Elegy for Hoaxtead Research

In the beginning was the Hampstead Hoax.

It started online, as is customary these days, and within days it had smashed into the lives of its victims, leaving them frightened, uncertain, and dazed.

Parents found pictures and descriptions of themselves, and worse, their children, smeared across the internet and indelibly linked to the most vile and damaging allegations. Teachers, clergy, social workers, even the local shoemaker suddenly found that their Facebook pages were being relentlessly mined for personal information that could provide even the most implausible link to false claims that they raped children, murdered infants, roasted them in a McDonald’s restaurant’s “secret kitchen”, drank their blood, and used their skulls as body décor.

Protestations of innocence only further convinced the accusers of guilt. Attempts to have material taken down from the internet proved futile, as social media platforms ignored victims’ pleas. Those pushing the Hoax had launched a well-orchestrated campaign, and each day the threats and accusations intensified.

There seemed no way to fight back.

Enter the Sceptics

But the Hoax did not convince everyone. As it spread, it reached some people who recognised it straight away for what it was. Some of them argued with the True Believers, hoping to convince them with tools like “logic” and “evidence”.

This proved about as effective as arguing with so many heads of cabbage.

Within weeks of the Hoax having burst onto the scene, the Sceptics began to notice one another’s existence.

Some started exchanging posts on YouTube, and then in Google+ (may it rest in peace), while others congregated on Facebook. It quickly became clear that some of the True Believers were keenly interested in the Sceptics’ conversations, and so private groups were formed to allow unfettered discussion.

The Sceptics came from all backgrounds and walks of life. Most had never met in real life, and never would. Some were familiar with the impossibility of arguing with conspiracy believers, others had never encountered a conspiracy believer in their lives, and some believed in other conspiracies, but saw the Hoax for what it was.

A few lived in Hampstead or knew people who did; most had never been there. Some preferred to work alone, but checked in with one or two others when they felt they had something useful to share. Others liked the camaraderie of working as part of a collective.

What they all shared was a deep-seated revulsion at the lies that were being told, outrage at the lives that were being damaged, and a commitment to do what they could to stop the Hoax.

They knew that this would be no small task, as the Hoax was gathering new followers daily, and by early March 2015 had at least four blogs operating to disseminate its messages and delve into the victims’ lives.

The advent of Hoaxtead Research

In early May 2015 one of Sceptics, Scarlet Scoop, started this blog. Initially it parodied and fired back at Hampstead Research, a blog set up by a person who called herself “Jacqui Farmer”.

Since then, this blog has been the public-facing side of something rather extraordinary.

Hoaxtead Research quickly acquired its own set of followers and a lively comments section, and became a touchstone in the fight against the Hoax. Another veteran of the original groups, El Coyote took over writing the blog in August 2015.

What of those early groups of Sceptics?

Some early members dropped off for health or personal reasons, but many have remained, and others have joined in since. The groups have ebbed and flowed over the years, but some things have remained constant: their members share a commitment to finding and disseminating the truth about the Hoax, and to supporting those who’ve suffered because of it.

For the past four years, these groups have formed a loosely affiliated network to share information, evidence, and opinions. They have acted as information conduits for this blog. Without their individual and collective efforts, this blog could not have existed, and we certainly could not have accomplished as much as we have.

The common denominator since the very beginning has been trust and mutual respect. We might not always agree with one another, but we either talk out our differences or agree to disagree.

The proof, however, has been in the pudding: while small, disseminated, and operating primarily via texts online, this loose collective of groups and individuals have punched far above their weight.

Early achievements

In early April 2015, one of these groups began trying to identify the participants in videos of the demonstrations outside the church—they passed their results along to the police, who were able to use it in the first arrests: Christine Ann Sands and Neelu Berry. Sands was deported, and Berry was eventually issued with a restraining order at her trial in 2016.

Other projects followed: at least two separate groups were involved in attempting to identify one of the most malicious bloggers, “Jacqui Farmer”. The two groups eventually came together to share their findings, and were once again able to inform the police and the public that “Farmer” was really named Charlotte Alton Ward, that she lived with her partner Jacco de Boer in Paramaribo, Suriname, and that she was a long-time colleague of Belinda McKenzie and Sabine McNeill.

And after a great deal of hard work persuading WordPress that Ward’s blog was violating the law and endangering the safety of multiple innocent families, we were finally able to have it shut down. Yes, it came back to life again, but Ward would shut it down for good a few months later.

