Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Domestic Terrorist Victim Jailed After Posting Blog About His Ordeal

Last week we told you about an incident where George Soros funded Brett Kimberlin has been "swatting" his political opponents.  Swatting is the process of placing a false 9-1-1 call claiming responsibility for a murder so police show up heavily armed and in SWAT gear to the victims home.  Now comes news that another victim of Kimberlin's harassment has been arrested for blogging about the domestic terrorists actions.

Aaron Walker, whose complaint against convicted terrorist Brett Kimberlin became a conservativecause célèbre this past week, was reportedly taken into custody today after a court hearing in Rockville, Maryland.
One person who attended the hearing in Montgomery County District Court said that Kimberlin asserted that Walker’s continued blogging represented a violation of a “peace order” Kimberlin had obtained against the Virginia attorney, who says Kimberlin tried to “frame” him for assault earlier this year.
The so-called "frame" job Kimberlin asserts he is the victim of resulted from Kimberlin staging a fake assault in a Maryland courthouse where he falsely claimed Walker assaulted him.  A security tape of the event revealed Walker was the actually the one being setup by Kimberlin:
Starting on January 9, 2012, Brett Kimberlin actually attempted to frame me for a crime.  He falsely accused me of essentially beating him up inside the courthouse for the Montgomery County Circuit Court, in Rockville, Maryland.  He has claimed at different times that I decked him, that I struck him three times, that I wrestled with him, that I pushed him, that courtroom staff separated us, that the sheriff’s deputies separated us, and that even after the deputies arrived that I kept coming at him repeatedly and had to be restrained.
What didn’t occur to him was that there was a security camera that captured what really happened in the courthouse that day.  I have the footage and I have included it in a long post that tells the whole story of how I came to be there that day and what really happened.

The National Bloggers Club has setup a website to draw attention to this miscarriage of justice and help raise money for Walker's defense.

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