It’s always nice to hear from Neal, whether he is threatening to get California Attorney General Kamala Harris investigating me for my alleged connection to Weinergate (crazy Neal believes I set up Anthony Weiner):
Or asking me whether I have completed responses to “interrogatories” improperly served on me, a non-party, by Neal’s associate Brett Kimberlin (I ignored the interrogatories):
Or falsely accusing me and others of intimidating witnesses:
Or talking about how Aaron Walker is likely to kill himself:
I have never written an email to Neal Rauhauser in my life.
One thing I’d like you to notice about these emails: they’re all indented in a characteristic way that I almost never see from anyone else.
Brooks Bayne is the one who noted that idiosyncracy of Neal’s.
It’s interesting, because it’s an idiosyncracy shared by a fellow calling himself the “Gaped Crusader”:
The Gaped Crusader published a picture of a naked man and said it was me; wrote posts about my wife; published my home address; and generally made it explicitly clear that Kimberlin and Rauhauser were out to intimidate and harass folks like SWATting victim Mike Stack, me (another SWAtting victim), and Kimberlin critics Aaron Walker, Seth Allen, and Mandy Nagy.
The Gaped Crusader is a critical link between the harassment SWATting victims and an associate of Kimberlin’s.
And the Gaped Crusader is tied to Neal Rauhauser through far more than the indentation quirk above. He is also tied through subject matter obsession; quirks of language; admissions regardings recent trips . . . and an IP address.
Among other things.
I will be devoting an entire post to the connections between Neal Rauhauser and the Gaped Crusader. Consider this a tease.
P.S. The links in that first email go to a) a dead link to Brett Kimberlin’s State Bar Complaint against me, and b) a Daily Kos entry encouraging readers to phone Kamala Harris and have me criminally investigated for the reasons set forth in Kimberlin’s State Bar Complaint. In that latter post, Neal talks in a comment about the price of my house, and how he’d love to sue me because I would be a “payday.”
UPDATE: Has Rauhauser served as an investigator for the “Stop Rush” campaign?