IN THE DISTRICT COURT FOR MONTGOMERY COUNTY, MARYLAND

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BRETT KIMBERLIN, Plaintiff,
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Case No. 0601SP019792012

AARON JUSTIN WALKER, Defendant, ------------------------------x

HEARING

Rockville, Maryland

May 29, 2012

DEPOSITION SERVICES, INC., 12321 Middlebrook Road, Suite 210 Germantown, Maryland 20874 (301) 881-3344

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IN THE DISTRICT COURT FOR MONTGOMERY COUNTY, MARYLAND

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BRETT KIMBERLIN, Plaintiff,

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AARON JUSTIN WALKER, Defendant.

Case No. 0601SP019792012

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Rockville, Maryland May 29, 2012

WHEREUPON, the proceedings in the above-entitled matter commenced BEFORE: THE HONORABLE CORNELIUS J. VAUGHEY, JUDGE

APPEARANCES: FOR THE PETITIONER: BRETT KIMBERLIN, Pro Se

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Bethesda, Maryland FOR THE RESPONDENT:

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AARON JUSTIN WALKER, Esq., Pro Se (No address provided.)

DEPOSITION SERVICES, INC.

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WITNESSES For the Petitioner: Br'ett Kimberlin For the Respondent: Aaron Justin Walker

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PRO C E E DIN G 8 THE COURT: Case No 01979, and it's Br'ett Kimberlin

versus Aaron Justin Walker. MR. WALKER: Your' Honor, before we begin, I have a

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disposi tive motion I'd like to present, a motion to dismiss, and it's a memorandum of law and the facts-THE COURT: MR . WALKER: MR. KIMBERLIN: THE COURT: Certainly . so far in this case. I object . It's a motion to dismiss. That comes first.

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I'll take it.

I've got to listen to, hear what he says. Go ahead, s i r MR. WALKER: very long. Don't worry..

The main motion is not I only

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It's just the exhibits are pr'etty heavy .

sign this for your benefit, Your Honor.. This is the actual motion to dismiss. including some on disk, even includes

I have signed it . These are the exhibits,

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alleged

I've made video threats, and therefore,

I had to provide the

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videos to show that they were not threats . THE COURT: MR. WALKER:
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The motion is to dismiss this case.

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Kimberlin has, he has petitioned for a peace order, contains numerous flaws in it.. claim -THE COURT: That's a fact I don't want to hear The one thing he continually tries to

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that MR WALKER: No, if you look, it's on, it I s clear' on

the face of it that it is, that he is making assertions that it is harassment to speak badly about him on the Internet, (Unintelligible) that is har'assment, In Galloway v. State,

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they made it absolutely clear that pure expression, unless it is a threat, unless it is somehow directed contact, such as an

e-mail.aletter.oraphonecall.anyofthosethings.itis just pure expression, THE COURT: until I hear from him? MR face, WALKER: Well, I think it's pretty obvious on the it's not harassment" How do I know it's not pure expression

If we have to go through a trial, we can, but I believe

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it is obvious on the face, THE COURT: We'll proceed to trial MR" WALKER: Okay" All right, sir, Thank you, Your Honor, I' m going to deny your mot.ion, counsel,

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THE COURT: MR"

KIMBERLIN:

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All those who are going to testify, raise Other right hand There you go,

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your right hands, please,

BRETT KIMBERLIN the petitioner, having been fir'St duly sworn, was examined and testified as follows: DIRECT EXAMINATION

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He's the man that's been stalking me for' a long time, Where does he live? In Manassas, Virginia. His name is -- okay" What's your, how do you know

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He started to attacking me on the Internet, and he

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showed up in a court case that I had in front of the Circuit Court, and -Q

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all of a sudden

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Never " - - this started happening? Yes, Okay, So you never met., and then you met him when? He

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He, I met him for the first time on January 9th,

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What year? This year" Okay, And he showed up where? Judge Rupp,

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He showed up in Judge Rupp's courtroom

he interrupted the court proceedings --

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MR.. WALKER: THE WITNESS: BY THE COURT:
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Your Honor -(unintelligible)

What kind of a hearing was this? It was a contempt hear·ing on a -MR . WALKER: Your Honor, we could get this along a

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lot faster if we confined his testimony, this discussion of what supposed harassment I've committed to the last 30 days before he filed his petition. THE COURT: MR . WALKER: THE COURT: Okay.. -- so -- overrule you now, because I'm just He filed this on May 19th -Yes, but I'm going to --

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trying to get some background MR. WALKER: THE COURT: MR . WALKER: THE COURT: THE WITNESS: BY THE COURT:
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Yes . - - so I understand what's going on here . All right, Your Honor Okay So he was --

It was a contempt? Yeah, but -You were being, you were the defendant? No, I was the plaintiff in the case, and All right.. So contempt -- just a second .

