When the Hampstead SRA hoax was in its infancy—that is, after Sabine had released the videos of RD’s children but before Mrs Justice Pauffley issued her judgement on the fact-finding hearing—Hoaxtead mobsters in training had a very nasty habit: they would trawl the Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ accounts of anyone unfortunate enough to have been named by Ella and Abe, looking for “clues”.
Clues to what? Why, clues that would verify to the Hoaxtead mobsters’ satisfaction that those people…and their friends…and their friends’ friends…were child-raping, infant-murdering cannibals, of course!
Charlotte Ward, who was going by the name “Jacqui Farmer” at that time, wrote about this practice in her now-defunct blog, Hamster Research: “We’ve got some interesting snippets of info, info we collected long before the names and addresses were leaked onto the internet”.An important question arises from this: if Charlotte admits to having collected this info “long before the names and addresses were leaked”, how did she know what to look for?
The fact that she claims to have known exactly who and what to look for, prior to anyone else knowing the names of the falsely accused, seems to point to some sort of collusion between Charlotte and those who already knew the names: Belinda McKenzie, Sabine McNeill, Ella Draper, and Abraham Christie.
This admission helps to confirm our belief that Abe and Ella were not acting alone when they started this hoax. At very least, Sabine, Belinda, and Charlotte were involved in the planning stages, and worked as a team to get the thing off the ground.
It’s all just a little bit of history repeating
The practice of trawling strangers’ social media pages in search of damning snippets of information isn’t limited to Hoaxtead, unfortunately.
Yesterday, regular commenter TorkGirl8 posted a video made by a Piece-a-hate afficionado named NSCLady, which basically consists of a woman screaming and crying hysterically while she scrolls through…a perfectly normal Instagram page, in which a man has posted pictures of his daughter as an infant, then a little girl.
Good thing she is “NIT ACCUSING ANYONE !”, right? Even though in the next line she states, “I M ASKING THAT PEOPLEare EXPLAIN THE POSSIBLE PIMPING OF THEIRKIDA, CRIMES AGAINST CHILDREN!”
In other words, “I’m not saying anyone is guilty…but this person is totally guilty. Of something”.
Is it just us, or does this sound an awful lot like “I just want to remind you, as you know, that there is absolutely no implication of guilt here”? Yes, it’s simpering Charlotte all over again, with her carefully placed disclaimers.
Back to NSCLady: she is utterly horror-struck when she comes across a woman’s face, eyes closed, skin tinged greyish blue: “THIS WOMAN IS NOT ALIVE!” she screams.
No, dear, she’s not. That’s a screen shot from the popular television drama, “Twin Peaks”, in which there is a shot of (gasp!) a corpse. We’re going to take a flyer and assume that the owner of this Instagram account is a fan of the show.
“OH MY GOD NOW THEY’RE GROOMING HER!” she shrieks, scrolling past a picture of a little girl in her Sunday best.
To which commenter YdchyncachuTracey pointed out,
(W)ho on earth plonks baby on proud grandad’s lap and takes a picture of everyone cooing at baby, with THEIR CLOTHES ON! Never mind those evil bunny ears on a baby sized headband MUST BE PLANNING TO EAT BABY IN A BABY PIE. Taking a picture of baby with their card, it’s not a card, IT’S AN ORDER FORM FOR BABY SAUSAGE ROLLS. Those aren’t adoring kisses by relatives, THEY ARE SUCKING BABY’S SOUL OUT FOR SATAN.
Couldn’t have said it better ourselves.
Explain again who the perverts are?
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: the histrionic ranting of the Hoaxtead mob and the Piece-a-haters says a great deal more about their own disgusting thoughts and feelings than it does about those they’re accusing. People who look at innocent childhood pictures and overlay them with fantastical stories of sexual abuse clearly need to take a look at their own urges before they start finger-pointing.
For instance, what might a Hoaxtead mobster/Piece-a-hater make of a photo like this?
What we see: a little boy and girl, dressed up for the boy’s birthday dinner, the boy getting ready to cut his birthday cake while his little sister looks on, half-admiring, half-envious.
What they see: A LITTLE BOY WITH A KNIFE!! AND CANDLES AND GOBLETS ON THE TABLE CLEARLY THIS MUST BE PART OF A CULT RITUAL OMIGOD THOSE POOR CHILDREN SOMEONE HELP THEM PLEASE!!!1!!
Trust a troofer to turn a festive occasion into a paedophilic blood-letting orgy.
As commenter Alfred the Adequate said yesterday,
The main thing this is proof of is why personal photographs, especially those of your kids, should be kept off the internet or at the very least locked down so only your real friends and relatives can access them. This woman is nuts and arguably more to be pitied than scorned. But who knows what a hoaxer will steal in order to weave one of their fantasies or attack someone?
Yes. Very true.
Even though sites like Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram encourage the sharing of “family moments”, the experience of those harmed by the Hampstead SRA hoax shows us that it’s really not safe to use those sites to show off our kids…or even to let the world know that we got a bit tipsy at a party last weekend. Those of us who’ve been speaking out against Hoaxtead learned very quickly: make sure all your social media settings are as tight as they possibly can be. If you choose to share pictures of your children (a practice we discourage), make absolutely certain that you set your privacy to “friends only”, and let your friends know that you will not tolerate them sharing your family pictures.
We might not be able to stop the perverted keyboard warriors of Piece-a-hate or Hoaxtead from sharing their disgusting fantasies amongst themselves, but we can keep images of our children and families out of their greasy clutches.
Here endeth the lesson.