In August 2015, acting on a tip from a group member, police arrested Sabine McNeill at the Royal Courts of Justice, where she had turned up to support Ella (who was still on the run in Spain) with her appeal against the Pauffley judgment. This would be the first of many arrests for McNeill, who is currently serving a nine-year sentence for stalking and breaches of a restraining order—but that’s a whole story in itself.

At the same proceedings, Belinda McKenzie and Tracey Morris were issued with restraining orders, which helped encourage Belinda to shut down her blog and leg it for France.

In another excellent group effort, a harasser going by the name “Tiny Magical Creatures” was identified. A group member who’d left for health reasons but still kept an eye on things noticed in a video that TMC’s address was visible on a package she’d sent someone, and let us know. We notified the police, who paid her a visit. This led to her apologising, removing the offending videos, and promising to be good from then on—a promise she has failed to keep, but still.

And in December 2015, a group member along with Scarlet and EC contacted Wix, the publisher of Abe & Ella’s Hampstead Cover-Up blog, and had it permanently banned from Wix’s servers.

By 2016, the groups had really found their feet as a collective. Joint efforts included:

  • Petitioning Twitter to have Drifloud’s account removed—which worked twice, but ultimately he had a major hissy fit and somehow got reinstated;
  • Reporting Sabine McNeill and Neelu Berry’s various bail breaches to police (and there were many)—two of these reports would lead to charges on the indictment at her eventual trial;
  • Investigating information that Angela Power-Disney had been involved in skimming money from a fund-raising project;
  • Collating and reporting hundreds of illegal and/or harassing videos on YouTube, Vimeo, Vid.me and other sites;
  • Reporting hundreds of posts on Facebook and Twitter;
  • Passing on reams of evidence to police, which would eventually lead to bringing people like Eddie Isok/Edgar John, Belinda McKenzie, and Alan Alanson/Colley to trial.

One story sticks out as an extraordinary example of how the groups worked together: Angela Power-Disney and Sabine McNeill had persuaded “journalist” Rupert Quaintance to come to the UK to get more up close and personal in his harassment of the Hampstead parents. He’d made a video claiming to have urinated on the church, and had posted a picture of himself standing outside the gates to the school, in which he claimed to be holding a knife. He was wanted for questioning by police, but his location was unknown, and the police believed he had returned to the USA.

However, one afternoon in August 2016 Rupert stood in the back garden of the home where he’d been staying, and filmed himself gloating that “Hoaxtead will never find me”.

However, he hadn’t counted on our supporters.

The logo on a bin glimpsed in the video gave away the general area: Rupert was somewhere in Bexley. And a church spire in the background provided another clue. At first the church spire looked as though it might belong to Bexley Reformed United Church; but that hypothesis was quickly discarded:

The chase was on: using their combined skills and knowledge sets—architectural history, geo-location, and pure dogged staring-at-Google-Earth-images-until-your-eyes-bleed—several group members and their friends were able to pinpoint the exact address where Rupert was staying, and send it to EC. EC passed it along to the authorities, and within days, Rupert was arrested.

Following a year on bail, stranded in the UK without his passport, he stood trial in August 2017. He was found guilty on two counts of Harassment 4, and spent 4.5 months of a nine-month sentence at Wandsworth Prison, after which he was deported back to the United States.

Rupert’s case would prove pivotal, as it established a precedent in case law which would be carried forward to Sabine McNeill’s 2018 trial.

Why are we telling you all this?

In mid-April, we announced that we would be cutting back on our publishing schedule, from seven posts per week to four. We’d been talking for some time about the future of this blog, and had come to the conclusion that while a few stories remained to be told, by and large we felt that our job here was done.

One project remained—several people had suggested to us that we consider creating a series of videos explaining the hoax to people who prefer watching videos to reading blogs. We’ll be continuing to add to our YouTube channel, creating videos that encapsulate the four years’ worth of research and insight gained on this blog.

With sadness, though, we have decided that it’s time to take an indefinite break from Hoaxtead Research. We won’t be deactivating the blog, as we want it to remain online as a resource to anyone who cares about the facts in this case.

And of course, the minute we find out that (for example) Angela Power-Disney has been charged, or that Abraham Christie or Ella Draper have been arrested, we will be back online to report it—same Bat-time, same Bat-channel.

