Since last August when Angela Power-Disney’s home was raided and her computer equipment seized by four (or possibly five) officers from Kells Garda Station, we’ve been waiting patiently to hear whether she would be charged, and if so, with what.
Readers will recall that Angie’s tech equipment was sent off for forensic examination, and that the Gardaí told her they would be in touch to let her know whether she would be charged.
If we’re reading the signs correctly, that time may be approaching.
According to the ever-reliable* The Reverend Master Sir Anthony Whatsis—you know, that fellow who claims to broadcast from a cave in India to his adoring worldwide audience of fruit loops—he has been informed by Angela that she “is now awaiting a reply from the public prosecutor’s office to see whether there’s enough evidence to prosecute her”. This sounds like Angela’s turn of phrase, not his, so we’re inclined to think he might be quoting her.
As we all know, in defiance of police advice, the laws against harassment (which are more or less similar to those here), and the common sense God gave geese, Angela has continued—in fact, ramped up—her hate campaign against certain named individuals since the Gardaí seized her equipment.
In video after video, post after post, she has reiterated and elaborated upon the very material which got her into this mess in the first place.
We dared to hope that following Sabine McNeill’s guilty verdict and nine-year sentence, Angela might decide to tone it down a bit, but instead, she decided to take advantage of the relative power vacuum in the Hoaxtead mob, and assigned her latest
dupe friend to come to Southwark Crown Court and get arrested, jailed overnight, and tried for sheer stupidity naming a protected witness in a YouTube video. Apparently she was experimenting with Belinda’s patented “lead from behind” leadership model.
Whatever the Irish Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions decides to do vis á vis charges, we hope they have been made aware of Angela’s ongoing harassing behaviour.
Hilariously, she has claimed that the Gardaí were not searching her tech equipment for evidence with which to charge her; rather, they were looking for evidence that she has been unfairly maligned and abused by her enemies (read: us).
According to her friend in the cave in India, “the good news is that DS Mark Looby from Kells police is backing Angie, but suggests to avoid going to jail she stop exposing the Hampstead cult”.
Just as we have no idea what could give her the impression that the police have been searching for evidence against us on her computer, we have no clue why Angela might be under the impression that the Gardaí are “backing” her. Does she really not understand the concept of a criminal investigation? (Rhetorical; don’t bother answering.)
Here’s a piece of advice for you, Angela: listen to DS Looby. If he says to stop harassing people to avoid going to jail, he probably knows what he’s talking about. In fact, we think he told you that when you were interviewed after your equipment was seized, didn’t he?
Think about what happened to Sabine, who was warned multiple time by police and the courts that she must stop her criminal behaviour or risk prison. She pushed that one to the limit, didn’t she? And what happened to her? A precedent-setting prison sentence, that’s what.
Is that really the road you want to travel? (Again: rhetorical.)
*Ever-reliable: Just our little joke there.