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Initially, I had tried to determine his identity

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because he -Q

And it was, who were you trying to hold in contempt? There was a man! this man's a lawyer - I won't hold that against him. I know. Okay. Go ahead .

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And he was advising, without filing an appear·ance, a

man that I was, had been stalking me, and the Judge Jordan had issued a judgment against this man for -Q

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So he was a - - all right, I got you.. All right.. So Okay .

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Now, tell me what's happened in the last 30 days. Okay. Well, I just want to get to one little part of He followed me out of the courtroom

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that January 9th hearing..

and he assaulted me right there -MR. WALKER: THE COURT: that. THE WITNESS: BY THE COURT:
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I understand

I understand.

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I want to know what happened in the last 30 days . The only thing, it's relevant is because No, wait a second. I just said in the last 30 days .

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Yes .

In the last 30 days

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Don't change what I ask you, sir. In the last 30 days Okay Go ahead, give me the last 30 days .

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In the last Give me the date In the last 30 days, after April 28th or 27th - April 28th, what happened?
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he wrote a blog post that said that I framed him

for this alleged assault.
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Framed? That I framed him for this assault, and that I -Framed for, and --- forged the documents fr·om Suburban Hospital, and

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that I photo- shopped the pictures of my black eye, and I -Q

Wait, wait, wait

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You have a copy of

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that there?
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records? MR . WALKER: Okay, Your Honor.. That is records that

comes from before 30 days.. assault, and BY THE COURT:
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He's trying to prove the supposed

Oh, this is, now, wait a second, this is Well, I'm just saying, he said that I fr·amed him for

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MR . WALKER: (unintelligible) THE COURT: MR . WALKER: THE COURT: THE WITNESS: MR . WALKER: THE WITNESS:

Yes

I would like to object

Hang on, sport . Yes, sir. Sit down . Okay . Yes, sir.

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We had a case in front of Judge Eric Judge Johnson said, That occurred.. "An assault

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Johnson in the Circuit Court.. did occur. you . " Judge BY THE COURT:
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He assaulted you..

He assaulted

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I tell you what we do..

You just tell me what

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Let's see what he raises . Okay . And I ' l l come back to you . Okay . Otherwise, you'll bring in the moon -Okay . -- and you'll bring in the Right . Okay. I'm just -You see? And I don't

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-- the Battle of Thessalonica.

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narrow the issues down.
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Okay. Because you guys seem like you're going throw kumquat
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don't, I'm too old, I'm going on my 34th year on the bench, so I can handle this .
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Okay . Okay? So just give me the facts, and I'll cut right

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So he said that I framed him

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Frame job, okay . I framed -On an assault charge? On an assaul t charge.. And he went on the Internet,

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14,000 contacts he made with this? 14,000 MR.. WALKER: THE WITNESS: Your Honor, no -14,000, I mean, they go on and on and

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No, I don't, I can't follow you, okay? He framed -I'm back in the Royal typewriter age, okay? Okay . I'm sorry.

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Now, wai t a minute, wait a minute, wai t .

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Your Honor', not wi thin the last 30 days . Hang on. I'll--

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I'd say, this is 54 pages of Tweets by

And that's all I care about . Okay. These are all --

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No, this is all -then you're going to -within the last have to prove a relationship there.. This is all within the last 30 days. There's how many -This is last, this is last week on a single day . Okay? That, and most of What --

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This is M:r. Walker's Twit.ter account. them are
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How do you get this? How do I get it? I'm the director of several non-

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We work with, on Human Rights issues and And so it's part of my job

government accountability issues.. to wor'k on the Internet. networking job

I mean, it's basically a social

And so I get Google alerts all the time

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And you can just go ahead into what he does? Excuse me? You can go into his private -No, this is Twitter, this is public . Oh, it's public stuff? Yes.. Okay.. He's So okay He's Tweeting this about me . So he did 54 pages, and how many on a page roughly? Well, this is 54 pages of his, and then this was just This is all public . All right .

