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.
Sadly, all her might has only netted her 249 signatures where she’d hoped for 100,000. And is it our imagination, or has the petition’s title and text morphed since we last saw it? In fairness, we should note that the petition actually belongs to Neelu’s dear friend Lee Cant, a smart decision given that Neelu should really not be seen to be attempting to lead a petition to have charges against herself and Sabine dropped.
We’re fairly certain that such a move would be frowned upon by the court. So isn’t it fortunate that Lee Cant is such a good friend, and willing to host it for her?
We won’t even get into the text of the petition, which seems to us quite prejudicial…but then, we’re not lawyers.
And that’s not all, folks…
In addition to the petition, Neelu is pushing this gem: a speech made by her co-defendant…er, friend Sabine McNeill on Wednesday, 22 July at (of all places) the European Parliament.
This gave us pause. We were under the impression that Neelu was not allowed to be in contact with Sabine, whether in person, by telephone or email, or via the internet.
Just to be on the safe side, we called the CPS to let them know. Can’t be too careful, really.
Sabine’s set piece starts at 1:11:00 or thereabouts, and is really the same bilge she spouts regularly at these events: “Child snatching…blah blah…forced adoptions…blah blah…mind the gap, evil social workers, secret family courts, my pain and suffering, blah blah blah”. We’re sure you know the drill.
Whatever one thinks of the final results of Thursday’s referendum, an undeniably positive result is that Sabine may finally be denied this particular platform in future. Thank goodness for small mercies.