Kimberlin Provokes ‘National Day of Blogger Silence’ Friday

Twitchy reports that National Bloggers Club president targeted by Brett Kimberlin supporters; National Day of Blogger Silence planned for Friday.

Supporters of convicted bomber and online terrorist Brett Kimberlin have gone after another conservative activist and his family with their anti-free speech thuggery.

Ali Akbar is the president of the National Bloggers Club, the group that organized the fund to support Kimberlin’s targets. He reported the attack on Twitter this afternoon.

There is so much I want to say but that’s what Kimberlin’s folks want. Im on the phone with every lawyer and cop I know trying to stop this.—
Ali A. Akbar (@ali) June 04, 2012

I am. RT @soetorosux: @TwitchyTeam @ali call FBI…seriously—
Ali A. Akbar (@ali) June 04, 2012

I’m in touch with @ali. He’s fine.I advised him to stop tweeting for a while until he cools off. So, it will be a bit before he tweets more.—
John Hawkins (@johnhawkinsrwn) June 04, 2012

Twitchy has confirmed that a suspected Kimberlin associate used online intimidation tactics to target Ali and at least one member of his family. Attempts have been made to access sensitive information about his family members and to hack his personal Twitter account and multiple National Bloggers Club accounts.

But instead of retreating as these serial harassers intended, he’s reloading:

And for the record Brett and Neal, I’m doubling down my support for Aaron and committing everything I have to getting charges filed.—
Ali A. Akbar (@ali) June 04, 2012

The conservative Twittersphere has his back.

Ace is asking bloggers to join him in a National Day of Blogger Silence this Friday.

On Friday, this site will be absolutely dead-silent, which is what Brett Kimberlin and his stalker crew seeks, and what the media and our supposed Representatives in Congress would permit.

The only post on Friday will be a bold-faced Open Letter to Congress, urging them to act and not attempt to pass the buck to others.

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