If you’ve dared to overcome your squeamishness and dip your toe into Abe and Ella’s blog lately, you’ll likely have noticed that they’re claiming to have received a letter from the IPCC (Independent Police Complaints Commission) that promises to somehow vindicate their insane claims of a huge nest of baby-murdering child-raping paedophiles in Hampstead.
Unlike that clumsily faked ‘lawyer’s letter’ that Abe tried to pass off last month, this one looks as though it could be the real deal.
Granted, not everyone believes that:
But even if we do believe that this particular letter could have come from the IPCC, there’s every indication that it doesn’t mean what Abe wants everyone to believe it means. Bet that caught you by surprise, right?
As it stands, Abe has posted 4 of the letter’s 5 pages (presumably either because they didn’t teach him to count at his approved school, or because there’s something on p. 2 that he’d rather we not see).
Page 1 looks pretty unremarkable:
Rough translation: the IPCC can review the Investigating Officer’s report, but it cannot review or assess the original criminal allegation, or comment on the thoroughness of the investigation. All the IPCC can do is decide whether the Investigating Officer (let’s call him the IO for short) properly investigated complaints against officers.
Here’s the part Abe probably likes: “I have decided to uphold your appeal”.
Then the writer notes, “We have to see:”, and then…nothing.
We have no idea what they have to see, because p. 2 is written in invisible ink. Given Abe’s habit of suppressing or deflecting from anything that he doesn’t want us to see, we’re going to assume that p. 2 contains info’ that either damages his and Ella’s case, or makes him look like the bad guy.
Right, on to p. 3 and 4:
Page 3 must have sent Abe into multiple hemp-assisted orgasms. (Actually, that is a thought we prefer not to entertain. Please forget we said it.)
Essentially, what this part of the letter is saying is that the police didn’t explain their decision-making processes during the process of determining that Abe and Ella were full of crap, and that the children had been tortured into making the videos and lying to the police.
In sum, the letter seems to be stating that the police did not ‘show their work’, as our maths teachers used to say.
Thus, when the IPCC says that the “matter needs to go back to the appropriate authority and be re-investigated”, they don’t mean that the children’s allegations should be re-investigated—they mean that the review of the IO’s failure to dot all the i’s and cross all the t’s should be looked at again.
On p. 4, the IPCC states that it won’t be looking into a bunch of stuff, including whether anyone has committed misconduct or gross misconduct.
Our question, and we think it’s a good one, is this: assuming that the IPCC letter is genuine, what, precisely, do Abe and Ella think this will achieve?
Even if it were to be determined that the IO didn’t adhere strictly to the book when writing up the case, how will re-investigating this help Ella and Abe in any way? It’s certainly not going to help her get her kids back. That’s done and dusted.
So they must think that a re-investigation could vindicate them in some way.
But even in the extremely unlikely event that an IPCC decision were to somehow lead to a complete police re-investigation of the case, surely even Abe and Ella cannot be delusional enough to believe that somehow their allegations of a gigantic ‘satanic cult’ would be proven correct.
In fact, a re-investigation of all available evidence, including forensics, would most likely lead police to the conclusion that they arguably should have come to in September 2014: that any abuse of Ella’s children was at the hands of Abraham Christie; that the entire satanic abuse story was a particularly egregious attempt to ensure that Ella’s ex-partner never saw his children again; and that the accusations against him and the people of Hampstead represent nothing less than an attempt to pervert the course of justice.
So what’s the point of all this?
Our best guess is that Abe wants to keep fogging the issue and distracting attention from his own culpability. Important news, Abe: that train has left the station. Everyone sees you for what you are.
p.s. We do find it just a bit rich that Ella and Abe are on the run from the law, hiding out in Spain to evade arrest…and yet they are more than willing to take full advantage of the UK’s available legal protections.
Ladies and gentlemen, your tax dollars at work.