Devine’s Transferwise account frozen

Andy Devine is very, very, VERY angry, and he doesn’t care who knows it. Yesterday, in a live-streamed Facebook video, he announced that his Transferwise account had been shut down, and he is none too pleased. Devine, who lives in Greece, originally set up the account to receive “donations” from people in the UK who…

Taylor objects to outing of Wanoa fraud

Well, now we’ve done it. We’ve gone and annoyed Matt Taylor, who currently styles himself “Moai Power House UK Business Manager”. Taylor, whose previous titles have included “convicted injunction breacher“, “wannabe male escort“, and “f’kin’ daddy“, declared war on this blog a few weeks back, claiming he’d take us down, but now he’s extra-double-super irritated.…

Stolpman’s channel on the brink

YouTube may finally be pulling the plug on Nathan Stolpman’s “Lift the Veil” YouTube channel. He began moaning on Twitter over the weekend, at first noting that three of his videos had received strikes from YouTube; by Sunday he was saying seven had been removed: Of course we were grief-stricken on his behalf. For those…

IICSA: Mary Moss responds to Jerome testimony

In a video posted 8 March, inexplicably in the “Comedy” category on YouTube, Chris Fay’s former colleague Mary Moss has made a brief personal statement refuting some of Thursday’s testimony by MET Commander Neil Jerome. In the video she states: My name is Mary Moss. I was mentioned a lot yesterday during the Child Sexual…

Fay & Maloney: Lies versus reality

Yesterday we looked into part of Thursday’s hearing at the ongoing Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA), in which Commander Neil Jerome of the Metropolitan Police Service described the 1982 raid on the Elm Guest House. The raid came about as a result of an anonymous tip alerting police to the presence of a…

IICSA unravels Chris Fay’s lies

We have been watching with some interest as the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) began its Westminster hearings on so-called VIP child sexual abuse this week. In particular, yesterday’s topics—which included the Elm Guest House, Chris Fay, and the “Mary Moss List”—have all been long-time favourite discussion points for those who would like…