Neelu’s been a busy girl lately, finding new and creative ways to violate the restraining order that was imposed on her on the final day of the trial last month. Just yesterday, for example, she managed to fit in two violations, as she vies with Sabine for first place in their race to a prison cell.
As you might recall, the specific wording of the restraining order is as follows:
- Contacting, directly or indirectly by herself or by any person acting as her agent, or by any means whatsoever, any of the following persons: (Names of four witnesses redacted—EC)
ANY PERSON WHO TO THE KNOWLEDGE OF NEELU BERRY, IS OR HAS BEEN CLERGY AT CHRISTCHURCH, HAMPSTEAD SQUARE, LONDON, NW3, OR STAFF OR A PUPIL AT CHRISTCHURCH PRIMARY SCHOOL, CHRISTCHURCH HILL, LONDON, NW3.
2. Not to enter area detailed on attached map
3. Not to make public in any way, including on the internet by any blog or otherwise including by re-publication of material already made public before the making of this order;
A. Anything relating to any persons set out in Paragraph 1 above;
B. Any allegations of cannibalism, sexual child abuse or satanism, at any time at or in relation to Christchurch or Christchurch Primary School.
This seems pretty clear to us.
So here’s what Neelu put up on her Facebook page yesterday:
The violation is to be found in the link we’ve circled, above, which leads to a series of court transcripts, including the following:
Fairly self-evident, we think. Ticks all the boxes.
Later in the afternoon, Neelu posted this:
There follows an almost completely incomprehensible ‘transcript’ of the first five days of the trial. It’s not only full of inaccuracies (claiming, for example, that the judge agreed to allow the jury to be asked whether they were practising Satanists, when he rejected this idea), but it contains such deathless prose as:
We have food in both counts
Mass material MG5 MG6 assists. Dump is not an accurate strike.
Sorry, we’ve got nothing either.
Strangely, Neelu leaves out any mention of the sixth day, when Neelu, Lee Cant, and solicitor Aseem Taj kicked off in court, creating complete pandemonium and culminating in the two restraining orders being issued.
None of this, of course, violates her restraining order.
But this does:
14:20 PC: oath to god
Steven attridge: PDC, incumbent at Christ church, to witness statements 1st of April 2015 incident on 22nd of March and on the 29th of March
PC: And another seven Sundays….
Yes, Neelu has included synopses of all four witnesses’ testimony. The same witnesses named in her restraining order. The witnesses she is not supposed to mention online.
Yesterday’s violations are not the first, sad to say. Allowing Neelu to violate her restraining order with no apparent consequences is allowing her to make a mockery of the law.
We sincerely hope that these latest violations will inspire the police to take quick and decisive action. This would go some way toward restoring people’s faith in their ability to protect the innocent families, teachers, and clergy of Hampstead.