Well, looky here.
From the New York Times:
Was This Prisoner Silenced?
Just before the 1988 Presidential election a Federal prisoner named Brett Kimberlin sought out reporters with a charge that he had once sold marijuana to Dan Quayle. That charge has never been substantiated, but what happened to Mr. Kimberlin remains a serious matter….
Mr. Quayle, like any other target of a political cartoonist’s pen, is entitled to indignation over the rehashing of dubious charges. At the same time, if Mr. Kimberlin was subjected to extraordinary punishment because of what he wanted to say, he is entitled to the chance to prove it.
Yet nothing from The New York Times about Brett Kimberlin’s potentially deadly acts of terrorism against the free speech of others. Also of note:
— KeepCalmAndDrawl (@FormerlyFormer) May 25, 2012
— Snarky Basterd (@Snarky_Basterd) May 25, 2012
The media remains silent; terrorists are heroes to the Left.