Belinda McKenzie convicted of contempt of court

After a false start yesterday, Belinda McKenzie was convicted this morning on charges of contempt of court, and sentenced to six months imprisonment, suspended for two years. She also signed a written undertaking for life that she would not publish anything about the Hampstead matter, either online or off, and that she would remove all…

Sentencing remarks clarify Sabine’s 9-year sentence

Wednesday’s announcement that Sabine McNeill had been sentenced to nine years’ imprisonment for stalking and breaches of her restraining order has sent a powerful message to those who would continue to harass and stalk the people of Hampstead. Even amongst those who supported a longer prison term, few expected that Sabine would receive more than…

Belinda McKenzie on trial for contempt of court

Belinda McKenzie is to attend Southwark Crown Court at 10:00 a.m. today to face a charge of contempt of court related to the recently concluded trial of Sabine McNeill. Belinda was charged in court on 10 December, when it was alleged that she made a Facebook post which was in breach of the publication restriction…

BREAKING: Sabine McNeill sentenced to 9 years

Sabine McNeill has been sentenced to nine years in prison following a four-week trial at Southwark Crown Court. Using words like “arrogant”, “manipulative”, and “evil” to describe Sabine’s crimes, HHJ Sally Cahill QC stated in her sentencing remarks that the actual sentence is for 12 years, but she had chosen to reduce this to nine…

Tracey Morris claims Sabine ‘set up’

On the eve of Sabine McNeill’s sentencing hearing—all right, the second half of her sentencing hearing—we were interested to note that Tracey Morris has chimed in, claiming that Sabine was stitched up and “made a scapegoat”, and that her trial should be voided: Sabine Kurjo was put on trial without the right to call upon…

Hoaxtead mob panic as sentencing approaches

With Sabine McNeill’s sentencing hearing approaching rapidly, some of her friends and supporters appear to be…well, losing a plot just a bit. Take Christine Sheriff General Sands, for example: on Sunday she emailed this blog as follows: I’d like to make a deal in the case of Sabine McNeill. It’s a joint deal involving Julian Assange of WikiLeaks: http://generalsands.com/assange_mcneill Okay, sure, we thought. We’ll bite, even if mostly out of morbid curiosity. Here’s what we…

Parents of ‘snatched’ baby promote toxic cure-all

The interconnections amongst troofers, scammers, and grifters of the conspiranoid ilk never fail to amaze and astound. Just for example, the other day while browsing on Twitter we came across this tweet: R. James Bilton had recently raised the issue of ex-cop Jon Wedger’s affiliation with (another ex-cop) Anthony Carlin, who in addition to attempting…