The price for freedom is never too high: Terrorist Brett Kimberlin

This post will be the only one for today. Due to being severely limited by severe and chronic pain that has not let up since the first of the year from too many spinal fusions, too many other orthopedic surgeries, I am unable to sit, stand or walk for very long. If posts are scarce this is the ONLY reason.

Today, May 25th is being dedicated to exposing a particularly nasty far left terrorist scum bag, Brett Kimberlin. I was not going to post today due what I mentioned above but after spending the last seven plus hours reading numerous articles, posts I refuse to remain silent about this denizen from the left and convicted terrorist. Too much pain suffered through for me not toss an effort into the fire and burn this terrorist out and down.

He calls himself a progressive activist. He is nothing more than an attack dog for the far left who has made a nefarious living attacking conservative bloggers and it time that those of us who tread on the RIGHT side of things take this socialist traitor and thug out. He is funded by those who call themselves far left progressives who are not much better than this rabid skunk. Take a look at the names you will discover when you follow these links. You will not be surprised and they are nothing more than rich vermin, parasites who hate what America has accomplished and stands for.

Do not, I repeat do not let this fact be lost on anyone of us: With the ascendancy and election of obama, the first muslim illegal alien to ever stain, pervert the most powerful (used to be, maybe not now with him and his ilk still there) office in the world, the atmosphere of leniency, tolerance and encouragement of people like Kimberlin, the NBP and you get the picture. From obama and eric holder refusing to arrest, try and convict the NBP after they intimidated WHITE voters in Philadelphia, the praising of one travon martin (if I had a son he would have been like travon) to free for fall attacks on conservatives who blog, write, comment, have radio shows, are on television, has been facilitated by what obama has ushered in. He has triggered a response that perhaps those on the far left did not expect from CONSERVATIVE AMERICANS.

The assaults from the far left will not stop until we, lovers of the Constitution, freedom of speech, keepers of the 2nd amendment, those who are willing to sacrifice all for true freedom, speak up and out in numbers. The age of the mullah in the White House, the first muslim illegal alien potus, the one who is a true racist and has ignited class warfare across our country has been fueling this fire since long before he became potus.

This is a call to arms and to defend our freedom that is taken for granted by far too many people.

The price for freedom is never too high.

"After barely serving one third of his sentence, the terrorist Brett Kimberlin was released from prison and made a name for himself as a “progressive activist” who has enjoyed the public embrace and heavy funding from deep pocketed leftists such as George Soros, prominent Democrats such as Teresa Heinz Kerry (wife of Democratic Presidential candidate Massachusetts Senator John Kerry), and liberal celebrities such as Barbara Streisand. Again, via Breitbart:
And of course, what must the citizens of Indianapolis think about Kimberlin’s recent success, all of the money his organizations have been awarded by donors who seemingly embrace a convicted criminal who caused their community such devastation and heartache? What must DeLong’s family think? In 2007, when Time Magazine featured Kimberlin in its “Wizard of Odd Story,” noted Indianpolis Star reporter Joe Gelarden, who closely covered all of the Kimberlin cases in great detail at the time, had something to say about the public’s embrace of Kimberlin:
Brett Kimberlin is a terrorist. While I firmly believe in the doctrine of redemption and conversion, I remember a few things about Brett that give me great pause.
First, he was convicted of perjury – in federal court – before he got out of high school.
Think about that for a moment.
Second, he was not convicted of smoking a couple of joints when he was in high school. He was a major drug dealer who officials believe got into terrorism to throw officials off the trail of a murder.
Third, he planted a series of bombs in Speedway, Indiana that not only endangered a lot of lives, but, when a guy bent over to pick up a gym bag in a school parking lot – Carl DeLong just wanted to turn in the bag to the school because he thought it contained a pair of $50 sneakers – it exploded.
The blast shattered DeLong’s body and that of his lovely wife Sandra. These assertions are not just words on some blog, they are in the record of the state and federal courts." 
From Zilla of theResistance.


Violent Convicted Terrorist Bomber Given Million$ by Progressives Now Terrorizes Bloggers  

By Zilla

In 1978, an Indianapolis town was terrorized by a series of bombings, including one at the local high school there. The Speedway Bomber, Brett Kimberlin, had a long criminal history even before becoming a domestic terrorist and was suspected to have been involved in the murder of a woman who had objected to his inappropriate relationship with her pre-teen granddaughter. Extensive coverage of Kimberlin’s crimes and his eventual trial was provided by The Indianapolis Star; here is a brief summary of some of those events, via Breitbart:

Brett Kimberlin, Speedway Bomber
Infamously known as “The Speedway Bomber,” Brett Kimberlin exploded his eighth and final bomb on September 6, 1978, which nearly blew off the right leg of his victim, Carl DeLong, and seriously injured the man’s left leg and right hand, causing his leg to be amputated. DeLong committed suicide two years later, unable to cope with the pain and devastation of his injuries. The victim’s wife Sandra later won a civil judgment against Kimberlin for $1.6 million.

Police had immediately suspected Kimberlin in the bombing case. He’d been in trouble since high school, was a suspected drug trafficker and he was already the suspect in a murder that had occurred only months earlier. As the Indianapolis Star recounted recently:
On July 29, 1978, Speedway resident Julia Scyphers, 65, answered a knock at her door. A man she didn’t know was standing on her stoop asking about items she’d recently tried to sell at a yard sale. She let him into the garage to look at the items and he shot her in the head.
Mrs. Scypher’s husband, Fred, 68, heard the bang and came out in time to see a car pulling out of the driveway. He would later tell police he’d gotten a glimpse of the man who’d come to the door.
When police began looking for a motive in the Scyphers slaying, they found there’d been a recent family clash. Julia Scyphers’ daughter, Sandra Barton, had become involved with a man who seemed to Mrs. Scyphers to be inordinately close to one of Barton’s young daughters. Mrs. Scyphers told friends she was so concerned that she’d arranged for both of her granddaughters to come live with her. Whether or not Mrs. Scyphers’ fears were correct (no charges were ever filed to that effect), this incident led investigators to start looking at Brett C. Kimberlin.
Investigators had learned that Sandra Barton’s pre-teen daughter had accompanied Kimberlin, in his 20′s, on several out of state trips. When the girl moved in with her grandmother as a protective measure on the family’s part, Kimberlin threatened to commit suicide.

