Not that Brett Kimberlin thought that evidence against a sitting president — a billionaire — could be bought for $9,000.
Not that his one chance for relevance to Democratic operatives just got destroyed by documents with the wrong dates and misspelled names.
No. The best part of this is in the headline.
After all he’d done to change the narrative. To make himself a new story. To sue people who write the truth about him.
After all that, he’s a “convicted domestic terrorist.” Hey. Don’t take my word. Ask the Canada Free Press.
Kimberlin earned the nickname “Speedway Bomber” by setting a string of bombs in Speedway, Indiana in 1978. Though nobody died from the blasts, one Vietnam veteran had his leg amputated due to injuries suffered during one bombing. Carl DeLong, the victim, committed suicide in 1983.
Kimberlin was deemed to be civilly responsible for Delong’s death by suicide and he was ordered to pay a large sum to DeLong’s widow. He has not. — Dave
Kimberlin, who is in his early 60s, served 17 years in prison for the bombing spree. He gained more notoriety in prison after he concocted a story about having once sold marijuana to then-Vice President Dan Quayle. The story was propagated by Cody Shearer, a political operative who worked for the Clintons in the 1990s. After being released from prison, Kimberlin has battled conservative activists who have drawn attention to his newfound career as a left-wing operative.
Buzzfeed didn’t want to look up his actual age, so I did: