Yesterday we received an email that clearly breached certain bail conditions of a pending criminal case. Fortunately, several of the original recipients realised the precarious legal situation this email placed them in, and forwarded copies to us. Copies have also been sent to others, including the police and CPS.
As for the topic of the email, it refers an appeal hearing in respect of the case we identified last November, which was publicised at Belinda McKenzie’s ‘Forced Adoptions’ event at the Theatro Technis.
It seems that the Hoaxtead gang are now directly targetting DC Steve Martin, whose ABE interviews of RD’s children were illegally obtained and distributed across the internet by ‘person or persons unknown’, including but not limited to Ella.
In an ‘affidavit’ that reeks of Freeman of the Land woo, the mother states that her 6 children were “kidnapped and held hostage by the State for slave trading to Cyprus as political slaves”.
Whatever a ‘political slave’ is.
She tries to claim that DC Martin was “implicated in an Independent Police Complaint Commission report…in respect of another case, in which allegations made by two children in Hampstead in September 2014 were not taken seriously by him and his team, were not investigated and the evidence of crimes by Police, priests, teachers and head-teachers of satanic ritual abuse were covered up”.
Let’s say this once more, just in case anyone is listening: the IPCC report did not say that the original investigation was incorrectly handled. Neelu is correct in stating that there is no evidence to the effect that the IPCC recommended criminal action against DC Martin; anyone reading the report can see that nothing of the kind was suggested.
However, this didn’t stop the mother from making this claim, and others, equally egregious, in her ‘affidavit’. She alleges that “the IPCC recommended DC Steve Martin and others…be investigated by their professional body and for criminal charges to be brought against him and others, for covering up crimes by public servants, destroying evidence, failing to make arrests when arrest criteria was met…yet he and others were allowed to give evidence on 14 December 2015 in the above case in which he and others had behaved unprofessionally in the same way in my children’s case by asking leading questions and relying on evidence fabricated by his colleagues”.
To us, this sounds a great deal less like a legal affidavit, and a great deal more like a typical Hoaxteader rant, full of big words and faux legal phrases that go nowhere and mean nothing.
Frankly, if we were DC Martin, we might be considering legal action of our own at this point.