Abraham Christie and Ella Draper have pretty much exhausted their welcome with their former UK co-conspirators. It’s all just a bit much, facing arrest, police cautions, trials, and even prison time, for two people who can’t even be arsed to come home and face the music.
However, of late Abe and Ella have been tapping into the larger and seemingly more lucrative U.S. conspiritainment market, which conveniently enough, caters to those who suffer from a combination of paranoia, ignorance, repressed sexual sadism, and hyper-religiosity. Clearly the perfect audience for what Abe and Ella are selling.
Previous ventures—such as Ella’s ill-fated interviews with professional chin-wobbler Nathan Stolpman, in which she admitted she’d made up some of what she’d forced her children to say on camera—have not always gone to their satisfaction, and so we wonder how they will feel about the latest American who’s trying to co-opt their story for his own gain.
Thomas Dunn, who has recently released a spate of videos in which he not only displays his stunning ignorance of the facts of the Hampstead SRA hoax, but adds his own bizarre religious overlay, is a case in point.
We’re sure his spewing of delusional videos is just fine and dandy with Abe and Ella, who have no problem with people exploiting RD’s children for YouTube hits.
However, Dunn has gone several steps further, applying that good old American entrepreneurial spirit to create something which he calls the “Legendary Campaign”.
Campaign for what? He doesn’t say.
But never mind. Visitors to his “Legendary Store” can fork over big bucks to acquire their choice of Hampstead paraphernalia, guaranteed to make them feel as though they are doing something to combat child sexual abuse:
Yes, folks, it’s “Agent Provocateur Cosplay Time” at the OK Corral! You, too, can pretend you care by splashing out for this top-of-the-line “Hampstead Justice” kit. Batman cape and mask not included.
Leaving aside what sort of “justice”, exactly, a group of lunatic-fringe Americans can hope to agitate for across the Atlantic, even if they manage to dress up as crime-fighting super-agents, we have a few questions for Dunn.
- How many sexually abused children, or adult sexual abuse survivors, will be directly aided by the money raised from these products?
- Has Dunn set up a registered charity through which any monies received will be appropriately distributed to assist victims of child sexual abuse?
- If not, why not?
- In his videos, Dunn claims that if Hoaxtead Research writers will not identify themselves, they must have some sort of “vested interest” in the alleged cult. Is Dunn aware that the writer for this blog has identified herself, and has publicly declared her interest?
- What is Dunn’s “vested interest” in selling t-shirts, banners, wristbands, films, buttons, stickers, and drop cards which make use of this story?
- Why is Dunn, a self-proclaimed evangelical/fundamentalist Christian, choosing to believe a woman who belongs to a cult run by someone who calls herself “Supreme Master”, and who subjected her children to this person’s teachings?
- Is Dunn aware that Abraham Christie has had an estimated 50+ criminal charges against him, at least 35 of which resulted in guilty verdicts and prison time?
- Is Dunn aware that Abraham Christie beat RD’s children severely enough that they both had bruises and contusions in the videos they made, as well as a ruptured eardrum from a fist to the head?
- Is Dunn thoroughly stupid, unbelievably gullible, stupendously greedy, or a mixture of the three?
Tell you what, Tom: we at Hoaxtead Research are also interested in “Justice for Hampstead”, and we’ve decided to take you up on your “Join us or die!” challenge, and join you in your campaign.
Herewith our poster. Hope you like it!