Dumb Domestic Terrorist Arrested In Florida

Stick this in the category of Things that make you go WTF? So here’s the great criminal plot conceived by this genius: Mark Charles Barnett created 10 bombs disguised as food products that he planned to put on shelves in Target stores in Florida, Virginia, and New York. He figured the explosions and resulting panic would cause Target stock to plummet so he could snatch it up cheaply. What could possibly go wrong, right? He hired a relative to plant the bombs. The relative notified authorities. Barnett was a registered sex offender and previously incarcerated for grand theft, kidnapping and sexual … Continue reading Dumb Domestic Terrorist Arrested In Florida

Kimberlin Loses Appeal; February 2016

In case you missed it, this is the court decision on the most recent appeal by Brett Kimberlin in his lawsuit against the world.Originally, Kimberlin sued a bunch of bloggers alleging he was the target of “malicious prosecution, conspiracy to abuse process, defamation, false light invasion of privacy, harassment, infliction of emotional distress and stalking.” Only two of Kimberlin’s allegations proved to be trial worthy but in the end, Kimberlin still lost his lawsuit.  Brett, being the poster child for Excessive Litigation, appealed. Last month, the Maryland Court of Special Appeals published their decision upholding the verdict against Kimberlin.The Special Appeals … Continue reading Kimberlin Loses Appeal; February 2016

Brett Kimberlin Was Not A Political Prisoner; False Narrative 2

Conflation. That’s a lovely word you should know when reading about Brett Kimberlin and Neal Rauhauser. Conflation is when two or more ideas, events or things are merged together. It’s a nicer way of saying the two of them are compulsive bull shitters.Kimberlin claims he was a political prisoner. That he, a poor martyr, was put in prison for his political views. That he then took his case before the Supreme Court and was exonerated in a secret deal that also got him a big monetary settlement.Conflate. Conflating.The truth is that while in prison already, Kimberlin was put in solitary confinement … Continue reading Brett Kimberlin Was Not A Political Prisoner; False Narrative 2

Kimberlin Appeals His 50 Year Concurrent Sentencing; 1982

It’s hard to keep Kimberlin’s court cases straight let alone translate the legal jargon but I think this is a denial of Kimberlin’s appeal on the denial of his appeal on having concurrent sentences. Got that? 675 F.2d 866 UNITED STATES of America, Plaintiff-Appellee,v.Brett C. KIMBERLIN, Defendant-Appellant. No. 81-2222. United States Court of Appeals,Seventh Circuit. Argued Feb. 26, 1982.Decided April 13, 1982. Nile Stanton, Indianapolis, Ind., for defendant-appellant. John Thar, Asst. U. S. Atty., Indianapolis, Ind., for plaintiff-appellee. Before CUMMINGS, Chief Judge, POSNER, Circuit Judge, and BARTELS, Senior District Judge.* POSNER, Circuit Judge. 1 This appeal from the denial of … Continue reading Kimberlin Appeals His 50 Year Concurrent Sentencing; 1982

Kimberlin Loses Appeal On Drugs And Explosives Sentencing; 1985

Since leaving prison, Brett Kimberlin’s spin on his past is that he was a political prisoner but released from prison early because of a secret deal with the Department of Justice which has been conveniently sealed from public view. Neal Rauhauser also claimed the same thing while he was working for Kimberlin.That’s typical of Kimberlin’s compulsive lying but there are always some people gullible enough to believe without verification.Below is the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals’ 1985 response to US v Brett Kimberlin after Kimberlin appealed denials to his motions for a reduced sentence. There are a couple enlightening bits … Continue reading Kimberlin Loses Appeal On Drugs And Explosives Sentencing; 1985