Breaking: Domestic Terrorist Kimberlin Has Conservative Blogger Arrested …Update: Aaron Worthing Released – Seeks Assistance

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Conservative blogger Aaron Walker was arrested today after the Maryland hearing on the Kimberlin case.

‘Speedway Bomber’: Criminal terrorist Brett Kimberlin was convicted in 1981

The Other McCain reported:

Aaron Walker, whose complaint against convicted terrorist Brett Kimberlin became a conservative cause célèbre this past week, was reportedly taken into custody today after a court hearing in Rockville, Maryland.

One person who attended the hearing in Montgomery County District Court said that Kimberlin asserted that Walker’s continued blogging represented a violation of a “peace order” Kimberlin had obtained against the Virginia attorney, who says Kimberlin tried to “frame” him for assault earlier this year.

During the course of the hearing — which reportedly lasted about an hour — Judge C.J. Vaughey appeared to become increasingly hostile toward Walker, who was taken into custody when the hearing concluded.

On Thursday, May 17, Walker published a 28,000-word account of his experience being targeted by Kimberlin, which soon caught the attention of leading figures in online New Media, including University of Tennessee law professor Glenn Reynolds, who writes the popular Instapundit blog, and bestselling author Michelle Malkin, who warned her readers, “Please remember: Kimberlin is a radical, violent, lying, dangerous felon.”

On Friday, conservatives had a blogburst in support of the victims of this evil man.

On Sunday Erick Erickson‘s home came under attack.

More… Via Anonymous – Aaron reportedly violated this peace order:

Update:  Judge Cornelius J. Vaughey retired in 2005, but is presiding over this case.  The Blaze reported that Judge Vaughey fills in when the court docket gets busy and is completely ignorant of the Internet.

Update: SooperMexican has the complete story from the courtroom this morning.  The judge appears to be completely ignorant of the internet.

Update:  Aaron Worthing just Tweeted this message asking for help…

I cant say more until I talk to my lawyer but… i do really need your help right now. And I appreciate your support.

A subsequent Tweet from Aaron Worthing says he’s free, but pleads for donations

Actually I can add that i am free at the moment. But please donate. Hate 2 beg, but please…

You can donate here.

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  • shibumi

    So, the judicial system is now on the side of the criminals.

    This is not a good development.

  • Bill Mitchell

    So the guy who is harassing everyone gets the guy being harassed arrested? I’m sorry but having a serious WTF moment here. Lemme guess? This judge is a screaming far left moonbat liberal?

  • FurryGuy

    So now the judges rule according to what the government wants, not what the actual laws are.

    Hello Banana Republic.

  • alan

    So, the judicial system is now on the side of the criminals.

    The judicial system has always been on the side of the criminals.

  • Libs SUCK

    And so everyone thought this career criminal would just roll over and go away?

  • FurryGuy

    For good or ill, arresting someone who disagrees with this administration is now legal precedent. No longer does there need to be even a figleaf of someone being a suspected terrorist to be snatched and incarcerated without trial.

    This is tyranny of the first water.

  • creeper

    Wait a minute. “Taken into custody”…and charged with what?

  • Gary


    Right on. We’re not even frogs in warm water anymore. We’re cooking!

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  • FurryGuy

    #7 May 29, 2012 at 11:40 am
    creeper commented:

    Wait a minute. “Taken into custody”…and charged with what?

    Being an “Enemy of The State”, DUH!

  • FurryGuy

    No offense intended, Mr. Hoft, but that scan of the “peace order” really needs some brightness/contrast correction.

  • Sparky

    This behavior by the Judiciary was the central issue of Newt Gingrich’s campaign. The judiciary is chock full of Leftist sympathizers and they are bent on making their own laws and being soft on perpetrators.

    I doubt Milquetoast Mittens will have the balls to go after the Judiciary so get used to criminals having their way,

    The US is in such a mess!

  • Redwine

    Remember the recent passage of the unconstitutional – and anti-constitutional – NDAA. We are witnessing the real beginning of the hard tyranny. This should become a major cause for all who cherish the freedoms guaranteed by the Constitution and the Bill of Rights now under severe attack.

  • Blacque Jacques Shellacque

    I’m no lawyer, but that petition looks like a big waste of time.

    Too bad the judge appears not to have had the same thoughts.

  • retire05

    The judge seems to have determined that Walker violated the restraining order by threatening Kimberlim’s personal safety. The large print in the first paragraph makes absolutely no sense since it is not clear what the judge is saying: ” COUNTLESS NUMBER OF BLOGS EITHER THREATENING DEATH.”

    I have read all the blogs concerning Kimberlin, and not ONE of them threatened him with “death.”
    And the judge seems to think that a blogger is responsible for what others might repond on that blog.

    Kimberlin is a known terrorist who caused the death of one man, and who received a judgement againt him for that man’s death, that Kimberlin refused to pay. The violence that the judge seems concerned about is all on Kimberlin’s side. Erick Erickson didn’t vacate his family from his home on a whim. Kimberlin has a history of violence.

    This should concern every conservative blogger in the U.S. When a convicted felon, who should still be sitting in a prison cell instead of paroled, can do this, no conservative voice is safe.

  • Buffalobob

    Just what is a peace order?

  • greenfairie

    They can’t keep this wicked man in jail but they’ll toss a blogger into the pokey for violating a specious order. It’s Kafka-esque.

  • GregInSeattle

    This is serious. This is not rule of law, or using the truth when applying the law. We need to clean up the executives, legislatures and the courts everywhere around the country to firmly re-establish the rule of law.

  • Kip Allen

    What First Amendment?

  • rrpjr

    My God.