On May 25, bloggers and commentators of every size got together to report on Brett Kimberlin, the Soros-funded Indiana Speedway Bomber and alleged child molester, convicted perjurer, and forger, whose new job is seemingly to terrorize bloggers into silence.
The Blaze reported:
The victims — Patrick Frey who blogs under the moniker, “Patterico,” and Aaron Walker, whose blog is titled, “Allergic to Bull,” along with several others – have been subject to death threats (veiled and not veiled), blackmail, extortion, numerous frivolous lawsuits, cyber-attacks of email and social networking accounts, and become the target of smear campaigns that have ultimately led to at least one couple losing their jobs.
In Frey’s instance, a SWAT team even descended on his house after a disingenuous call was placed to law enforcement making it sound as though Frey had confessed to murdering his wife. While the real caller has yet to be identified, Frey, who serves as the deputy district attorney for Los Angeles County, strongly suspects it was placed by Kimberlin-proxy Ron Brynaert.
Both men fear for the safety of themselves and their families and with just cause, considering some who have crossed Kimberlin before have turned up dead. It is also important to note that both men are respected attorneys and members of their community — hardly the type who would sensationalize a story to stir up controversy.
And now, following widespread attention on "Brett Kimberlin Day," it is possible that the domestic terrorist, his confederates, or even a copy-cat are again taking action.
Erick Erickson, CNN political contributor and editor-in-chief of Red State, was one of many to openly participate in Brett Kimberlin Day.
In a move that fits the pattern of previous suspected attacks by Brett Kimberlin, Erickson is claiming that the police arrived at his house on Sunday following a call that someone had been shot at his address.
"Sheriff is at my house. Someone spoofed my phone number and said someone had been shot at my house," Erickson wrote on Twitter.
He continued: "We're ok. After I started writing about #BrettKimberlin I informed the local sheriff's office to expect this to happen," and, "More importantly, I have an unlisted phone number someone was able to [track] down."
"All I can tell you is the sheriff's deputy said someone called from my number and address claiming someone had been shot," he responded to those requesting more information.
Erickson explained in an article on Red State:
Tonight, my family was sitting around the kitchen table eating dinner when sheriffs deputies pulled up in the driveway.
Someone called 911 from my address claiming there had been an accidental shooting.
It wasn’t nearly the trauma that Patterico suffered, but I guess the Erickson household is on somebody’s radar.
Luckily it was two sheriffs deputies who knew me and I had already, last week, advised the Sheriff’s Department to be on the look out for something like this.
This is a breaking story. Updates will be added.