Ask and ye shall receive, apparently. Yesterday we sent out a plea to the anonymous
tell-tale informant benefactor who’d sent us the delightful response to Sabine from Buck House. And no sooner had we sat down to our morning coffee than another missive in a plain brown envelope showed up in our…er, email.
Sure enough, it appeared to be the original message, as sent by Sabine to Her Majesty. Here it is, in all its glory:
The nub of the thing was this: Sabine wanted the Queen to “cite” various people who done Sabine wrong:
The Constables who concealed critical evidence and terminated the investigation prematurely;
The Metropolitan Police who responded to the mother’s Judicial Review that I had written for her, with Grounds of Resistance consisting of denials only;
The Council who threatened the mother and me with imprisonment in a secret family court;
The High Court judge who discovered the concealment of evidence, but did not transfer jurisdiction to a criminal court and condemned the children’s testimonies as fantasies.
As we learned yesterday, Her Majesty had no intention of doing any such thing, and told Sabine, via Miss Jenny Vine, to get stuffed.
Meanwhile, Sabine whinges about being on “Police Bail since August 2015 after six arrests, one acquittal in a criminal court, and other related proceedings”, and complains bitterly that Judge Worsley issued that pesky restraining order, “despite acquittal, thus giving Police a reason for arresting people for its supposed violation as ‘agents'”.
That time Sabine pleaded guilty
Funnily enough, a mere five days after writing this letter to the Queen, Sabine walked into court to face charges of (you guessed it!) violating that very self-same restraining order. She quietly pleaded guilty, and walked out with a 12-month conditional discharge.
Oddly, while she has documented every other aspect of this case ad nauseam, she has said nary a word about that little event.
We suspect we know why: we’ve read her proposed “defence” to the charge. A five-year-old could have written a more convincing brief; here’s a small sample: We’ll spare you the actual links, which are all available on a publicly shared Google Drive. And we’ll especially spare you the 22 pages of “reasonable excuses”, which are pretty much what one would expect from Sabine, and include a long and dreary organ recital of her various ailments, including “nervous stomach” issues brought on by the stress of being remanded in custody for two whole days. Please never tell us about your “nervous stomach” again, Sabine, m’kay? Thank you.
We are quite certain that her legal team took one look at this, recoiled in horror, and told her she was to plead guilty. It was good advice, and got her a sweet deal: no prison, and all she has to do is keep her nose clean for a year.
Any bets on how long that’ll last?