We get some very interesting comments on this blog, but this one intrigued us: a person calling him/herself ‘The People of Hampstead’ wrote overnight that they found this blog offensive, distasteful, probably criminal, and generally not at all nice, and they asked us to stop what we’re doing.
Here’s what they said:
Let me get this straight. This blog is to prove that the children were not abused by a Satanic Cult. And your genius way of doing this is by getting James Hind, a Satanist, to be one of your main correspondence.
And you wonder why people still think this blog is run by the children’s father as part of the named Satanic cult?
May I also take this opportunity to remind you that threatening to commit [scienter] and or engaging in criminal acts, such as online bullying, hacking and DDOS attacks, is highly illegal and punishable with imprisonment.
For more on the subject see the following acts:
The Computer Misuse Act 1990
The Terrorism Act 2000
Malicious Communications Act 1988
Protection from Harassment Act 1996
As an ex-police military officer, I could quite easily refer this for further investigation. However; as a cyber crimes investigator, I am pretty sure Mr Hines does not have the resources or know-how to commit such offences and is just scaremongering.
Not that anyone reads his insane blog anyway! He is, perhaps, in need of some professional help to combat the issues he faced as a child?
I if this blog really does have good intentions, I strongly suggest it cleans its act up. As we see it, it damages the reputation of innocent people around Hampstead who have been wrongly accused.
The people of Hampstead do not want to be associated with people that harass others and who support Satanists.
The courts have already made its judgement and the case has been put to bed. We do not need internet trolls damaging our names any further.
Consider this a friendly warning from various people around Hampstead that are being directly effected by this blog and the damage it’s doing to us.
We have a lot of financial might to take things further if the harassment and illegal activities of this blog and related networks continue. You may think you’re doing the right thing, but you are damaging our reputations.
Please stop. This is not a childish game!
If you check the actual comment, you’ll see that a few people have already responded point by point. Then, just a short time ago, another condemning comment from another alleged Hampstead resident, ‘Jacqui’:
And El Coyote’s swift response:
Over the past year we’ve received countless notes of thanks from actual residents of Hampstead, but apparently at least one person (who may or may not live in that area) seems to feel strongly enough to wish we would just go away.
So we thought we’d open the discussion to our readers: what do you think? (And don’t worry about hurting our feelings—we’re grown-ups, and can handle a bit of constructive criticism.)
p.s. We strongly recommend that whatever your feelings, you not write directly to the email address provided by ‘Jacqui’. Unscrupulous dealers have been known to use incoming email information to determine a person’s location and identity, and we have no evidence that the person involved in this correspondence is in fact scrupulous.