#BrettKimberlin D+1: Forward!
As promised, a quick update in the aftermath of Everybody Blog About Brett Kimberlin Day…
-Stacy McCain has just filed a report on a hearing that will be occurring on Tuesday in Maryland on the Kimberlin v. Walker case.
-Military veteran Nathan Martin, in a post on the aftermath of yesterday, writes:
I tell my son each night when I tuck him in and pray over him (sometimes after he has fallen asleep) that he is a warrior, a scholar, and a gentlemen. But yesterday, while on the frontlines, this warrior had a jolt of why we fight…a jolt that I share with you, as we head into Memorial Day’s festivities. My only regret is that, this weekend, many won’t see it.
Do take the time to click here and read the rest — it ia inspirational.
Also, please check out his podcast from this past Thursday which was all about Brett Kimberlin.
–Damn good observation by Dan Collins in a damn good post:
I’ll just observe that the convergence with Manson gets more pronounced every time I learn something new about our diminutive so-called revolutionary punk. They stuck a fork in her. Far out.
-A very fine post by Bryan Preston, over at Pajamas Media, A highlight:
Brett Kimberlin was convicted of perjury before he left high school. He would later be convicted of the Speedway bombing, which would lead to an innocent man’s suicide. But rather than becoming a pariah for the rest of his life, Kimberlin parlayed his criminal career into well-funded leftwing activism at Velvet Revolution and Justice Through Music.
-I forgot to link Chris Muir’s work in helping get the word out about the Kimberlin story. Apologies, Chris. Do check out his Day By Day cartoons from Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and today. Well done [especially the Wednesday one featuring Stacy; it’s obvious you’ve talked to him on the phone before].
-What next? That Innocuous Girl has some good ideas.