Aaron Walker provides more details on his SWATing.
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…