One of the issues that Abraham and Ella harp on about ad nauseam is their allegation that the videos they forced the children to make en route from Morocco to the UK, as well as in the UK, were not used as evidence from the outset of the police investigation. They claim that the police had all the videos as of 5 September, 2014.
And yet we’ve noticed a peculiar anomaly.
In Alfred Lambremont Webre’s March 31 interview with Ella, she makes a very interesting statement about the videos that were made during the flight back to the UK:
Starting at about 1:26:30, she says:
I realised that both companies that were representing me were not actually acting in my best interest, and I became a litigant in person with the help of the McKenzie Association (sic). Because that group had been helping with paperwork, with the working out the strategy, they had access to materials of the court…. Judge Mayer…she ordered the police disclosure. My solicitors passed the stuff to me, and that included police interviews, private videos made by us on the way to London and also in London. These private videos were never made materials of the court…
When the police investigation took place, I did made police aware that I had a lot of evidence….they never asked me for the evidence. For our protection, we copied those private videos and gave to some people we could trust. So there was a lot of people coming to the house, so I’m not quite sure how, but police got those second videos in the end. I’m only guessing how that happened, I am suspicious of certain people. However, I never handed them myself, I was never asked, we never made videos a part of the court material, but when Judge Mayer learned I was in possession of those police videos, she made a gagging order for me not to disclose those videos and then later on I was made to return those videos …to the court.
However, on their blog, Abrella also state that the police had all the videos as of 5 September:
Well now, hang on a minute!
One thing is clear: unless Ella is lying through her teeth in this interview (which should not be discounted), she really didn’t know when the police received the videos she and Abe made on their way back to London.
Either the police had all the videos on 5 September, and could have been expected to use them as evidence right away, or they didn’t have them right away, as ‘(t)hese private videos were never made materials of the court’.
Ultimately the police did get the videos, but as Ella says, she’s not sure how that happened. If she doesn’t know how or exactly when the police got hold of those videos, how can she then turn around and whine that they had them as of 5 September, but refused to use them?
Once again, Abrella need to learn one of the fundamental skills to running an effective scam: they need to keep their lies straight.