Skip to comments.Conservative arrested after blogging about convicted bomber Brett Kimberlin
Posted on 06/03/2012 9:42:29 AM PDT by Jeff Chandler
After a contentious court hearing with convicted bomber Brett Kimberlin, conservative blogger Aaron Walker was taken into custody, The Blaze reported Tuesday.
In 1981, Kimberlin was sentenced to 50 years in federal prison for a long list of crimes, including the 1978 terrorist bombing that brutally maimed Vietnam veteran Carl DeLong. He served 17 years in prison before being released. Since then, he has become a liberal activist whose work has been funded in part, by George Soros' Tides Foundation, Barbra Streisand and Teresa Heinz Kerry.
On May 25, The Blaze published a lengthy expose on Kimberlin, detailing his past and his efforts to silence anyone who writes about him.
"As far as I can tell," Lee Stranahan wrote, "Aaron Walker was arrested for writing."
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Thanks Jeff Chandler.
Off-list ping to all lists.
Thanks Jeff Chandler.
Off-list ping to all lists.
Name:BRETT COLEMAN KIMBERLIN
Can someone please write a one-paragraph summary, without links, please? (The reason I say “without links” is that often links are used instead of actual narrative prose. I’m looking for some actual narrative prose. WTF happened? Exactly. Thanks.)
The article has that as Aaron Walker’s mug shot.
Walker took Kimberlins iPad?
Is this true?
Please just layout the events and the story in order. NO ONE wants to search for the details. If it’s not worth the trouble to write a synopsis, than it’s not worth the trouble for me to read it.
Yes, as Kimberlin was using it to snap pics of Walker in the courthouse. Kimberlin then lied to the court about the encounter as revealed by courthouse video.
Is this Marion Co. in Indiana?
So a conservative blogger gets arrested for writing the truth about a left-wing terrorist that is running free?
If so, that about does it.
Silencing the Clarions (SWATting - Blogger Aaron Walker)
Nope. You’re right. I misread it.
I'm guessing that he's "of a certain age" - what I refer to as the generation(s) that don't know the first thing about computers or the Intertubes.
The "certain agers" that are most dangerous are the ones that are in positions of power like Judge Vaughey. They'll rule on stuff they're completely ignorant of, but cannot admit to the world at large that they shouldn't be touching the issue with a ten-foot pole.
Vaughey starts talking smack about "mano-y-mano", but doesn't seem to understand that Honey BTK (Brett Torture Kimberlin) don't give a sh*t about that stuff.
He'd rather hunt you and your family over the Intertubes, and torture you at a distance.
The reason I know this is that Vaughey's an open book on the Intertubes. He's got a landline, you can find his house on Zillow, you can find his family.
If BTK wanted to pull the wings off the little fly Vaughey, he could do it easily. And Vaughey is completely clueless about that fact.
I think that Vaughey believes his black robe is some sort of superhero armor.
Yes: Marion Co, IN.
Dn't need n Weatherman t see which waybama's wind
"Behind the Violence, Says Jane Alpert, Was Sex"
--November 09, 1981--
"The leaders of the Weather Underground, she believes, followed a similar pattern of constantly shifting sexual alliances..."
"He [Bill Ayers] also writes about the Weathermen's sexual experimentation as they tried to 'smash monogamy.' The Weathermen were 'an army of lovers,' he says, and describes having had different sexual partners, including his best male friend."
Source: New York Times, September 11, 2001: "No Regrets for a Love Of Explosives; In a Memoir of Sorts, a War Protester Talks of Life With the Weathermen"
"...the Weathermen, when not engaged in group sex, committed such revolutionary acts as parading with a Viet Cong flag through a local park on Independence Day and spray-painting the walls of a high school with the slogans, "Off the Pigs," "Viet Cong Will Win," and "F#$k U.S. Imperialism."..."
"What happens next bears watching closely, as does the response of the president, ex-Speaker Pelosi, and others on the left. Encouraged by leftists in the Democratic Party and funded by left-leaning nonprofit organizations and celebrity contributors, Occupy Wall Street may in time morph into something resembling the radical factions of the late 1960s and 1970s."
The article is so poorly written that it’s difficult to summarize it. Your sentence summarizes the situation — WTF happened?
If the people who care about this don’t care enough about it to write a simple, one-paragraph summary (as you have done many times regarding the subjects that interest you), then I don’t care about it either.
I’m certainly not going to spend my time trying to decipher the posted articles.
seems like a rational approach to me
Too bad there isn’t a version by someone who has mastered basic writing.