Earlier this week we described how some Hoaxtead vigilantes openly discussed their plans to kidnap RD’s children and ‘save’ them from the imaginary evil baby-eating cult.
We immediately passed this information along to the police, and we understand that the Daily Mail got hold of the story (it was making the rounds on Twitter). This led to some frantic back-tracking amongst the would-be child abductors, and the removal of most of the incriminating material.
While this was entertaining to watch, it does not take away from the fact that these people thought it was appropriate—noble, even—to conspire to commit a very serious criminal offence on Facebook.
Now, we note that relative Hoaxtead newcomer Kane Slater recently posted something that looks very much like incitement to murder on his Facebook page:
We would like Kane to explain to us precisely what he means by wanting “somebody somewhere to try to do something about that large gang of child-rapists and baby-murdering cannibals”.
After all, he’s also posted on his page the names of the innocent parents and children named by Abrella, including their home and email addresses, phone numbers, places of employment…really, anything a potential vigilante assassin might require, should they wish to ‘do something’ about the pretend cult.
Of course we’ve passed this threat along to the police and Facebook, but we find it alarming in the extreme that the Hoaxtead promoters have begun openly promoting violence and serious crimes as part of their strange campaign of hatred.