All right, we’ll admit it. None of us really wanted to watch Angela Fag-Ash Disney’s inaugural production for her new ‘INDEPENDENT TELEVISION CHANNEL’ (her words—ours would be ‘MORE YOUTUBE DRIVEL, NOW WITH EXTRA DRIVEL’).
Here’s something you don’t see every day: a fiercely dedicated Hoaxtead pusher admitting that maybe, just possibly, all other things being equal and the tide don’t rise, she could have been wrong about something.
Over the past several days we’ve been reviewing some of the aspects of the IPCC report on the police investigation that took place in September 2014. Today we’d like to talk about a piece that has been the subject of much discussion amongst Hoaxtead pushers: the children’s retractions of their original allegations.
We noticed a short while ago that Belinda McKenzie’s Knight Foundation website is up and running again, after a few weeks’ absence. The front page of the site has had a facelift, but overall the site leaves us with more questions than answers.
It recently came to our attention that Abe and Ella and their legions of adoring fans (well, Kristie Sue Costa and Sonja Vangelder really, but they like to big themselves up) have been putting about a completely erroneous idea of what an IPCC report is.
Hey, who wants to talk about tattoos and distinguishing marks again? Hands up!
Just when we were beginning to think it was safe to go back on YouTube, we discover that Angela Fag-Ash Disney has put up another of her rambling, self-indulgent videos. Oh bliss, oh joy.
Neelu’s been a busy lady lately. Aside from making another spate of harassing phone calls to various charities and government agencies to demand whether they work for God or Satan, she’s been promoting her petition with all her might.
Yesterday we discussed the IPCC’s revelation that during the investigation into the original allegations made by RD’s children P and Q, other children who’d been named as potential abuse victims were interviewed by Children and Social Care.
One of the striking features of Hoaxtead is the way the internet has been used, at first to disseminate illegal images of RD’s children, then to publish false allegations against RD and the decent families, teachers, clergy, and businesses of Hampstead.