A few days ago, Neelu made another of her patented harassing phone calls, this time to the Coroner’s Office in Harrow, demanding that they provide her with details of Patrick Cullinane’s death. They quite rightly refused, explaining that since she was not a family member they could offer her no details. The details of any death are always a private matter between the Coroner and the family of the deceased, but Neelu quite clearly chose not to understand this very basic point, and continued haranguing the office.
You can hear the full call here; once again we marvel at the calm, polite approach of the recipients of Neelu’s attempted bullying:
In the text below the YouTube video, Neelu actively encourages her followers to call or write to the Coroner’s Office to demand a “full inquest” into his death.
Despite the fact that Cullinane’s own family, as well as the Coroner, have confirmed that he died of natural causes, Neelu et al are determined to turn this into yet another conspiracy theory: you see, Cullinane was “on the verge of something big”, something which would “blow the Establishment out of the water”….uh-huh….
Part of Neelu’s complaint is that the police did not allow Cullinane’s friends into the house while they were determining the situation; again, perfectly normal procedure in any situation where an unexpected death occurs. We’ve noticed, though, that troofers in general, and Hoaxtead pushers in particular, seem to labour under the false impression that the authorities ought to pander to their curiosity, allow them access to private and confidential material, simply on the basis that they want to know.
Here’s a tip, Neelu and friends: some things are none of your bloody business. No one but family was allowed to see Cullinane’s body, for the simple reason that no one but family had the right to do so.
However, that didn’t stop Neelu and friends from continuing their campaign of harassment, which has now led to threats of legal action by the Coroner’s Office (hurrah, Coroner’s Office!):
“Horrific corpse fraud”…now, there’s a phrase one doesn’t hear too often. Also, by “Million Supporters of Patrick Cullinane Inquest”, we believe Neelu means “a few crackpots and fruitloops on Facebook”.
In any case, here’s the part we liked: “Haringey Council on behalf of Harrow Council is threatening (Neelu and a couple of her friends) with legal action for DEMANDING AN INQUEST….”
And good for them, we say. In fact, we’re thinking of ringing up Haringey Council just to be sure they know the full names and addresses of the people they’re planning to take action against. We really feel it’s the least we can do.