I think I might have spooked him

I read with mild interest that someone who left a comment on my blog two days ago, blog went dark.

Many people are saying it was law enforcement related. Well, it could have bend that —- or it could have been related to this:

When Neil left his comment on my blog. I got his IP address. It trace-routed to Seattle, Washington. I emailed him a message with the titled “Seattle Washington eh?” and said in the message, “I hope your not planning on swatting me, like you did Patrick Frey.”

Maybe I spooked the guy or something. •shrug•

It just seems pretty odd that he disappeared after I did all that. Maybe he felt the walls closing in.

3 thoughts on “I think I might have spooked him

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  2. You might have spooked him. It’s hard to tell though since Neal is constantly deleting things he put on the web. There is not always a rhyme or reason behind it…unless you want to subscribe to the conspiracy theories he usually spins when he pops back up.

    I am also going to reply to your comment to me from the other day in your article about possible FBI involvement. I completely agree that bringing family into it is WAY to far.

    I’m also not sure this is 100% a political issue. Sure, the different sides are on the right or left, but the beginnings of the whole thing came about simply because a LEFT wing blogger started writing about Kimberlin and his past. Kimberlin sued that left wing blogger, and Walker provided some free law advice to that left wing blogger. It is at that point Kimberlin went after Walker and the sides became left/right. Walker describes it as a freedom of speech issue and I tend to agree that is what it really is all about.

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