For some time now, we’ve been talking about how the actions of the Hoaxtead mobsters, rather than protecting children from predators, are in fact aiding and abetting paedophiles, whether online or in person.
Over the months that we’ve been following the Hampstead Hoax and its Merry Band of Hoaxateers, we’ve almost become accustomed to the ‘Freeman on the land’ bilge that some of them spout. There’s Neelu, of course, with her £13 trillion liens and her remedies and her oaths of office and arresting judges and whatnot.
Further to Sabine McNeill’s plea and case management hearing on Monday, we have now learned that her trial on charges of having violated her restraining order will begin the week of 9th January, 2017. We have had no word yet on how long it’s expected to take.
Since almost the very beginning of the Hampstead SRA hoax, a major problem has been the massive proliferation of Hoaxtead-related videos on YouTube. Volunteers have devoted hundreds of hours to the thankless task of reporting videos that violate Mrs Justice Pauffley’s original court order, and YouTube’s terms of service.
As we noted on Friday, Sabine McNeill appeared at Blackfriars Crown Court this morning.
It’s always entertaining to watch Hoaxtead mobsters tear one another to shreds, and they’ve been doing a champion job lately, as we mentioned last week. Things seem to have escalated in the past couple of days, though, as the Hoaxateers vie to see who can be first to accuse the others of being ‘assets’ or…
One of our team members recently noticed that an apparent newcomer had set up housekeeping over on YouTube, and had begun uploading videos like there was no tomorrow. None of the videos were new; all came from a variety of older accounts, but they all shared one thing in common: they preached the Gospel According…