Yesterday we reported that Neelu had been having some sort of contretemps involving bailiffs, a Denver Boot, the police, and an ambulance. However, aside from a short video clip in which Neelu attempts to convince a sceptical bailiff that she’s got it all wrong, that Neelu don’t know nuffin’ ’bout no traffic ticket, we are left unenlightened as to where the police and ambulance fit in.
We ought to have known that there’d be a longer version of the video in the offing, accompanied by a screed written in full-bore Mad Neelu Mode.
First, the video:
It seems that when Neelu alleged that Shirley the Bailiff was “committing corporate manslaughter” against her, Shirley (quite rightly in our estimation) called this in to the police as a threat of self-harm. Hence the appearance of PC Rowland, followed by Steve the ambulance driver.
Never a dull moment chez Neelu, is there?
Rest in peace, Mrs Chaudhari
Here’s the long, paranoid FOTL-hued rant from Neelu’s Facebook page:
She mentions the death of her elderly mother almost as an afterthought, so engrossed is she in the topic of “Anti-Corruption Witnesses Persecuted by Pirate UK plc ‘State Terrorism'”. And of course, as ever, no one in HoaxLandia ever dies under non-suspicious circumstances.
We do feel for Neelu’s mum, who always seemed so confused by the various goings-on in her daughters’ lives. As for Neelu, it’s never easy to lose a parent; yet somehow she manages to trivialise her mother’s death by embedding it in the context of her own paranoid delusional fantasies.
Similaraly, she manages to reduce the tragic death of her infant niece to some sort of ghastly conspiracy theory centred around her own alleged persecution and heroism:
She winds up with the usual FOTL/SovCit pseudo-legal gibberish: gold currencies, quarantine laws, equal share distribution, Swissindo (good grief, is she still trying to push that fraud?), debt burden liberation certificates, treasonous banks, dishonouring oaths to God, etc….and yet despite all her sound and fury, in the end she loses the rather expensive-looking car.