Charlotte Ward Alton, maven of misinformation at That Other Blog, is at it again. This time, she’s trying to whip up sympathy for known child abuser Sabine Kurjo McNeill, “71, a Hampstead resident and the children’s mother’s McKenzie Friend at the time (Nov 2014 – Feb 2015), helped leak the children’s videos onto the internet – although she did not leak the written testimony of 70+ named abusers”.
We’re sure that Sabine must appreciate Charlotte’s ‘help’, as she herself has been frantically denying having had anything to do with leaking those illegal videos onto the internet. But Charlotte is a real pal like that: she’s the kind of friend who makes you wish you had more enemies.
By the bye, here’s one of Charlotte’s classic clangers:
The children named abusers who worked within the police. Is it possible that this station is infiltrated by the ring/cult?
followed immediately by:
But as if the police being infiltrated was not enough, the cult-infiltrated local paper, the Ham and High stepped in to write a hit piece about Sabine and her fellow legal rep, Belinda McKenzie.
Note how she jumps straight from pure speculation (‘is it possible’) to a statement built on the assumption that her speculation is true. Looks like Charlotte’s parents wasted their hard-earned cash sending her to that expensive public school. Turns out she learned nothing about basic logical argument. But we’ve been saying that for months.
Sabine is 71. She has a bad back. She walks with sticks. She is able to keep going because she practices “hot yoga“. So of course, she is the perfect target of a hate campaign by the cult.
Wait, we thought ‘the cult’ only targetted young children and babies? When did they start going after limping, yoga-practising pensioners? We must update our files.
Somewhere in the middle of this dog’s breakfast of a post, Charlotte manages to accuse the Ham&High newspaper of being ‘cult-infiltrated’, as well. You can tell, you see, because one of its reporters is Facebook friends with a couple of alleged ‘cult’ members.
Of course, by this logic, Ella Gareeva Draper is a cult member as well, since she’s Google+ friends with at least one person who’s included in her list of ’20 special’ families.
Whoops! How inconvenient!