So there we were, listening along to Deborah Mahmoudieh’s latest rant (using headphones to protect our loved ones from her spittle-spraying rage), when it happened again: she was chatting away, the usual lies and distorted half-truths about Hoaxtead, blah blah blah….and then KAPOW!! Her harpy-like shriek propels us halfway out of our chairs.
As predicted in our post earlier this week regarding the suspension of Drifloud’s Twitter account, the Drippy One’s head has now officially exploded.
This week we’ve been focussing on helping our readers have illegal blogs, videos, and tweets about the Hampstead hoax taken off the internet.
Oh, that Charlotte. She can’t seem to live without the brilliant glare of the limelight, can she?
On Monday we reported that Abe/Drifloud’s Twitter account had been suspended. Yesterday afternoon, though, we saw a report on a Hoaxtead pusher’s Facebook page, indicating that the Drippy One had wormed his way back onto Twitter.
Yesterday, in the wake of our successful take-down of Abe/Drifloud’s Twitter page, we talked about how to take down blogs that promote the Hampstead SRA hoax. As always, our amazing community contributed tons of interesting tips and suggestions, so if you’d like to help too, we’d urge you to check out yesterday’s post.
Following yesterday’s successful removal of Abe/Drifloud’s Twitter account, we’ve been having many discussions about the best way to shut down some of the remaining Hoaxtead-pushing online accounts. Here’s a quick synopsis of what we’ve learned.
Chalk another one up for our side!
Abe/Drifloud usually whiles away his days spamming Twitter users with detailed allegations of child abuse, extracts from the police reports, and libellous pictures of innocent Hampstead residents he and Ella have targetted. Ho hum, nothing to see here, people.
One of our readers recently passed along this interesting bit of info’: it seems Ella Gareeva Draper uses the mobile messaging app, WhatsApp, which enables users to message one another without incurring SMS fees. Oh, wait, that’s not the interesting bit.