Well, Angela Power-Disney has done it again.
A few weeks ago we reported that she’d been creating havoc in a family court case regarding the removal of an infant from his parents. At that time, she was warned by the court to shut her gob or risk endangering the parents’ case. The case, which we have been deliberately avoiding discussing in detail, involves a couple who fled Northern Ireland for the Republic immediately prior to their baby’s birth. The baby was removed from their care and has been in foster care since that time. A few weeks ago, the father committed suicide.
Angela, who describes herself with false humility as a “blurter” [Oh, is that what it’s called—Ed.], made a live-streamed video on Facebook yesterday evening, complaining loudly and bitterly that the court had ruled against the mother’s attempt to have the jurisdiction moved to the south. This, said Angela, despite the “bombshell” evidence they’d intended to drop yesterday: the mother had been evaluated by a psychiatrist, and according to Angela, had been declared “not mentally ill”. She claimed that this contradicted an earlier psychological assessment, but for whatever reason it was not accepted by the court as relevant to the case.
Angela mouthed off in her usual manner, making bizarre claims such as, “A mother’s connection to her baby is something that the powers that should not be have been trying to break”. Really, Angie?
She also undercut the mother’s legal team, stating that she was furious with them for not presenting certain pieces of evidence, and recommending that they be sacked.
In addition, despite the malicious public attacks Angela, Tracey Morris, and the mother instigated, involving publishing personal details, pictures, and lies against social workers involved in the case, Angela affects to be shocked—shocked, we tell you!—that family and social services declined to send the baby to his father’s funeral with a social worker, citing concerns for the social worker’s personal safety.
We don’t even need to ask how Angela would feel if the situation were reversed. We can guarantee she’d be squawking about harassment and being in fear of her life if anyone had done such a thing to her. However, Angela dismisses her victim’s concerns: “If the social workers are scared, they might want to get a different job”.
Tracey Morris: Voice of reason?
You know things are looking grim when Tracey Morris, the Mouth that Roared, is the only person in the conversation who actually makes any sense. However, credit where due: Tracey seems to be taking a strategic view, and realises that Angela’s public temper tantrum will do the case no earthly good.
Before Angela had even finished her live-stream, Tracey was demanding that she remove it from Facebook, as it would endanger the mother’s case:
Tracey says, “This isn’t our own personal fight to speak out like this right now. Baby H isn’t our baby to take that risk at this vital stage. She was warned in front of me that anything like this kind of exposure is putting Baby H at serious risk of never being returned to her care….It’s about protecting mother and baby and allowing the good legal teams on both sides of border to do their jobs…Yes the judges are corrupt to the core…. But right now they are holding all the power… And only one thing mum was warned and that was to keep all the glory (sic) details off FB for now….He is not my or your property to expose. This has to stop”.
Angela, of course, knows better: She snaps back that she’ll say what she pleases, and Tracey asks a very pertinent question: “Did [the mother] give you the permission to do this live exposure about today’s outcome?”Tracey says that the mother was warned that “any talk of today’s case would come back on her… Not you, not me, and certainly not the viewers….If this falls back on her after being warned by legal teams up here on Thursday and today down south, then you can answer to the public and state all the opinions you please. Not your right to speak about or decision to make without the agreement of the victim and I am adamant without asking her, that she didn’t give you the permission to speak about it”.
Right again, Tracey.
[Edited to add] This just in…Angela and Tracey are getting down and dirty now, looks like Tracey has finally worked out what the rest of us have known all along: Angela is a backstabber who cares only for her own ego.
Angela has no business spewing her opinions about this case, and she’s doing it in the full knowledge that her actions will affect the mother and baby she purports to care about so much. We believe it was Rupert who called Angela “dangerous”; we’d suggest that anyone entrusting her with confidential information might wish to take that to heart.