Mr. Kimberlin & Mr. Zeese,
I’d like to correct the record and invite you to sue me, if you dare.
In the recent Maryland hearing that ended with the arrest of blogger Aaron Walker, Brett Kimberlin said that Everybody Blog About Brett Kimberlin Day was Mr. Walker’s idea.
In a recent letter to Ali Akbar of the National Blogger’s Club, the implication was that Mr. Akbar and / or his group and / or a man named Foster Fries were behind Everybody Blog About Brett Kimberlin Day. According to The Examiner:
In a letter sent to Ali A. Akbar of the National Bloggers Club,Velvet Revolution, a pro-Occupy group started by convicted Speedway bomber Brett Kimberlin, demanded Akbar “preserve all documents” that relate to a recent blogburst known as “Everybody blog about Brett Kimberlin Day.”
According to the letter sent by the group, the blogburst “caused countless death threats against our staff, the release of massive amounts of false and defamatory information on to the Internet, and unleashed stalking and harassment.”
For the record : Everybody Blog About Brett Kimberlin Day was entirely and completely my idea. I first mentioned it in this post. I told one person about the idea before I posted it and they are ready to be a witness. I never encouraged violence against Mr. Kimberlin nor would I condone any violence. Mr. Kimberlin is the convicted violent felon not the people who write about him.
If you want to file your baseless, anti-free speech, anti-American lawsuit against the creator of Everybody Blog About Brett Kimberlin Day. — I’m right here.
My email address is Stranahan@gmail.com. Bring it on.
Mr. Kimberlin is a public figure and the issues that I’ve encouraged people to research and discuss are matters of public interest. Mr. Kimberlin has involved himself in the political process. He’s continued to put himself in the public eye by filing public lawsuits against people who would expose him.
I’m not afraid of the truth. Mr. Kimberlin is.
- Lee Stranahan