It happens from time to time: things go quiet amongst the Hampstead hoaxers and their followers, and we are left twiddling our thumbs and wondering what to write about.
In the past we’ve busied ourselves with tidying up various areas of the blog, and right now we’re facing a tidy-up of epic proportions: we need to go through the reports from Sabine’s trial and arrange them in a way which will make them easily accessible to newcomers.
This will probably involve creating some new permanent pages, as we’ve done with the two previous “big” Hampstead trials—Sabine and Neelu’s 2016 trial for witness intimidation, and Rupert Quaintance’s harassment trial last year.
We realised yesterday that a number of interesting facts were revealed at the trial which deserve more consideration here.
For example, as we mentioned yesterday, it came to light during the trial that evidence found on her computer showed that Sabine had been correct in asserting that she had only become involved in the case in November 2014.
This has forced us to revise our opinion that the entire case was cooked up by Belinda, Sabine, Abraham, and Ella many months earlier. Given the evidence heard in court, it now appears that the original collusion was between Abraham and Ella, and that they had contacted Gerrish and Maloney independently, prior to returning to the UK from Morocco.
Over the next few days, we’ll be integrating this and similar material into the FAQ pages, and probably doing a bit of fancy footwork with the pages themselves, to ensure they’re easily accessible by new readers.
Of course, having said this, we fully expect that tomorrow we will wake up to some startling new development which will require our full attention…because that’s just how this thing rolls.
But for now, it’s time to mend the nets.