One of Sabine McNeill’s lesser-known protegés, Peter Bellett, appeared at Llanelli Magistrates’ Court yesterday, entering no plea to a charge of unlawful wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm to Michael Irons, a pharmacist, on 5 December 2016. Mr Bellett was arrested at Garnant Pharmacy, Garnant, following a knife attack. He will next appear at Swansea Crown Court on 6 January 2017, according to the South Wales Guardian.
In the comments section of the same article, one Sabine K. McNeill states:
Dear Editor and readers,
I have known Peter Bellett for many years, since he came to meetings at the House of Commons that I organised.
As a result, I published a blog for him – with his little book “Simply My Truth”: http://www.peterbellett.wordpress.com for him.
You may want to see Peter’s action in the light of his life’s experiences, and not just as an isolated incident, just as the pharmacist and the Mayor are portrayed here in the light of their professional activities.
Mind the Gaps: between short- and long-term thinking, the memory of social media and the quick pace of mainstream media!…
Sabine K McNeill
Publisher of 33 websites promoting Open Justice
p.s. Hope the pharmacist recovers quickly from his stab wounds!
Haha, just kidding. Sabine didn’t wish the pharmacist a speedy recovery. We just made that part up.
Instead, she urged people to visit yet another of her websites, where Mr Bellett is portrayed as (surprise!) a “whistleblower” and victim of “organised white collar crime”.
We have no idea what happened at the Garnant Pharmacy, and it would be wrong at this point to speculate, but if we’re reading Sabine correctly, she seems to be saying that if the authorities had taken a conspiracy theorist’s ideas more seriously, he might not be facing charges today.