We’ll miss this place. We’ll miss the discussions we’ve had, both in the comments section and behind the scenes. Friendships, online and IRL, have been forged here, and the network that built itself in the wake of the Hampstead SRA hoax remains strong and vibrant.

As a collective, we have accomplished something that no one else was able to do: we ensured that there would be a permanent, respected voice of reason online to confront the Hoaxers’ lies. We helped bring numerous hoaxers to justice. And day after day, week after week, we let the victims know that they were not alone, and that they had someone fighting in their corner.

Everyone who has contributed should feel proud of that. I’m proud of all of us. Au revoir, mes amis.

204 thoughts on “Elegy for Hoaxtead Research

  1. Nice article, EC. I think this has been on the cards for some time, hasn’t it. It must be hard to find stuff to report on on a daily basis and I thank you for all your hard work. And yes, those Angie/Abe/Ella arrests will be well worth waiting for 😀

    PS: just to dangle some more immediate good news under your nose, it seems Andy Devine has just lost another two Facebook accounts 😂

    https://www.facebook.com/andy.devine.50364
    https://www.facebook.com/andrew.devine.9235

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  2. Good to know you’re staying up, EC. This blog has so much to be proud of. It’s helped to spread awareness of not just the Hampstead hoax but SRA hoaxes in general; and it’s helped to bring some very nasty individuals to justice and to be a voice for their victims. Bravo, EC and team, and thank you to the thousands of people who’ve contributed to and supported the blog over the years and continue to do so 🥇

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  3. I knew something was afoot when on Friday I was called in by the manager of Cleaning and Maintenance at MI5 Central and handed my UB40 slip, a long service Timex watch and uncermoniously escorted off the premises. They did say I could be ‘reactivated’ at any time should their be developments ala APD etc. It’s been a great experience. I don’t it’s over just yet,

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  4. And so… With the satisfaction of a job well done…

    I had a feeling this would be on the cards after the gobsmacking but thoroughly deserved Sabine McNeil sentence. That wasn’t a shot across the bow for the hoax promoters but a full on, twelve gun, fifteen inch broadside from which they are unlikely ever to recover and without new developments there’s little you can do but recap and retire victorious.

    Well done everybody and enjoy your retirement.

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  5. Thanks for all you have done. We all hope that justice will catch up with Angela Power Disney, even if it moves slowly.

    The Hampstead Hoax is dead, and there is an argument that whilst we continue to focus upon it, with good intent, it continues to have life, which is the paradox of fighting against these things.

    My focus is on Becki Percy, her appeal is in Sept/Oct 2019, which will mean we should have results at last before the end of the year against this parasite.

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  6. I know you need your life back, but feeling quite sad anyway. Well done you, Scarlet, and all the tireless contributors and researchers. In addition to helping and protecting the Hampstead falsely-accused, this blog is also a huge encouragement to any people elsewhere who find themselves victimised by the conspiranoid/idiots/fantasists and cynical,pathological liars who are looking for their next thrill. Tbh, I think you should write a book about the whole thing if you’re not just moving straight on to something new. In any case I wish you the very best for the future. You have done great things here.

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  7. Having been one of those in at (or at least near) the start of all this but unable to stay the course I must congratulate all those who have contributed and of course particularly EC and Scarlet Scoop for their unswerving efforts to help people that they don’t know. I think the decision to wind up the blog is the right one.

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  8. Absolutely understood and thanks for the great work.

    Readers who haven’t already done so may wish to set up a user on anti-scamming site Quatloos. GCHQ, MI5, MI6, Mossad, NWO, Jesuit, Freemasons and Illuminati operatives are welcome.

    Given that so many of these con-artists are, unsurprisingly, con artists there is a certain amount of crossover. Neelu has her own thread in United Kingdom and the NZ scam artist has one in <b<Other Countries/Regions. Hopegirl/QEG has her own thread in the Prosperity Scams topic but recently has been more likely to pop up in the Sov Cit US threads. Matt Taylor and John Paterson typically turn up in the Practical Lawful Dissent FMOTL antics. A lot of the usual suspects also make regular guest appearances.

    This is a link to the Sovereign Citizen topics. http://www.quatloos.com/Q-Forum/viewforum.php?f=37

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  9. Got the word a few months ago that you were thinking of closing down shop and were looking for the right moment. Sorry to see this go but fully understand the reasons. As you know many of us were brought together by this blog and are in contact behind the scenes. Some firm friendships have been formed both on and offline and that will continue as will the fight against nonsense.

