Things have been strangely silent on the Hoaxtead front since Friday’s court decision to go ahead with proceedings against Sabine and Neelu for witness intimidation.
In general, whenever a court decision has been reached in this case, there’s been a corresponding uptick in noise from the Hoaxtead pushers: Facebook posts, videos, blog posts, you name it.
This time? Silence.
Even Angela Fag-Ash Disney has been uncharacteristically subdued (not silent—that would be too much to ask); oddly, she doesn’t seem to have an opinion on Friday’s outcome. Perhaps she’s working out how to get her ‘stolen’ passport back in time to attend the trial on 11 July.
Or perhaps, as our friends at McKenzies Devils suggest, her mind is focussed in a rather different direction:
This video raises some interesting questions about Angela’s, Jake’s, and Rupert’s eerie silence now, and their actions prior to Friday.
In particular, we wonder about Angela’s decision to release two videos featuring Sabine…on the eve of Sabine’s plea and case management hearing. This question is futher complicated by the fact that the videos were almost certainly cobbled together from bits and pieces of previous phone calls.
The breaks in continuity are audible to the naked ear, but become even more obvious when the audio is examined via analysis software:
The question is, why did Angela do this? What possible advantage could there be to the Hoaxtead cause in putting out a badly stitched-together audio in which Sabine appears to collude in making threats against RD, and speculates on her legal case?
We’ve discussed the possibility that Angela might have been throwing her erstwhile friend under the bus in an attempt to divert attention from her own dodgy activities, but that would hardly justify going to the trouble of deliberately making Sabine sound bad. (Okay, even worse than usual.)
It’s all too easy to speculate on possible reasons: could Angie have her eye on a position as Belinda’s Number Two? Does she think that by creating this video, she’ll exert some negative influence on Sabine’s court case? Is she trying to create an excuse to back out of Hoaxtead gracefully?
Or was she just hard up for something to publish, and decided, “Hey, what the heck, I’ve got all these boring Skype convos with Sabine lying about, why not have some fun and stitch them together into a video? I’m sure people won’t mind staring at an out of focus picture on a wall for half an hour. And Sabine won’t mind, right?”
Who knows? But we’re sure it’ll all become clear in time.
After all, if there’s one thing we know about Angie, it’s that her urge for attention will inevitably override her ability to keep her mouth shut.