Yesterday while we were talking about Abe and Ella’s attempt to change the dates on the carer’s report to suit their own wishes, we made reference to a letter they’d published on their blog.
As it happens the letter was addressed as follows:
In fact, it seems the letter was in regard to Ella’s attempt to appeal the judgement on last summer’s custody hearing. The details of that judgement have never been made public, but Abrella’s supporters have made various attempts to rally the troops around an ‘appeal hearing’ that they claim will take place beginning in February.
However, before anyone can have an appeal hearing, they must be granted leave to appeal. We did a little poking around, and discovered that this is, in fact, what the letter was about:
We’d be remiss, of course, if we didn’t draw your attention to this line: “we believe that no one is above the law and we have the outmost (sic) respect for court orders and civil procedures”. We’ll pause for a moment to allow you to digest that. (Oh, and the fact that Ella’s ‘legal team’ appears not to know how to spell her name. We suspect ‘legal team’ is Abrella-speak for ‘Abe’.)
All right, let’s move on.
Since Abrella graciously provided the case number, one of our team members set out to discover how the permission to appeal request had turned out. Here’s what they found:
Now, as of 3rd December, 2015, Abrella’s blog was still in full swing, yet for some reason we heard not a single word about their permission to appeal decision then…or later. This strikes us as odd, especially considering the fact that any time Abrella have had even the tiniest hint of success, they’ve bleated it far and wide.
So we’re left to wonder: has Ella’s attempt to appeal gone down the tubes?
We’re willing to bet that it has.