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.
CSC reported to the police that the ’20 special children’ had made no substantiating allegations about abuse of any sort.
One of our regular commenters, SatanicViews, reminded us that Sabine had expressed her intention of hiring a private investigator to look into the ‘special families’ in search of further victims:
Here’s a transcript of that part of the conversation:
Sabine: It’s a highly targeted and in that sense remarkably sharp version of what he’s so far put onto the blog posts. [She’s referring to the letters which Angie claims were sent to her community last winter; ‘he’ would be RD, whom they both suspect of running this blog.]
I mean I don’t follow it, I can’t take the negativity and my first attempt to WordPress to get it…to take it down didn’t succeed, I only got, thanks to Jacqui’s help…I eventually got the one down about my sick note and bail conditions.
I must take another approach, another effort to talk to WordPress because this is just too much and especially maybe because—and this is how I feel—I’ve got a crowd for justice behind me now.
For me because we are up against, on terms of victims, we know who they are are, but on terms of grouping of perpetrators besides RD, and Belinda always felt we need to go after RD and I said, ‘No!’ I want to go…I now want to get…and that’s the other angle that Liz Watson gave me, is an investigative company for which we need to raise funds because they can do all sorts of other things.
I want to get children—all of the 20 children of…I mean, if A & G can’t be found at least the other 18 and their parents….I want to know how many of them have been adopted for the purpose of being abused. This is not just about RD and…police….
Angela: The other 19 children—because Ella clarified this in an interview with me—she said it’s another 19 families, many of them have 2 children, some of them have 3 children—so it’s not just the other 18 or the other 19 children, it’s the other 19 families with at least 2 children, many of them.
Sabine: That’s interesting, good to know, I mean I haven’t numbered the names of the children that she….
Angela: Adopted or fostered.
Sabine: All of them?
Angela: Not all of them, but many of them are adopted children or fostered children, many of them, and I fear, and I think this is another common thread that we definitely need a legal team, we, you know, there’s so many, there’s so many…you know, I understand your frustration, who do I sue, how do I sue them, how do I go forward with the case, we definitely need a legal team.
Angie is correct in only one respect here: the Hoaxtead pushers are definitely going to need a good legal team if indeed they’ve been paying someone to investigate the families and children named by Ella & Abe, so that they can pursue their campaign of harassment even further.
We wonder what, precisely, Sabine means when she states, “I want to get children—all of the 20 children of…I mean, if A & G can’t be found at least the other 18 and their parents….I want to know how many of them have been adopted for the purpose of being abused”.
Does she “want to get” them in the sense that Maria MacMahon and her friends “wanted to get” RD’s children? If so, she should be prepared for the consequences.
These families and children have already gone through enough. The IPCC investigation report demonstrates what we’ve known all along: no abuse of any kind took place.
And we can guarantee that any further unwarranted intrusion into these families will be met with the full force of the law.