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.

Monday, August 5, 2013

So Why is the Pedophile Brett Kimberlin Mad at Us, Really?

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 Kimberlin has been harassing me for over a year, 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.  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.

Well, let’s see if we can find a common thread among his enemies, shall we?  First up, we have James O’Keefe III.  Unlike a lot of his targets, he hasn’t been hitting back very much, but he was an early target of Kimberlin’s as I mentioned here.

And why was that?  On its face it was because Brett Kimberlin was offended that James O’Keefe recorded people without their consent.  But hidden camera investigations occur all the time.  Why did he focus on this one?  Here watch it again:

Well, well, what do you know, James O’Keefe was attacking ACORN for being willing not just to help a prostitute and her pimp, not just to set up a brothel, but an underage brothel.

Next up, we have Patrick “Patterico” Frey.  And Patrick Frey is pretty openly and vociferously anti-pedophilia too.  Yes, yes, just about every sane people is anti-pedophilia, but Patrick’s office was directly involved in trying to extradite Roman Polanski to serve out his sentence for pedophilia and while Patrick was not directly involved in that, he did take that time to hammer Polanski on his blog.  To give one example, you can look here and here.

Next up we have Lee Stranahan.  Lee was one of the Breitbart journalists who brought the story of the rapes at occupy rallies to light, including one that was pedophilic in nature.

And then there is me, Aaron Walker.  I ran a blog called Everyone Draw Mohammed.  This was an anti-terrorism, pro-free-speech protest.  The simple logic was this: the terrorists threatened to kill anyone who drew Mohammed and particularly the creators of South Park.  We those of us who joined in the protest were more or less saying, “well, if you are going to kill anyone who draws Mohammed, you’ll have to kill, me too.”

The idea frankly, was to call their bluff.  And they were bluffing.  Or more precisely, they were hoping that only a few people would dare to draw Mohammed, so they would have a manageable number to terrorize and kill.  But instead thousands of people did.  Over seven hundred people did at my site, and over a hundred thousand people did on facebook.

My site in particular only had two rules.  The first was that you had to depict Mohammed in some clear way (including drawing an arrow to point at something and saying “Mohammed”).  The second was that it couldn’t actually be porn (and a few examples probably tread pretty close to the line) because I didn’t want a porn block to prevent people from seeing my site.  Other than that, I imposed no restrictions on content (and artistic ability was not required given that this was a people’s protest).  Indeed, several of the cartoons personally offended me and surely would offend my family, such as this...

...which would deeply offend my Catholic in-laws, and this...

...which was drawn by a Muslim man to throw down the gauntlet, so to speak.  I guess he thought I would be offended and therefore wouldn’t publish it.  I was offended and did publish it.

Now the cartoons that did appear on my site ran a gamut of themes, but one particularly popular topic was Mohammed and Aisha, which was alluded to above.  According to Islamic tradition, Aisha was Mohammed’s fourth wife and his most favorite.  He married her when she was six yeas old; he consummated the marriage when she was nine.

So you got a lot of cartoons that used the “pedobear” meme involving mohammed.  Here’s a sampling:

Some were subtle, such as the use of the slightly smaller “ghost” in this Pac-man themed cartoon.

Some were in French:

Some were not so subtle:

And some were just plain heartbreaking:

(Seriously, you need to enlarge this one for the full effect.) 

But in each, the unmistakable message was to attack, mock, criticize Mohammed for being a pedophile.

And for that matter, in the blog I talked extensively about Mohammed’s pedophilia.  Now let me point out that I don’t assume that every Muslim approves of Mohammed’s behavior or would emulate it.  In fact I assume they just kind of ignore it, rationalize it away, so that this plainly vile behavior is condemned, but they somehow believe Mohammed is God’s most important prophet.  They may follow a man whose personal life I consider to be appalling, but they don’t believe in doing what he does.

But there a lot of people for whom this is a sticking point.  I even told people the story of a Pakistani Muslim who told me that the story of Aisha broke his faith.  He could no longer believe in a faith founded by a pedophile.  And my point wasn’t to bash Islam but to use it as a practical example of how the right to speak freely about a faith was vital to the right to choose one’s own faith.  In other words, freedom of religious speech was vital to the right of religious freedom.

But in the process, I made no bones about the fact I didn’t like pedophilia.

