Once again, there’s a hush over Hoaxtead-land.
Following a record-breaking deluge of histrionic rants from Deborah Mahmoudieh in September, she’s been utterly silent since 2 October—a whole two weeks, quite unprecedented for her. Not a word on either Facebook or YouTube, leading us to wonder whether she’s come down with an epic case of laryngitis, or is in the grip of the hangover to end all hangovers.
Not, we hasten to add, that we don’t appreciate her silence. Our eardrums have begun to heal, and our jangled nerves are the calmer in her absence.
Still, it’s odd.
And what about Sabine?
Meanwhile, Sabine has been wrapped up in her defence of Maurice Kirk, the Flying Vet, who was convicted last month of violating his restraining order, and is currently awaiting sentencing. As for Sabine’s own interactions with the police, things look a little muddy at the moment, at least from where we sit.
You might recall that in July, she complained quite bitterly that she was due to attend a voluntary interview with the police on the 13th of that month:
I have been invited to attend Holborn Police Station on Thursday July 13th at 10.30 for another ‘voluntary’ interview. These interviews are apparently designed to wind us up. Hence my solicitor and others have always advised not to comment, but make a statement instead. I’ve experienced them after six arrests or ‘re-arrests’ at the Police Station.
We assume that this is to do with her various breaches of the restraining order which was put in place following her 2016 trial, with Neelu Berry, for conspiracy to commit witness intimidation. A year ago she was charged with breaching that order. To everyone’s surprise, since she has vehemently denied the legality of the order in the first place, she pleaded guilty, and received a 12-month conditional discharge. This means that if she were to re-offend within 12 months of that sentence, she could be re-sentenced for the original offence.
In a post on 14 August, Sabine revealed that the police had seized her computers and hard drives, and confirmed that her next appointment with the police was set for 14 October:
The ‘Return to Bail’ date on 14 October will determine whether I am going to be charged with having violated the Restraining Order: the Police are still investigating me as a ‘criminal suspect’, i.e. they are desperately trying to criminalise me and others who support the children. Police have kept 3 laptops and 3 external disks since 04 November 2016 for that purpose and my solicitor has to take them to court to get my property back – pro bono – as Legal Aid does not cover this!
She’s been uncharacteristically silent about the result of last Saturday’s police appointment, except for one brief exchange on her Victims Unite! blog…which we were able to capture: It’s possible to read much into another month’s delay: does it mean that the police plan to lay charges but must complete the evidence-gathering process? Time will tell, and we’re certain that Sabine will have at least one or two enlightening
bitch-fests meltdowns between now and next month, so stay tuned.
And then there’s Belinda…
Last March, Belinda left a peculiar message on one of Ella’s interviews with Comrade Sean of the SGT Report:
As the latest of the UK whistle-blowers regarding this case facing prison, having been arrested Thursday 16 March, my computers and phones seized and being due back at the police station 8am probably followed by court 10am Friday 24 March, could I politely ask the rest of the UK & world public please to wake the f. up?!
So far as we’re aware, no further action was taken at that time, except that Belinda’s computer equipment was seized by police. In July she expressed the opinion that she would be standing trial in the autumn, but again, we’ve heard nothing to confirm this. Her concern that the police would “plant something” seems to be the generic conspiraloon trope. It’s the reason, for example, that the Hoaxtead mob claim to feel comfortable consorting with convicted paedophiles such as Peter Hofschröer: the police “planted” those 30,000+ child sex abuse images on his computer, dont’cha know. Belinda’s protestations sound to us like an attempt at pre-emptive damage control.
We’ve heard absolutely nothing further regarding charges against Belinda, but at present it seems possible that Sabine will face charges of one sort or another in the next month. We’ll bring you updates as they happen, but for now…let’s just enjoy the peace and quiet.