But police still needed to collect more evidence in both the bombing and murder cases. After he was identified by a store-owner who’d unwittingly sold him the timer for one of the bombs, Kimberlin was subsequently reported to the U.S. Army by a nearby print shop owner who had become suspicious when Kimberlin wanted to reproduce military driver’s licenses. And when he returned to that print shop wearing a security guard uniform with an illegal Department of Defense insignia, an Army investigator was present to bust him for violating the law. Police used the opportunity to obtain a warrant to search Kimberlin’s vehicle, where they found the same timers and explosive chemical used in the bombs. A search of his family’s property also turned up a buried steel tank that contained 1,000 lbs of marijuana. Investigators later found that Kimberlin and some construction workers had purchased explosives in 1975 to blast away the area so they could bury the tank. Those explosives were the same as those used in the Speedway bombings.

While police continued to strengthen their case against him for the bombings, Kimberlin got arrested on drug charges in 1979 in Texas after a plane delivery of 10,000 pounds of Colombian marijuana went awry. He and several others had been building a makeshift landing strip in the middle of the desert and rented a small airplane to collect their cargo, which had been abandoned by its scheduled pilot due to bad weather. When caught during the drug arrest, police confiscated an arsenal of weapons that included a TASAR (brand new technology at that time), pistols with silencers, AR15 rifles, poison tipped bullets, and makeshift security guard uniforms. The incident gave investigators additional time to piece together more evidence from the bombing case, as well as the details of the murder case in which Kimberlin was a suspect. Eventually, in three separate trials, Kimberlin was convicted of the bombings and sentenced to a fifty-year term of imprisonment for manufacturing and possessing a destructive device, and malicious damage by explosives with personal injury. He received a concurrent twelve-year sentence for impersonating a federal officer, illegal use of a Department of Defense insignia, and illegal use of the Presidential Seal, and a five-year term for receipt of explosives by a convicted felon. He was also given a four-year sentence by the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas on an earlier, unrelated conviction for conspiracy to distribute marijuana. Kimberlin’s sentences were aggregated by the Bureau of Prisons and treated by the Commission as a single aggregate sentence of 51 years, six months, and nineteen days. The Scyphers murder case however has remained open. One suspect was identified and charged at the time, but the victim’s husband, the only witness in the case, died of cancer two weeks later, leaving the authorities without a living witness. Despite the evidence authorities were gathering, Kimberlin never would be formally charged with the murder. Still, he did serve nearly 17 years in prison for both the bombings and the drug case. After the conviction, more details were revealed about the case that unraveled a complex and creepy series of additional crimes that Kimberlin planned against numerous targets, most notably the chief government prosecutor, Bernard (Buddy) Pylitt, who happened to have political ambitions for governor. Indianapolis Star reporter Joseph Gelarden thoroughly documented the entire plot based on information and documents that were provided by the investigators after Kimberlin’s conviction. It reads like a fictional made for TV movie, complete with a hit list of “six to be killed, two or three to be roughed up and one or two to be robbed,” according to the article. 

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Nick said...

I have to say, I was feeling a bit sorry for myself until I read your post; after a couple of weeks of pain & discomfort I had to admit defeat & go across to the health centre this am where I was diagnosed with inflamed testicle tubes!

I got a couple of scripts for a big old antibiotic & some anti-inflammatories the size of a small car. Hopefully that'll settle things down.

Of course the good thing about living in the frozen north is that I go across to the health centre first thing & get an appointment for 90 minutes later. Two prescriptions from the GP in this case - both filled at the local chemist for free (you don't pay for your prescriptions here any more - free meds all day long.)

So things could be worse, as I was reminded when I read your post. I'm sorry to hear you're struggling with your pain meds etc.; I'm sure you'd think my little problem would be nothing at all in comparison; & if I could do it, I'd swap round over the weekend, just to give you some respite.

I know that the difficulty is not just the pain but the fact that you can't get past it, or find a way to get relief from it. Although it's a physical problem, you need to be mentally tough to deal with it. I know you are though.

If you don't mind, I'll say a little prayer tonight when I'm at my work. One way or another, maybe there'll be a few people feeling a little better than they were by the end of my shift - hopfully myself included (he says, waiting for the meds to kick in ..)

PatriotUSA said...


I will take prayers any time of day or night and my faith and convictions are all that get me through very long day and nights in constant pain. The only relief I can get is with high doses of narcotics and they never give me enough to do this. A heroin addict can get free methadone one or twice if not more times a day yet chronic severe pain is horribly under treated as you so well know from your line of work.

Here the gov't is waging a war on doctors who even prescribe such meds, even carefully like mine do. What people do not understand it is NOT an addiction thing or getting a buzz from the pain meds. It is about being able to live some semblance of a quality life.

Mentally tough?? In spades and buckets and sometimes I wish I were not so stubborn. But that and family is what keeps me going.

Feel free to pray for me anytime, please!

As to your condition, ouch and hopefully the meds will start to work soon. Sounds like a touchy warm storm south of the border.
Not sure I would trade you but appreciate the thought immensely!