Has it really been more than a year since Mrs Justice Pauffley signed that court order telling Sabine and Ella to stop spreading lies about Hoaxtead, or face the legal consequences?
That order was made on 15 February, 2015…and has really cut back on the number of illegal posts, videos, and comments about the school, the church, the children, the alleged cult, and RD.
Haha, just kidding. No, it hasn’t.
So we weren’t even a tiny bit surprised to find Sabine’s latest blog post was chock-full of links to posts about the Hampstead hoax. Apparently someone on Twitter alerted her to Chris Everard’s giant steaming pile of…er, links. And Sabine, of course, was all over that:
Just to drive home the point, she has to add a bunch of self-indulgent blather about what a hero she is to ‘oppose deception’, and how a report titled ‘Satanist Ritual Abuse of Children’ (written by an SRA-promoter on behalf of an evangelical Christian group that thinks Satan really does walk among us) advocates (gasp!) a ‘thorough re-consideration of court cases, police and legal procedures’.
Naming no names, right Sabine? Nudge, nudge.
She just cannot resist a little snivelling self-pity along the way, though, pointing out that the CPS and police ‘conspire and collude’ to put poor innocent German whistleblowers with gimpy hips behind bars when they ought to be out looking for those pesky baby-eating Satanists!
We almost haven’t the heart to tell her that the police and CPS have other jobs too, like keeping dangerous lunatics from leading campaigns of harassment against innocent citizens, or intimidating witnesses by publishing their statements online. You know, minor little things.
She did manage not to mention the word ‘Hampstead’ in the extract above, but this is Sabine’s blog, so of course there’s this lovely line-up of links in the sidebar:
No, Officer, no Hampstead posts here! Honest!
Really, we have trouble understanding how a woman who claims to have invented theories to rival Einstein’s (we are not kidding, she really did say this) cannot understand a simple directive: stop talking about the Hampstead hoax, already!
It’s not as if she doesn’t understand the consequences, either. How many times has she been arrested over the past few months? Does this not indicate that perhaps she might want to reconsider her actions, if only to keep herself out of prison?