Another petition? Not so fast…

Most of our readers will know by now that Sabine McNeill made a third appearance on Richie Allen’s “I totally believe in SRA, but trust me I’m a journalist” show on Thursday night. We won’t venture an opinion as to whether she violated her restraining order; we’ll leave that up to the police.

Update: Wesley P.P. Hall trial continues

We’ve been keeping an eye on the trial of Wesley P.P. Hall in Manchester Crown Court this week. Mr Hall, who is charged with possession of a weapon and Section 39 assault, was in court on Wednesday (put over from the original date on Tuesday); it’s now expected that his trial will last four days,…

Fake news on Facebook: Are we stuck with it?

Ever since the U.S. elections last month, the topic of fake news has been in the headlines almost daily. In particular, following the election of Donald Trump, Facebook came in for some harsh criticism for having allowed false stories to circulate; many critics believe such stories might have influenced the outcome of the election. “Pizzagate”…

‘Believe the Children’, Mach 1

As many of our readers know, one of our regular commenters, Justin Sanity, is a veteran of the late-20th century Satanic panic which began in North America and spread to the UK. In a previous post, he gave us a unique and fascinating look at the book that brought “Satanic ritual abuse” into the mainstream:…

Kristie Sue Costa tries to petition IPCC

With Abe and Ella having withdrawn from the ring, Sabine and Neelu sidelined, Angela Power-Disney disqualified after her “Ella made child sex abuse videos” flub, and everyone else either charged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…

Maurice Kirk: Between South Sudan & South Wales

When we last left Maurice Kirk, the so-called “Flying Vet” who’d managed to get himself lost (twice) whilst flying the length of Africa as part of a Vintage Air Rally, he’d crash-landed in South Sudan. Rally organisers, fed up with his now-you-see-me/now-you-don’t shenanigans, had unceremoniously booted him out of the rally, but were continuing to…

Sabine’s amazing technical skills

We were watching one of MKD’s recent videos, featuring a clip in which Mel Ve interviewed Sabine McNeill in early 2015, when Sabine said something that made us roar with laughter. At about 2:27, she states (without the slightest trace of irony), “Well, I was one of the first to use computers for communication and…

Garnant Pharmacy 5 December

Another Sabine protegé charged, remanded

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.

Hoaxer movement in a tailspin over Pizzagate gunman

In the wake of Sunday’s armed invasion of the Washington, D.C. pizza restaurant at the heart of the bizarre “pizzagate” conspiracy, it’s fascinating to watch the hoaxer movement run about squawking and squealing. They are now trying to invent a brand new conspiracy theory to explain why one of their own failed to find a…