Last September, Angela Power-Disney made a startling allegation: she claimed to have spoken to someone who had first-hand evidence that Ella Draper had been involved in producing a commercial child sexual abuse video, which might or might not have involved one of her own children. Hoaxtead mobsters went wild: some, like Kristie Sue Costa and Sonya Van Gelder, staunchly maintained that Ella was innocent; others, like Tracey Morris and Charlotte Ward, came down on the “Ella done it” side. Angela, as always, swore up and down that her source was “impeccable”. Despite our demands that she reveal her source or shut up, she has remained silent on that aspect (though she’s repeated her allegations ad nauseam)…that is, until yesterday.
In a bizarre, lie- and fantasy-filled video conversation, Angela has finally revealed the identity of her so-called “impeccable” informant.
We’ve transcribed the conversation, but we’ve opted not to disclose the name of the alleged informant, for the simple reason that we don’t wish to defame anybody. We think you’ll see why as you read this. The relevant bit begins at 38:33 of the above video:
Angela: Before we spoke, I was saying my prayers and I actually am ready to say who gave me, in September last year, the intelligence that Ella’s device had been hacked, for the modest price of £3,000, and that two videos in particular were found on her device—one of a woman masturbating (a male child) aged about 3, and although it wasn’t conclusive that it was Ella, it certainly indicated such, and the other video was of a disabled boy—this was a snuff movie which Ella was also alleged to have been complicit in distributing—it was a disabled boy being raped and sodomised and then set on fire by RD. Ugh, Jesus Christ. So I’ve taken the heat…
Heather: Did you see these alleged movies?
A: No, no, the person that gave me the intel last September, and had been trying to give it to me for at least six months, said that it had been reported to MI6, the evidence had been given to MI6, MI6 had said off the record that they would put surveillance on both Abe and…on both RD and Ella, and…
H: Why would MI6 be looking into this, because this is all in the UK?
A: No, you see…no, you see…I know, but the thing is, it’s becoming more and more clear, somebody with Pizzagate, a supposed CIA insider, said that the reason the Americans were dragging their feet about fully exposing Pizzagate was because it could bring the British establishment down. I think it’s become very clear that Hampstead—
H: Well, who told you this? Tell us the name of the people.
A: Well I’m going to do, right?
A: And this is not done flippantly. So I’ll just give you some background first: the person that gave me the intel is married to somebody who predominantly lives in Saudi Arabia. He’s the child of an Anglo-Iranian parentage. His father was in the Royal Air Force for a long time, and he was married to a woman from Iran, and his father was I think dishonourably discharged from the Royal Air Force after quite a lot of long-time service, and I don’t know if it was on espionage grounds, or I can’t remember grounds that his father was dishonourably discharged, but anyway, when his father was discharged from the Royal Air Force, he then became a spy. You know the way they’ll fire you, and then they’ll instantly re-recruit you—“Right, we know you’ve been fired, but we’ll give you 200 grand or whatever it is to now go underground and be one of our assets”. So this person, her father-in-law was alleged to have been—well he was definitely ex-Royal Air Force, he was definitely married to an Iranian woman, and he was alleged to have gone over after being dishonourably discharged, he was alleged to have then been recruited as a spy. The son, who’s probably 40, works mostly in Saudi Arabia, and I just pray in Jesus’ name that the offspring, the children are protected, but the son’s name is [redacted], and his wife’s name, who is my source, the intel that I was given, is [redacted]. She goes on Facebook by [redacted].
H: Never heard of her.
A: Well, she was interviewed along with myself by Melanie Abbott…
H: Never heard of her.
A: Well, this is Hampstead going back more than two years ago. She and I were both interviewed by Melanie Abbot of the BBC Radio 4, thinking that we were Hampstead residents, which we weren’t. She lives in [redacted], he lives and works in Saudi Arabia, his father is ex-Royal Air Force, married to an Iranian, and alleged by [redacted] to have been recruited by MI6 after his air force career ended. So the thing that gave me the courage to release her name was that Kristen Elizabeth, the one that said when she was blocked by Kris Costa, it synchronistically blocked her from Sheva Burton, she said to me that she had defended Kris Costa to the moon and back because she didn’t want Kris’ children targeted, and it’s the same with [redacted], she and [redacted] have a child who’s very adorable, but I’ve protected her since September, and my children have been targeted, and here’s me protecting her. Now she hung me out to dry. She gave me this intel, in September—
H: But how does she know this thing anyway?
A: From her husband, and from the MI6 contact.
H: Well why would they tell her?
A: Because she is the wife of an agent!
H: Are they not supposed to keep everything secret?
A: Well, they’re not supposed to tell their wives, but isn’t it true that, you know, that’s how the most old-fashioned spying ever went on…
A: Pillow talk. Exactly. But this is where it broke down because her husband gave her, you know…her husband didn’t like her being involved with researching Hampstead. So he allegedly paid somebody three grand to go and hack RD and Ella’s devices. The devices turned out that it was to do with drugs, it was to do with the Russian mafia, and that Ella had pimped the children from a young age, and that Ella was furious because RD stiffed her for £240,000.
H: Well where’s the £240,000 now, then?
A: Well apparently, RD was too greedy, and the Russian mafia were paying RD commission, but he was taking the commission, and then he would take more than the commission, and then he was pimping the children at school secretly, without Ella’s knowledge, and then she felt like she’d been stiffed of £240,000, and so she blew the whistle on him. So although…this is all allegedly…although I don’t think she was as complicit, I do think the Russian drug cartel side of things might have been her side of the business, and that she was definitely a co-director with RD, with, it was supposed to be health and nutrition websites, but they were porn and snuff distribution websites. But I just want you to say on camera what you thought you’d seen Abra—now, I must just say this first, let me just say this first, the intel [redacted], aka [redacted] gave me, was that ironically the innocent person in this whole drama was Abraham.
H: No, I don’t believe…I wouldn’t think so.
A: Well she said, according to the MI6 investigation, MI5, MI6, whatever, was that RD was the most guilty, Ella was pretty dirty in the involvement, and Abraham was just the petty crook who got—he was going to be a patsy. Abraham was intended to be the patsy. He was just a small-time drug dealer, had some anger management issues, and then the part you told me off-camera last time, possibly a pimp.
Is it just us, or are there enough holes in this story to drive a fleet of trucks through?
First, why—and how—would the alleged informant’s husband arrange to have two computers hacked for the low, low price of £3,000…because he was irritated with his wife’s Hampstead SRA hoax fixation? As a premise, this really needs some work. It seems to us that if the husband were really annoyed at his wife’s strange hobby, he would refuse to have anything to do with it, not spend £3,000 on it…for what? To prove her wrong?
Second, of course, is the immutable fact that Ella’s devices were not in her possession at any time after September 2014—they were seized by the police, and are quite likely still sitting in a storage facility somewhere as we write this.
Third, Heather may be a vicious liar, but she’s right that there’s absolutely no reason that someone allegedly employed by MI6 (or was that MI5? Angela seems to lose the thread as she goes along) would disclose this information to his wife.
Fourth, what has the father-in-law got to do with the price of eggs in Egypt? We don’t really see where he figures in the story, other than as an opportunity for Angela to repeat the phrases “Royal Air Force” and “dishoourably discharged” as often as possible. Oh, wait, maybe it was under his auspices that the husband was able to have the non-existent computers hacked, to prove to his wife that her hobby which he disapproved of was not a worthy one.
Sure, Angela, it’s all starting to fall into place.