Aaron Walker prevails over Brett Kimberlin!

As a follow-up to Aaron Walker’s appeal of the Brett Kimberlin peace order against Walker, the judge in the case has dismissed the peace order for lack of evidence.

The key part of the court order read:

This petition (Kimberlin’s peace order) is denied because: There is no statutory basis for relief.


You can read Aaron’s entire post about the hearing at his Allergic to Bull blog.

This is great news!

Aaron Walker got SWATted last night!

I take one night off to tend to things unrelated to an online presence and a significant event takes place. I’ve written about Aaron Walker and his willingness to fight back against the “lawfare” being waged against him by convicted Speedway bomber Brett Kimberlin.

Well, at approximated 5:44pm ET yesterday, Aaron Walker became the latest victim to the criminal act known as “SWATting”.

According to Aaron, posting at his Allergic to Bull blog:

I was writing when there was a knock at the door. A second knock came and it was very insistent. I went to the door and looked through the peep hole and there was nothing. I said something like, “hello?” and someone firmly said, “open the door!”

I opened up to find two cops hugging the front of the house. They had M4’s as I recognized from video games (see?! They are good for something!) and they later confirmed. They were not pointed at my face like it had been with Patrick. They were pointed at the ground.

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Brett Kimberlin update: Walker fights back!

Knowing that Aaron Walker had been able to obtain legal representation, I’ve been waiting for this day to come. Walker’s attorney, Reginald Bours, has been retained to fight back against Kimberlin’s bogus peace order which effectively curtailed Walker’s free speech rights.

Stacy McCain has been all over this story and provides the current details HERE. Scroll down through the post for updates. I would recommend you get up to speed if you aren’t already.

The Kimberlin story is also tied to the SWATting story, which has gained much more traction. Governor Sarah Palin even weighed in on the SWATting story during a recent speech in Las Vegas at the RightOnline conference.

BREAKING NEWS: via The Other McCain, Motion Filed Seeking Federal Injunction on Behalf of Blogger.