Last week we reported that Sabine McNeill and Jake Clarke had attended the Church of England’s Synod meeting in London on Saturday, 10 February.
Witnesses report that they were handing out leaflets, and that Sabine attempted to give her business card to various people who were there representing survivors of sexual abuse within the Anglican Church. Jake also stood up in the public gallery and shouted about Satanism. It was reportedly difficult to hear exactly what he was saying, but witnesses to the event say Bishop Peter Hancock dealt with the interruption well. However, our sources have all stated their concern that legitimate survivors of abuse might be tarred as loonies, based on the behaviour of Jake and Sabine.
It’s all coming home to roost
Sabine and Jake’s activities have not gone unnoticed by police, however.
According to a recent Facebook post in a group called “Abolition of politics in the uk” (sic), Jake seems to have messaged the group’s owner, James Anderson, on Thursday, stating that he and Sabine would be attending a police interview on Friday:
Jake Clarke I have a meeting with steve martin (‘interviewer’ of hampstead whistle blower angels) tomorrow in north london they trying to caution me and sabine for breaking court D (defense) notice. ‘for reasons of national security’ For fucks sake we must rise with our true knowing power brother. They already have sabine on bail and threatening her (74yrs young!) with prison for breaking it by communicating with church officials at synod in london on saturday F**ing sick sh*ts. We going to break this network of evil for good! (all sic)
The myth of the D-Notice
Mr Anderson appears to be adding his own twist to Jake’s message, claiming that the Hampstead SRA hoax has been subject to “D-Notices”—a ridiculous claim, given the media coverage of the story at the time and more recently.
To clarify, a D-Notice (also known as a DSMA-Notice or Defence and Security Media Advisory Notice) is an official request for news outlets not to publish certain details of a story for reasons of national security. D-Notices are voluntary for the media, and are issued only when a threat to national security involves grave danger to the State and/or individuals.
D-Notices are issued by the Defence, Press and Broadcasting Advisory Committee (DPBAC), not the Home Office, as some appear to believe. The DPBAC is an independent body, funded by and housed within the Ministry of Defence, but separate from the government.
Why anyone would think that the Hampstead hoax, concocted by a small cadre of conspiracy promoters in concert with a woman who feared she might lose custody of her children and her new boyfriend who wanted to push his cannabis business, should require a D-Notice is anybody’s guess.
Police taking it seriously
Of more interest to our readers, though, is that the police are treating Sabine’s potential breach of bail and/or restraining order with the appropriate degree of seriousness.
As for Jake, was he not recently spoken to by police as well?
It’s difficult to imagine that either of them would deliberately put their own liberty at risk in this way, and frankly we can only think that the judge in Sabine and Neelu’s 2016 witness intimidation trial was right on the money when he described Sabine et al as “delusional, obsessional, irrational, and odd”.