With the trial wrapped up and restraining orders now in play, it’s really only a matter of time before Neelu Berry and Sabine McNeill make their next moves. If they’re true to form (and why would they not be?) we fearlessly predict that within the next week or two, one or both of them will find themselves unable to hold back, and a post (or video, or tweet) will land them in the soup once more.
Why, just yesterday morning we found Sabine testing the limits of her restraining order.
It put us in mind of a small and sulky child who, told to stand behind a barrier for his own good, persists in inching the toe of his shoe closer…and closer…and then just over the line…all the while casting sidelong glances to gauge any hint of reaction, and daring someone to stop him.
Note that as in Belinda’s post the day before, Sabine has opted to refer to the Hampstead hoax in oblique terms, without actually coming out and naming anyone…but it’s perfectly clear to her followers exactly what she’s talking about:
I had come across a cult some time ago. After a 6-day trial in open criminal (rather than secret family) court I was found NOT GUILTY by the judge….After lots of cover-ups of these criminal activities, members of this cult had used a female Police Constable to stitch me up….Out of revenge, cultists cut the telephone cables leading to my flat….I am restrained from making public anything about satanism, cannibalism and child sexual abuse relating to a certain place in the UK, after I helped to be the voice for voiceless children as victims.
[Side note: cultists cut her telephone cables? Really? How very odd. It seems to us that if this so-called cult were not just a figment of Sabine’s imagination, its members would not have stopped at mere vandalism in their quest to ‘get’ her. Not that we condone vandalism, but still. It does seem a bit small-scale for a group Sabine has accused of committing the most horrendous of crimes.]
Telephone cables aside, the question arises: how long will Sabine be able to content herself with snide, bitter allusions to a topic she so clearly wishes to keep talking about? In the past, when she’s been forced to shut down blogs or cease publishing certain posts, she’s always sprung back within a few days, reopening blogs and reposting banned material.
And then there’s Neelu, who’s not exactly the queen of self-control either—witness her extraordinary performance on Monday.
As you might recall from the time when her court conditions were amended to stop her from driving the CPS mad with her harassing phone calls, Neelu tends to find alternative outlets for her boundless enthusiasm for the topics of stolen children, fraud, murdered babies, treason, oaths to God, protected paedophiles, and Satanism.
During that time she inflicted her deranged calls on unfortunate receptionists at the Borough of Islington and Hackney, the Ministry of Justice, the Royal Courts of Justice, the Care Quality Commission, the Judicial Appointment & Conduct Ombudsman, the Supreme Court…you name it.
Our point is that both Sabine and Neelu were described in court as ‘delusional’, ‘obsessional’, ‘irrational’, and ‘odd’; indeed, this was the reason the judge directed the jury to find them not guilty.
His point at the time was that because of their psychological issues, neither of them appear to have the capacity to restrain themselves. We’re quite certain that a mere restraining order won’t do the job either; and so the countdown begins. Who’ll be first to breach?