Well, it’s just like old times again—after a few weeks of relative radio silence, Neelu Berry did a live-stream from her old stomping grounds outside the Royal Courts of Justice a couple of days ago, waffling on about David Noakes and mass remedies and corruption processes and whatnot.
Frankly, we didn’t pay all that much attention to most of the video, but we did note her comments about our old friend Pavement-licker Paterson (one t, no sugar):
We’re here to file the paperwork for John Paterson, for a contempt kind of trial I guess, where the Attorney General has been caught out…erm, is going to get caught out, has been caught out prosecuting whistleblowers and people who are meant to be protected by the Attorney General, by the state. and this has been going the wrong way for all the whistleblowers, they’ve all been falsely prosecuted, because the corrupt state sees…deems all good people who are anti-corruption as enemies of the state.
So we’re going to change all that here on that hearing, I think 14th of May, so because we’re going through the massive publicity stage of this corruption, the mass remedy process, it’s in the unfitness test. So all judges are on unfitness tests, all councils are on unfitness tests, the whole Parliament is on unfitness tests for the mass remedy process. So we’re at the stage where we have 200 corruption claims …
….wibble wibble wibble kazoo. Repeat ad nauseam.
It’s the part about “Attorney General” which interested us: by “contempt kind of thing I guess”, Neelu seems to be implying that Paterson is facing a contempt of court hearing.
What sort of contempt? Which court? The Magic 8 Ball says: “Reply hazy, try again”.
And by “the Attorney General has been caught out…erm is going to get caught out”, we presume she means that she and her wacky gang of friends believe that Paterson’s upcoming hearing will offer them another opportunity to arrest judges and generally make nuisances of themselves.
All Neelu-isms aside, though, it seems reasonable to infer from all of this that Paterson will be facing some sort of legal action by the Attorney General—generally considered a fairly serious matter by those of us who are not complete wackadoos.
If we come across anything which offers a more informative view, we’ll be sure to let you know.
Meanwhile, Paterson has been on another hate-mail rampage against this blog, sending us subtle missives like this one:
Hey ho, all in a day’s collection of death threats.
p.s. We liked Neelu’s choice of background here; the wrought iron antennae are rather fetching, don’t you think?