Noted “schoolgirl porn” video inspector and self-described “investigative journalist” Richard Carvath has just released a disturbing video, titled “Teacher in Hampstead”.
The video, which Carvath claims was filmed at Waterstone’s book shop in Hampstead, shows a blurry image from behind, of what looks like a man rocking his child in his arms, then tousling his or her hair. Carvath claims that this is the husband of a teacher from the school named by Ella Draper and Abraham Christie in their attempt to promote the Hampstead SRA hoax.
What’s disturbing about the video is not the sight of the man and his child, but the fact that Carvath was in fact stalking them and filming them with a view to implying that the man was doing something untoward.
Back in November, Carvath tweeted a “Summary Statement” regarding the Hampstead hoax:
After careful investigation of the notorious Hampstead Case, my conclusion is that the key generic allegation at the heart of the case—that of SRA child abuse by a secret group of Hampstead-based Satanists—is TRUE.
In saying this, I do not assert that every last detail of the complainants’ factual assertions can be relied upon as perfectly correct.
However, I do assert that the complainants essentially told the truth, to the best of their ability, in the difficult circumstances in which the truth came to be revealed.
Some nice squirmage happening there: while he’s saying the children might have got some of the story wrong, he doesn’t specify which parts, but only that they “essentially told the truth”. So anybody who takes issue with any aspect of the allegations will be met with “well, maybe that part isn’t true, but the main part is”. Slippery, very slippery.
Therefore, I hold to be true the complainants’ factual assertions of (1) the existence of a secret group of Satanists in Hampstead, and (2) the practice of SRA (i.e. Satanist Ritual Abuse) on children by adult members of that Satanist group.
This is a conclusion I share with several British police detectives.
Such as Jon Wedger and Ray Savage, perhaps?
The so-called ‘retractions’ made in this case are ridiculous and only serve to underscore the honesty of the complainants in their original testimonies.
But didn’t he just say that the “complainants” got some (unspecified) things wrong? Make up your alleged mind, man. Which is it?
I assert that the police and ‘family court’, with mainstream media assistance, have knowingly and deliberately covered-up the very serious crimes alleged in this case.Richard Carvath, British investigative journalist and private investigator
22 November 2018
A few days after issuing this statement, Carvath released a five-second-long video taken outside Christ Church Primary School in Hampstead.
The video, titled “HampWatch: seeking the truth behind the Hampstead SRA child abuse cover up” in fact shows no signs whatsoever of “seeking the truth”. Rather, it shows the fence outside the school playground, and ends with a shot of Carvath’s own shoe. Children can be heard playing in the background.
Even so, it is disturbing to know that yet another obsessed fruitloop is lurking about Hampstead filming children and their parents, with a view to reigniting the Hampstead hoax.
We’ll be turning this material over to the Metropolitan Police.