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Kimberlin’s Infamy Goes International #BrettKimberlin

Posted by John Hitchcock on 2012/05/28

For those of you who are still in the dark about the convicted criminal Brett Kimberlin (all 3 of you), Kimberlin was found guilty of 33 felonies in 1981, and more felonies prior to 1981. He was convicted of being the Speedway Bomber, forgery in forging Department of Defense documents to get the bomb-making materials to set off the bombs that terrorized the city of Speedway, Indiana, drug-running, perjury, and much, much more. He is suspected to have been involved in sexual abuse of a minor, the murder of the minor’s grandmother in order to continue his sexual abuse of a minor. It is believed he became the Speedway Bomber to distract the local law enforcement from the murder of that grandmother. And much, much more.

Lately, he has been involved in intimidation of multiple bloggers who were shining the light on exactly who Brett Kimberlin is, via use of malicious and frivolous lawsuits, harassment campaigns, threatening the health and safety of spouses and children of those who exposed him, threatening the workplaces of those who exposed him, and much, much more. A stroll through Truth Before Dishonor will provide multiple articles discussing Kimberlin and his criminal past and his criminal present. A stroll through the internet will provide much more information on Brett Kimberlin.

And it’s not only American bloggers who are now talking about him, exposing him. FOX News and American Talk Radio is talking about him. And even Australian bloggers are talking about him. Yes, despite his intimidation tactics (both “legal” and illegal), his criminal life is becoming well-known, even outside the US.

You can run (from yourself), Brett Kimberlin, but you cannot hide. Not anymore.

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