It’s been some time since we heard from Sabine McNeill, who after two years seems to have finally got the memo about not publishing material about the Hampstead SRA hoax. Mostly.
However, all good things must come to an end, we suppose. On yesterday’s Victims Unite! blog, Sabine notes that convicted paedophile and sometime military historian Peter Hofschroer is due back in court on Wednesday to begin the final hearing in his appeal against extradition proceedings.
Quoting from the Cathy Fox Blog, Sabine notes,
Peter Hofschroer is a whistleblower who has been denied due process to hide a crime network involving the North Yorkshire Police and York Social Services….Supporters are meeting at 10 am on Wed 14 June at the Royal Courts of Justice….Grandma Barbara website Alert! Whistle Blower In Danger! Boots On Ground Needed 
We think what Sabine really meant to say was,
Peter Hofschroer is a convicted paedophile who was found with 36,000 images of child sexual abuse on his computer. He was found guilty on 11 July 2016, following a trial in which he attempted to fling blame at his family, police, public servants, a civil judge, and anyone else he could think of. He was given a 30-month sentence, and put on the sex offenders’ register for life. Anyone who wishes to support this convicted offender should take several deep breaths and consider the fact that the images found on Mr Hofschroer’s computer represent 36,000 instances of child sexual abuse, in which real children suffered. Here, let us distract you with a reference to a nice old lady. Oh, and if we call Mr Hofschroer a “whistleblower”, perhaps you’ll forget about the whole paedophile thing, right? Boots on ground needed, because everyone knows that sending huge crowds of people to court to ‘support’ people will make the judge change his or her mind.
According to the York Press, which reported on Mr Hofschroer’s trial last summer,
Judge Tony Briggs QC described (Mr Hofschroer’s) defence, in which he tried to blame many other people including his own family for the illegal images, as “quite outrageous”.
He said: “You are clearly a man of talent and ability. You have a high reputation as a writer of Napoleonic affairs. It is a great pity to see you before the court answering for offences of this nature.”
“These offences were very nasty and unpleasant. It is perfectly plain that for some considerable time, you have been interested in paedophilic images.“ Hofschroer, 60, formerly of Rosedale Avenue, Acomb, had denied all 16 charges of downloading indecent images of children….
The jury at Teesside Crown Court heard the pictures and films, including some of the most serious form of sexual abuse of children, mostly featured boys aged from six to 14, and had been downloaded from the internet over at least 15 years….
The jury heard Hofschroer was arrested at York Magistrates Court carrying a laptop with 20,000 illegal images when he arrived to start a private prosecution alleging kidnap and other crimes against three of his relatives, whom he had harassed them (sic) through the civil courts and through complaints to the police.
The jury were not told Leeds County Court had declared Hofschroer a “vexatious litigant” because of the many cases he started, and banned him from bringing civil cases for two years. A month later he started the private prosecution against his family….
Hofschroer has been made subject to a High Court injunction preventing him from making slanderous or libellous comments about named police employees and has been barred from using a respected national website which gives details about elected people because he was continually posting potentially libellous comments on it.
He was also ordered to pay at least £10,000 in libel damages, plus costs to a military historian over comments he had made.
In September 2016, we reported that Mr Hofschroer was facing extradition proceedings.
According to the blog Before It’s News (Now there’s a highly reliable source! —Ed.), on 10 November 2016 Mr Hofschroer was ordered to return to his native Austria to face charges there, and was remanded to HMP Wandsworth. He was released just before Christmas, and launched an appeal against the extradition proceedings, of which this week’s hearing will be the culmination.
As we’ve noted in the past, Mr Hofschroer seems to be a particular favourite of Sabine, Neelu, and their pals. We probably should have grown accustomed to the fact that this alleged group of “child protection activists” give their unqualified support to people who’ve been convicted of crimes against children, but it still rankles. As we noted last September,
(S)omehow, their deluded followers never pause to ask themselves why the Hoaxteaders’ pet paedophiles are all ‘victims of stitch-ups’, while the blameless parents, teachers, and clergy of Hampstead are all presumed guilty.
This isn’t an idle question: we think it points to something foul and disturbing that lies at the heart of the Hampstead SRA hoax’s promoters.
At some point, one wonders when the police will begin to ask questions about the strange preponderance of paedophiles amongst a group of people who describe themselves as ‘children’s rights advocates’, and yet who will admit when pressed that they have never won a single case, nor protected a single child from harm.
Our opinion hasn’t changed. And we’ll be interested to note the outcome of this week’s proceedings. Will all those “boots on the ground” make any perceptible difference? Stay tuned….