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No, I just want to know how many on a page? Oh, it's probably 10 . Six or eight? Probably at least 10. 10, so okay, all right, that's 500 and MR . WALKER:
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BY THE COURT: All right. So it's 54, 540 Tweets?

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frame me for a crime and how you can help."

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Don't they have jobs? So, I know, really.

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What the heck's going on out there in this world? So not, so on last week, he got all these bloggers

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allover the country to create "Let's blog about Brett Kimberlin day," over 350 blogs blogged that I framed him.. And

that led to a number of, probably scores of death threats to me. They threatened my daughter, who's a preteen; my mother,

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they had called on the phone and threatened SWAT teams . MR. WALKER: Your Honor, I would 1 ike to obj ect her·e

He is characterizing the statements of third par·ties who -THE COURT: MR WALKER: You got any clients? At the moment, sir, I have been

unemployed because of THE COURT: MR . WALKER: THE COURT: THE WITNESS: THE COURT: crazy . THE WITNESS: into the record, please? BY THE COURT:
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Yes, I'm going to say that --- Mr.. Kimberlin's conduct . -- reading something like -And can I --- that's going to sound like that's

Can I read some of the death threats

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And if they come from him? Yeah, well, the first one says MR . WALKER: THE WITNESS: BY THE COURT: One fr·om who? "Message from Aaron" MR WALKER: Message from Aaron? Yes, "Message from Aaron . " No . - - "Message from Aaron. "

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Now, wait, wait one second . Okay.. And then --

Hang on, hang on, hang on

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I'm just, I got this as a death threat, yeah, on my

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How do you know it's Aaron Walker? On my e-mail .

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could have been anybody
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to that characterization. No, hang on a second . I would like him to show where I told

anyone to attack his funders.

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THE COURT: THE WITNESS: THE COURT: MR. WALKER: THE COURT: MR . WALKER:

Hey, sport. Okay . It's right here .

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Sport, where'd you go to law school? Yale Law School . What'd they tell you about the judge? Well, not to upset him if that's what

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you're trying to get at . THE COURT: And no, I'm not saying, I said, you don't

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interrupt when I'm running something. MR . WALKER: THE COURT: MR . WALKER: THE COURT: My apologies, sir. So just have yourself a seat, sir . All right, sir. Because if you keep it up, I got a spot

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for you in the courthouse . MR WALKER: All right . "Don't show up in court Tuesday or "This is your only

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THE WITNESS: you're dead . " warning" MR WALKER:

This is Tuesday, obviously.

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Well, who wrote that? No, wait a, hang on, you, calm down, son. Well, but WelL hang on. Yes. Just hang on. Grab a pencil or so there,

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see, and squeeze it for a while .

It'll make you feel better'.

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talk, squeeze the pen. pretty soon. THE WITNESS:

My father will have to sit next to you

Judge, you know, on the temporary peace

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I've read the file Okay.. No threats . "We know who you are, we' r'e He had said many times on

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coming for you, and you will pay" his blogs,

"Make Brett Kimberlin pay for framing me . " MR.. WALKER: THE WITNESS: Your Honor, I obj ect again. "Brett Kimberlin is done.. The hunter

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quit calling the police" - - I had to call the police last night, on a 911 call because I had some nut - BY THE COURT:
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out in front of my house .

