about the autopsy.

In Part 3, we heard from Darian Johnson, both in the form of media clips and from his own mouth.  We also reviewed the private autopsy done by Dr. Baden.

In Part 4, I point out what a complete idiot Karoli is, and I talk about Wilson’s side of it, including his actual testimony.

In Part 5, we reviewed the stories of two more lay witnesses, including one identified as Witness 10.

Now, unlike last time, I want to cover some news and other issues outside of the transcript, before I start.

Louis Head’s Incitement.  First, you might have seen me last week discuss the possibility that Louis Head might have committed incitement.  Hey, feel free to read the whole thing, but here’s the headline: it’s pretty open and shut that he did incite the mob in a way that can be punishable under the First Amendment, but Missouri doesn’t seem to have a statute that covers such incitement.  In other words, Missouri could criminalize such behavior, but it doesn’t seem to have chosen to.  As I joked on Twitter, maybe Missouri should add such a law, call it Natalie’s law, after the woman whose cake shop was looted during the riots.

Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Reading the Darren Wilson Transcript (Part 5): Witness 10 and More

This is a series of posts where I plan to go through all 4799 pages of transcripts before the Grand Jury in the Darren Wilson case, in order to figure out 1) should he have been indicted, and 2) is he guilty?  Some background.  This is the post introducing the series and giving you many images that have been released.  This earlier piece on Zimmerman also gives you a good primer on the law of self-defense in general, at least in Florida, while this piece discusses how Missouri law deals with self-defense and the unique right of a cop to use force to stop a fleeing suspect (in some cases), and this piece discusses (albeit briefly) the standard for indictment.  I am not going to explain these points of  law twice, so if you are confused, go back and read those.

This post will be updated to link to other posts in the series without notation that it has been changed.

In Part 1, we reviewed the opening remarks by the Prosecuting Attorney, Bob McColloch, and introducing the two attorneys who would be running the show for the most part from then on: Kathi Alizadeh and Shelia Whirley.  We reviewed two witnesses who gathered evidence for others, but didn’t actually analyze it.

In Part 2, we had another detective who merely gathered evidence for others...  at least as far as he testified that day.  That was interrupted by a medical examiner who testified about the autopsy.

In Part 3, we heard from Darian Johnson, both in the form of media clips and from his own mouth.  We also reviewed the private autopsy done by Dr. Baden.

In Part 4, I point out what a complete idiot Karoli is, and I talk about Wilson’s side of it, including his actual testimony.

Since these posts are also a repository of random news, I will note that over the weekend, Wilson resigned, and didn’t even get a severance.  That last part is surprising, because in my experience many people resigning have gotten them if only in exchange for promising not to sue their former employer.  This is either a confession that he wouldn’t have a viable claim, or simply nobility on his part.   I report, you decide.

And for that matter, it wouldn’t surprise me if he is hoping that by being decent to his former employer, it will make him more employable in the future.

Anyway, with that aside, let’s jump into the next chunk of the transcript.  We are in this file:

Monday, December 1, 2014

Reading the Darren Wilson Transcript (Part 4): Darren Wilson Speaks and a Legal Point

This is a series of posts where I plan to go through all 4799 pages of transcripts before the Grand Jury in the Darren Wilson case, in order to figure out 1) should he have been indicted, and 2) is he guilty?  Some background.  This is the post introducing the series and giving you many images that have been released.  This earlier piece on Zimmerman also gives you a good primer on the law of self-defense in general, at least in Florida, while this piece discusses how Missouri law deals with self-defense and the unique right of a cop to use force to stop a fleeing suspect (in some cases), and this piece discusses (albeit briefly) the standard for indictment.  I am not going to explain these points of  law twice, so if you are confused, go back and read those.

This post will be updated to link to other posts in the series without notation that it has been changed.

In Part 1, we reviewed to opening remarks by the Prosecuting Attorney, Bob McColloch, and introducing the two attorneys who would be running the show for the most part from then on: Kathi Alizadeh and Shelia Whirley.  We reviewed two witnesses who gathered evidence for others, but didn’t actually analyze it.

In Part 2, we had another detective who merely gathered evidence for others...  at least as far as he testified that day.  That was interrupted by a medical examiner who testified about the autopsy.

In Part 3, we heard from Darian Johnson, both in the form of media clips and from his own mouth.  We also reviewed the private autopsy done by Dr. Baden.

And with that, we can jump into the day’s business, which is another volume in the transcript.  I am still in my third pdf, embedded here for your convenience:

Saturday, November 29, 2014

Reading the Darren Wilson Transcript (Part 3): Dorian Johnson Speaks

This is a series of posts where I plan to go through all 4799 pages of transcripts and other materials before the Grand Jury in the Darren Wilson case, in order to figure out 1) should he have been indicted, and 2) is he guilty.  Some background.  This is the post introducing the series and giving you many images that have been released.  This earlier piece on Zimmerman also gives you a good primer on the law of self-defense in general, at least in Florida, while this piece discusses how Missouri law deals with self-defense and the unique right of a cop to use force to stop a fleeing suspect (in some cases), and this piece discusses (albeit briefly) the standard for indictment.  I am not going to explain these points of  law twice, so if you are confused, go back and read those.

This post will be updated to link to other posts in the series without notation that it has been changed.

In Part 1, we reviewed to opening remarks by the Prosecuting Attorney, Bob McColloch, and introducing the two attorneys who would be running the show for the most part from then on: Kathi Alizadeh and Shelia Whirley.  We reviewed two witnesses who gathered evidence for others, but didn’t actually analyze it.

In Part 2, we had another detective who merely gathered evidence for others...  at least as far as he testified that day.  That was interrupted by a medical examiner who testified about the autopsy.

Before I dive back into the transcript, I will share more documents I have found digging around on the internet, this time via the New York Times.  And while you can read them yourself via that page, I will embed them myself, here.  Here are the files:

The Ferguson Feel-Good Story of the Day

Seriously, if you are conservative like me, you are going to have a hard time not smiling over this.

So last Tuesday, Ferguson gas station owner Doug Merello was worried understandably that his store might be attacked by rioters or looters.  So did the National Guard come in to help?  Nope, the government didn’t help him.  So then a bunch of black people showed up with guns and...

…protected his store.  That’s right, a bunch of local residents of African American extraction decided to take up arms to protect a local business.

Oh, and did I mention Morello was white?  So we have racial harmony going here, we have regular citizens acting in the best tradition of the militiamen and women of the past, not depending on the government to save them, and certainly not letting the place get destroyed and asking the government to help them get back on their feet.

(That being said, I encourage private citizens to donate generously to help those whose stores were smashed.  I had a post on how you could help, here, and a new fundraiser for another victim of the riots can be found, here.  And I won’t begrudge any victims of the riots looking for government help, but why not make it unnecessary and lend a hand?)

But back to the story at hand, is there a way that this story could possibly make me happier?

Oh, right, the guns they used?  AR-15s, among other things.  You know that much maligned gun that the left thinks is only used by sociopaths.

This is your test...  if you are smiling, now, you are a conservative.