There is one reason that Aaron Walker’s wife, Mary Bravo, is in the line of fire as part of Walker’s lawsuit against Brett and Tetyana Kimberlin. Aaron Walker put her there, not for the first time.
INSTANCE THE FIRST
On March 1, 2013, the failed and fired Virginia home health care compliance attorney went to the Howard County, Maryland, Courthouse to file charges and ask for a peace order against this editor. I said something on my BlogTalkRadio show on Feb. 23, 2013, that Walker took as a threat to his life and safety.
Because somebody, in my opinion, is paying Lee Stranahan to file these charges against me, in the hopes that I will either break or die. I got some fucking news for you, Stranny… Walker, Hoggy, Frey… and Frey… beware the Ides of March.
The reader may ask how a line, specifically directed at Patrick Frey, the alt right Los Angeles Deputy District Attorney, could be construed as a threat directed at Walker. The answer is simple. Aaron Walker has he power to read men’s minds.
“Okay, so he wants to say that ‘and Frey… beware the Ides of March” is meant as a separate thought. Well, okay, then that means the prior part “I got some fucking news for you, Stranny… Walker, Hoggy, Frey…” is supposed to be a separate and complete thought? Except, what news did he have for us? He never completes the thought. Indeed, that part only makes sense if you believe that the “Ides of March” threat was directed at us, too, and he just repeated Frey’s name because he lost his train of thought.”
I lost my train of thought? Walker bases this characterization on thin air. He can not possibly know what I was thinking when I said that. For Walker and those of their ilk, thinking something is true renders it true.
So he takes his beloved to the Howard County Courthouse to file charges against your humble editor.
According to Walker’s take on the events of that afternoon, he was safely in the courthouse with his beloved wife by his side. Nearby were police, garbage, sheriffs officials and other men and women with guns who would throw their own lives on the line to protect Walker and his beloved from any physical attack.
Again, if we go by Walkers recall of the events, he notices Brett Kimberlin approaching the courthouse. So what does he do? Does he take his wife by the hand and move her to a more secure location toward where the officers of the law with their guns could protect them both should Kimberlin be approaching with nefarious intent?
No. He takes the absolutely irrational and illogical step of sending her from the safety of the courthouse out through the door, onto the street, and tells her to wait in the car. Outside. Where Kimberlin was. If you fear for your life at the hands of an individual what possible reason could you have for sending your spouse out of the safety of the courthouse when you see your mortal enemy out there approaching?
INSTANCE THE SECOND
In the current case, Walker is suing Brett and Tetyana Kimberlin. He is unhappy with them since they shared their side of the story in a public arena. Walker filed an affidavit calling the Kimberlin allegations untrue. WJJ Hoge III, Walker’s self described “paralegal”, filed an affidavit about how he was called down to the Howard County Courthouse to lend assistance to a shaken Mr. and Mrs. Walker.
There, once again, Walker places his wife in the line of fire by having her file an affidavit claiming that everything Tetyana Kimberlin said in her affidavit was a lie.
The Kimberlins decided to respond to Mrs. Walker’s affidavit with motions of their own. Walker knew this was going to happen.
In what universe is it “scandalous” to say in an affidavit that you have been told by a woman she cannot have children? Walker argues about sexist stereotypes, when he is guilty of one himself with that very statement. There is nothing scandalous about a woman being unable to conceive. Women are not baby machines. Many a happy marriage has lasted decades where for one reason or another a couple was unable to have their own children. Let’s go through this a bite at a time. What do the Kimberlins have that they would use to intimidate Mrs. Walker? Notice in his statement Mr. Walker claims he fears the Kimberlins will cause his wife to suffer humiliating questions about whether she can have children. Further, he claims, well it seems to be a promise that any private information that the defendants know about her, or merely think they know, will be plastered all over the Internet. Note the choice of words: the allegations are scandalous, they are private, but at no time does Mr. Walker refer to them as false.
To further muddy the waters and make things appear even more nefarious, Aaron Walker brings your humble editor’s name into his affidavit as if to allege there were some sort of conspiracy to intimidate Mrs. Walker.Once again, Mr. Walker adds 2+2 and comes up with 73. I wanted to write a story about this particular affidavit and how it was going to play in the September 30 hearing on this case. I did not have a copy of Mary Bravo’s affidavit, nor was it ever published on Scribd. So I contacted Brett Kimberlin and he sent me a copy. Nothing illegal there. If I had asked Mr. Walker for a copy, I honestly do not believe he would’ve provided one. As it was necessary for the story to have Mrs. Bravo’s affidavit in her own words, I got my copy where it was available. There is nothing nefarious about it, there is nothing illegal about it, and despite Mr. Walker’s breathless implications that this was an attempt to publish what Walker calls “scurrilous allegations” with the implied threat that if any embarrassing or private information came out during the deposition that it would be broadcast of the Internet, from this editor’s point of view, it was no more than an attempt to portray every side of the story, even giving Mr. Walker the opportunity before publication to address several questions about the affidavit. He never responded to my invitation.
Bottom line: Mary Bravo offered the affidavit claiming the Kimberlins are liars into the court record. We will assume that was done of her own free will. If it wasn’t of her free will and she was forced to file the affidavit by her husband, Aaron Walker, she should say something.
The fact that Walker is whining so loudly about these “scandalous and impertinent allegations” without claiming them to be untrue raises reasonable suspicions that there may be more than a grain of truth to these allegations.
If Mr. Walker was that concerned about his wife’s safety, why does he have her checking his car for bombs, why did he force her to leave the safety of the courthouse as he allegedly saw the nefarious Mr. Kimberlin approaching, and why did he subject her to being deposed by offering for affidavit into evidence? The defendants have the right to determine her credibility for the court. The fact that she finds herself in this uncomfortable and potentially embarrassing position is her fault and her husband’s fault and nobody else’s.