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Posts Tagged ‘Brett Kimberlin’
Mir Islam, 22, of New York, N.Y., was sentenced today to 24 months in prison on three federal charges stemming from a conspiracy to commit various crimes related to the “swatting” and “doxing” of dozens of victims, and from a false bomb threat made against a university in Arizona and a pattern of online harassment constituting cyber-stalking against a university student, all occurring between February and September 2013.
Mr. Islam and his (thus far unindicted) co-conspirators seemed to target people who wrote about convicted felon Brett Kimberlin.
Robert Stacy McCain also links to computer security expert Brian Krebs, who goes into more detail on the trial and how Islam et. al. obtained information about their victims.
Just making it to Friday coming back from vacation to Texas in the middle of August seems like it’s own victory condition…
His bored-bird-in-a-gilded-cage attitude, the article said, “has left him with few loyalists to effectively manage the issues erupting abroad and at home and could imperil his efforts to leave a legacy in his final stretch in office.”
The extraordinary candidate turns out to be the most ordinary of men, frittering away precious time on the links. Unlike L.B.J., who devoured problems as though he were being chased by demons, Obama’s main galvanizing impulse was to get himself elected.
The sad part is that this is an ugly, confusing and frightening time at home and abroad, and the country needs its president to illuminate and lead, not sink into some petulant expression of his aloofness, where he regards himself as a party of his own and a victim of petty, needy, bickering egomaniacs.
If you haven’t been following the saga of convicted felon Brett Kimberlin, the Speedway Bomber in all its twisty turn-yness, well, I can’t say that I blame you; there are a lot of twists and turns. (And here’s the unexpurgated version for the fortitudinous.)
Well, there’s some news about convicted felon Brett Kimberlin, namely the fact that he’s suing everyone in sight, including:
And many, many others.
If you want to help those guys out against convicted felon Brett Kimberlin’s vexatious litigation, you can donate to their legal defense fund. Indeed, I tossed in a few shekels myself.
If you’re confused by all the twists and turns of convicted felon Brett Kimberlin’s story (don’t worry, I am too), this condensed version should get you up to speed.
But wait! Aaron Worthing has has done his own summary!
But suppose you want to delve into the story of convicted felon’s harassment of Aaron Worthing in great detail? Well then, here’s the entire saga on one page! (Warning: That link may bring your computer to a crawl! You might want to try the version broken up across several web pages instead.)
A few more tidbits for convicted felon Brett Kimberlin and his associate Neal Rauhauser:
Whether this was done by convicted felon Brett Kimberlin, his likely associate Neal Rauhauser, or anyone else on Team Kimberlin, I don’t think they’ve thought their cunning scheme all the way through. Did it ever occur to the people setting up these SWATings that police really, really don’t like being made to look like fools? Having police officers kill an innocent person based on a malicious prank has to rank pretty high among nightmare scenarios at police headquarters.
You SWAT people once or twice and and police may shrug it off as a prank. You do it repeatedly, as the supergeniuses on Team Kimberlin have done, and you’re really going to piss them off. So much so, that they’re going to start sharing information between departments in an effort to track down the people behind it and nail them to the wall. And they’re going to start calling their friends among the feds and private security consultants for help. Eric Holder may not be interested in helping conservative bloggers, but there are a lot of feds that still want to do the right thing.
Team Kimberlin better be having fun messing with the bull now, because I have a strong feeling they’re not going to like what comes next…
Even for convicted felon Brett Kimberlin this seems ham-handed. They seem desperate to punish conservative bloggers. Or perhaps distract our attention from Obama’s lousy job as President. Whatever the reason, they’re doubling-down on the nasty tactics.
It isn’t working.
Speaking of nasty tactics, here’s more on methods of Neal Rauhauser and Team Kimberlin.
So it looks like I’m going to have to empty out a slimy bucket of news labeled “Convicted Felon Brett Kimberlin” every week.
First some good news: the charges against Aaron Walker (who convicted felon Brett Kimberlin had filed a “peace bond” against) have been dismissed.
Also good news: Thanks to the dangerous “SWATing” of conservative bloggers by Team Kimberlin, 70 congressman now want an investigation.
Other news about convicted felon Brett Kimberlin:
…for the “Blogger Day of Silence” to support National Bloggers Club president Ali Akbar being targeted by convicted felon Brett Kimberlin, but in my case, it would be indistinguishable from laziness. So instead I’ll just link to some bloggers who are doing so to protest the continued malfeasance of convicted felon Brett Kimberlin:
Go over to one of those luminaries and read what it’s all about.
Now: a gratuitous, thinly justified excuse to post some Genesis:
Just in case you hadn’t heard, today is Blog About Brett Kimberlin Day. Or should I say, “Blog about convicted felon, Speedway Bomber, and all-around psychopath Brett Kimberlin day.” Like Everyone Draw Mohammed Day, Blog About Brett Kimberlin Day is designed to stand up to illegal harassment and intimidation by giving the bad guys (Jihadests or convicted felon Brett Kimberlin) too many targets to attack. And like jihadests, convicted felon Brett Kimberlin has defenders (and funders) among the hard left.
Also, I certainly don’t want to be left out of the Blog About Convicted Felon Brett Kimberlin day festivities if there are tasty death threats to be garnered!
Here’s a short video:
And here are several posts where you can read about what an unmitigated scumbag convicted felon Brett Kimberlin is:
That should be enough to keep you going for a while, but if I have time, I may blog more about convicted felon Brett Kimberlin, if only to be the number one Google hit for the phrase “convicted felon Brett Kimberlin.”