Lately it’s seemed as if no one wants to know Abe and Ella, who’ve been cowering in Spain and fending off all dissenting commentary on their ridiculous little ‘Hampstead Coverup’ blog (no link, and that’s no accident). But now it seems they’ve found a brand new friend, one who’s willing to bend over and repeat their lies without question.
Here’s the latest from ‘Tyrannosaurus News Network’:
Fascinating: Tyrannosaurus NN has simply re-packaged Abe’s lies directly from his new blog, and is now pretending that his video reveals the ‘truth’ about Hoaxtead. There’s the usual screeching about ‘why wasn’t this case investigated?!!?!!1!’…to which the obvious answer is: the police were already familiar with the histories of Abraham Christie and Ella Draper, and were aware almost from the beginning that this was a malicious claim.
As a commenter on the video remarks:
…(T)he police investigated some aspects, eg the location of secret rooms, addresses and other details where abuse was to have taken place etc, and found these claims to have been entirely fictitious. It is the PREPONDERANCE of evidence which has to be looked at and this you have conveniently negated in your report. Sexual abuse can never be confirmed by medical examination, unless DNA from a sexual fluid is present. Otherwise, all you have is a fissure, scar or other cut to the skin. There is no way of knowing what caused it. That is why in the initial report Dr Hodes states that she would need to see the children’s medical history, because accidental physical trauma, constipation and medical illness can also cause fissures’.
But we won’t bother rehashing old ground. Anyone familiar with Hoaxtead already knows where Tyrannosaurus has allowed himself to be steered wrong; and those who don’t already know can find more than enough info’ to completely demolish his arguments right here on this blog.
Tyrannosaurus NN needs a dose of reality: in fact, Hoaxtead has been dead for some time now. It’s still thrashing around a bit, but that’s only because the message has taken some time to travel down to its distant extremities.