First the good news! Aaron Walker will not be prosecuted for violating the the “peace order” but the order still stands:
Go here to see a screenshot (addresses redacted) of the criminal case against Aaron Walker. Near the middle, you will see “Disposition” next to which you will see the words “NOLLE PROSEQUI.” Nolle Prosequi is Latin for “we shall no longer prosecute,” and “is a declaration made to the judge by a prosecutor in a criminal case…either before or during trial, meaning the case against the defendant is being dropped.”
One wonders why the prosecutors declined to go forward? Perhaps the evidence left something to be desired?UPDATE: First, a clarification. Only the criminal complaint against Walker has been dropped. The peace order brought by Kimberlin against Walker and that Judge Vaughey approved is still in force. It is being appealed. See more on that incident here. http://bit.ly/KqLKt8
Stacy McCain did a little digging and found out more about Rauhauser’s “enemies list.”
Earlier this year, Neal Rauhauser “scrubbed” from the Internet several of his online writings in an apparent attempt to conceal evidence that he has been cyberstalking and harassing his enemies, including the late Andrew Breitbart, Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe and the group of Tea Party activists who exposed Rauhauser’s role in the 2010 “TwitterGate” scandal.
Cached versions of Rauhauser’s deleted posts were preserved by some of the conservatives he targeted, and show Rauhauser’s fetish for secrecy and his obsession with his various enemies. For example, on March 14, Rauhauser published a post on his blog (nealrauhauser.wordpress.com) entitled “Playing Detective,” in which he described his attempt to find the real identity of a Tea Party activist who uses the Twitter handle @ZapEm. She produced on online video documenting evidence that Rauhauser organized the “beandogs” who harassed conservative Twitter users in 2010.
Rauhauser likes to brag about his his connections with the Kimberlin’s charity-driven “Velvet Underground and with local law enforcement. Read Stacy’s full article by clicking here.
Speaking of Velvet Underground here is a great idea:
Brett Kimberlin stole the Velvet Revolution. We’re stealing it back.
If one searches for the Velvet Revolution on Google, the first result is a rather uninformative Wikipedia article. We have no quarrel with Wikipedia, or not much of one anyway.
The second result and most of its successors lead to Brett Kimberlin’s Velvet Revolution, a badly designed, garish website where Kimberlin seeks to separate you from your hard-earned money through sale of a bad dvd about peace love, and hippies, and to peddle his half-baked conspiracy theories.
The second result of a Google search for “Velvet Revolution” leads to Brett Kimberlin. This is unacceptable.
Brett Kimberlin, and his associate Brad Friedman, do not own the name “Velvet Revolution”. They do not, and cannot, claim trademark or copyright protection in the term, because in the realm of politics, where Kimberlin and Friedman seek to meddle, the term “Velvet Revolution” is more generic than “Jell-O”.
Likewise, we do not own the name “Velvet Revolution”. No one owns the term. The Czechs and Slovaks who put their lives on the line in 1989 have a pretty strong moral claim, but they’re all in MittelEuropa. The Czechs and Slovaks have bigger problems than one terrorist moonbat making a mockery of a First Amendment that they don’t have anyway.
So we’re taking the name back, for them.
What are your demands?
Our needs are simple. We seek to drive Brett Kimberlin’s fake Velvet Revolution into third place, or lower, on a Google search for the term. We estimate that we can do this within six months. Eventually we’d like to knock Wikipedia out of the top spot, but all things in their time.
We seek to replace Brett Kimberlin’s fake Velvet Revolution with a fake Velvet Revolution of our own, a Velvet Revolution that tells the truth about Kimberlin and his henchmen, in order that past and potential donors to Kimberlin, such as George Soros, may be fully informed about who is cashing the checks.
How can you help to make this happen? That’s easy..,
We’re asking you to link to this blog. On your own blog, on Facebook, on
Twitter, on the web forum where you discuss taxidermy with your fellow
Here is the link to the site (http://originalvelvetrevolution.com/) ..please find a way to link it to your own web and social media sites. Let’s help Brett Kimberlin’s Velvet Underground attain the anonymity it so richly deserves