Yesterday we learned that Matt Taylor, who was convicted of contempt of court in respect of his violation of a civil injunction preventing him from stalking Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner Katy Bourne, had received another knock on the door from the police.
As we reported in October, Taylor was given a four months’ sentence, suspended for two years.
According to Taylor, who posted on Facebook about the incident, a Sussex police officer had shown up at his door Saturday night, “flapping sheets of paper around” and ordering him to “do things before midnight” or risk further arrest. This unnerved Taylor so much that he was required to take a long soak in the bath to de-stress.
Given that Taylor is currently under a suspended sentence, we would assume that should he be found to have violated its terms he could wind up in prison.
As for being ordered to “do things” we surmised that this had to do with removing material from the Internet.
In short order, we noticed that one of Taylor’s many blogs, the only five years out-of-date Gettingreadyfor2015, had been removed from the internet by its owner. It seems likely that this is related to Taylor’s recent police visit.
Taylor has removed material from the internet before, but it seems to pain him so much that he cannot resist replacing it with more incriminating material.
Like many Hampstead SRA hoax promoters, his appetite for attention appears boundless, and he seems to value online page views so much that he is willing to put his freedom in jeopardy.
And speaking of his craving for attention…
Prime minister in waiting?
For those unfortunates among us who have been following Andy Devine’s uncontrolled online vomiting, you might be interested to know that Taylor has put himself forth as the prime minister in waiting of the Moai King William IV Party, which allegedly takes power in the UK as of 28 March.
An unknown personality within Westminster circles, who came last in the 2015 Brighton Kemptown General Election as an independent candidate, Taylor has built himself a reputation as a maverick politician, a political columnist and a campaigner against police corruption. …
Promising to inject the economy with £970 million trillion trillion, promoting tidal energy as the nation’s new power source and building new sustainable Earthships to address the nation’s shortage of homes; Taylor claims to have all the solutions to today’s problems.
Good to know.
(And yes, Taylor frequently writes about himself in the third person. We don’t know whether he thinks this makes him sound more professional, or he actually thinks readers will believe that someone else is writing about him.)
Taylor might wish to get his act cleaned up vis-à-vis his apparent inability to stop violating his restraining order before he takes his oath of office. Then again, we’re not certain that such niceties will be all that important to the King William IV party.