Anything further? Huh? Anything further? Yes . I'm reading these
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ahead . MR WALKER: All right, Your' Honor CROSS-EXAMINATION BY MR.. WALKER:
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Mr., Kimberlin, are you an honest person? I'll sustain that objection,

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BY MR" WALKER: convicted of perjury, sir? THE COURT: proof? MR" WALKER: Honor THE COURT: MR WALKER: He's convicted of it? Convicted, Perjury? Convicted of perjury Convicted of perjury? Absolutely, sir Go ahead and ask it Judge, I was convicted when I was 18 or I can show you the court cases, Your' I'll sustain that" Go ahead., You got

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19 years old in a grand jury in -THE COURT: Grand juries don't convict,

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here -- it is roughly 40, yes" question"

Have you ever been convicted of set.t.ing a series of Indiana? I,

bombs in Speedway,
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I don't know that . You don't know if you were known -No . -- as the Speedway Bomber? You did not know that

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you, you've never read this before in your· life?
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I've read a lot of things in my life. Well, if you had a case called Kimberlin v. White,

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No . You did not read Kimberlin v. White? This is a

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decision involving your self, and you're claiming you did not read this case?
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Judge, that's fr·om --- where it describes him as the

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And all this occurred at how old, sir? Excuse me? How old were you when this occurr·ed? 20-something. Go ahead, sir . And I did my time, and I got out, and

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I'm no longer subject to any of the conditions of that case. It's been resolved. BY MR. WALKER:
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When were you released? More than a decade ago. THE COURT: Okay. And that was in Texas? Texas?

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in addition, an order r·ecently in 34 years ago, isn't that the case?

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sir, you had your parole revoked,
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judgment against you involving the death, the suicide death of Carl DeLong,
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But it wasn't nullified THE COURT: Well, I don't know what that --

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in 1998, when the Parole Commission revoked your is that correct?

parole,

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The judge in that case solicited a bribe from my

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years, and -THE COURT: THE WITNESS: THE COURT: THE WITNESS: case That case -THE COURT: THE WITNESS: But what did that do in your case? Well, that case has been resolved, and Well, that's very good Yeah., I think that's wonderful" So that, that's what happened in that

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that case is no longer, I have a THE COURT: THE WITNESS: THE COURT: conviction? THE WITNESS: "satisfied" It was considered, quote, considered Resolved, I have How did it terminate? With a reversal of How

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I guess that's what they call it, I've never heard of that in a criminal

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That doesn't mean that the facts, the

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I don't know what they found Well, they made it a condition of your parole that

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filing claims and liens to protect his money and property fr'om being available to satisfy the victim's judgment . " result, And as a

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they took you into custody at the end of that hearing, sir?

didn't they,
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Go to some others .

THE COURT: his credibility. MR. WALKER: THE COURT: MR . WALKER:

Some other incidences that would attack

Okay, Your Honor

That's okay .

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And just out of curiosity here, no,

just, this was

also because what happened at the last bombing that you committed and you were convicted of, a man named Carl DeLong found a gym bag unattended --

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I read it. Judge, I object .
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Okay.

You state that I have stalked you,

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Absolutely . When is the last time I've been in your' presence?

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So how on earth could I have stalked you?

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wants to destroy my non-profits, he wants to destroy my work with senators and congressmen.. He has people calling the State

Department right now, all weekend long, because I had a group of Muslims come over from the Middle East to study social networking at my non-profit last week And we posted this on

our site, you know, as a nice thing that we do, and he's out there threatening the State Department.. BY MR.. WALKER: Q The Department THE COURT: Okay.. Well-He's telling people

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wait, and let's not get into this tit for tat, okay. MR WALKER: No. Ask him another question Well, he did not answer the question I

THE COURT: MR . WALKER: asked .

BY MR. WALKER: How on earth did I stalk you within the last 30 days? Because you've got, you've ginned up thousands Did I follow you in any public place? You have ginned up thousands of people to come to my

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to send me death threats, to call me and my mother on the phone-BY MR. WALKER:
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All right..

why do I think he's doing it?

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"Everyone Draw Muhammad." THE COURT: THE WITNESS: What? He's a publisher of a blog called,

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There is --

Everyone Draws Muhammad? There are 800 depictions of the Prophet

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rights and supporting Muslim artists and activists overseas, I thought that this was wrong, The State Department has said The Government of Pakistan

that it's wrong for him to do this, has banned his blog,

Osama Bin Laden used his blog to recruit I felt this was wrong, And

suicide bombers to kill Americans,

so I filed a motion in this case, in front of Judge Jordan, on this contempt THE COURT: THE WITNESS: THE COURT: THE WITNESS: help Muslims
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-- and try to work with Muslims -All right.,
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I would like to show him the

statute on stalking, and I'd like him to explain how exactly THE COURT: MR WALKER: No, you don't have to show it to him, Okay" I'm the authority" Huh? Well, I'd like I'll make the

