Well, wouldn’t you just know it? No sooner had we finished writing a post here about how none of the Hoaxtead mob had so much as blinked at the news that Sabine had entered a plea of guilty and had been sentenced to 12 months’ conditional discharge for having violated her restraining order, than we discovered that Neelu had just posted a video on that very subject.
If we didn’t know better, we’d suspect it was a plot to discredit us.
Anyhoo…we assigned one of our team to watch the video. Here’s their summary:
Agent K here. Why do I always draw the short straw on these things? And who used up the last of the coffee? As soon as I’m done here I’m lodging a complaint, see if I don’t.
So Neelu is saying she’s going to court next week to find out whether she’ll be charged, but she allows as how there’s been one teeny-tiny development this week: Sabine was in court, and the judge said that it was a minor offence, or not intentional or something, and has given Sabine a 12-month conditional discharge.
Neelu is lying through her beaver-like teeth here, by the way. The judge didn’t say that; he said Sabine was acting in defiance of the law. It was Sabine’s own barrister who called it a minor offence, and…well, he would, wouldn’t he?
Neelu goes through her usual palaver about how the restraining order isn’t real because there was “no case to answer” (not true: they were found not guilty, and we’ve explained about 100 times that the RO is indeed valid in these circumstances). Oh, and now she wants to know who made the complaints: “The real thing is to find out who is alleging they’re harassed”.
Blah blah blah covering up for abuses of human rights blah blah abusing process of law blah blibber blabber committing perjury yadda yadda yadda…
Oh, here’s a good bit: Neelu reveals how she got nicked last month. Apparently she went in to see how Lee Cant was doing, and the cops picked her up in the police station waiting area! They handcuffed her and locked her up in the same cell from which they’d just discharged poor Lee.
And then—oh joy!—they put Neelu through a mental health assessment. Can I hear ‘amen’?
She says she told the police officer who recommended the assessment that he was impersonating a psychiatrist. (Hint to Neelu: when undergoing a mental health assessment, don’t admit that you have delusions that people are impersonating other people.)
Turns out that the reason the assessment was recommended was because of some papers they found in Neelu’s trolley…which had been drafted by EDWARD W. ELLIS, EQUITY LAWYER. (Sorry for the all-caps. That is actually how he talks.) As it happens, those papers were actually meant to be served on the police, but for some reason they refused them, can’t think why.
So at this point Neelu says she informed the mental health team that she didn’t require their services (snort), that she was a qualified pharmacist who specialised in mental health, and that she had successfully overseen the discharge of dozens of patients into the community.
You know what’s weird about this bit is that for a few seconds there, she actually sounded lucid. You could sort of see who she used to be, before she went round the bend. Sad.
…And then she went right back into “she didn’t believe the mental health team were acting honourably, and she’d be issuing them with cease and desist orders and charging them with treason, etc., etc., etc.”
Oddly, she said the mental health team looked “pretty dazed” when they walked out, and said they’d notify her about their decision. Neelu told them she wasn’t mentally ill, and that she didn’t require the presence of an appropriate adult during her questioning by the police. She then explained how people are kidnapped and held hostage for telling the truth. She put the interviewing police officer on notice of treason, on account of the IPCC report, which she claimed said that they had failed to investigate RD’s children’s allegations.
I cannot actually tell here whether she’s lying or just plain bonkers. Has she actually read the IPCC report?
I’m starting to despair here. And whoever used up the last of the coffee and didn’t replace it, if I catch up with you there will be severe consequences. Just saying.
Neelu is now saying that the restraining order was “predetermined, it was just to show off that they’re still in charge, these routine false prosecutors,that hijack the system, because we didn’t get any justice. It’s like going out in the street and restraining everybody, just to show off that you can do that, without law, without cause, without any injured party”.
I swear, she actually says this.
Oh, bloody hell. Now she’s saying that the stuff posted was all in the public domain, so there’s no way that anyone can allege that any order has been breached. And none of the judges will want to deal with any breaches of the restraining order, especially given the outcome of Sabine’s hearing on Monday…Say what?
Bunch of bunkum about how Edward Ellis’ hearing for committal on Friday last was illegal because “there was no law”…erm, except for, you know, that whole civil restraint order thingy…but who am I to argue with Neelu?
Oh, and here’s some advice from Neelu: if someone comes to your door and they don’t have a warrant, call 999 and report it as a kidnap. If you don’t phone 999, you’ve consented to being kidnapped, she claims. I’m pretty sure that’s not how it works, but hey, she’s been “illegally kidnapped” more often than I have, so what do I know?
Well, folks, there you have it: the one public response to Sabine’s brand new criminal record is…well, non-existent. Neelu didn’t once mention that her friend had pled guilty. It seems like a rather large omission to us—after all, it could have implications in her own case, should charges be laid against her next week.
But that seems to be the Hoaxtead way. See something you don’t like? Close your eyes, stick your fingers in your ears, and shout, “Treason! Remedies! Dishonour! Thirty trillion pound lien!” until it goes away.