Sometimes it pays to look at old material with fresh eyes. Yesterday a team member was watching this video by Scam the World Morocco, when they noticed this bit:
It’s part of Matt Taylor’s stupendously ridiculous “Who’s the Daddy?” video, which he released in 2015. Matt leans into the webcam, stabs his finger, and tries to sound all gangsta:
I want you all to fucking support those kids, and fucking believe them.
UK Column, apparently you went round with Sam the Blogger, and was…where’s the fuckin’ report then? You’re all fucking on notice, okay? If none of you are going to follow me, if none of you are going to believe those fucking kids, fuck off!
Hang on a minute, who is Sam the Blogger when he’s at home?
One of our team recalled that our old friend Code/Guidance 2222 had had beef with someone by that name—Samuel William, aka SWilliamism—who 2222 claimed had close links with Brian Gerrish’s newsroom cosplay effort:
SWilliamism & UK Column
According to a commenter on Chris Spivey’s pig’s toilet…er, blog, SWilliamism met Gerrish during the heyday of the Hollie Greig hoax:
Let me put some ‘meat on the bones’ for those of you who are not familiar with SWilliamism, or the ‘blogger known as Sam’. Off the top of my head, he travelled to the Holly Greig court date and got speaking outside to Brian Gerrish. He later appeared on Gerrish’s UK Column as a guest presenter.
We were able to confirm this on SWilliamism’s YouTube channel:
In the video interview above, made in 2017, SWilliamism says he and Gerrish are no longer on speaking terms. He also states that he has known Lou Collins of UK Column since he shared a flat with her brother, when he was 17 years old.
However, 2222 expresses doubts about SWilliamism’s version of events. As we know, 2222 was one of the few remaining troofers who were willing to maintain contact with Abe and Ella, and it seems that they did share a great deal of information with him. For instance, 2222 was well aware that Gerrish had interviewed Child Q in September 2014, long before the hoax went public.
He appears to believe that SWilliamson and Lou Collins went to “check things out” as well, but not, as they claimed, after the children’s videos had gone viral:
When 2222 says, “Even though they had all the info in 2014 from The Mother of the Children according to The Hampstead case”, he means that he received this information from “Free the Hampstead 2”, one of Abe and Ella’s many YouTube channels.
Here we find Abe commenting on 2222’s tiff with SWilliamism:
It’s always difficult to separate the paranoid conspiracy nonsense from the sheer bumbling idiocy, to find any tiny nuggets of information in these conversations. (For example, Abe seems to have been quite put out by the videos made last year by Echo Truths and Katrina McCaffery, and claims that ET is actually Danielle “La Verité” George, despite the fact that they neither look nor sound like one another. Ho hum.)
When 2222 says he “checked the video you mention about SWilliamism”, he’s referring to the second video from ET and Katrina, in which ET says SWilliamism once interviewed an off-duty MI5 employee. Hardly earth-shattering, but it seems to confirm Abe and 2222’s opinion that SWilliamism is not to be trusted.
However, 2222 confirms that SWilliamism was involved in promoting the Hollie Greig hoax, a precursor to the Hampstead SRA hoax, and that he interviewed both Brian Gerrish and Belinda McKenzie.
What’s the bottom line?
Ultimately, all of this adds up to a lot of tantalising hints, but very little solid confirmation.
It does appear from Matt Taylor’s throwaway line about SWilliamism having been round to see RD’s children, combined with 2222’s affirmation that the Hampstead visit by Lou Collins and SWilliamism had taken place not in 2015, but at least five months earlier, that a deal might have been brokered to allow yet another UK conspiracy blogger access to RD’s children, prior to their being taken into protective custody.
If this can be definitively shown to be the case, it will only strengthen the already overwhelming pile of evidence pointing to the Hampstead SRA hoax having been carefully engineered and rolled out, with malice aforethought.
Update, 29 May 2018: Many thanks to reader Midicon, who emailed SWilliamism to ask whether he ever spoke to RD’s children. SWilliamism has stated that he did not speak to them directly. He reiterated what he told G2222—that he accompanied Lou Collins on a walk round the community in 2015.