    As I once had to hand over my winner’s sash and Crown to another (1947 seems so long ago….) I understand there comes a time when you have to move on.

    All the best to EC and Scarlet who’ve done a sterling job. This blog is a great resource. And good luck EC with the videos!

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  10. I can understand EC needs to focus on other things. I commend EC and Scarlet (though I don’t think I was visiting the blog when Scarlet was writing for it) for taking on the task of refuting the daft allegations made in the hoax. However I can understand it would become depressing thinking about how evil some people can be – i.e. perpetuating a hoax which should just have fallen by the wayside after the 1915 court proceedings. Also, there is the old saying about “none so deaf as those who do not wish to hear” – and (changing tangent slightly) if people contributing to “King” John’s scam can’t see it for what it is now I wonder when they ever will see it – when they lose their hard-earned cash I suppose. I’ve never been more than a commenter here and don’t know anyone “behind the scenes”* – my main hope now is that the families, some of whom were innocent victims in that they were in the same classes as the children involved in the hoax, who were so terribly wronged by the hoax will be able to eventually regain some normality in their lives.

    * Like I’ve said before, I always wondered how anyone could think people who visited/commented on this board could be part of a satanic group when they live in different parts of the country (and even on the other side of the world in some cases).

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  11. Mind you I could have done with some warning
    I’ve just had to cancel this year’s coveted Koala Awards Ceremony to be held in a major 5 Star hotel (scalpers are asking a fortune for tickets) and taken delivery of a batch of the prestigious gold-star trophies so it looks like EVERYONE gets one this year.
    You can pick one up at the door on your way out. Treasure it. Don’t settle for anything less (hint: a Hedgehog thingie).

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  12. I remember my shock when I discovered that the super secret group I was in was not the only one and there were several groups all looking into the Hampstead case! As I recall, in the early days the exchange of info between groups led to some quite big breakthroughs!

    EC and Scarlet should get medals for bringing it all together and producing such a great blog. You deserve your (partial) retirement. I hope you were in the pension scheme. 🙂

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  13. Yeah they sort of found everyone dint they and put all the info in one place.

    Great stuff and ta’ra mateys! See you if you’re ever up north.

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  14. Yes, several of us have been discussing it since Sabine’s sentencing came down, but wanted to tie up a few loose ends. Once the Alanson/Colley trial was done, it was time to shutter the place until the next Big Trial. 🙂

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  15. Yes, this is a sad occasion for me too, as I’ll miss all the amazing conversations and info-sharing sessions with so many. I hope our experience will help others who want to fight against these sorts of online campaigns.

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  16. Thanks, Owl. I will definitely consider that, and I’m sure some of our contributors will be interested as well. Quatloos is an amazing resource and a lot of fun to read.

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  17. I know, I had my gown picked out and everything…sorry for the inconvenience, Sam, I know these things can be a logistical nightmare to cancel. However, I shall always treasure my small but lovely collection of Koala Awards.

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  18. Yes, I think in the beginning many of us were shocked to learn that we weren’t the only ones. But that’s how communities grow, isn’t it?

    No pension here, but I do have a nice collection of Koala and Hedgehog awards, which I am told could fetch a pretty penny on the open market.

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  19. Brilliant post, EC. You’ve got some free time now to enjoy with the family. Big thanks to you and Scarlet Scoop for all the hard work put in during the last 4 years.
    Looking forward to the next B.T. too. 😏

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  20. It’s good in a way that this blog is slowing down, sad in another…
    As it will still be up however, maybe we could all pop in for a xmas party or whatever every now and then
    I post occasionally over at Quatloos as well, mostly about Neelu or Robert, but occasionally elsewhere as well

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  21. By the way, to put that 219 figure into perspective, here are some stats from some lesser blogs:

    Mister X Investigations (Matt Taylor): 43
    Angela’s Caches: 53
    Hollie Greig Justice: 0

    I can’t check Spivey’s at the moment, though. Apparently… 😆

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  22. I’m really glad you got to wind things down on your own terms, EC. That’s a real bummer for all those hoaxer fruitloops who tried desperately to get you closed down, from Christine Sands to Neelu to Angela to that wonky-nosed bloke with the pica-like penchant for pavement. It’s really impressive that you’ve survived – and thrived – for so long 🏆

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  23. Thank you for everything, El C, Scarlet, all of the fantastic people who comment. You have done great work – hope to meet up with you all again online sometime in the future! There’s plenty of work still to be done to protect those who cannot protect themselves. Love to all at Hoaxtead!

