In 2009 DOJ Ruled “SWATing” a Federal Crime: Domestic Terrorist Brett Kimberlin Could Face Nine Years in Prison

By Gary P Jackson

If you’ve been following the case of convicted, murdering domestic terrorist Brett Kimberlin, you know that he has been terrorizing Conservative bloggers who expose him. Among his tools is a crime called “SWATing,” where he and his buddies call the police pretending to be the target of their assault, convincing the police a serious crime has been committed. It’s an evil act, and has the potential to get the victim of Kimberlin’s terrorism injured, or killed.

Senator Saxby Chambliss and Congressman Kenny Marchant have writen letters to Attorney General Eric Holder demanding some action. In both of the letters they inquire about federal law regarding this potentially violent crime.

Robert Stacy McCain, who along with Michelle Malkin, has been all over this devoloping story, did some digging, and found that SWATing, is indeed a federal crime.

In 2009 [on Eric Holder’s watch] United States Attorney James T. Jacks, from the Northern District of Texas, sentenced Carlton Nalley to nine years in federal prison for SWATing and conspiracy.

As terrorist Kimberlin has many accomplices, he is also engaged in a conspiracy.

I seriously doubt Attorney General Holder is going to do anything with Kimberlin and his cohorts. After all, this is the man who overturned a federal conviction of his Black Panther buddies, after being cited for Civil Rights violations and voter intimidation. He’s also the same guy who, under President Bill Clinton, facilitated the presidential pardon of murdering FLN terrorists.

I’m still wondering how and why the Senate ever confirmed Eric Holder for the position of Attorney General in the first place, given his long history of standing with terrorists and ignoring the law. But that’s another discussion for another day.

Something else I don’t get. Brett Kimberlin, a convicted terrorist, is out of prison on parole. He’s been engaged in this sort of political terrorism for years. Why is it this animal is still walking the streets? Exactly what does it take for a felon’s parole to be revoked these days?

Here is the press release from the 2009 SWATing case:


DALLAS — Carlton Nalley, 35, was sentenced Friday afternoon by U.S. District Judge Barbara M.G. Lynn to 108 months (nine years) in federal prison following his guilty plea to offenses related to his involvement in a swatting conspiracy, announced U.S. Attorney James T. Jacks of the Northern District of Texas. Nalley’s two co-defendants, Matthew Weigman, 19 and Sean Paul Benton, 25, were sentenced in June 2009 to 135 months and 18 months, respectively. Nalley, a former resident of Alexandria, Virginia, failed to appear as ordered for that sentencing and was arrested the following month in Maryland.

Specifically, in February 2009, Nalley, who is also known by his alias “Madison,” pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to retaliate against a witness, victim or informant and one count of conspiracy to commit access device fraud and unauthorized access of a protected computer. Weigman, a/k/a “Little Hacker” and “Hacker,” pleaded guilty to the same offenses; Benton pleaded guilty to one count of conspiring to obstruct justice.

Nalley admitted that through his association with Weigman and coconspirators named in the indictment U.S. v. Stuart Rosoff, et al., he knew that they made unauthorized access to telecommunication company information stored on protected computers to obtain personal identifying information on their intended targets, and used software and hardware configured to insert or modify telecommunication access devices and account information for telephone customers and employees to obtain free telephone service or to discontinue service for telephone subscribers.

Approximately 15-20 participants in the telephone party lines, including Nalley, Weigman and the Rosoff defendants participated in targeting, executing and obtaining information to facilitate swatting calls.

Prior to 2004, Nalley participated in telephone party lines and in 2004, Weigman joined the party lines. They agreed to join forces to engage in social engineering, spoofing, swatting and retaliation.

In 2006 and 2007, Nalley used various spoofcards on multiple occasions to obtain personal identifying information, calling businesses or family members while using what appeared to be the phone number of the victims and attempting to get those call recipients to provide him information about the victims while pretending to be the victim. He also used spoofcards to call telephone companies to have phone service started, turned off, and otherwise altered.

He knew the spoofcards were used to harass victims, such as ordering services for victims that they did not want and which they would have to end up paying for, such as Imperial Sedan services. Nalley and Weigman called victims and made threats – such as threatening their livelihoods, their family members’ livelihoods, terminating their telephone service, and putting them and their families in physical danger — if they did not cooperate with them or other coconspirators.

