When we heard that Neelu Berry had put up another live-feed on Facebook yesterday evening, we assumed that perhaps she’d had another encounter with the bailiffs. As it turned out, she was just rehashing last week’s excitement, but in the course of doing so, managed to commit two potential breaches of the restraining order she received in July 2016.
After several long minutes of waffle about jurisdictional fraud and committing treason and whatnot, one of the commenters asked, “What about [Child P and Child Q]? Neelu responded:
Woo. Sabine has a..like…uh, I dunno, a three-day trial on the 19th of November, uh, 2018? She was in there a few days ago, last week. Um. And you know, it’s a huge…the police officer who interviewed the children is heading her prosecution of over a dozen breaches of this restraining order, which we all know is a fraud. [It’s a three-week trial for 19 charges, but who’s counting?—Ed.]
You know it’s like a football match, you don’t get to half-time, and they say, “Who’s won?” I mean, that’s what they did, they never got to half-time. They sent the jury home, the judge then decided he was going to do a restraining order. [Correction: the jury was dismissed but asked to stay as things began to kick off in the courtroom—Ed.]
Well if you have a jury trial that hasn’t gone far…hasn’t completed…we never got to have our say, because the prosecution gets to have a say first. So what you have to do is you have to say “no plea” which means “you haven’t shown me any evidence so I can’t plead guilty or not guilty, you’re having a laugh here, it’s a no plea”, okay, and then you do a “no jurisdiction” plea which means there’s crimes committed, it’s, there are corruption crimes committed. The magistrates court or the crown court can’t deal with the matter if it’s a corruption. Because of these protection frauds, these organized criminals, and these offices or courts have been taken over by the organized criminals, and because the judges have nothing to do with the orders and the, you know the orders are all done by the other side, so the state is prosecuting you, they do all the drafting of the orders, and the court staff pretend that it’s been okayed by the judge. [Correction: the judge reads and signs the order, but don’t confuse Neelu with facts.—Ed.]
Having wandered off into her own little world of frauds and corruptions, Neelu was brought back sharply by another prompt from the commenter. She tried again:
Michelle, you know [Child P and Child Q], I don’t know what the update is because I’m not in touch, but I mean, I suspect that they are going to be undergoing severe mental torture to try to make them believe that what happened didn’t happen, this’d be psychotherapists and psychiatrists, and they’ll be put in all kinds of…cos you know Judge Pauffley, she’s retired at 61 now, I don’t know if you know that. And there’s something going on, but these things all happen through the back door. We won’t get to know about it. There’s a lot going on, but we’re not told about, we’re not going to find out the truth of it.
But um, the children, um…God bless them, all right? ….
There followed another several minutes of wibble about…actually, we’re not sure. We confess we were starting to tune out, and the office cat was demanding attention.
But we jumped to attention when a second commenter asked, “Any news on [Child P and Child Q]? Neelu replied,
I don’t know, I tell you who might know. Angela Power-Disney might know. Cos as you know, Sabine is not allowed on the internet. So you can’t contact Sabine. And she’s not particularly active on any particular case, but she’s more of a campaigner on children’s laws.
You know things are truly in a bad way when people start citing Angela as an expert in…well, anything, really.
As for Neelu, it seems she has been cast out of the inner circle, and no longer knows enough about RD’s children to pass on any juicy nuggets of intel to the drooling conspiranoids at the gates. Probably just as well, though of course it won’t stop her from making random shite up as she goes along.
Some things, it seems, never change.