As reported by Yid With Lid and Patterico, convicted Speedway Bomber Brett Kimberlin sent a deranged “photographer” to try to disrupt the annual Blog Bash hosted by ViralRead publisher Ali A. Akbar and the National Bloggers Club, which took place on the first day of CPAC.
Aaron Walker, known as one of the front-line bloggers fighting to bring light to the sordid activities of convicted domestic terrorist Brett Kimberlin became the latest victim of a Swatting attack last night. As Walker writes on his blog, police were called to his home with guns drawn:
Aaron Walker, with his attorney Mr. Bours, have filed a motion to partially stay the Peace Order filed against him for blogging and tweeting about Brett Kimberlin.
Mr. Bours argues at one point in the motion that Judge Cornelius Vaughey ”disregarded by name controlling supreme court precedent on what constitutes incitement.” The motion cites Judge Vaughey’s flippant rejection of Brandenberg v Ohio which defines incitement as speech “producing imminent lawless action or and is likely to incite or produce such action.”
David French with the ACLJ has stepped up to defend Ali Akbar and the National Bloggers Club against Brett Kimberlin’s litigious tendencies.
Last week Kevin Zeese, legal counsel to Velvet Revolution, one of Kimberlin’s non-profit organizations, sent a letter titled “Document Hold Request for Potential Litigation In The Matter Of Velvet Revolution And Justice Through Music Dirty Tricks Campaign By National Bloggers Club” to Ali Akbar, Foster Friess and Stephen Friess. This is a common legal precursor to filing a suit.