We believe it was dear old Mark Twain who said, “Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak and to remove all doubt”. In a similar vein, we remember seeing a t-shirt which read, “When swimming in deep water, one should remember to keep one’s mouth shut”.
It’s wise counsel, especially for someone who has had their house raided and tech seized by police, followed by an interview under caution. However, as we know, Angela Power-Disney has never been one for following wise counsel.
That’s probably why, as soon as she’d been turned loose by the Kells Gardaí, she began churning out self-incriminating videos at an industrial rate: a brief one on Friday, just to reassure her followers that she was home; a much longer one on Monday, in which she repeated her harassment against RD multiple times (we lost count at eight); and then on Tuesday, still another one with the slack-jawed and terminally gullible Jason Goodman of “Crowdsourcing the Truth”.
Some of what Angela said during this video will no doubt be of great interest to the police who are currently investigating her case. Here are a few highlights.
Last one standing
At 4:05 Angela says,
Angela: On Friday I got raided by the police. There were four or five of them, with a warrant to confiscate my tech.
Jason: What was the basis on which they received that warrant? What had you done?
Angela: I’ve been investigating a Satanic ritual abuse allegation called the Hampstead case in London for just over three years. And the leader, the alleged leader of that cult has pressed harassment charges against almost all of the campaigners that work or worked on that case, and I was…the last campaigner that had not yet been arrested or sectioned or evicted or harassed. I mean, I have been harassed greatly online, but I was the last one to have this harassment thing rolled out on.
So basically, Angela is admitting here that she is very well aware that other people who have harassed the families, teachers, clergy, and businesses of Hampstead have been arrested. (We know that Jake’s sectioning and Neelu’s eviction had nothing to do with their involvement in promoting the hoax, but apparently Angela is contractually obligated to claim otherwise. Ho hum.)
Her knowledge that others had been arrested for doing what she claims to have done implies that she knew her activities were illegal, but that she chose to plough ahead anyway.
Our guess, based on her continual rants about the Irish Gardaí “caving” to someone from the UK, is that she believed her location outside the UK would protect her from arrest. As she would say, “Nice try, no cigar”.
Angela: And what happened is that a couple of months ago, [RD] and the children had been given fake identities and disappeared, and I resigned from the case about two months ago, saying look, I’ve given this three years of my life, it’s affected me hugely and my family, I’m stepping down.
And then about a week after I stepped down, I got intelligence of the children resurfacing, and it was at his own hand. He appeared in an eBay commercial video in America, with the children, full camera, lights, action, international eBay promotional video for entrepreneur of the year awards. He got a free holiday to America, and chose to go and appear. So I did a blog about it but I didn’t name…
Now, we’re certain that Angela doesn’t have a jealous bone in her body, but her constant harping on RD and the children having won a “free holiday to America” does sound just at teeny-tiny bit like sour grapes to us. Just saying.
Also, just think about what she’s saying here: she stepped away from the case, but as soon as she saw RD and his children again, seemingly happy and successful, she chose to go back on the attack. We’re sure the court will be very interested in hearing about this.
Broadening the field
Jason admits that he really has no clue about the specifics of the Hampstead hoax, and so Angela walks him through her own twisted version of events, starting at about 11:40:
Angela: As I say, none of the alleged crime sites were sealed, at that time the only person to have been interviewed amongst…I think there were 14, at least 14 abusers named, maybe much more, the only one that was spoken to was the father, by invitation without caution, about one incident.
Jason: What is an interview without caution?
Angela: He was just invited in for a chat. And he didn’t have his technology taken. Given the severity and the detail of the allegations, it warranted an absolutely high-level, incredibly thorough investigation.
The other thing that was glaring was the children, a bit like Fiona Barnett, but they were only eight and nine, they drew drawings of their abusers and very distinguishing marks. Birthmarks, body piercings, tattoos…it was absolutely there for the investigating, and it in my opinion was swiftly covered up. The mother and the boyfriend were in my opinion framed for being…for having coached the children.
Now there’s 34 videos of the children, I think 19 of them were there original disclosures, and if you could coach the children to the level of disclosure that they made which included not just being mass abused, but being given cocaine, given alcohol, given injections, witnessing Satanic rituals, witnessing murders, the detail was so intensive that it absolutely warranted crime scenes being sealed and all the alleged abusers having their tech taken and…
So far, we are only aware of one person having reported Angela to the Gardaí. However, in this segment she broadens the number of people she’s accusing.
Given that during his August 2017 trial, Rupert Quaintance testified that Angela had sent him at least one Excel spreadsheet containing the names, addresses, and personal details of the parents, teachers, social workers, and police officers, we expect that specialists in the Cyber-Crime division who are currently examining her computers will discover that RD was not her only target.
Using a public forum to make false allegations against these additional people, in addition to the allegations she’s already made against RD since Friday, would seem to be just one more misstep in Angela’s ongoing campaign to incriminate herself before she’s even charged.
The money shot
We’ve saved the best for last, though.
You know how we’ve been bleating on for…well, years now, that this hoax was a well-planned operation involving multiple players? We can thank Angela for confirming this yet again:
Angela: The details are so complex on this case, and I worked as part of a team of about 30 people that were in it for the long haul, and set up a blog called Hampstead Research. And professionals all over the world, semi-professionals, all pooled their knowledge for nothing, so there was extensive…and I can get this to you, I can get the files of evidence to you, the evidence was mountainous, but the only thing that happened since…now, the judge that shut the case down after 12 days and said, “Anybody that would think such a thing was just evil and perverse” or something like that, because it had gone viral worldwide
Jason: Where can we see that Hampstead Research blog?
Angela: Well it got sabotaged, but..well, I’d have to send this to you by email, because I’ve got a big dossier, I’ve got a bundle of the evidence. And if you research as well, I don’t want you to do this at the moment, because as you know, I’ve been raided now finally, I don’t want you to look up the videos, but the videos are still online of the children’s original 19 disclosures, and I challenge people to judge for themselves.
No beating about the bush here: she just comes right out and admits that she was involved in a 30+-person conspiracy to promote the hoax via Charlotte Ward’s vile Hampstead Research blog. She claims that these people were “professionals, semi-professionals” who “all pooled their knowledge for nothing”. Fascinating.
And it seems that the Gardaí might wish to make a return trip to Angela’s house ASAP, to pick up the “mountainous” piles of evidence which Angela claims to have in a [we assume] paper dossier, documenting that conspiracy.
Because that’s what it is, when two or more people get together to harass an entire community: it’s a conspiracy. And believe it or not, the law frowns upon conspiracies to commit crimes even more sternly than upon the plain old crimes themselves.
So, Angie, is there anything else you’d like to tell us? We’re all ears.