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The #BrettKimberlin Report D+50: Is The Bus Warming Up?

14 July 2012 @ 09:55

The Battle Rages On: It’s been fifty days since Everybody Blog About Brett Kimberlin Day and the noose continues to tighten around the divisions of the Kimberlin/Rauhauser Cell.  We are advancing on all fronts and the key is to not let up on our offensive.

-Patterico has put together an executive summary of the whole saga that the unititiated will find very useful, but I found it to be also an excellent refresher for someone like myself who occasionally gets lost in the weeds.  A highlight:

Neal Rauhauser is a far-left activist who has engaged in violent rhetoric, contacts members from the hacking group Anonymous, and is an admitted associate of Brett Kimberlin’s. He has written how-to guides regarding methods to use phony identities and hide one’s Internet activities from law enforcement.

Kimberlin has described Rauhauser in open court as his “associate.” Rauhauser has written of working with Kimberlin and meeting with him personally. Rauhauser has appeared at numerous court hearings with Kimberlin. He has sat at counsel table with Kimberlin and passed him court documents. He has helped push Kimberlin’s false narrative that Kimberlin was exonerated, as well as the blatantly false claim that the judge in the DeLongs’ wrongful death suit against Kimberlin was imprisoned for extorting Kimberlin. Rauhauser has spoken of working with Kimberlin’s Velvet Revolution organization on Occupy events. In 2011, Rauhauser talked of a new job that he had, and of moving to Maryland — the state that is home to Brett Kimberlin and his “Velvet Revolution” nonprofit.

Rauhauser has supported the idea of using litigation for the express purpose of costing his political opponents both time and money. He appears to have found a kindred spirit in his associate, the serial litigant Brett Kimberlin, who has filed over 100 lawsuits, including lawsuits for insufficiently provocative pornography, and for the right to play electric guitars in federal prison.

-For a more detailed explanation of his part of the saga, Aaron Walker has created a page dedicated to the whole story.  It contains a brief summary, links to more detailed information, and ways you can help.  A highlight:

…Not only is the conduct I have exposed egregious, but for most of it there is no question who did it. I can absolutely prove Brett Kimberlin has tried to get me killed, and attempted to frame me for a crime and abused the court system. And that gives us the best chance to make sure Brett Kimberlin faces the appropriate legal consequences for this conduct: we can finally take him off the streets and put him in prison where he belongs, with your help.

-Senator Saxby Chambliss has been compelled to write and send another letter to Attorney General Eric Holder because, as Patterico explains [he also has the full text of the letter]:

Note that he says Holder personally assured him that he would give special attention to this matter, but then sent a boilerplate response that was silent on whether federal law enforcement is looking into all the cases.

No surprise there.

It is clear that Holder does not give a damn about the Oath Of Office he took and is conducting himself as not bound by any laws or The Constitution.  One would hope, if the Republicans gained control of the Senate, they will thoroughly investigate this criminal and see that he is prosecuted…one hopes.

[Tip of the fedora to Mandy Nagy for first informing me about this letter.]

-Over at The Conservatory the other day, they published a very well-done piece by Starless on The Curious Case Of The Incurious Media regarding the activities of the Kimberlin/Rauhauser Cell.  A highlight:

How is this a non-story about a nobody? One excuse I’ve heard over and over is that it would be “too complex”. RICO cases are, by their very nature, complex and I don’t think there’s a reporter out there who has met a RICO case he or she didn’t like. In fact, reporters and editors revel in complex stories. Complex stories give them a chance to “educate” their readers and show how smart they are.

‘Incuriouser and Incuriouser’, said Alice [my sources assure me she was, in fact, ten feet tall when she said this].

-Is The Bus Preparing To Roll?  That is the question being asked by John Hoge:

Matt Osborne has a piece called Is the World’s Longest-Running Performance Art Piece Finally Ending? (H/T, @AaronWorthing) in which looks like the beginning of the damage control spin by which mainline Progressives will try to disassociate themselves with Neal Rauhauser.

I would not be shocked to find out that the distancing has begun because the Left, bereft of any Morality has always been more than willing to roll-over their comrades in The Struggle if it’s necessary for The Cause.  The end is all and individuals don’t matter.

So…I guess you could say Neal Rauhauser is merely a single egg in the Utopian Omlet.

-Do check out Mike and Dan’s aggregations, both published yesterday, for more analysis and links.

For the record: by quoting and/or linking someone in these Reports, I am not necessarily endorsing that person’s behavior or actions. I will quote and/or link anyone who helps reveal the truth about Brett Kimberlin, Neal Rauhauser, et. al. but I will not take sides nor get dragged into any of the squabbles occurring on our side. Keep Your Eyes On The Prize.

3 Comments
  1. Starless permalink
    14 July 2012 @ 10:39 10:39

    Thx very much for the linky and the complimentary words. I can never objectively tell if what I’ve written makes sense or if it’s just an incomprehensibly sad attempt to express my Simple Jack-like head movies. So it’s nice to get some feedback.

    FTR, it’s “The Curious Case of the Curiously Incurious Media,” because it’s not just curious, it’s very curious. Thus the extra curiousness.

  2. 14 July 2012 @ 10:41 10:41

    Thanks for the link and your help in the aggregation. 😉

  3. 14 July 2012 @ 15:39 15:39

    Hey Bob!
    Some guy named Pureen wrote a libelous piece in Salon.com which called our good friend R.S. McCain a racist “neo-Confederate.” You know the liberals are exercised about something when Salon talks about it.

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