As our readers know, this blog is dedicated to stopping the Hampstead SRA hoaxers in their tracks. Most of the time we do that by pointing out their activities and foibles, but now and again it becomes necessary to take more direct action. And during the past week, regular HR commenter Tinribs has been doing more than his share of that!
Over the past couple of weeks, Neelu Berry has been reporting on her sister’s serious illness, making absurd and dangerous claims that the poor woman’s Stage 4 cancer can be treated with antibiotics, lemon juice, nuts, apple cider vinegar, and prayer.
As if this were not bad enough, at one point Neelu was urging her friends and followers on Facebook to call the hospital, pretending to be family members of Neelu’s sister, and attempt to have the hospital change her treatment. In many ways, it seemed like an echo of the recent Alfie Evans case, and reminded us of Tracey Morris urging followers to “Storm that hospital!”
Finally, Tinribs decided that enough was enough:
OK, I just couldn’t sit back and allow this harassment to continue without doing anything about it, so I’ve just called the ward and had a conversation with a senior member of staff. Forewarned is forearmed and all that. I’ve alerted her to Neelu’s video and posts calling for people to phone the ward pretending to be relatives of Dolly and harass the staff; I’ve given her Neelu’s three most commonly used pseudonyms in case she tries calling under an assumed name; I’ve told them about the allegations of attempted murder; and I’ve told them about Michael Evans’ threat to go to the hospital to confront the staff and Sucheta Kumari’s vow to call them pretending to be Dolly’s cousin Sue. Oh and I also told her that nurses and other hospital staff do a brilliant job and shouldn’t have to put up with people like this. She was very responsive and took down notes, names etc. and seemed very appreciative.
While Neelu did urge her followers to call the hospital the following day, the staff were aware of what was happening, and were able to respond appropriately.
We understand that as of Wednesday, 13 June, Neelu’s sister had been discharged home with a palliative care plan, which Neelu seems to find acceptable. We are very sorry for her sister’s illness, but glad that Tinribs’ proactive stance helped calm an escalating situation.
Sympathy for the bailiff
While bailiffs aren’t always the most sympathetic of characters, we pity any bailiff assigned to repossess anything from Neelu: he or she will be assailed with a deluge of hostile Freeman on the land gibberish and verbal abuse. Oh wait, FOTL gibberish and verbal abuse are pretty much the same thing, aren’t they?
In any case, this is exactly what happened yesterday when a bailiff turned up at Neelu’s house to repossess a white van parked in her drive. Neelu, enthusiastically filming as always, can be seen haranguing the man, accusing him of assaulting her, demanding to see the court order, claiming the court order is a fraud, etc. The usual Neelu nonsense.
On Facebook, Neelu urged her friends to come to her assistance, and said they should “give the thug a phone call”. She even provided his telephone number:
As the dramaz unfolded (of course there was dramaz, this is Neelu we’re talking about), Neelu’s half-witted friends offered their own contributions:
Once again, Tinribs swung into action:
Just left a message on the guy’s voicemail alerting him to Neelu and Louise’s comments. …
Unsatisfied, he tried again:
OK, I’ve just called a second time, as it occurred to me that if Facebook takes the comments down, he’ll lose the evidence, so I wanted to let him know that we have the screenshots should he need them. Anyhoo, I got through to him this time. Turns out he’s a really nice, really friendly guy and he had a chuckle at the ‘gay website’ thing. He says that since his run-in with Neelu this morning, he’s got the police involved, which I think was a good move.
We sincerely hope that Neelu and her friends are reported to the police for harassment and for attempting to stop a court order from being carried out. And we hope that the information which Tinribs passed along to the bailiff will help.
Green in Aberdeen?
Later yesterday, the Green Gobbler reported that the extremely dodgy Scottish Fresh Start Foundation was planning to invite Hollie Hoaxer Robert Green to speak at their event Saturday next, at the Station Hotel in Aberdeen:
For those unfamiliar with the Hollie Greig hoax, you can read a summary here. As in the Hampstead SRA hoax, the real victims were the 22 falsely accused Aberdeen residents, many of whom had their lives turned upside down by allegations that they were paedophiles. According to Brian Gerrish of UK Column, Green is under a lifetime gagging order; and he is under an interdict which prevents him entering Aberdeen.
You ‘aving that, Tinribs? Indeed he was not!
I’m gonna phone the Station Hotel and let them know about Green’s ban, convictions and lifetime gagging order…
However, this time he reported back that things were not what they seemed:
Something weird’s going on here. The event’s booked for the 22nd at the hotel, not the 23rd. If I’m not overthinking it, could the FSF members have an agreed ‘code’ whereby they advertise events a day later than they’re on to stop objectors/police coming to disrupt them? The members all know it’s the day before but the ‘enemy’ doesn’t. Just a thought.
Anyhoo, she said she’d look at the hotel’s future booking precedures. I thanked her for that but also urged her to look at cancelling the one next week. I told her that the FSF is a ‘dodgy’ organisation that is not averse to lawbreaking. She was really nice and seemed to appreciate me letting her know.
She also said that the event was booked under the name Emma Delofeby. Probably a fake name.
So far as we’re aware, “Delefoby” isn’t a word, let alone a surname. Certainly, so far as the internet is concerned, “Emma Delefoby” isn’t a real person. Could it be a typographical error? Perhaps. Or possibly just a fake name, given by someone aware that the police might be interested.
As for the strange date change, Tinribs informed us that he double-checked it with the hotel, and was informed that the FSF had indeed booked their event on the 22nd, not the 23rd. So either they are the most incompetent meeting planners (with the oddest surname) in the known universe, or they are attempting to throw the police off their scent.
In either event, the police have now been duly informed.
And in honour of Tinribs’ actions above and beyond the call of duty, we hereby declare today “Tinribs Appreciation Day” at Hoaxtead Research.
Thanks for stepping into the breach and taking appropriate action, and for helping us do our part to stop these people in their tracks.