It’s been fascinating to track the reception of Abraham Christie and Ella Draper’s latest ill-advised video offering: of course a few die-hard Hoaxtead mobsters and sycophants have been commenting and sharing as though they just witnessed the second coming of Christ, but by and large the reaction has been lacklustre.
Even Code2222, whose nose formerly occupied a permanent spot just slightly to the south of Abe’s bony arse, has been less than enthusiastic: Cody takes issue with a few crucial points that Abe and Ella seem to have forgotten:
- Remember back in the day, Abe insisted that they were trying to raise money for a “public court case” which he claimed would vindicate the two of them, and confirm once and for all that an entire community was raping children, murdering and eating babies, and generally making a nuisance of itself? Exactly how he and Ella planned to initiate such a case without actually returning to the UK remained a bit of a mystery, as we recall. But apparently poor Cody took Abe at his word, and now wants to know why the “public court case” has dropped off the agenda.
- Cody notes that despite the recent brouhaha about the Audi advert that aired during the Superbowl football game in the USA, Ella says nothing about her certainty that the girl who starred in the spot was actually her daughter. In fact, at one point Ella states that she isn’t certain whether her children are still alive—despite claiming that her daughter had starred in an advert that got maximum public exposure a few weeks back.
- Cody also points out that Abe and Ella were so distraught about the loss of the children that they failed to make any sort of public statement on the anniversary of their being taken into police protective custody in September.
- He states (incorrectly), “You talk about there [sic] brother but you wont [sic] talk about your first husband the father of that Child [sic]. He done the same things according to Abraham and yourself Ella”. In fact, Ella says not a word about her eldest child in the video, despite having named him in the past as having been sexually abused by the imaginary “cult”. Cody is right, though, that Ella never mentions her first husband, although according to her so-called “witness statement” he and his new wife were “part of it”. Funny that she reserves her real rage for RD, when in fact if her story is to be believed, both her exes were members of the same cult.
We found it interesting that even Code2222 was able to see through Abe and Ella’s lies and inconsistencies.
So did regular HR commenter YdchyncachuTracey, who for inexplicable reasons has been blocked by Abe from his YouTube channel. We’ve adapted her incisive observations, which we feel are right on the money, and required reading for anyone who feels inclined to believe a word that comes out of Ella or Abe’s lying mouths.
- Abe admits that he accepted a caution for cuffing his teen-aged son about the head and ears in 2014. YdchyncachuTracey asks, “Your teen son, 18 or 19 was he, still a child not adult? Anyway, you seem to forget he’s forever stuck as your child no matter how old he gets. How often do you speak to him?” Our understanding is that most of Abe’s family is just as happy not to speak to him.
- In the Jean-Clement audio recording, Abraham states that his niece is a victim/member of the “cult”. Tracey asks, “Have you tried to rescue your niece from the cult? Or forgot that you said she was in it?” In fact, since their visit to Jean-Clement’s house the night of Ella and Abe’s return to London, Abe has never said another word about his niece being in the cult. Strange behaviour for one who claims to care about the alleged cult’s “victims”.
- During the new video, Ella said not a single word about her oldest son, despite her earlier claims that he, his father, and his step-mother were all “cult members”. Ella was also happy enough to continue to accept support money from her first husband. Funny, that.
- Tracey asks why, despite the “medical reports with the children describing your abuse of them, and there being injuries”, Ella wanted that abuse overlooked and the children returned to her.
- Ella overlooks the other children having been interviewed, and continues to claim that this didn’t happen.
- She also conveniently forgets that her children received counselling after the court case, and during that counselling they still refused to back up the story about the cult, or to back down from their statements that Abe had abused them whilst they were in Morocco.
- Then there’s the contentious issue of Abe’s phone: since he fled the UK with Ella, he has continued to harp on his claim that the children “stole” his phone, and that child sex abuse images had been “planted” on it for the police to find. A strange thing to be worried about, surely, unless he was aware that such images might be found.
- Tracey points out that Abe and Ella’s escape over the rooftops when confronted with the police did not exactly lend credibility to their case; neither did Ella’s refusal to address the court even via video link or Skype from Spain. The fact that she ran off, abandoning her children to their fate, hasn’t helped her public image, either.
- Speaking of the day the police showed up and Ella and Abe scarpered, there are clear photographs of the police outside the house that day, and not a single one was carrying a “medical kit” with which to tranquilise or subdue Ella, as Abe has claimed.
- Abe and Ella have always left out the fact that one of the accused parents went straight to the police upon learning that he’d been named in the Jean-Clement video; Abe’s response was to complain about him being a grass.
- Tracey mentions the lack of any medical evidence that the children were forced to take drugs or alcohol…except of course the traces of cannabis that were discovered while testing the children’s hair.
- And what about…the absence of secret rooms in the church? The unlockable fridge that didn’t contain baby parts? The cupboard for vestments with very shallow drawers that didn’t contain baby skulls? The lack of any other witnesses despite the case being in the local and national media?
- Tracey also notes Abe’s “amusing belief that everyone who criticises (him) is the children’s father”—and we’d like to add his strange habit of informing anyone who he suspects of being RD that “you may call me NEMESIS”, as though this is meant to sound scary or something.
As an aside, we find it interesting that Abe seems so determined to impress upon RD that he, Abe, will be his undoing…rather than targetting, say, any of the alleged cult members. It’s very clear who was meant to be the primary victim of the Hampstead SRA hoax, and what was meant to happen: Ella was meant to walk away with both children (but not her eldest), and RD was meant to suffer a devastating loss. Everything else about the hoax has been collateral damage, as far as Abe and Ella are concerned.
Don’t believe us? Just watch Ella in the latest video. She sheds not a single tear for her children…but she is incandescent with rage whenever she mentions RD. We rest our case.