According to John Graham, aka Butlincat, one of the six people who heeded the recent call for “boots on the ground” at the Royal Courts of Justice to support convicted paedophile Peter Hofschroer, Mr Hofschroer’s appeal has failed, and he will be “extradited forthwith”.
Butlincat/Graham stated in a post to a Facebook group titled “Justice for Peter and Barbara Hofschroer”:
Peter to be extradited forthwith – lost on all points of appeal – images on vhs vid cassettes – threats to kill via emails to Austrian officials / judge and slander and firearms?
This confusing note becomes slightly clearer in the context of this earlier post:
It looks as though three further charges will be added to the existing ones when Mr Hofschroer reaches his native Austria for trial:
- a charge of threatening or slandering a judge;
- a charge of “possession of 16 video cassettes of dodgy stuff”; and
- a firearms charge.
By “possession of video cassettes of dodgy stuff”, Butlincat/Graham is attempting to avoid actually using the words “child sexual abuse videos”. As we have mentioned here in the past, Mr Hofschroer’s original charges involved 36,000 images of commercial child sexual abuse which were found on his computer. At the time of his trial, he tried to claim that the police had somehow implanted them on his computer. We presume that they also shoved 16 VHS video cassettes into his hard drive while they were at it.
Oh, wait. Never mind.