How dissonant is Aaron Walker? This is part of a long, defamatory blog post — just one of many, and it shows the internal inconsistency of Walker’s bizarre narrative. He claims that Brett Kimberlin has his wife in such mortal terror that she will lie for him, then turns around to remember that she was out of the country at least once by herself. It was when Walker confronted Brett Kimberlin in the memorable altercation that he still tries to win every day at blog court:


Indeed, Tetyana’s lifestyle is not without freedoms. She has consistently traveled whenever she pleased, even taking the Kimberlin children with her. It was exactly such a solo vacation that recently led to turmoil in the Kimberlin family. Walker, who inserted himself at that time along with his friend William Hoge, would have you believe Tetyana’s marriage is a cover for pedophilia and abuse, and for a moment he seemed to have suborned her into that perjury. We are still waiting for Walker to explain why Tetyana’s charges have been closed. Walker’s friends resolve that cognitive dissonance by speculating that Brett beat, or browbeat, his wife into terrified submission. But how does he control her when she is alone on vacation? Hypnosis?