End of day status:  According to the most recent update to McCain’s post, Walker was released and was charged with “incitement.”  I’ll have to find out more specifically what the charge is, but if there has been any criminal charge, it’s pretty outrageous.

 

 

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Stacy McCain has a report that Aaron Walker was arrested after a court hearing for violating a “peace order” obtained by Brett Kimberlin by blogging about his experience with Kimberlin.  If that’s the case, it raises some very interesting legal questions.

Since reports are sketchy at this point, I will not opine on it.

I will caution readers with some life advice.  When you are up against someone with a long history of using the legal system as a tool to go after others, you have to be very careful and very strategic.  Get a good lawyer.  Don’t go up against a former “jailhouse lawyer” yourself.

Read McCain’s column at The American Spectator; Kimberlin was a very good “jailhouse lawyer” and knows the ways of lawfare.

I’ll update as more becomes known, and readers are encouraged to update in the comments.

Ali Akbar has twitter updates.

Updates:  Gateway Pundit has a copy of the Peace Order entered today.  It is unclear to me as of this writing why Walker was taken into custody, or what he allegedly violated. (There was an issue as to whether this was the real Peace Order or a fake, because the Judge signing it retired in 2005, but Michelle Malkin has verified that this judge did sit on the case; it’s not uncommon for retired judges to serve partial duty.)

Follow more at Twitchy.

SooperMexican has a report from someone in the courtroom.

Another first-hand courtroom account, When Your Honor, This Man Is a Convicted Domestic Terrorist Is Not Enough.

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