From 2004 through 2008, Nalley knew that Weigman and others were accessing protected telephone company computers without authorization and Nalley assisted Weigman by making calls for him, storing information for him, and ordering equipment for hm. Nalley knew that Weigman and others were gaining access to these computers to obtain free telephone service, terminate the telephone service of individuals they did not like, listen/monitor their victims’ telephone calls, and otherwise harass their victims. Nalley knew that the services they obtained were valued in the tens of thousands of dollars.

In addition, from 2004 through 2008, Nalley assisted Weigman and other coconspirators in obtaining credit cards belonging to others, including U.S. Government credit cards which were for use by the U.S. military. Nalley stored the credit card information for Weigman in various email accounts that Nalley set up. Nalley provided the credit card numbers to Weigman when he needed them, knowing that the credit card numbers were stolen and that Weigman traded those credit cards with other individuals for services or money. Sometimes Nalley assisted Weigman in obtaining credit card numbers by listening in on customer service calls to various companies, such as Sprint. When a customer would report his credit card number to pay for services, Weigman, using his fine-tuned listening and memory skills, would memorize it or Nalley would write it down.

Nalley knew that coconspirators planned to swat a party line participant and this party line participant’s parents. Nalley and other conspirators disclosed sensitive information that belonged to these victims on the party line and that information was used by the coconspirators to swat the parents, who lived in Alvarado, Texas, in June 2006.

In October 2006, a coconspirator used a spoof card, pretending to be the father, telephone the 911 emergency services for the City of Fort Worth, Texas, identified himself as the victim’s father, claimed that he had shot and killed members of his family, claimed he was armed and holding hostages, and that he would kill the remaining hostages. Both the June and October swatting calls caused a SWAT response.

Nalley assisted Weigman in Weigman’s efforts to retaliate against a Verizon fraud investigator who was assisting the FBI in their investigation of Nalley, Weigman, and Rosoff and his coconspirators. Nalley also knew that in April 2008, Weigman spoofed phone calls from the fraud investigator’s office telephone number to Nalley’s home phone number to give the appearance of harassing calls from the investigator to Nalley. Weigman and Nalley called Verizon to lodge a complaint against the investigator and Nalley accused him of harassing him and misconduct. Nalley lodged the complaint against the investigator in an attempt to get Verizon to terminate his employment.

U.S. Attorney Jacks praised the investigative efforts of the FBI and the assistance provided by the U.S. Attorney’s Office, District of Massachusetts. Assistant U.S. Attorney C. S. Heath prosecuted the case.

These SWATing activities noted in the press release, are the exact type of activities Kimberlin and his crew are involved in. Besides the SWATing, they have also harassed bloggers, and their families, at work. Several have lost their jobs.

It’s time to get this animal and his henchmen off the streets.


Filed under In The News, Politics

5 responses to “In 2009 DOJ Ruled “SWATing” a Federal Crime: Domestic Terrorist Brett Kimberlin Could Face Nine Years in Prison

  1. lwjwl

    Report: 70 House Members to Call on DOJ to Investigate SWATting of Conservative Bloggers

  2. Aaron Allen

    Hi Gary: As a former Telephoneman and a police dispatcher, I have little
    use for fraudulent emergency calls to authorities and causing the deploy-
    ment of SWAT teams. Both are offenses in most states, usually cited as
    ‘False Informing’ and/or ‘Lying To A Law Enforcement Officer’. Hacking
    and tampering with regulated utility records is illegal as well…If one does
    not like a Blogger, say so in decent language–do not resort to crime!..
    Aaron Allen…

    • Gary P Jackson

      Oh I agree, but Brett Kimberlin is not a decent human being. In fact, calling him a human being is a bit of stretch. He’s a convicted terrorist. He set a bunch of firebombs in Speedway, Indiana [where the Indianapolis Motor Speedway is located] He’s also a drug dealer and has committed other serious crimes.

      He is a new and “improved” version of Obama’s BFF Bill Ayers.

      I don’t understand how he isn’t back in prison. He’s out on parole now.

      • Aaron Allen

        Hi Gary: Sounds like Brett K. is a prime candidate for a one-way trip to
        Gulag AK or Sunset Beach, Marianas? He cud ‘play’ with Big Bears or
        Sharks to stay in shape…Aaron Allen…

      • Gary P Jackson

        There’s a LOT more coming. In fact so much about him I can barely keep up!

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