Readers might recall that Wesley P.P. Hall, noted Hampstead SRA hoax pusher, attempted blackmailer, and small-time scammer, has been a fugitive in Spain for the past several months.
Arrested from a flight to Malaga in May 2018 on suspicion of perverting the course of justice, he was interviewed by DC Steve Martin and released, but was spooked enough by the experience that when the opportunity presented itself he legged it for Spain.
Despite his claims that he had been “sent to Spain” and then somehow double-crossed and abandoned there, the real story came out quite quickly. In late 2017, he had met a very kind and empathic but overly trusting woman, who believed his stories about “helping the homeless” and being an anti-poverty activist.
She had assisted him financially, paid him for tech and web-building services (need we even say that he never produced anything for her), bought him new tech equipment when his kept getting “stolen”, and even subsidised his travel to Spain (where he said he needed to go to escape the sooper-ebil Satanists who were out to murder him, ahem).
However, when this lady finally pulled the plug and declined to send him more money last September, Wesley first tried to emotionally blackmail her by threatening to kill himself, and began harassing and defaming her husband, in a targeted campaign designed to destroy that man’s professional life.
Since September, we’ve heard from Wesley sporadically, via his Facebook posts: first he was hatching another grandiose scheme involving squatting in abandoned housing and creating a cannabis health retreat, but within weeks he was sending seemingly panicked missives, claiming that he was being gang-stalked.
These were no ordinary gang-stalkers, however: these gang-stalkers were so fiendishly clever that they managed to follow and photograph him while completely ignoring him and walking in the opposite direction to him.
And that brings us to Wesley’s latest, a petulant rant about the horrible lies we’ve allegedly told about him:
Here’s how things currently stand in Wesley’s twisted version of reality:
- When we report on things which Wesley has posted publicly on Facebook we are “stalking” him (because we fear him);
- He’s “definitely not wanted by the police”, and can come and go freely between Spain, the UK, and Ireland…but he’s still hiding out in Spain;
- He’s done nothing wrong and his only crime has been to expose corruption…though he never says who or what he has exposed;
- He’s getting his phone and laptop back…maybe someday;
- He’s reported us to the police…the same ones he was loudly claiming were planning to kill him;
- He’s going to hire a private detective…even though they cost an average of £150–£220/hr…and even though he’s been wailing and moaning for months now that he’s skint;
- And he’s going to hire a solicitor while he’s at it, just you see if he doesn’t!
Funnily enough, it turns out that fewer and fewer people believe Wesley’s fairy stories.
At a glance, it looks as though eight people shared his post, but a closer look reveals that seven of the eight were actually Wesley’s own accounts:
The one non-Wesley account that shared the post was, shall we say, less than sympathetic:
It seems we’re not the only ones who have Wesley’s number. Your move, Chuckles.