Talk about irony: Sabine and Neelu both had to sit through a day and a half of witness testimony last week, during which they heard from four individuals they’d terrorised and defamed, who described their feelings of being hunted, of being unsafe in their own homes, and of having no recourse in law.
We’d been wondering what happened at Belinda’s Highgate Bunker following Monday’s courtroom excitement. Now, thanks to one of our intrepid readers, we have the full story.
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…
In the aftermath of Neelu and Sabine’s ‘not guilty’ verdict on charges of conspiracy to commit witness intimidation, the Hoaxtead mob enjoyed a brief moment of gloating, writing blog posts like Sabine’s “Happy ending under the Shard!” in which they celebrated their great victory.
Yesterday in the Blackfriars Crown Court, HH Judge Worsley issued two restraining orders to Neelu Berry and Sabine McNeill.
Yesterday we described the extraordinary events that took place in Court 2 at Blackfriars Crown Court, when Aseem Taj, Neelu Berry’s solicitor, took it upon himself to approach the jury to inform them that his client was “being silenced” and that she was a victim of a cover up by the paedophile satanists (including HH…
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.
We’re taking a brief break from reporting on Sabine and Neelu’s trial, which concludes tomorrow, to give a quick nod to our old friend Angela Fag-Ash Disney. Apparently we’ve offended the poor old trout, and she won’t have it, do you hear? She just won’t have it!
Even before Mrs Justice Pauffley read her judgement in the fact-finding case regarding RD’s children on 19 March 2015, she had issued a court order that was supposed to have kept the Hampstead hoax from exploding online.
This week we have been covering the trial of Neelu Berry and Sabine McNeill, who have been charged with conspiracy to commit witness intimidation. We have been compiling our daily posts based on contributions from various people who’ve been attending the trial. As we mentioned yesterday, the plan for today was for admissions to be…