Another epic whinge from Sabine

Pity poor, poor Sabine.

She shares confidential videos online…and is hurt and shocked when she’s called out on it.

She harasses, and encourages her followers to harass, innocent people…and cannot understand why this is a problem.

She is arrested and placed on bail, breaches it regularly…and cannot understand why the police (and her unfortunate solicitors) see this as a problem.

Here’s her latest self-pitying whinge, for the record (all emphasis Sabine’s…of course):

This is just to let you know how my victimisation continues, as I had a distressing email from my solicitor yesterday, after he spoke with the main Police constable:

I was given another 3 months of bail conditions, because there are supposedly so many telephones by terrorists that all have priority over analysing mine.

Meanwhile I am GAGGED for supposedly having published something that I’ve never done!

I can only attend my meeting online, as I must be seen to be ‘low profile’ due to my mobility issues.

Otherwise the Police will want me to attend a Station 3 times a week.

The ‘innocent abusers’ supposedly continue to feel harassed as they claim I continue to publish about the case, even though that is CLEARLY not true.

But the father whom the children accuse keeps being nasty on his blog that I do not visit. I just know, because I get the occasional ‘pingback’, i.e. link to my blog posts.

He even published my bail conditions and sick note, which he got either from Police or my Google drive…

Long live human rights in the UK and the internet!

A few points to ponder:

Sabine has been gagged because of a crime she very demonstrably planned, and then committed.

Her solicitor wants her to attend her upcoming meetings (at the British Computer Society and with the 10 visiting EU delegates) online, because if the cops could see how easily she really does get around, they’d want her to come visit them more often. Does this suggest to you, as it does to us, that Sabine is perhaps less crippled than she would have the world believe?

The children’s father has absolutely nothing to do with this blog. Period.

And we did publish Sabine’s bail conditions and sick note, because she put up a link to them on her blog. That, dear Sabine, is called ‘publishing’ your own bail conditions. We simply followed your lead. You made the material public, so we assumed it was in the public domain. If you don’t like that, perhaps you should consider keeping that sort of material to yourself.

Incidentally, ‘someone’ protested our publishing that material, and WordPress has since removed it. Fair enough. But we didn’t get the documents from the cops, the ‘cult’, Lord Ashtar, or a passing UFO: we got it direct from (ahem) the horse’s mouth.


19 thoughts on “Another epic whinge from Sabine

  1. How quick these self-righteous declare themselves victims of injustice after they have subjected countless scores of people to unjust harrassment and infringements of their own liberties. I have no sympathy.

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  2. They also cry that everyone in authority must be corrupt..but they are the first to run to them when they think they have been hard done by.

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  3. Hey, you never know, perhaps she had no one to go with and didn’t have the brass neck to go alone, knowing too, that the ‘gig’ is up and the organisers know all about her!

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  4. Hmm…I may just contact Tom Parmenter by email to tell him the truth about the “Hampstead Case” which FagAngie happily informed him about.

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  5. do so : “. You should not reproduce, distribute, store, retransmit, use or disclose its contents to anyone”/ The media hate this sort of double dealing.

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  6. mind you perhaps Parmenter may realise who he is dealing with were she 1. first publishes emails between them on the internet despite being asked not to (and is normal where media outlets wish to claim an ‘exclusive’) 2 uses her response to promote proven fantasies like Hampstead,

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  7. I think when they take a deeper look into Ang they will perhaps interview someone else linked to the missing data instead. Having said that, it is Sky News. I wonder if she will wear elbow length silk gloves.

    “In 1973, she suffered a serious car accident as the passenger and has tried to conquer chronic pain ever since, culminating in her experiences with hot Yoga. After doctors told her that her pain was ‘psychological’, she organised international conferences on humanistic and transpersonal psychology and created a growth centre in Geneva”.

    “Psychological”, I don’t want to downplay psychosomatic pain but this is Sabine we are talking about, and she does seem to have just admitted that she has to pretend to be less mobile than she actually is.

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  8. Psychosomatic pain is a terrible thing, and we’d never wish to imply otherwise. As you say, though, we’re talking about Sabine here.


  9. She’s probably been advised to stay away for security reasons. Perhaps the solicitor hasn’t even suggested it, but she’s making it known she won’t be there on the 5th. Shame, I’ll need to send the fireworks back. 😉

    I’m sure the police couldn’t give a monkey’s about her mobility or lack of.

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