We were as surprised as anyone yesterday when readers told us that The Sun had published a feature on ‘Satanism in the Suburbs’, profiling the Hampstead hoax along with another tragedy wrought by SRA true believers, the Carol Felstead story.
In Friday’s bulk email to her followers, Belinda noted that when Sabine and Neelu head to court to face charges of witness intimidation, their defence strategy will be to prove that they published six witness statements on a blog read by hundreds of people because they are malicious, irresponsible, and stupid, but not because they…
It’s been a busy week for Hoaxtead watchers, what with Sabine and Belinda’s surprise court win, and Neelu’s not-at-all-surprising court meltdown. So for a change of pace, we thought we’d have a look at Belinda’s latest group email, which she sent out to her friends (and more than a few non-friends, truth be told).
This just in from the Ham & High: apparently Neelu’s hearing this morning was even more exciting than we’d imagined!
Many thanks to regular reader Satanic Views for passing along news regarding Neelu’s application to have her witness intimidation charges dismissed earlier today.
We confess to being a bit perplexed about how Neelu feels she can justify having charges of witness intimidation dismissed. However, all became clear (well, perhaps somewhat less muddy) when we stumbled across her blog, and found this:
It’ll be another exciting day in court for a Hoaxtead pusher, as Neelu Berry heads to Blackfriars today on an application for dismissal of charges of witness intimidation.
We were surprised and disappointed to learn this evening that in this morning’s RCJ hearing, Sabine McNeill and Belinda McKenzie were able to avoid paying court costs for their part in the Melissa Laird case.
We’ve got some feelers out for results from this morning’s court case at the Royal Courts of Justice, where Sabine McNeill and Belinda McKenzie are looking down the barrel of £2,000 in court costs related to the mishandling of the Melissa Laird case.
Yeah, to be honest we rarely bother with that blog, but every now and then an interesting titbit gets thrown our way…in this case about the author of DDH. When we do think about the site, it’s mostly to smile patronisingly at its author’s bizarre leaps of…well, you can’t really call them ‘logic’, can you?…