Angela Power-Disney has broken the Office Tapir.
As we write today’s post, he is lying on the floor, holding an ice-pack to his head and emitting the occasional moan, then subsiding back into a mournful silence.
You see, we made the error of assigning TOT to Angela’s latest video masterpiece. (No, not the twitch, grimace, and fiddle one, that was covered in yesterday’s post.) She has blurted out another since then, and this time, against all odds, she actually revealed some moderately interesting material, though probably not for the reasons she thinks.
It seems that Angela actually reported her allegations of sexual abuse—though we don’t know the details, we can deduce that they were primarily against her father—to the Wiltshire and Somerset and Avon police.
In a video released yesterday, she shared related email correspondence between herself and two police officers.
This is where poor old TOT came in: his unenviable task was to a) watch the video (which he did, grudgingly, on 1.5 speed) and b) sort the screenshots into some form of chronological order. He tried, bless him. He tried.
In typical fashion, Angela presented her “evidence” (which is really only evidence that she told her made-up story to police, and that they entertained her for a brief shining moment) in fits and starts, and in no particular order. We feel TOT really went above and beyond last night: herewith, his best effort.
The email trail, such as it is
We should add that while TOT was vaguely aware of Angela yammering on during the video, he was more focused on the actual evidence than her ludicrous claims about MK Ultra and such. There’s only so much one tapir can take, after all.
We begin in September 2015, about a month after Angela presumably was interviewed by an officer named Helen Clarke. For reasons unrelated, Helen moved off the case.
The “autopsy report” of course refers to Angela’s sister Fiona, who had died a few months previously. Angela has since publicly accused her father of murdering Fiona, but as we will see, that seems extremely improbable. The officer involved, Nadine Partridge (rank unknown) is following standard procedure here, laying out the groundwork for the case. Basically, “Okay, thanks, you’ve done enough, we’ll take it from here. And for God’s sake, stop requesting medical records on our behalf!”
This next bit is undated, but TOT believes it fits here:And now, dear readers, prepare yourselves. This is Angela’s own personal list of the men unfortunate enough to have become involved in her life:Why Angela deemed it necessary to detail her entire sexual history we may never know. However, it’s clear that anyone unfortunate enough to become involved in a liaison with her could expect the royal treatment: her exes are variously described as drug addicts, potential sleeper terrorists, borderline paedophiles, perverts, predators…you name it.
Either Angela had spectacularly terrible judgement when it came to the men in her life, or she is a lying cow. Or possibly both.
The next pair of emails seem to be in reverse chronological order, so read the bottom one first:
It seems that despite Nadine’s pleas to stop sending them stuff, Angie decided to send them a conversation with her eldest sister…and requested that they forward it to a potential witness in a criminal investigation. “Clueless” doesn’t really begin to describe it.
After several months’ break, Nadine sends another update, and yet another plea to stop sending them shit for the love of God. Videos, she assures Angie, are a waste of time, not admissible as evidence, and just basically useless.
From this, we infer that in the intervening months, Angela saw fit to deluge the officers with a bunch of evidence of her own devising, which they are attempting to spurn, as politely as possible.In the next email, more than a year after the original police interview, Nadine tries to “manage expectations”: if Angela’s father is diagnosed with advanced dementia, and therefore will not be able to be interviewed, and the case will be closed:Further, Nadine says, circumstantial evidence from Angela’s children or niece won’t be accepted either. Can anyone else see Nadine attempting to tiptoe away from this case?
In mid-December, the axe falls: Angela’s father does indeed have advanced dementia. Case closed:While this next email isn’t dated, and by the time TOT got to it he was in no mood to work out where it fit in the story, so we’re adding it as a sort of postscript: Basically, no evidence has been turned up on any front, your dad is in no condition to understand or participate in an interview, and your so-called evidence isn’t, so please go away and stop bothering us.