Hoaxtead watchers who attended Neelu and Sabine’s trial in July might remember a rather comical character who turned up in court the first morning, before proceedings got under way. Introducing himself loudly and officiously as “Edward William Ellis, Equity Lawyer”, he attempted to stall the trial by claiming that he had recently filed claims against “Public Paedophile Protection Frauds by Public officers” which he alleged were being covered up by “those placed in most senior positions of public service, including those at Blackfriars Crown Court”.
Speaking at top volume so as to be recorded into the trial’s official tapes, Mr Ellis made the extraordinary request that Judge Worsley recuse himself from the trial, since he was one of those implicated in the aforementioned Public Paedophile Protection Frauds. Mr Ellis’ argument, it seems, hinged on the fact that he had filed his claim at the High Court, and that this trumped a mere Crown Court case, and therefore Neelu and Sabine’s trial must be suspended until the High Court case was concluded.
Judge Worsley politely declined to accept this line of reasoning, and Mr Ellis, who is in fact a struck-off solicitor, appeared somewhat disgruntled, but stuck around for the rest of the day’s proceedings.
We’re telling you that story so we can tell you this one…
It seems that Edward William Ellis, Equity Lawyer, is now in some serious hot water.
We listened carefully to one of Neelu’s latest rants, and in amongst all the dishonouring and treasons and lack of remedies, it seems that Mr Ellis’s attempt to stall Neelu and Sabine’s trial last summer has led to a charge of contempt of court, and on Friday he attended a hearing at the Royal Courts of Justice, in front of Mr Justice Eady.
While Neelu rattled on, one of our team found the real reason Mr Ellis is facing prison: he is currently subject to a General Civil Restraint Order, which prohibits him from bringing certain cases to court.
So when he attempted to file the claim to stop Neelu and Sabine’s trial, it seems that Mr Ellis was putting himself in contempt of court.
If Neelu is correct (and we grant that this is a rather large ‘if’), a committal application arose during Friday’s hearing, and was then changed to “directions for committal”—which could mean that Mr Ellis faces a prison sentence.
We’ll be following this case with some interest.
And meanwhile, outside the RCJ:
Another of Mr Ellis’ clients is well known to us: John Paterson, noted Hoaxtead mobster, death threat issuer, and anti-Semite, offered up this video of his vigil outside the RCJ during Mr Ellis’ hearing:
Keep an eye on John’s nose: it will look quite different by the end of this three and a half minute video.
We’re still trying to work out exactly who the fellow in the reflective vest is: some of our team vote for “homeless bloke who didn’t like being filmed”, while others are suggesting he could have been with the Sky News team who had their cameras set up around the square. John seems to think he might have been a Council worker:
John yells at him and demands he “get over here”, and although we cannot see what happens after that, it seems that the man spits at John, and there is a scuffle, with a great deal of grunting and shouting.
Orange Vest does not seem to be a native English speaker, so it’s hard to tell exactly what happens while the camera is out of commission, but eventually we hear John ask a bystander whether he saw what happened. The bystander quite sensibly says he would have walked away; John responds that Orange Vest spat at him, which apparently in his mind justified the fisticuffs.
John certainly emerges looking somewhat the worse for wear.
All in all, a very exciting day at the RCJ…and we didn’t even get into the crystal-planting expedition undertaken by Neelu, Penny Pullen, Lee Cant, and friend.