The other day, while we were working on the FAQ about those who planned and executed the Hampstead SRA hoax, we were reminded that Belinda McKenzie’s created her alleged ‘charity’, the Knight Foundation, to act as a receptacle for donations to the hoax. We wondered: how has this non-charity been faring lately?
Hoaxteaders across Britain and around the world have risen up in indignation at the news that their friend and colleague Sabine McNeill entered a plea of ‘guilty’ to charges of having breached her restraining order during her hearing at Blackfriars Crown Court on Monday.
Anyone ever wonder whatever happened to “Jacqui Farmer”, aka Charlotte Alton Ward, aka Belinda’s Little Mouthpiece? There was a time when you couldn’t turn sideways without stepping in another of her faux-obsequious venom-laden posts on the late and not-at-all-lamented Hamster Research blog.
Yesterday we discussed a case that came before Mr Justice Eady at the Royal Courts of Justice, in which self-styled ‘Equity lawyer’ Edward William Ellis faced contempt proceedings as a result of breaching a General Civil Restraint Order. Phrases like ‘proceedings for committal’ were tossed around, and the outlook seems rather glum for Mr Ellis.
In a surprise move today, Sabine McNeill entered a plea of ‘guilty’ in her case management hearing on the charge of breaching her restraining order.
Hoaxtead watchers who attended Neelu and Sabine’s trial in July might remember a rather comical character who turned up in court the first morning, before proceedings got under way. Introducing himself loudly and officiously as “Edward William Ellis, Equity Lawyer”, he attempted to stall the trial by claiming that he had recently filed claims against…
What a difference a month makes! Was it really only a few weeks ago that Rupert was bragging about having shown up outside Christ Church Primary School one morning, and claiming that people with connections to the fictional cult were just about to “spill their guts” to him?
Thanks to regular commenter JW for pointing out that Sabine McNeill will be attending Blackfriars Crown Court at 10:00 a.m. Monday morning, 17 October. The case is listed for “further case management” pertaining to two charges of breaching the restraining order which was imposed following Sabine’s July trial, with Neelu Berry, on charges of conspiracy…