Note to Neelu: Harassing police officers never turns out well

Neelu’s off to the cop shop today, and she’s begging her friends to support her:

I need help to defend babies and children from satanic rituals by secret societies such as Freemasons running every public service in the UK including NHS, SS, CPS, Priests, Police, Education – spying and kidnapping the best whistleblowers amongst us, to be locked in prisons and mental hospitals – If you are in London, please hold a vigil at Holborn Police Station, Lambs Conduit Street from 2.30pm onwards for my 3pm bail return date

We’re informed that this is actually Neelu’s ‘bail to return’ date in relation to subsequent harassment, bail breaches, and witness intimidation by posting witness statements and names online. (Not that this is a new thing for her: she even has an injunction against her to refrain from going to an Essex police station where she was harassing the police on a regular basis.)

Here’s a pro tip, Neelu: when trying to harass and intimidate witnesses in this way, it’s a good idea not to include the names of police officers. Really. It just pisses them off.

Seriously, we’re very surprised that Neelu hasn’t been sectioned before now, given the extent of her shenanigans. She clearly needs help, and not the sort one might find in prison. Neelu Berry


46 thoughts on “Note to Neelu: Harassing police officers never turns out well

  1. She should have taken a McKenzie Friend along, for help advice and support.
    I wonder…do McKenzie Friends support McKenzie Friends?
    Perhaps Sabine should give them a call…

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  2. Neelu’s actions do seem to have their origin in grief and anger at the way her niece died.

    With so many of the people of Neelu’s ilk I have noticed that their conflict with the state started with perfectly understandable anger or a sense of grievance people can relate to, it just spirals out of control.

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    • The sad thing is that prior to her niece’s death, Neelu was a qualified pharmacist. Following her mental breakdown, she was struck off by her professional association.


    • I can relate to that as my mother became somewhat obsessed after her mother died at age 60 in a hospital and she was convinced their inaction was the cause.
      When my father died in the same hospital she was just about convinced (even though he was 79 and said to me he didn’t want to come home as he felt so vilely ill he just wanted to ‘move on’).
      That just about convinced her so that she demanded she never end up there should she become very ill guessed – it’s exactly where she ended after a massive stroke and died with 48 hours.

      Grief can do strange things to people – it seems to have totally unhinged Neelu.


      • Very true. Rationality can go right out the window in the face of grief–though I think that in Neelu’s case there might have been something underlying that was “activated” at a certain point.


      • I wonder whether she wasn’t ‘right’ prior to the death of her niece.
        When her niece was in hospital she was apparently the one telling her family the hospital were medicating inappropriately. She was a pharmacist so they would have believed her. Of course we’ll never know the truth but experience tells us that Neelu’s version of events is always ‘off’.

        Neelu is a sad case and even sadder is the fact that people like Belinda, Sabine and Christine Ann Sands support her delusions and don’t advise her to seek help.

        Same with David Icke. Delusional and the fools around him just keep cranking him up instead of getting him to a psychiatrist.

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    • She seems to have seriously breached that court order by setting up new websites etc but I think those who obtained it have to take her back to court to get it re-inforced.
      However it may be used by Hampstead folk as evidence that she will ignore current or future injunctions and court orders,
      The future doesn’t look bright for Neelu.

      It’s pretty despicable of McKenzie, McNeil etc to sue or encourage Neelu to participate in their escapades when she clearly needs psychiatric help.

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        • Patrick Cullinane has a welcome note on what appears to be Neelu’s blog.

          Welcome Note from Patrick Cullinane, Common Law Lawyer

          Maybe she is his stooge.

          I’m always interested in the freeman stuff. For one thing, a human being with lady bits like me would not have been able to sit on a jury in the thirteenth century. They seem to be harking back to a time when it was freeMEN (but actually mainly serfs) and married women under coverture. No thank you very much to that system of law.

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