My friend Dustin, who was a particular target of their ire, also helped with the Everyone Draw Mohammed Blog.

And then we reach Mandy Nagy, who wrote one of the earliest pieces that set this thing in motion.  In it, she mentioned the suspicions that Brett Kimberlin was a pedophile, although she didn’t put it that bluntly.

The point I am getting at here, is that it seems like one of the safest ways to anger Brett Kimberlin is to say something bad about pedophiles.  And let’s remember what I said about Kimberlin trying to use music to promote acceptance of pedophila:

What these songs in fact represent is the effort of a pedophile to try to make his behavior seem more normal.  We know that pedophiles think of their desires as an “orientation” much like being gay (much to the chagrin of gay people who feel that the pedophiles are harming their movement).  The pedophiles think these are normal desires and the child is not actually harmed by having sexual relations.  So he was hoping to have a hit album that includes songs designed to make that taboo sound more normal, to move things a little closer to the day when we become “tolerant” and decide that sex between a forty year old and a ten year old is no more wrong than two dudes having sex.

Of course it is a fools dream.  In reality the “debate” about sex with underage children is best encapsulated by the ending moments of the classic episode of South Park dealing with NAMBLA, when a member of NAMBLA makes soaring speeches about freedom and tolerance, only for Kyle to say, “but dude, you have sex with children!” over and over again to shut him down.  (And if you wanted to watch it for yourself, for free, go here)....

This is the real reason why, in his twisted mind, he is the good guy.  He just wants to find love... with really young girls.  And everyone who tried to stop his love are the bad guys, people who are intolerant of his “sexual orientation.”  He claimed Julia Scyphers was harassing him and she ended up dead with him as the lead suspect in a murder-for-hire scheme.  And John and I have helped expose the pedophilia he committed against T. Kimberlin just when he thought he was free and clear from what he did.  So he is lashing out, impotently.

So if he thinks pedophilia is good, that it is just an orientation like being gay, then necessarily all of those things we did would be evil to him.  It would be evil to attack ACORN for being willing to create an underage brothel, for Patrick’s office to try to imprison Roman Polanski for anally raping a child, for I and various participants at my site to attack Mohammed as a pedophile, and for Mandy Nagy to call attention to the suspicions that Brett’s bombings were motivated ultimately by a pedophilic love of a girl named Debbie Barton.

This also makes T. Kimberlin evil in his mind, too.  He has rationalized what he did to her.  He told himself he didn’t hurt her, that she even enjoyed it.  He probably thinks in truth that she doesn’t really have a problem with the way he used her, that she is just using this “intolerant” law—meaning intolerant of pedophiles—as a weapon against him.

But of course it isn’t that way.  T. Kimberlin has come to recognize that to have seduced her at such an age was abusive and she is in terror that Brett Kimberlin will abuse other girls—including potentially his own daughters—the same way.  Because despite having an uncommonly tough life, including having lived with a sociopath for about fifteen years now, T. Kimberlin is actually extremely normal.  And she is hoping she can break away from Brett and give her daughters the most normal existence possible.



I have accused some people, particularly Brett Kimberlin, of reprehensible conduct.  In some cases, the conduct is even criminal.  In all cases, the only justice I want is through the appropriate legal process—such as the criminal justice system.  I do not want to see vigilante violence against any person or any threat of such violence.  This kind of conduct is not only morally wrong, but it is counter-productive.

In the particular case of Brett Kimberlin, I do not want you to even contact him.  Do not call him.  Do not write him a letter.  Do not write him an email.  Do not text-message him.  Do not engage in any kind of directed communication.  I say this in part because under Maryland law, that can quickly become harassment and I don’t want that to happen to him.

And for that matter, don’t go on his property.  Don’t sneak around and try to photograph him.  Frankly try not to even be within his field of vision.  Your behavior could quickly cross the line into harassment in that way too (not to mention trespass and other concerns).

And do not contact his organizations, either.  And most of all, leave his family alone.

The only exception to all that is that if you are reporting on this, there is of course nothing wrong with contacting him for things like his official response to any stories you might report.  And even then if he tells you to stop contacting him, obey that request.  That this is a key element in making out a harassment claim under Maryland law—that a person asks you to stop and you refuse.

