Hands up, everyone who knew that in addition to her multitude of English blogs (50+ at last count), Sabine also runs a blog in German. No, we weren’t aware either. At least, not until one of our sharp-eyed readers pointed it out to us.
It’ll come as no surprise, then, to discover that Sabine has posted a blog there titled “Was mir passierte, nachdem ich in London organisierten Kindermissbrauch aufdeckte“. Translation: “What happened to me after I reported organised child abuse in London”.
The blog post is date-stamped 31 July 2016, so there’s no way for her to argue that she wasn’t aware of the restraining order. The post starts with a reference to Sabine’s pre-trial trip to Brussels:
This very interesting conversation was held in March 2016 in Brussels, while the London police were still insisting that I stay in my apartment. Luckily, thanks to the EuroStar, Brussels is a day-trip from London.
The travel ban was one of the conditions imposed on me after I was arrested on 4 August 2015 at the Royal Courts of Justice. A dear former neighbour from Buschower had accompanied me to be a witness to whether my return, after six months’ exile in Spandau, was to take me to jail. The arrest can be viewed here:
What was my ‘crime’?
On behalf of a mother, I had threatened a judge: either give her her children back, or we would turn to the online world.
In November 2014 the Russian mother had contacted me on the basis of my website, because she was looking for help to get her two children returned to her care. The police had removed them, claiming that she and her partner would be a danger to her children, then 8 and 9 years old.
During their summer vacation the children had broken a pact with their English father, who had threatened to kill them if they told the mother what he was doing to them and other children, as head of a cult.
The details the children described about their abuse could not be invented, unless they had actually experienced them. The children also included drawings of the genitalia of their abusers:
However, High Court Judge Pauffley decided in her judgement that it was all fantasies, although medical reports confirmed anal scarring. But the judge said the injuries pointed not to the father, but to the current boyfriend of the mother.
The drawings were also suppressed by the police; the judge, therefore, never saw them.
The mother and I fled at the same time in February 2015 because of two documents issued by the secret family court, which threatened us with jail.
The mother was also visited by a minibus of nine police officers who wanted to pick her up. She escaped through the back door, while a lawyer, through a closed door, insisted on a court order. This conversation was inter alia recorded, and became one of many videos that the children’s supporters produced.
While I was living in my nephew’s apartment in Spandau, Interpol had been alerted and the London police had searched my apartment. An arrest warrant was made, and enacted on 4 August 2015.
This was the first of four arrests, three crimes against me, a six-day-long court process in which I emerged the winner, and other court hearings involving money, not prison.
I’m going to tell more about this to my clients. I have reason to lead the Buschower Birthday culture in Märkische Heide further and visit the Friesenhof with English friends.
The Havelland happens to have become my soul home!
Funnily enough, Sabine seems to have neglected a few facts here, including that pesky restraining order that should have prevented her from writing this post in the first place.
We’re sure the courts will be very interested in this, so we’ve forwarded it along to the police on Sabine’s behalf.