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All right, There we go, Okay"

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didn't Judge Johnson instruct you specifically that he could not stop me or anybody else from discussing accurately your long and deplorable criminal record? you? A That's not what you're doing. You are harassing me, Did he not say that to

you are trying to destroy me
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you death threats?
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when you say that I've falsified records from Suburban Hospital, that I forged these documents from Suburban Hospital, and photo-shopped pictures of me with a black eye, and you're ginning up people to come after me.. works You know how the Internet A new

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guy whistles at the Black girl and gets a lynch mob after him. That's what you're doing . me, and harm my family, funders, You're creating a lynch mob to harm

and to harm my business, and to harm my

and to harm the State Depar·tment, and everybody that I

work with .
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saying anything bad about you on the Internet, including t:ruthfully discussing your criminal :r'eco:rd, is the:refore inciting people to imminent lawless behavio:r, is that correct?
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threats and calls to my mothe:r and my daughte:r, and my, and they're friending my daughte:r on Facebook, and trying to th:reaten he:r on Facebook,
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you sta:rted "Everybody Blog Brett Kimbe:rlin Day,,"
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How do you know I sta:rted this?

This is what's going on, Judge, It's obsessive,

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won't stop,

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I have a right

to be a father,
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Excuse me,

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With what words did I ask anybody to start an

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Brett Kimberlin tried to frame me for a cr·ime and how you can help . " BY MR.. WALKER:
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I'd like you to answer the question . THE WITNESS: "How you can help . " You know what he "Okay, go out and

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He says,

"How you can help," he says, and

contact all his funders, BY MR
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Would you show the -THE WITNESS: BY MR WALKER: and --

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Court where I said that? THE WITNESS: and contact, he's talking in here You know, that's a veiled

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about,

"I purchased a handgun . "

threat against me..

And all these, he's got these guys that are I'll read

reading his blog, they're all talking about this, them to you just for the, THE COURT: MR.. WALKER: THE WITNESS: just so you

You don't have to . Yes, that would be nice.

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Well, excuse me a second,

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"Arm yourself and your family and nail the bastard to

the wall,,"
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By saying bad things about you on the Internet, is

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No, but I What do you want to tell me? Well, I - AARON JUSTIN WALKER

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testified as follows: DIRECT EXAMINATION BY THE COURT:
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Come on,

Tell me what you --

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Isn't that more than 30 days ago? Well, I understand, Your Honor, but I -And haven't you been the one but we're asking who's screaming about the 30 days? We're asking who's So let's stay within the 30 days. I understand what you asked me, Who started this,

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truthful information based on my own eyewitness testimony, based on numerous primary documents, demonstrated that Mr" Kimberlin has attempted to frame me for a cr'ime, Kimberlin
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make enough of a pr'esentation to justify even requiring defense" MR, KIMBERLIN: THE COURT: THE WITNESS: show you BY THE COURT:
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videotaped evidence emerged
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-- can't even get to the point. Were you convicted? I apologize, Your Honor.

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Nolle prossed, that's an action of the State, Okay.,

not by you and not by him, that's a State action That's all I want to know
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what this man did to me, but it's all I've done

Your' Honor, I know Your Honor, that when you tell, say to the world, "Someone has done something evil," that you do obviously It's

have a risk of things like violence and things like that., inescapable, But I have never incited violence.,

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And even if they joke about it,

funny if he went to prison and got raped," I would say, is not cool, that. On top of that, I'm not cool with that."

I was always clear with

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primary documents on my website.

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You've changed it again .

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Twitter is something where you talk to the world, not to Brett Kimberlin . Brett Kimberlin believes that if you speak anywhere it is equivalent to putting a letter in his

on the Internet, mailbox.