And let me say something else.  In my heart of hearts, I don’t believe that any person supporting me has done any of the above.  But if any of you have, stop it, and if you haven’t don’t start.


  1. You need to put up a tip jar button for you, not just for the NBC.

  2. Aside from being really creepy with your Kimberlin obsession, you are also a complete moron. You are making judgments of ancient cultures and religions through a 21st century perspective. Thousands of years ago, it was not unusual for women to be betrothed and married at young ages. Many religious scholars suggest Mary was as young as 12, and certainly not older than 14, when she gave birth to Jesus, making God a pedophilia.

    In any event, the age of Aisha is not known, but has probably been exaggerated by past Muslims so that there would be no doubt as to the virginity of Muhammad's wife. The marriage was consummated when she "blossomed", but I wouldn't put much stock in legend.

    1. This comment is another sleight of hand. Walker didn't care two figs about Kimberlin until he volunteered to help Seth of Prepostericity. Kimberlin retaliated against Walker because, heaven forbid, a LAWYER actually do pro bono legal work. That's like a surgeon operating on someone! Islamic mores and history may be debatable, but facts less than two years old are not.

    2. So Ken, what's creepy about keeping the heat on a person who's been scamming folks for decades, is a convicted terrorist and possible murderer.

      Regardless of ancient history, morals today are in place for a very good reason.

    3. Ken,

      I figured for once I would publish your comment, because it shows the vile depths you will stoop to.

      First, evil is evil, no matter when it occurred. Having sex with a 9 year old is evil, period. I do not accept the idea that it is okay to have sex with a child just because everyone else is doing it. I do not buy into the nihilism of moral relativity that holds that any act is okay, if you do it at a time when the act is common. That is a doctrine that justifies slavery and holocaust. I do not buy into it.

      This is particularly the case when the act is so obviously evil. This isn’t like, say, abortion, where if the fetus feels any pain you aren’t likely to hear it cry out. Sex with a nine year old girl is almost always torturous. Consider, for instance, how the eight year old victim suffered in Kennedy v. Louisiana. Sorry to be graphic, but it is necessary to understand exactly what Mohammed would have witnessed. The act literally ruptured the wall between her anus and her vagina and due to the damage done, the girl will literally never have children. He killed her ability to ever have babies of her own. So likewise Mohammed was there literally torturing this girl, making her scream and cry and beg him to stop. But he didn’t. He could not have missed the barbarism of what he did to that girl. There is no way a person of even minimal morality wouldn’t recognize that this act was evil.

      Second, to the extent that it is ever justified to judge a person by the mores of the time, it makes no sense when judging a supposedly divinely inspired person. This is God we are talking about. He doesn’t live by the mores of the time. He changes the mores of the time. A God that is omniscient is not going to allow evil in his religion’s greatest prophet because “everyone else is doing it.”

      Now if you want to stipulate that Mohammed was not any kind of prophet at all, you would be much more reasonable in judging him by the mores of his time. But if you want to hold him up to be God’s most important prophet, as the Muslims do, his behavior has got to stand the test of time.

      Third, God didn't have sex with Mary. He simply willed her to be pregnant. You plainly know nothing of the religion you falsely equated with it.

      Fourth, as for your feeble defense, how utterly f-----ed is that? So basically you think they decided it was better to believe that God’s chief prophet was a pedophile who violently raped a little girl, rather than think that Aisha might not have been a virgin. I think that assertion is downright defamatory of the Muslims who came after Mohammed and it is not a defense that any modern Muslim offers. Counselor you are confined on this appeal to the issues raised below.

    4. Finally, I love how you call me obsessed with Brett Kimberlin. The man 1) tried to out me for daring to give a man free legal advice, 2) tried to extort me into silence by threatening to falsely accuse me of a crime when I resisted, 3) tried to frame me for a crime when I refused to give in to his extortion, 4) convinced a judge to put on me an unconstitutional peace order on me when I went public with the story of the crimes he committed against me, 5) had me unlawfully arrested on false charges, 6) hired Bill Schmalfeldt to try to goad me into violating that unconstitutional protective order and to harass my friends, 7) had me SWATted when I overturned that unconstitutional peace order, 8) personally stalked my wife, while 9) his pet stalker Schmalfeldt threatened to tell jihadi terrorist where I lived and then published my home address.

