In fact, I predicted it when I first heard about his criminal record. Now they have: Convicted extortionist a key player in Idaho citadel project
And of course it's my fault and not their own:
This week, Kerodin responded angrily on his blog, saying “Little Mikey Vanderboegh is attempting, once again, to hurt hundreds of Patriots, using me as a weapon.”He asked if Vanderboegh had enough “courage to ever meet me face-to-face and repeat your written words,” and dared him to show up at a meeting on April 19, the anniversary of the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing. “Insignificant people like Vanderboegh will always seek to attack the winners in life,” the convicted felon sniffed. “For those Patriots involved in the Citadel project, march on!”. . . Kerodin’s associate, James L. Miller, who identifies himself as president of III Arms Co., also responded angrily to the project’s critics on the Citadel’s Facebook page. “Folks, we are being slandered by some very disgusting people, and that slander has been furthered by someone a lot of us probably both trusted and respected: James Wesley, Rawles,” Miller wrote.“Mr. Rawles, without researching a single bit of the cut/paste hatchet job from a cancer ridden, soon-to-expire self-admitted communist, has insulted the intelligence of Patriots all across the globe,” Miller wrote.
Not that facts matter to either Kerodin or Miller, but that's a self-admitted EX-communist and, in view of that experience, ardent ANTI-communist. Also, reports of my impending death have been greatly exaggerated, even if sincerely wished for by Eric Holder, my ex-wife and, apparently Kerodin and his ilk.
The funniest thing is Mr. Hyman's challenge. As I recall the Code Duello, as the challenged party in a duel I have the choice of weapons. But since Mr. Hyman/Kerodin is a convicted felon, presumably he's not allowed modern firearms (although I'm sure the ATF might be persuaded to give him a note of permission in this case). What then should I agree to, gentle readers? Suggestions?