Here’s a puzzler for you: if you’d been arrested and charged with, oh, say….witness intimidation, and you knew that you’d done it—that is, you’d published several witness statements on your blog—what would you do?
Apparently, if your name is Sabine McNeill, the answer is: “Nothing”.
While most sane people would at the very least make an effort to remove the offending material, enabling them to claim that they’d recognised the error of their ways and attempted to mitigate the problem, Sabine has left six witness statements on her #WhistleblowerKids blog, pertaining to the harassment that occurred at the Christ Church demonstrations last year.
These witness statements, of course, were to have been used in Neelu’s trial last October, but since their names and information had been published online, none of the witnesses consented to appear…meaning that they had, indeed, been intimidated into silence.
Neelu’s case was dismissed, which she interpreted to mean that she had been acquitted. In fact, she was allowed to go free at least in part because she and Sabine had agreed between themselves (an act which the law calls ‘conspired’) to publish the witness statements beforehand. Whoopsies.
But that’s not all…
We all know that Sabine maintains upwards of 50 blogs, which she uses to pursue her strange agenda. Her goal seems to be to prove that the UK (at least) is in the grip of an evil cabal of Satanic death cult members, who maintain their grotesque powers over the populace by sexually assaulting young children, sacrificing and eating infants, and using their skins and bones as a macabre fashion statement.
That’s why, when Ella Gareeva Draper and Abraham Christie came along, with their fantastical tales of child rape and murder—and two beautiful blonde children to recite their stories verbatim—Sabine went into paroxysms of joy. This could the it! The holy grail of Satanic death cult enthusiasts!
At the end of 2014, she wrote:
And, true to her word, in early 2015, in addition to her multiple self-referencing blogs, she produced an e-book that’s just brimming with info’ about the alleged cult, its alleged activities, its alleged members….
Ah, but you see, there’s the rub. Sabine is not supposed to be talking about the Hampstead hoax at all—and yet it seems you can’t click a link online without tripping over another of her self-incriminating screeds.
We’ve already pointed out (ad nauseam, sorry) that she’s violated her bail conditions more times than we can count. But this book is something special.
In it, Sabine not only admits to being the source of the internet firestorm around Hoaxtead, but she links, multiple times, to lists of innocent parents, children, teachers, clergy, and business people whom she accuses of rape, murder, and cannibalism.
In other words, by this ebook’s existence, Sabine admits that she is the leader in the campaign of targeted harassment that’s been endured by the innocent citizens of Hampstead for the past year. What we’d like to know is when she’ll be charged with Harassment 4, when she’s left such a clear and obvious evidence trail.