It would not be an overstatement to say that all hell broke loose in the courtroom during the final day of Neelu and Sabine’s trial on charges of conspiracy to commit witness intimidation. Hold onto your hats, readers—this will be a bumpy ride.
Disorder in the court!
From the start of the morning’s proceedings, Neelu was on her feet attempting to arrest the judge on charges of…oh, you know. The usual. Treason, fraud, kidnapping, false arrest, no authority, etc. She asked if he could be removed from duties, and unsurprisingly, he said he could not.
The judge asked her to sit down and be quiet, but she continued ranting at him.
Finally, the judge said that either Neelu would have to leave or he would. At this point, he called for a 5 minute recess.
Outside the courtroom, various supporters of the defendants were heard complaining that they were being silenced by the courts.
As we reported on Friday, the judge directed the jury to acquit, which they did. However, as we mentioned, gagging orders are being drafted against Neelu and Sabine. When the reality of this hit the public gallery, there was much muttering and loud commenting.
While the jury was filing out of the room, a member of the public gallery stood up and asked the court whether the defendants’ supporters would be able to speak to jury members now. The judge said they could not, which seemed to incite the public gallery further.
A woman whose 6 children have been taken into care stood up and began shouting that the courts had stolen her children. This prompted Neelu to jump up again and start shouting over the judge, ranting at the court that they were all responsible for baby-stealing, Satanic rituals, and baby killing.
Judge Worsley ordered her to sit down and warned her that any further outbursts would result in her being taken down to the cells for contempt of court.
Then Neelu’s solicitor Aseem Taj (who co-incidentally also represents Ella Draper) stood up and shouted, “Research the Hampstead coverup! This judge is trying to to shut my client up so she doesn’t expose the satanic cult paedophiles!”
Judge Worsley shouted at him to shut up, to which Mr Taj responded, “No, you shut up!
“They’re all killing babies!” he shouted at one point, adding that the court was responsible for allowing cult members to rape, murder, and eat babies and children.
Judge Worsley ordered him to sit down, and mention was made of referring Mr Taj to the Solicitors’ Regulation Authority. Mr Taj stormed out of the courtroom, shouting as he left.
The judge said he wanted the recordings of today’s events sent to him immediately.
Mr Taj seems to have made a serious career-limiting move today, and it would appear that Neelu and Sabine and their followers have managed to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory, as the court is unlikely to show much lenience in the face of this graphic demonstration of their tactics.