Look, up in the sky! Is it a bird? Is it a plane?
No, it’s Blabbergob and her sidekick Morticia, flying down to London to rescue Sabine!
Yes, according to Tracey Morris’ latest bit of Facebragging, she has heard from Sabine, who is not adapting well to life behind bars: “Not in a good place”…yes, we’ve heard that about prison. It’s not at the top of most people’s “Places I Must Visit Before I Die” list. But don’t worry, Tracey and Linda are about to fix all that.
She is being denied medical assistance, medications* and refused an extra mattress for her medical needs, BY THE NURSE….
*”medications”: special vitamins and health food supplements
The horror, the horror! What, no extra mattress? No full body massage? No osteopath? What about her right to essential oils? Or scented candles! She gets very stressed, you know, and requires these things simply to exist. What kind of monster is this so-called “nurse”?
That’s it, we’re calling Amnesty International straight away. This aggression shall not stand!
She was never so relieved when she seen myself and Linda Byrne O’Riordan burst through those court house doors last week and she knows if anyone can free her, WE WILL…
Compare and contrast with this description of what really happened, from an eye-witness in court:
…as the judge was making her verdict, Tracey Morris and two friends burst into the courtroom.
Tracey yelled, “DON’T WORRY, SABINE, WE’LL GET YOU OUT!” before turning and fleeing before she could be removed. She could be heard in the hallway outside, still shouting, for a few seconds.
We’re sure it was a huge relief to Sabine, knowing that two or three people were there to shout incoherently on her behalf.
By the way, Tracey, good luck just showing up unannounced at Bronzefield and hoping to see Sabine. You do realise you need to make an appointment to visit with a prisoner, right?
But wait, there’s more!
This one might require a bit of interpretation, as it is written in Blabbergob-ese, a unique dialect spoken by few and understood by fewer:
She’s so unrelying of the application that’s went into the higher courts, she’s expecting to settle in until trial and is not in a good place right now..
English translation: She has so little faith in the application for appeal which has gone to the higher courts that she expects she’ll be in prison until her trial. She is not happy right now.
Being laughed at by the other prisoners, setting alarms off constantly and refusing her medical attention and extra mattresses for her cell..
English translation: Sabine is being laughed at by the other prisoners, and she is unhappy about the alarms being set off constantly*, and the fact that she is being denied special treatment, including her various vitamin supplements and an extra mattress.
*At least, we assume that other prisoners are setting off the alarms. We understand that this is not really the best way to win friends and influence people whilst behind bars.
We’ll keep our eyes peeled for the arrival of Tracey and Morticia at Bronzefield; this should prove very interesting indeed.