One of the ongoing complaints the Hoaxtead pushers have made about the police investigation in September 2014 is that none of the other supposed victims were interviewed. If they had been, this argument runs, they would have corroborated the story RD’s children told the police.
As we read through the report from the IPCC investigation, however, we came across this fascinating bit of information: It’s true that none of the other children at Christ Church Primary School were interviewed by police.
They were, however, interviewed by social workers from Children and Social Care, as it was felt that this would be less traumatic for young children than sending police in to speak with them.
While the interviews were conducted in order to determine whether the so-called ‘special children’ at the school were in need of protection from the alleged cult, the social workers were also listening carefully for any further allegations that might corroborate what RD’s children were saying.
None of the children interviewed mentioned any concerns.
We can hear the Hoaxtead mob screaming now: “But RD’s children were super brave and honest, and told the truth even though they were afraid! They’re not like those other children!”
We would suggest that in fact, RD’s children differed from their peers in one important respect: they had been beaten, kicked, suffocated, and threatened into saying exactly what a pathological criminal wanted them to say. As soon as P and Q felt they were free from Abe & Ella’s influence, they said what they’d been wanting to say all along: the truth.
Whilst we have been aware for quite some time that some of ’20 special children’ had indeed been interviewed, out of respect for the innocent families that had suffered enough intrusion into their lives we have tried to refrain from placing them and their children in the spotlight.
We feel that those families, and particularly their children, need to recover from the harassment and false allegations they’ve suffered over the past year and a half. Their right to privacy and healing is greater than what the conspiraloons see as their right to know.
However, the IPCC report now confirms what we have known all along: the ’20 special children’ and their families were interviewed, and there was no corroboration of P and Q’s allegations.