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  24. Who will ever forget the spaceship in the cloud over Neelu’s house?

    Who will ever forget Roger the nine foot butterfly?

    And what about Eddieisokay thinking Nelson had his hand inside his coat because it’s an Illuminati sign?

    Put aside your indifferences folks. You can always conjugate outside the council building!

    After reading about this case for so long I can honestly say I feel like I’ve hitch-hiked round the galaxy and back again. All thanks to EC and Scarlet.

    I suppose I should say ‘So long and thanks for all the fish’.

    Great job well done guys!

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  25. She’s better known as the grotesque caricature of the Ugly American (female version). Definitely got a set of lungs on her, but I don’t think it’s fearlessness that drives her. More like bad chemicals in the brain.

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  26. Thanks, Danny! I still get daily missives from the pavement licker, but they all go directly to the spam folder. I suspect he has a bit of a “thing” about us, but cannot bring himself to admit it.

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  27. Thank you, AIR! It’s been great having you along on this journey. You’re right that there’s still plenty to do…and we’re looking forward to our next projects.

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  28. Thanks, Shillelagh! Yes, so many classic moments of hilarity along the way, mixed with the very serious business of trying to help shut down the hoax. Thank you for being an important part of this amazing community.

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  29. Lets all have tea together!!! Some day! EC, it really saddens me to see an end to what has been my go to place since its inception…you really have worked incredibly hard, a labour of love. And much appreciation to Scarlet too, and all the others involved in bringing reason to the madness. I really wish I had not been emboiled in a load of stuff that the Hampstead Case prepared me for….I just won my case fully, and am about to embark on a new adventure too, ie the rest of my life. I know we’ll get together when you are next nearby, EC. I will really miss this place, Gosh, it has not sunk in yet….it will be a huge loss for me. Much heartfelt gratitude for what you have all done here, esp EC. You really have been the best in every way.,

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  30. A long, thrilling, frustrating ride. Wouldn’t have missed it for worlds. Cheers to all who helped unmask Charlotte…our first big win. And to all the victories to come! You are all brilliant.

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  31. Chris, don’t laugh but one of the above people has just tried to refute the number of followers their blog has by posting the number of hits their blog has had (which is also extremely small, btw) 🤭

    Whether said person is blatantly trying to mislead or is genuinely stupid enough to think that the number of followers and the view count are the same thing is anyone’s guess.

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  32. Big kisses to you, you purple haired lady!

    There’s a few things missed out there.

    The forensic linguist bloke.

    That it is possible to ring up police headquarters in Suriname even if you don’t speak Dutch. Rudimentary Dutch helps.

    A hug. You know where I am. If you want more hidden London tips, and we can go again for din dins, let me know.

    One thing, the impact of what Abe and Ella did will outlast this blog.

    Tracey

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  33. Same to you, Tracey! You’re right, the forensic linguistic fellow was an excellent one. And I still chuckle when I think of the Suriname police…so many great memories.

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  34. Yes, I’m going to miss this place as well. It’s been emotional.

    I’m so glad things worked out for you in the end..what a palaver, but glad you came out on top.

    We’re not gone forever though…let’s just think of this as a break. 🙂

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  35. Christ, is that Nina Valentine she’s referring to? We haven’t mentioned that DEW-spotting non-entity in years 🙄

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  36. By the way, Cat Snot seems to think that this blog going on hiatus is some sort of victory. I guess she doesn’t get that you’re shutting it down because you’ve won. Poor thing, always a few days late and a quid short.

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  37. Also, you’re not even shutting down – you’re just, er, posting less frequently. You couldn’t make her up, could you? 😂

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  38. “She never did answer my challenge to come on a live feed and ask all the questions she wanted”

    Now, that’s a victory, Cat. Learn the difference!

