A strange, sometimes disconcerting, and often amusing habit of Hoaxtead mobsters is their tendency to outsmart themselves. Shoot themselves in the foot. Hoist themselves, messily but with maximum moaning, with their own petards. What can we say? It’s a gift.
The latest comes from Weaselly Hall, the “violent yob” whose various scams have made him less than popular with real poverty and human rights activists in the Manchester area.
In a recent Facebook post, we find Weaselly attempting to claim that “the authorities hiding ritualistic abuse” have applied “restrictive bail conditions” on “people speaking out”.
Can we get an interpretation from our translator who’s fluent in Conspiraloon, please?
Sure, EC. What he’s trying to convey is that the police who arrested Sabine McNeill recently have placed unduly harsh bail conditions on her, as part of their nefarious efforts to cover up “Satanic ritual abuse” which she has bravely been revealing to the world.
Thanks, completely anonymous translator.
So what’s wrong with Weaselly’s most recent proclamation? Let us count the ways:
- The police didn’t write the document Weaselly is sharing here.
- Judge Worsley did, following Sabine and Neelu’s trial for conspiracy to commit witness intimidation, which collapsed on a technicality just before half-time.
- It’s not “restrictive bail conditions”, it’s a lifetime restraining order.
- Thus, it would be surprising if it were not extremely specific.
- The assumption that the restraining order was done to “hide ritualistic abuse” has been disproven so many times it hardly seems worthwhile to bother doing it again. Anyone who wishes to do so may feel free to peruse this blog’s extensive FAQ section.
Why is Weaselly choosing to publish a restraining order from a 2016 trial? It seems probable that he has acquired this and other documentation from Sabine, who as we all know loves to throw around any and all documents she receives from the courts or police, as evidence of how hard-done-by she is. Will Weaselly realise that he’s blown it and published the wrong document? Will Sabine give him her real bail conditions to publish?
Tune in next week for “As the Conspiraloons Turn”.
One more thing…
But this isn’t all, folks! No, Weaselly had yet another bombshell up his grubby sleeve…Weaselly gloats, “‘They’ take down the websites… But don’t realise they’re archived FOREVER…”. He follows this with a link to one of Abe and Ella’s defunct blogs.
We think we can tackle this one without the aid of our trusty translator:
- “They”, in the sense of “the authorities” or even “those bad people at Hoaxtead Research” did not take down Abe and Ella’s blog.
- The blogs died because Abe and Ella stopped paying their bills, and the blog host stopped blog-hosting.
- That’s what happens when people don’t pay their bills.
- Congratulations, Weaselly! You have discovered the Wayback Machine Internet Archive!
- Considering Weaselly attempts to paint himself as some sort of programmer, we feel a bout of derisive snickering coming on.
Also, Weaselly and friends might like to chew on this: we’ve been saying for some time that Abe and Ella never intended to have the children’s videos released to the police or CPS. People like Weaselly and Kristie Sue tend to ignore this statement, but look here, right on the first page of their archived blog:
“The case was never intended to reach the Crown Prosecution Service, much less the glaring light of public scrutiny”.
Thanks for the confirmation of what we’ve been saying all along, Weaselly. Most helpful to have this indelible evidence, nicely archived and everything.
So much for Kristie Sue’s insistence that Ella and Abe went straight to the police as soon as they returned from Morocco. They went to Abe’s brother-in-law, expecting that family loyalty would prevent him from reporting the case to the real police. That, as we know, was their crucial mistake, which led to the police banging on their door the next day, and set in motion the process which would lead to the children being taken into protective custody.
Will Kristie Sue ever acknowledge that her heroes Abe and Ella completely undid their hoax with this single statement? Unlikely.
Will Weaselly Hall ever wake up and realise that he’s just thrown the entire hoax under the proverbial bus? Again, unlikely.
But we know, the police know, and eventually, we hope, the courts will know. And frankly, that’s what counts.