We’ve said this before, but at the risk of becoming repetitive, we are really at a loss to explain why certain people, who’ve been arrested, tried, and convicted of actual sex crimes against children, are so beloved by the Hoaxtead mob.
Take Peter Hofschroer. (Please.)
We wrote about him back in June, when he was on trial for having 36,000 child sexual abuse images on his computers.
According to the York Press at that time:
Peter Hofschroer, 60 of no fixed address, denies 16 charges of downloading indecent images of children.
The charges relate to more than 36,000 pictures and videos on computer equipment seized from the Hofschroer family home in Rosedale Avenue, Acomb, on December 7, 2012, from a laptop carried by Peter Hofschroer at York Magistrates Court on December 1, 2014, and on computer equipment found in an Irish car driven by Peter Hofschroer in November and December 2014.
The jury has heard when some of the charges were laid, Peter Hofschroer told officers among other things: “Your police force is utterly corrupt”, “I am an investigative journalist, you are trying to stitch me up”, “have you ever tried to catch a real criminal” and “I have enough evidence to put half of you in jail.”
Thirty-six thousand images and videos. And each of those images or videos represents the sexual abuse and exploitation of at least one infant or child. That is a lot of sexually abused babies and children.
Mr Hofschroer was found guilty on 11 July, just as Neelu and Sabine’s own trial was beginning, and now he is in the process of being extradited to his native Austria.
But rather than rejoice that a convicted paedophile has been convicted and will likely be shipped back to his own country for imprisonment, Neelu is exhorting her followers to support Mr Hofschroer by attending his extradition hearing, and to visit him in prison to hear his side of the story.
You see, according to Neelu (and Sabine before her) Mr Hofschroer is not a paedophile; he is a hero. A victim of a massive stitch-up, in which (for reasons known only to the Powers-that-Be) he has been targetted, vilified, and had massive numbers of child sexual abuse images planted on his computers.
Oh, and the police didn’t just plant the images on the computers: through some sort of internet voodoo, they were able to implant them remotely. Amazing what they can do these days.
Neelu throws up the straw-man argument of “Grandma B”, Mr Hofschroer’s elderly mother, “a frail, 87 year old wheelchair-bound widow”. Apparently this lady is now in the care of her other son, with whom Mr Hofschroer has had an ongoing dispute…but somehow, Neelu and the rest of the conspiraloons who support this convicted paedophile have tried to turn the focus of the case on the whereabouts of Grandma B, rather than on the welfare of the children in the 36,000 images and videos Mr Hofschroer has managed to collect.
Mr Hofschroer is far from the only convicted child abuser supported by the Hoaxtead mob. They continue to support people like Brian Pead, and they remain friends with fraudster Terence Ewing, who has connections to several convicted predatory paedophiles—some with links to renowned paedophile Sydney Cooke, according to our friends at the blog Order of Truth.
Ewing has been a partner in two businesses in which convicted paedophiles have been his partners.
Euston Trust was a company in which Ewing’s business partner was convicted paedophile Keith Hammerton from Battersea, in London.
Hammerton was imprisoned in 2006 at Guildford Crown Court for 6 years for 10 counts of indecent assaults on boys which occurred between 1975 and 1981. The three boys involved were all under 16 years of age when the offences occurred at a children’s home in Woking, Surrey, where Hammerton held a position of trust as a House Warden. Two further charges of indecent assault, one of serious sexual assault and one of perverting the course of justice were left on file.
Another business partner of Ewing’s is a particularly nasty predatory paedophile named Roger Gleaves. They were in business as debt collectors together with Gleaves’ two sons, Floyd and Graeme, in a company called Mephistopheles.
Gleaves used several aliases, including ‘The Bishop of Medway’, and was often referred to in the press as ‘The Bogus Bishop’. Gleaves would search the streets of London around train and bus stations for runaways in need of help, and would offer them a bed in one of his many squats. He would then claim welfare payments for each one and secrete the money in various bank accounts in the names of his aliases.
With the children under his control, Gleaves would embark on a campaign of violent abuse against them, and would select whichever one he wanted to become part of his perverted sexual urges as and when he desired.
Gleaves set up various charities and ‘churches’ as part of his scams and to gain access to vulnerable people – especially children.
Gleaves was first exposed as a preying on vulnerable boys in the 1970s when a television documentary, ‘Johnny Come Home’, exposed the plight of runaways from the north of England ending up on the streets of London. The Sunday People also exposed Gleaves more than 30 years ago.
His convictions for abuse against boys goes back to 1959 when he was arrested for “attempting to commit a serious unnatural act” on a 14 year-old boy, for which Gleaves received a 3 year sentence.
In 1998 Gleaves was imprisoned for 15 years at the Old Bailey for abusing two 14 year-old schoolboys.
During the time Gleaves was free to do as he wished he was the subject of many press reports in mainstream media. However, each time the police investigated they could find no evidence which would lead to putting Gleaves behind bars.
Gleaves also had links to an international network of paedophiles operated by the notorious Sydney Cooke through links with other convicted predatory paedophiles.
Although there is no evidence that Ewing has been involved in child abuse or paedophilia, his connections to notorious predatory paedophiles are well-known. With those links going deep into the worlds of the likes of Sydney Cooke we would think that anyone would at least think twice before welcoming such a person – who also has a history of fraud – into an organisation claiming to represent vulnerable people where children are involved.
So Neelu’s impassioned defence of Mr Hofschroer isn’t just an isolated incident. The Hoaxtead mob has a disturbing habit of supporting some extremely unsavoury people…all the while banging the drum of “protect our children from paedophiles” and pointing their fingers towards an imaginary child-abuse cult in Hampstead.
It’s a classic case of throwing up smoke to distract attention from what’s really going on: from Angela Fag-Ash Disney’s marriage to an alleged paedophile (which she laughs about) to Sabine and Belinda’s fondness for a man who, though never convicted of paedophilia himself, is besties with those who are; to Sabine and Neelu’s defence of a convicted paedophile…and yet somehow, their deluded followers never pause to ask themselves why the Hoaxteaders’ pet paedophiles are all ‘victims of stitch-ups’, while the blameless parents, teachers, and clergy of Hampstead are all presumed guilty.
This isn’t an idle question: we think it points to something foul and disturbing that lies at the heart of the Hampstead SRA hoax’s promoters.
At some point, one wonders when the police will begin to ask questions about the strange preponderance of paedophiles amongst a group of people who describe themselves as ‘children’s rights advocates’, and yet who will admit when pressed that they have never won a single case, nor protected a single child from harm.
We suspect the answers will be very interesting indeed.