With Abe and Ella having withdrawn from the ring, Sabine and Neelu sidelined, Angela Power-Disney disqualified after her “Ella made child sex abuse videos” flub, and everyone else either charged or awaiting charges later this month, it seems almost inevitable that Kristie Sue Costa would step up and try to take over promoting the Hampsterad SRA hoax.
So it came as no surprise yesterday when she posted this petition, addressed to the UK Independent Police Complaints Commission.
Let us pause here for a discreet snicker: apparently Kristie Sue has not cottoned onto the fact that the IPCC has already released its report, and has point-blank refused Abe and Ella’s appeal. So her petition is at very most a beau geste; at worst it’s a cynical sham, intended only to stir up rage against the Hampstead community and RD.
The petition contains the usual laughable claims. You know—the case wasn’t investigated properly; evidence was concealed; what about the tattoos?; the medical exams showed the kids were telling the truth…yadda yadda yadda.
Each of these claims has been thoroughly and comprehensively debunked here and elsewhere, but why confuse Kristie Sue and friends with facts?
To no one’s shock, the usual band of mouth-breathers, window-lickers, and bail breachers have assembled here:
What can we do about it?
This petition is doomed from the outset, in the sense that the IPCC will ignore it, and with good reason: they’ve already reviewed the investigation, found two areas which required correction, and have clearly stated that the rest of Abe and Ella’s complaints simply don’t hold water.
However, we think it’s worth attempting to have it pulled down, for a few reasons:
- It’s unlawful: since early 2015, there has been a court order in place prohibiting the sharing of information that would reveal the identity of the children, and that would continue to unlawfully harass RD, the children’s father.
- It promotes a fake news story. While we generally refer to Hoaxtead as, well, a hoax, it can just as easily be tagged as “fake news”: it’s intended to manipulate the gullible and paranoid among us, and has been disproven over and over again.
- It is in breach of minors’ privacy—as we’ve said many times, the children in this hoax have been terribly used and abused, and this is just one more site that’s spreading their names and images across the internet (if you check the links, all of which lead back to Abe & Ella’s blogs).
Remember, the more people who object to this petition, the more likely it is to be pulled down. We’ve also reported the petition to the police, who we suspect will take a dim view of the petition itself, as well as of some of the bail breaches taking place on the site.
Let’s send a message loud and clear: hands off Hampstead!