One truism that’s dogged the Hampstead SRA hoax since it went public in early 2015 is that Hoaxtead Mobster-in-Chief Belinda McKenzie has always been, and will continue to be, untouchable by the law. From her activities as head of the dodgy former Iran Aid charity, to her participation in the Hollie Greig hoax, to helping Abe and Ella set up the Hampstead hoax, Belinda has gained a reputation as the “Teflon lady”: nothing ever seems to stick to her. Whether one believes that she is “protected” in some way or that she is merely very good at getting others to do her dirty work for her, she has never faced a single arrest, let alone charges of any sort.
That is, until early this spring.
In mid-March 2017, to the utter surprise of everyone here at Hoaxtead Research, Belinda was in fact arrested, and her computer equipment seized. To our knowledge she was not actually charged at that time, but she has dropped several hints since her arrest that she expects to be facing trial this autumn, on unspecified charges.
About a week after her arrest she commented on YouTube, “These satanic perpetrators to be identified by their secret society culture and removed from public life everywhere pronto; a few of the worst perps to be sent down, as I’m about to be for complaining loudly against the judge in the case and the police for failing to investigate the childrens’ allegations”.
By late June, she admitted that the police were still in possession of her computer equipment, and stated she expected to be in court by autumn: And this weekend past, she referred again to “the shadow of my criminal trial this autumn still looming”:We also note that, at least according to Belinda, convicted paedophile Peter Hofschröer has been safely apprehended and extradited to Austria, where he will face further charges involving possession of child sexual abuse images and threatening a judge, as well as a weapons charge. We’re pleased he’s no longer at large following his escape from Belinda’s “Highgate bunker” last month.
More to the point, though, we’re fascinated that Belinda, at least, appears convinced that she will be facing charges at some point within the next few months. It’s interesting, though not particularly unusual, that the police are still in possession of her computers—we do wonder what she might have left on them, which could be fuelling her current concern about charges.
For someone with Belinda’s talent for keeping her hands pristine whilst others face the dock, it must create a good deal of anxiety, knowing that the police have access to (just for example) her mailing lists and correspondence over the past few years. We’re assuming that unlike some Hoaxtead mobsters who’ve had equipment seized, Belinda does not religiously wipe her hard drives on a regular basis; nor is it likely that she makes use of multiple disposable “pay-as-you-go” phones each month, as some have been rumoured to do.
It’s most unusual for Belinda to express this much concern about potentially being called to account for her activities—and so we wonder. Will charges in fact be laid? And if so, what might they be? We’ll certainly be keeping eyes and ears open.