Long-time Hoaxtead observers will likely be familiar with “violent yob” Wesley P.P. Hall, friend of Angela Power-Disney and diligent promoter of the Hampstead SRA hoax…that is when he’s not up on various charges—nearly 50 at last count.
As we discussed in a post a couple of months ago, Wesley is thoroughly disliked and mistrusted by legitimate social and environmental activists in the north west, most of whom no longer fall for his claims that he is “turning over a new leaf”…a feat he announces every few weeks, come rain or shine.
Although he runs a number of Facebook pages, not only in his own name but as “#OpDeatheaters” and “#Hampstead #OpDeatheaters”, Wesley has a very sensitive approach to the normal back and forth of social media: he instantly blocks anyone who disagrees with him or indeed anyone who questions him (and there are many).
In fact, some say one of Wesley’s few remaining friends is fellow yob-ette Emma Leyla Mohareb, whose popularity rivals that of Wesley’s. It seems they share a few hobbies in common: screaming at those who disagree with them, alienating those they claim to be “helping”, and of course sharing defamatory lies about Hoaxtead:
Such a nice couple.
So it’s with some pleasure that we announce that Wesley is due at Manchester crown court on Tuesday, 13 December, where he’s to face charges of possession of a weapon and Section 39 assault. A reader passed us this poster, which is currently being shared amongst people interested in Wesley’s fate:
In fact, we believe a Facebook page has been set up for those interested in attending Wesley’s trial. We’re sure many people in the north west will be eager to attend this case, and will want to pack a lunch and head to court!
If anyone happens to be going, please feel free to write in via our Contact Us page, and let us know how it goes. We’ll be all ears.
Correction: in an earlier version of this story we wrote that the trial would take place on Monday, 13 December 2016. Of course that should be Tuesday, 13 December. We did not create the poster announcing the trial, but should its creators wish to amend it we will be happy to repost it.
Update: We have now received an updated version of the poster, and reposted it here.