And he is trying to use, he's trying to equate it to that, or in

Galloway, in Galloway v. State, saying Your· Honor,

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that case, that guy sent 122 letters to the add:ress of a woman he kidnaped and stalked previously, And Mr, Kimberlin is

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trying to say it's equivalent to sending him a letter" He created Google alerts, as he just admitted, bring this stuff into his, Google, in the e-mail inbox, to

He has asked

"Please tell me when anyone in the wo:r'ld does this," He could ask one of them to look at it, He

He has employees.,

doesn't even look at it,

He chooses to b:ring this in and then And this matte:r has become an

pretends I'm intruding on him, issue of national debate, Hono:r., MR., KIMBERLIN: THE COURT: THE WITNESS:

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Judge, may I respond? He's--

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appea:red in the Washington Examine:r, and this is about Brett Kimberl in and his conduct towa:rd me" MR ., KIMBERL IN : THE COURT: THE WITNESS: That -I believe he --

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I don't know (unintelligible) -- :refers to me as, under the pen name, And he says at one point --

Aa:ron Worthing (phonetic sp ) let's see here -- he says,

"But far more serious is a tactic
He's talking about the tactics "An activist and founder of the

adopted by B:r'ett Kimbe:r'lin" used to supp:ress free speech"

group Velvet Revolution, who was convicted in 1981 of exploding eight bombs --

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I object -- in 1978 in Speedway, Indiana . " "Nowadays, Kimberlin targets

And he goes on, conservative bloggers,

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like Aaron Worthing" -- that's my pen

name -- "and Robert Stacy McCain in Maryland, and Patrick Frey of Patterincas Pontifications.. Why? For publishing facts Kimberlin harasses

about Brett Kimberlin's criminal record..

his targets by, among other things, filing false charges in courts that require expensive, time-consuming litigation, disrupting his targets' workplaces, dropping dark hints about spouses and kids." This is the kind of thing, this is part of the national debate that's going on right now about Mr . Kimberlin's conduct, because I came forward and told my story, and I told it peacefully I didn't ask anybody to do him any harm. I have done no such He

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the news site known as The Blaze, and it talks again about it
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Tell me why you spotlighted his

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I'm not saying whether it was or· it didn't happen,

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the point -- so now, you go into somebody's past and you dig up whatever you can against them.
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Well, you've mentioned this bombing so many times. You know, I'm over 21 years old, not much, but I What do you think I am?

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remember all this stuff..
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I'm an attor·ney..

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I'm dedicated to free speech.

to all those concepts, literally and figuratively..

asked for people to write to the State's Attorney's Office and

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ask for charges to be reinstated against Mr

Kimerlin.

This is

petitioning by government for a r'edress of gr'ievances
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There wasn't charges against him, he had the charges You were the defendant .

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against you.. A

I put charges against him for multiple counts of

perjury, false statements to the police, et cetera
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And they have not been prosecuted by -They have not, they have nolle prossed that, Your

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-- by Mr. McCarthy and company. Yeah. And I've asked for them to do that, I've asked

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for people to donate to a defense fund as I deal with Mr . Kimberlin's numerous frivolous lawsuits. Yet, Mr . Kimberlin

has said that, "I have filed 100 lawsuits, and it'd be no sweat to file one more . "
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He said that to my friend, Patrick Frey .

Hey, well, how's this going to end? I don't Help me along. Well How do you see it ending? I'm going to tell you the truth -I make all my money by predicting the future. Okay . And that's how I do it.. See, then I bet on Okay? How's it --

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This is my hope, Your Honor .

- - and bang, I make a lot of money .
This is my hope, Your Honor·. Yes! that's the way I do it Okay You might even know
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You two guys putting

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swords to each other's throats?
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Huh? How do you see it ending? You two guys going

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outside, drawing swords and shooting A
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I would never resort to violence. So then it's going to be a non-violent ruination of

an individual?
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Well no, it is not a desired -- Your Honor, what I Look at, for example, what happened A man named George His The

want is I want - - okay..

with the Trayvon Martin incident, okay?

Zimmerman shot this young man named Trayvon Martin..

parents felt that he deserved to be charged with a crime.. police did not charge him.. And what happened? Now,

So they raised a national uproar.

They've now charged him.

I disagree with the decision to charge Mr.

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Zimmerman, but that is the model of what I am trying to do. I'm trying to create enough of a national uproar· to create

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We have a national

I can go on and on. Veteran reporters

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You know what too much justice is?

