It’s been some time since we heard from our old friend Tracey Morris. Last we heard, she was involved in raising funds for her own pseudo-charity, ‘Civil Rights Defenders’ (no relation to the respected Sweden-based non-governmental organisation with the same name), which was apparently a thinly veiled excuse to barge about the countryside involving herself in other people’s business before leaving their lives a total shambles.
Yesterday though, Tracey turned up on Angela Fag-Ash Disney’s live-streamed bilge-fest. And while she was there, she did something very, very foolish.
First, a bit of background…
In July 2015, during the build-up to Ella’s appeal at the Royal Courts of Justice, Tracey and her kids were living in Belinda’s basement. She was accompanying Belinda to the RCJ for her regular vigils, and on at least one occasion was filmed shouting abuse about RD and the Hampstead case.
As a result, both Belinda and Tracey were served with an injunction demanding that they cease and desist, or face the penalty of law.
Tracey blustered and bellowed about this for a while, claiming that it didn’t really apply to her as she hadn’t been properly ‘served’ (it did and does apply, and injunctions aren’t ‘served’, they are simply signed into force).
And then she more or less disappeared, surfacing only to promote her copy-cat ‘charity’ last spring.
So now what’s she done?
Tracey was back in fighting form on Angie’s ‘show’ last night. She made a number of bizarre claims—she beat up Gerry Adams in her front garden, and he fled Ireland because he was terrified of Tracey; she is immune to any social worker trying to question her parenting skills, as they will be instantly fired by the judge; she was responsible for having Sabine freed from custody after her first arrest in August 2015.
And then…she stepped in it. She began ranting about the Hampstead SRA hoax, and in particular about RD and his children.
Speaking of the children, Tracey said, “I do believe we’ll never see them again”, since by the time they’re teens they’ll be able to escape the cult and tell their story. “Do you really think that [the cult is] going to let them grow up and escape and tell the story and details of what happened?”
She stated that the cult cannot let the children go: “RD has to be sure those kids are never seen in the public domain again”. She alleged that RD “is going to bring them to California so they can be sacrificed, and never seen again. Or maybe they’ll be injected with micro-doses of cancer or something [the idea being to kill them but make it look like natural causes]”.
Tracey carried on in this vein for some time, reiterating her views that Ella should have turned to the Russian mafia for help in ‘dealing with’ RD, among other things.
Basically, she has now publicly violated last summer’s injunction…with knobs on. However, she’s not scared. She says she still has the gagging order, but “it’s not worth the paper it’s written on”.
She seems to believe that the police cannot touch her: “I said come for me, and they didn’t”.
This reminds us of another Hoaxtead mobster who was utterly confident that he was ‘un-arrestable’. In fact, as we recollect, he made comments about his ability to outrun the coppers, and stated he would “box their ears” if they attempted to arrest him.
Didn’t quite work out that way, but hey, it was fun while it lasted.