Skip to comments.Brett Kimberlin and the Justice of Google
Posted on 06/14/2012 8:57:01 PM PDT by vbmoneyspender
On November 19, 1989, the people of Prague, in the former state of Czechoslovakia, gathered to commemorate a massacre of Czech students by Nazi Germany fifty years earlier. By the end of the day, the gathering turned into a demonstration against a ruling Communist government that had begun massacring Czechs and Slovaks from virtually the moment the Nazis were booted out. By December 29, 1989, without a shot fired, the protesters had driven out their Communist masters, electing poet, playwright, and political prisoner Vaclav Havel as interim President. This peaceful revolt by a peaceful people against their Stalinist puppet government became known as the Velvet Revolution.
On November 30, 2004, convicted terrorist bomber, drug dealer, and perjurer Brett Kimberlin formed a Maryland corporation for the purpose of soliciting tax-exempt donations from the public and charitable foundations, to promote an alleged network of more than 100 progressive organizations reaching millions of people demanding progressive change through our various campaigns. Campaigns such as offering bounties for the head of the Chamber of Commerce, the impeachment of a Supreme Court Justice, and proof that John Kerry actually won the 2004 presidential election.
This corporation was also known as the Velvet Revolution, or VelvetRevolution.US, Inc. according to its corporate filings.
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This guy is a TRUE WHACKJOB.
He is also now a SOROS-PAID, Striesand-funded Radical Left “Internet Activist”.
Brett Kimberlin, also known as the convicted “Speedway Bomber” one of whose pipe bombs blew the leg off a veteran. that vet, Carl DeLong, committed suicide 4 1/2 yrs later.
He has also claimed that he sold drugs to Dan Quayle. Anyone remember that one?
Shortly after graduating from high school, Kimberlin was convicted in 1973 of felony perjury for lying to a grand jury investigating drug trafficking. Kimberlin had been called before a grand jury investigating drug use at his high school and was convicted for testifying that he had not sold LSD. Kimberlin served only 21 days of a one-year sentence on this charge.
By 1976, Kimberlin’s drug business was grossing hundreds of thousands of dollars a month. Kimberlin invested his free cash in such legitimate businesses as a retail health-food store, a vegetarian restaurant, and an Earth shoe franchise. However, Kimberlin became a suspect in the murder of the mother of a friend/employee of his in Speedway, Indiana in 1978.
In the first six days of September 1978, a series of bombings struck Speedway. Initially there were no injuries; however, the last bombing led to the amputation of Vietnam veteran Carl DeLong’s right leg, as well as leaving DeLong and his wife with a series of other injuries that required significant hospitalization and rehabilitation. DeLong committed suicide in February 1983. Investigators traced the Mark-Time timer and the Tovex 200 used in the bombings to Kimberlin, and he was placed under surveillance.
The police believed that Kimberlin had conducted the Speedway bombings to divert attention from the murder investigation.
On Sept. 20, 1978, Kimberlin was then arrested by the FBI for an entirely different charge—possession and illegal use of Department of Defense insignia, illegal use of the Seal of the President of the United States, and impersonation of a federal officer, after the FBI received a tip from a print shop owner.
Between one and two weeks later, he was released although the charges were not dismissed. A few months later, on Feb. 16, 1979, Kimberlin was at a makeshift airport in Texas to supervise the unloading of an airplane, when bad weather and low fuel led the airplane’s crew to jettison a shipment of 10,000 plounds of marijuana from Colombia (in 50-pound bales) over a wide area of southeastern Texas so that the plane could land at a real airport.
Kimberlin was arrested a few hours later while trying to retrieve the bales.
In June 1980 Kimberlin was convicted in a Texas federal court of conspiracy to possess marijuana with intent to distribute and given a four-year sentence. In a separate trial in November 1980, he was convicted of possession and illegal use of Department of Defense insignia, illegal use of the Seal of the President of the United States, and impersonation of a federal officer.
Finally, Kimberlin was convicted of the Speedway bombing in a trial that took 53 days and included 118 witnesses, and his sentences for all of his convictions were aggregated to a total sentence of 50 years.
Kimberlin was released on parole in February 1994 after serving 13 years, but his parole was revoked in 1997 for failure to pay the civil judgments against him, and he was returned to prison for four more years before his release in 2001
Oops. Can’t forget the tagline.
Brett Kimberlin is also the guy that claimed to have dealt drugs to Dan Quayle.
He got a law degree during his stint in jail for the bombing and drug charges and has filed dozens, if not hundreds of harassing lawsuits against anyone who tried to expose his sleazy past. The list of his illegal activities goes on and on, but no authority has seen fit to call him to task.
In short, a scumbag’s scumbag.
FYI: It’s on the first page on google now.
Wonder how he is going to "SWAT" all of FR?
JimRob, maybe you should take care answering your door for the next few days...
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