      And all of this was evidently to cover up the fact that he was in fact a pedophile who met his current wife when she was 14 and he was in his forties, having sex with her in the Ukraine and then bringing her over here when she was 15 and having sex with her here, and marrying her unlawfully when she was 16 by forging her birth certificate. Oh, and making a pass at the woman’s twelve year old cousin for bonus points. And that is only the beginning of the secrets Tanya Kimberlin is spilling out.

      But hey, I shouldn’t help a woman escape an abusive pedophile and help her get her kids away from him, because... wait, why not? I thought liberals were all for fighting on the right side of the #WarOnWomen. But apparently your solution is that if an underage girl is raped by a 40+ creep, to make sure she can have an abortion, no questions asked.

      Of course you are so morally warped that you think Brett Kimberlin’s real sin is that he was born in the wrong time and place, that if he was born at the right time and the right place, what he did was perfectly fine.

      A long time ago, when I thought you still had some decency as a human being, I gave you a copy of the Autobiography of Martin Luther King. Go back and listen again to him speak these words to you on moral relativism, in his sermon “rediscovering lost values.” He starts by talking about the bane of moral relativism:

      “Most people can’t stand up for their convictions, because the majority of people might not be doing it. (Amen, Yes) See, everybody’s not doing it, so it must be wrong. And since everybody is doing it, it must be right. (Yes, Lord help him) So a sort of numerical interpretation of what’s right.

      “But I’m here to say to you this morning that some things are right and some things are wrong. (Yes) Eternally so, absolutely so. It’s wrong to hate. (Yes, That’s right) It always has been wrong and it always will be wrong. (Amen) It’s wrong in America, it’s wrong in Germany, it’s wrong in Russia, it’s wrong in China. (Lord help him) It was wrong in 2000 B.C., and it’s wrong in 1954 A.D. It always has been wrong, (That’s right) and it always will be wrong. (That’s right) It’s wrong to throw our lives away in riotous living. (Yeah) No matter if everybody in Detroit is doing it, it’s wrong. (Yes) It always will be wrong, and it always has been wrong. It’s wrong in every age and it’s wrong in every nation. Some things are right and some things are wrong, no matter if everybody is doing the contrary. Some things in this universe are absolute. The God of the universe has made it so. And so long as we adopt this relative attitude toward right and wrong, we’re revolting against the very laws of God himself. (Amen)”

    5. It is not a coincidence that all of America’s great revolutionaries invariably rejected moral relativism. Jefferson and company wrote of self-evident truths as did Abraham Lincoln. And Martin Luther King talked about absolute moral truths. Because the mores of the time said they were wrong. Most of the world was under the boot of tyranny when Jefferson said no one had a right to rule over another (ignoring his hypocrisy on the subject). Half of America thought there was nothing wrong with slavery when Lincoln advocated for its end. And most of America was racist when Martin Luther King shared his dream with us. Good cannot triumph over evil unless you first reject moral relativism.

      But you are so morally twisted you will never get that. Either that or you are so obsessed with me, you will literally disagree with me on everything.

  3. "Now let me point out that I don’t assume that every Muslim approves of Mohammed’s behavior or would emulate it."

    Not true. In Islam, Mohammad is the exemplar, the perfect man, never to be questioned or criticized. To be a Muslim is to strive to emulate Mohammad in every way. Anyone who demurs or disagrees in the slightest is an infidel.

  4. Dear Ken,

    In the early 1940's it was "not unusual" for Germans to put Jews into camps, work them to the edge of death, and then gas them the rest of the way.

    Since you clearly condone the actions of muslims and pedophiles like Kimberlin, you probably view that as a good thing, though.

    In any case, the fact that something was common at one time has no bearing on how "good" or "bad" it was.

    All clear now?

  5. Problem is that the Quran is held out to us by muslims as the perfected word of Allah, also known as true in every detail and the ages of Aisha are in there. It may or not be legend but they hold it to be rock solid fact worthy of emulation. And that makes it worth protesting. Ain't no child nowhere ever been ready for sex at 9 years of age I don't care what calendar you use. That's not a 21st Century perspective, thats a biological and moral perspective. You can leave that moron trigger at home next time Tex. You use it too freely.

  6. Why is he mad at you? It's because you're telling the truth about him, and to borrow a line from Jack Nicholson, "HE CAN'T HANDLE THE TRUTH!"