Yesterday we shared Angela Power-Disney’s
meltdown hissy fit narcissistic rage explosion, apparently triggered by the news that the Gardaí had disobeyed her explicit instructions to identify and arrest everyone who has ever dissed her online.
Instead, the officer in charge of her case had the unmitigated rind to send her case to the Director of Public Prosecutions, and even Angela grasps the import of this news. It means that the police believe that she might have a case to answer, and they are now asking the DPP to decide whether to prosecute Angela for her relentless harassment of certain people who she claims are “Satanic paedophiles”.
Once she’d finished explaining that she was completely innocent, and her victims were guilty by dint of having carried on with their lives in express violation of her wishes, Angela calmed down a bit, and at one point she and Tere Joyce touched briefly on another topic:
Tere: I want to talk about this Ruben Quintana for a second…he went to work on Hampstead, got put in prison over there, right? You know, they incarcerated him…
Angela: Which one? Who are you talking about?
Tere: Ruben, Ruben Quintana.
Angela: Oh, Rupert Quaintance!
Tere: Rupert! It’s Rupert, I’m sorry….
Angela: No, Rupert!
After Tere explains that she was confusing Rupert Quaintance with Quintana, who bills himself as a Christian comedian, and is a dead ringer for Rupert:
Once they’d cleared up that little misunderstanding…
Tere: Right, he was put in prison, and then, you know, the videos that looked like he was unravelling, whatever what going on with him, he got put in the mental institution, right? They incarcerated him.
Angela: Yeah, they did, yeah.
Having thrown that titbit of information out there, they moved on.
Somehow, this brief exchange, casually tossed into the conversation and then just as quickly abandoned, seemed emblematic.
Rupert is just one of the many people who Angela has engaged, used, and ultimately tossed aside when they were of no further use to her. She recruited Rupert in early 2016, and in collusion with Sabine McNeill and Belinda McKenzie among others, paid for him to come to the UK to “investigate” the Hampstead case.
He made multiple threats to the families of Hampstead, starting with threats to “kick down doors” and take blood from them, and they were justifiably very concerned.
We have not kept a close eye on Rupert since his release from a four and a half month stay at HMP Wandsworth, followed by his deportation back to America. He had been tried and found guilty of harassing a number of Hampstead families in August 2016, but once he’d served his time we felt that unless he reverted to harassing families in Hampstead, he had served his time, paid his debt to society, and should be allowed to rebuild his life in peace.
We’d heard rumblings that he had travelled to California at one point, and that he’d made at least one video in which he appeared to be having some sort of breakdown, but this was no longer our business.
However, hearing Angela and Tere so casually mention that Rupert had been sectioned, as though they were discussing a change in the weather, seemed somehow…inappropriate. In typical form, Angela waved the subject off, without so much as an acknowledgement that she and her friends had shared responsibility for bringing Rupert to these shores, nor that they had goaded and encouraged him to break the law.
Of course Rupert was responsible for his own actions, but would he have even considered actually coming here, had Angela & Co. not raised the money for him to do so?
Angela and Tere mention, offhandedly, that following his imprisonment Rupert’s mental health had deteriorated to the point where he required involuntary hospitalisation—but neither of them expresses sympathy or regret, much less responsibility, for this situation.
It seems that Rupert is now just another of their ruined lives. Move on, people, nothing to see here.