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think on

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it, A else" But, Your Honor, he can do this again to someone Any time, he could go and claim some third party, he "Oh, Bob, he beat me up," And this time, maybe his Or maybe, what, his

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could say,

buddy, Neal Rauhauser will back him up '. wife? I don't know"

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And then, and he'll - - and he has a That was found by

history of getting people to lie for him. the Parole Commission" And so then this time,

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that poor schmuck will have no If Mr Kimberlin comes

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idea who he is, will have no defense"

to this Court -- his petition for a peace order was deceptive. He made the court believe that I'm e-mailing him, and I did not. I've never e-mailed him. I've never called him. I've

never text messaged

I've done no form of contact with him, And Your Honor, He's claimed

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except sending service of process in the mail . you want to hear something pretty r'emarkable? that is harassment too Honor.
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I'd like to show that to you, Your

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question, why
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But you still haven't answered my question..

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I see the -You've talked for 10 minutes and raised a lot of

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points people get excited about you
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I thought I was -- but I don't know (unintelligible), but I want to

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know, where do you see this thing going?
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the State's Attorney to finally charge him . hope it goes..
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That's my goal .

And how are you going to do this? By I've been raising awareness, that there is now You look up Google, you'll find And I believe probably at These

400,000 posts on Google

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400, 000 hits for him, discussing it

least 300,000 of them are not very pleasant toward him . are people calling for him to file a new charge.
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Mr. Kimberlin

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You're Googling all these people and get them all

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excited and try turning them against him.
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But you're, okay, in that sense, Your Honor -The same way if a politician gets elected, he doesn't See, see

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go see everybody, he gets the whole thing going. (unintelligible)
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something different.
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But it is my right, under the First Amendment, to It is my right to tell the

talk about what this man did to me . world what he did to me
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That, Galloway v. State

Whew . -- made it very specific.. The harassment statute

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unreasonable about seeking justice?
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You know, I shouldn't say this, but I think you got The one who decides to prosecute cr'imes is the

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it twisted. government
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Of course, Your Honor. And you're doing this, I think, under a guise, under You can't. You

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this new banner' of "I've got the right to do . " can't.

Suppose you didn't like a girl, and you wanted to talk He feels the same way. He feels violated.

about her chastity.

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That's why said, where's this going .

Well, Your Honor This is going to you guys shooting each other, in my

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Well, Your Honor', that is absolutely not true. You claim to be peaceful . I think, you know,
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Irish, okay?

And one of the things the Irish are best at in And a real good Irish middleweight is a

the world is boxing counter-puncher.

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He doesn't throw the first punch, but boy, he

lets the second one go and he's got you, see.
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Well, Your Honor You decide to battle and he comes back And see,

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you're the kind of guy, you don't want to get into this to settle it, mano y mano; you want to get all these friends who got nothing else to do with their time, in this Judge's

opinion, because my God, I'm a little bit older than you are, and I haven't got enough time in the day to do all the things I want to do. I got more. And I felt by retir'ement, I would have less to do.

Because everybody knows I'm free --

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conflagration, for lack of a better wor'd, and you're just letting the thing go recklessly no matter where it goes,
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freak somewhere out in Oklahoma got nothing better to do with his time, so he does the nastiest things in the wor ld he can to this poor gentleman., it?
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forget Brandenburg"

Let's go by Vaughey right But you know, where I it was settled

now, and common sense out in the world

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grew up in Brooklyn, when that stuff was pulled, real quickly.,
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I'm not sure what that means, Your Honor" Very quickly, and I'm not going to talk about those it ended fast" I even can tell you when I grew

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up in my community, you wanted to date an Italian girl, you had to get the Italian boys' permission, but that was the old neighborhoods back in the city, and it was really fair, someone did something unfair to you, your sister, your' When

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girlfriend, you got some friends, back of the truck . MR . WALKER: THE COURT:

take him for a ride in the

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this new mechanical stuff out here, electronic stuff that you can just ruin somebody without doing anything. it.. Used to, you don't remember bailment MR.. WALKER: THE COURT: Your Honor -- when you were in bailments at Yale Law But you started

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the one with the problem . MR.. WALKER: THE COURT: MR. WALKER: THE COURT: But Your Honor -That's who you hold it against. He's-You can't keep saying, "He gave it to me,

