What we learnt from the “geniuses” above (spot the sarcasm):
- Gut feeling and intuition are proof of guilt. (Yep – that old chestnut again. Yawn.)
- It is cheap and easy to sue someone for libel (libel suits don’t really cost around £80,000 a pop), plus you can sue someone who’s hiding out abroad and working anonymously.
- Burden of proof in libel cases lies with the plaintiff and not the defendant, apparently. (Yep – another old chestnut.)
- No one celebrated the demise of Hampstead Research. And Kris should know, as he’s been sitting on Mars with his head in a bucket for the last few days. Not that he’s afraid of the truth or anything – that’s just his way of keeping his finger on the pulse of current affairs 🙂
- Hampstead Research was shut down as part of a massive cover-up, apparently, and not because of the eye-watering amount of illegal posts and comments on there (including death threats, breaches of data protection, slander, child porn, breaches of court injunctions, harassment, affray, malicious communications and contempt of court). And WordPress doesn’t have rules that users sign up to when they open their accounts. I’m really learning stuff here!
- Driffloud and Sickened are epic knobheads. And they are really really pissed off that they haven’t managed to get our blog shut down. (No, those two points aren’t sarcasm, LOL.)