With her 8 April court date looming, Sabine McNeill is frantically trying to backpedal her way out of charges of witness intimidation, which could conceivably result in her spending time in prison.
Over the past week or so, we’ve received multiple allegations of Angela Power-Disney’s dodgy money-raising schemes. In particular, her ‘Kenya Project‘ has come under a great deal of scrutiny: no matter how she tries to twist them, the numbers just don’t add up.
One of the longest-standing bits of ‘evidence’ that the Hoaxtead pushers like to spew about is the alleged ‘police cover-up’ of the recording that Abraham’s brother-in-law made at his home, the night Abe and Ella brought the children home from Morocco.
In our continuing series on the genesis of the Hampstead ritual abuse hoax, we’ve looked at who started the hoax, when they started it, and how it was promoted. Ultimately, though, while players like Belinda McKenzie, Sabine McNeill, Neelu Berry, Charlotte Alton Ward, and Angela Power-Disney have all been integral to setting up and publicising…
With all this talk about Angela Fag-Ash Disney’s various lies, half-truths, and scams, it’s tempting to imagine that the Hampstead hoax is still going strong. But our team has been checking in on some of the usual suspects, and we’ve discovered that the vast majority of them seem to have dropped Hoaxtead altogether.
Well, that really told us! Angie seems to be a bit perturbed by the attention we’ve been giving her lately, so she’s appealing to a Higher Authority to shut us down. Yes, she’s put in her request to the Big Kahuna, the Capo di Tutti Capi, the Big Guy in the Sky:
Here’s a warning to Little Jakey, Angela’s latest video toy-boy: the woman lies like a rug. Seriously, she’s completely shameless.
Thanks to one of this blog’s regular commentators, we’ve now received first-hand evidence that Angela Fag-Ash Disney’s claims to have sent €8,020 to the charity Aid2Africa are false.
The further we dig into the life and adventures of Angela Fag-Ash Disney, the weirder things get. And we’re not the only ones who think so: just yesterday, she received the following request from her buddy Jim ‘Tears on my pillow’ McMenamin:
While it often feels to us as though the Hampstead cult abuse hoax looms large, we’re keenly aware that this is far from the only case of false allegations of sexual abuse on the British landscape these days.