Hey, remember that time when Neelu fined the IPCC to the tune of £100 million? She and the ever-charming John Banks swept into the lobby of the IPCC, thrust a bunch of papers at a couple of fellows who kept trying to explain that they couldn’t really accept…no, but really, madam…but you see…oh fine, for heaven’s sake, if you’ll go away we’ll accept the damn papers. Ah, good times.
At the time, Neelu mentioned something about “High Court Powerful Paedophile Protection Fraud Corruption Claims, including HQ16X02369 Berry V State”. We wondered at the time what she was on about, but you know Neelu. Sometimes she can be a little…opaque.
Funnily enough, though, we recently came across a very similar citation, this time linked to none other than Sabine McNeill and dating back to 1 June 2016:
Yes, you read that correctly. In this statement of claim, “Citizen Sabine” actually attempted to
scam…that is, obtain a remedy of a cool £10 billion from Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, then-Prime Minister David Cameron, Brexit campaign leader Boris Johnson, and (for obscure reasons that we really cannot begin to fathom) Ian Hislop, editor of Private Eye.
We tried to make out the “Brief details of the claim” but confess ourselves stumped, though we do think it rather gracious of Sabine to note that “the Citizen appreciates the work the Satirist has done using entertainment to expose serious issues to mass audiences, and does not expect him to work miracles”. We hope Mr Hislop appreciated her leniency.
But wait! There’s more!
We tried to work out what “Particulars of Claim” was all about, really we did. If any of you would like to take a run at it, please be our guest!
However, the “Prosecution Frauds” section had a rather familiar ring to it, involving the usual cant: “Child theft…Barnet Family Court…blah blah blah…Victim Mother Ella Draper and Citizen Friend Mrs Sabine McNeill”…and so on. We do think the wording bears the fingerprints of Edward Ellis, the struck-off solicitor who styles himself “Equity Lawyer”, who attempted to intervene in Neelu and Sabine’s trial last summer.
Apparently it cost Sabine nothing to issue this amazing statement of claim; and in this case she got exactly what she paid for:
“AND UPON the court finding that the claim shows no resonable (sic) grounds for being made, is imcomprehensible (sic) and an abuse of process and totally without merit”…
Well really, you can’t fault the poor clerk who had to type up this judgement; he or she was probably laughing too hard to see straight.
As for Sabine’s motives in launching this utterly ludicrous piece of bollocks…well, she had to do something to replace that missing pension credit, didn’t she?
It does seem a bit nervy of her to sue the Queen for £10 billion, though, and then turn around and demand that Her Majesty intervene in the Hampstead SRA hoax only a few months later, as though nothing had happened.
Unsurprisingly, the Queen could not be reached for comment.