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he gave it to me, gave it to me." MR . WALKER: THE COURT: person to start with, MR WALKER: Pardon me, Your Honor. But if he didn't give it to the wrong it wouldn't happen Well, pardon me, Your· Honor. He star·ted

it when he committed a crime against me THE COURT: you . No, he did not commit a crime against

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take the actions to MY". McCarthy" people from Oklahoma,

You don't get all these

Indiana, Wyoming, wherever the heck it

is, and all these past things, JUDGE'S RULING I'm going to rule right now" don't need arguments" I could be 100, I've heard enough,
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this case, and all I've learned is one guy hides behind the sheet and runs his little machine while the other man suffers" I don't care what his background is, also be raped" MR" WALKER: Of cour se, Your Honor, But what I care about is, he's an to his own privacy and not That's a prostitute can

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individual, he's entitled to have, to be threatened,

Anything else is, the thing I didn't like is

these death threats that ar'e coming, and his children are reading them MR That is nasty and raw, WALKER: But, Your Honor, I did not cause that,

THE COURT: when they told you,

Now, let's see, what year was it at Yale "Don't talk when a judge is talking"?

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MR, WALKER:
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Okay

My apologies, Your Honor',

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But you've just done it and done it and

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done it, you've just, you just, see, that's why these things keep continuing, I am going to pass the order because I find that they are worse than harassment, as far as I am concerned. It's a And,

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downright dirty, nasty thing to do to somebody, I find,

quite frankly, if we were sitting in a criminal case, you'd get a sentence you would well, I'm known to be a heavy sentencer

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anyway - - but you'd get a sentence that you wouldn't like, because you're trying to tear somebody down through almost, through innuendos" And you're not doing it directly, you're If it was

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directly, he could come right on, you could come in a court of law, and we'd have this thing settled, one, two, three. But

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you've got people allover writing these things, got 54 pages that he says comes directly from you, and he's got volumes over there of these people that are doing it., It's absolutely wrong, So what I'm going to do is I am going to pass this peace order" months " And it's going to r'emain in effect, sir, for six It's wrong, son"

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over in Munich in the appeals cour·ts over ther·e -MR. WALKER: THE COURT: Okay, Your Honor·. -- appeal. All right, sir. This order During

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shall remain in effect until November the 15th, 2012..

that per·iod of time, you not shall commit any act that causes him, puts him in fear and apprehension of bodily harm, any act that places the gentleman in fear and apprehension of grave bodily harm, any assault, offense, rape, attempt to rape, sexual

false impr isonment, harassment, stalking, trespass, or

malicious destruction of property Respondent shall not contact the person in perBon, by telephone, in writing, or any other means. And "any other

means" is putt.ing it on a blog, a Tweet, a megaphone, a smoke signals - - what else is out there - - sonar, radar, Nothing . MR WALKER: So, You speak about him for· six months? How many times are you going to - What happened to the FirBt Amendment? How many times are you going to interrupt I'm not allowed to -laser.

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And you shall not contact or har'ass him in any way, you shall not enter his residence, wherever' he may be living, you shall remain away from his place of employment wherever that may be. He may be employed .

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prosecuted by the State's Attorney's Office as a cr'iminal case. And if found guilty, the maximum penalty, the first violation is 90 days in jail and/or,
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could be

or worse than that,

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Court, where you could,

I could do anything that I deem

necessary to keep you away from him, or e-mailing him, or Twitting him, or Googling him, or tooting him, or smoking him, whatever phrase you use - - I don't know what the phrases are. Thank you very kindly MR. KIMBERLIN: want to thank THE COURT: me . No, no, no, just don't say anyt.hing to Judge, I want to thank you, and I

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(Unintelligible), Madam Clerk. MR. WALKER: (unintelligible) I'll stay here, Your Honor. I'm

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I'm sorry..

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THE CLERK: THE COURT:

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Digitally signed by Kimber'ly L, Chwirut DIGITALLY SIGNED CERTIFICATE
DEPOSITION SERVICES, INC. hereby certifies that the

foregoing pages represent an accurate transcript of the duplicated electr'onic sound recording of the pr'oceedings in the District Court for Montgomery County in the matter of: Case No. 0601SP019792012

BRETT KIMBERLIN
v"

AARON JUSTIN WALKER

By:

Kimberly L, Chwirut Transcriber

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