#rsrh Patterico talks about the attempt on his life.

It is, indeed, ‘bone-chilling’ reading.

It’s a phone call that could have gotten me killed.

In this post you will hear that audio clip. You will also read about a months-long campaign of harassment carried out by at least three individuals: Ron Brynaert, Neal Rauhauser, and Brett Kimberlin — much of it directed at critics of Brett Kimberlin. This harassment includes repeated references to critics’ family members, workplace complaints, publication of personal information such as home addresses and pictures of residences, bogus allegations of criminal activity, whisper campaigns, frivolous legal actions, and frivolous State Bar complaints.

And finally, you will hear a comparison of one of those men’s voices to that of the man who made the call that sent police to my home. And you’ll read a declaration from a forensic audio expert comparing those two voices.

Charming people we have out there, huh? – Also: if you want more details about this story, just do the rounds of your favorite right-blogs today. Trust me; you’ll get an eyeful.

SWAT Troops against an Army of Grandmas.

I am given to understand that the video below was the result of local police in Illinois being overruled by the Feds. This is so pathetic that it just makes me kind of sad:

You know, I remember a day when we had a President who wasn’t fundamentally afraid of the American people, and so do you.

Picture of vicious counter-revolutionary agents requiring a full riot gear-equipped police presence after the fold. Continue reading SWAT Troops against an Army of Grandmas.