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  39. This just in. Seems one of Cat’s (and Devine’s) mates has just been suspended for threatening a protected witness on Cat’s page. The irony’s killing me 😆

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  40. I’ve really enjoyed my time here, I came across the blog by a vicious post from APD, it wasn’t anything to do with the hoax but Google led me here, cheers Google, I thank you! It’s been confirmed by a source btw that APD is in rehab, as my source said, “she knows she’s going to prison for something so she’ll go to court saying she didn’t know what she was doing because 0f her mental health & addiction to alcohol”. Btw, my source does not know anything about Hampstead even though they live in Angela’s vicinity, so she is not making much of an impact in her local community, the source was angry about what APD accused so many in the community of, particularly a well respected retired G.P. who had been informed of what she had accused him off but having known APD for years chose to ignore her.

    Interestingly enough it was alleged also that APD’s uncle allegedly paid for her son’s surgery in America, because the funds gathered for him, allegedly, were not there. But, how true that is, I have no idea, it could be Chinese whispers.

    I’m gone off track as I do. I have not been online or taking part in things as much lately because of ill health, hospital appts, tricky procedures under GA. I have tried to keep up, sometimes 2 orc3 days late so will miss my reads, my laughter at the fabulous humourous comments here, Sam’s cat, SV’s updates about Becky the idiot & of course EC& Scarlett’s excellent & informative posts & links. You wouldn’t believe how a blog like this can take you out of yourself & some days it saved my sanity, I had 10 years of trauma with my health & thiscwas my escape place.

    I know I am not the only one that has the main people’s interests in mind, the families that have been traumatised by the lies put out about them & the lengths they had to go to, to keep their children safe, heartfelt thanks to this blog & all the expertise you all had in getting help for them & for the convictions secured.

    I won’t say goodbye, still following the YouTube channel & keeping an eye on Devine (who opens a FB account with the exact same name & profile pic, oh it’s collodial silver brain if course) & John the Wong King whose links to his business”””””””’, there are so many, have been killed by FB, hurrah!

    Au revoir sorelle e fratelli!
    Warning, post may contain typos.😁

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  41. Ta ta my dearios – and remember keep your moulies up and smile through your possetts – cause I know that one day we’ll whirdle each other again.

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  42. Heartfelt thanks & a tinge of sorrow but with bucketloads of respect to everyone. Quite a journey & no regrets for my involvement though too inept to do any real clever stuff. I wish every1 well.

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  43. FAO ‘Cat Scot’

    I know you are reading this, so allow me to help you in your understanding of what is currently going on. You’re welcome, you nasty woman.

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  44. And a big shout out to meticulous office tapir for your work!
    All the best to everyone including all those that suffered so much because of what happened.

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  45. Thanks Lucca, and I’m very sorry to hear about your health issues. I hope you’re getting better fast!

    It’s been great having you here, and as Scarlet says, that’s some very interesting insights about APD. Pretty much matches what I expected, but I’m assuming that like her grasp of…um, pretty much everything else, her grasp of the law around “not responsible due to insanity” is just a bit shaky. She won’t get away with that one I’m afraid.

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  46. Like we’re all about to shut up shop and go away 🤣🤣🤣

    I love how Cat Snot doesn’t understand that when there are icebergs around you still can’t see the 90% below water level. Now she won’t even have the 10% above water level to warn her she is about to be reported!

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  47. Thanks everyone. I am a bit of a sleeper but enjoyed heartily my daily catch up with like minded people. You have all given me hope that the idiots have not taken over the world. I first started reading when i searched a local fiona barnett. So lovely of you to take up humour and logic! to expose these attention seeking fantasists.

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  48. Excuse me but there is/was an Aberdeen gentleman that did that all the time, he`s done that more than once, twice. three, and four times.

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  49. Even Praterson gets that we haven’t gone away 😂


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  50. What IS Spirit Cooking?
    A long long time ago my mother insisted on taking a tiny little “spirit” stove with her everywhere so she could make a cup of tea. I think it was Windsor Park one day in winter sitting at a table she lit up her spirit stove with Meth and on a hill a herd of elephants spotted us and started advancing towards us so we beat a retreat to the car.
    # are there elephants in Windsor Park?. I didn’t imagine this.

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  51. Yes John Paterson is on the ball here.
    As I commented previously as I was being escorted from GCHQ to the car-park with my possessions in a cardboard box including my Aspidistra plant that had sat faithfully on my desk in the darkness of the broom closet for many years and thrived (only just realised it’s plastic), I was warned we agents and General Maintenance staff can be “re-activated” at any time should a crisis occur.

    Be warned Mr Paterson, we are trained to be “on call” always along with the ability to maintain our secret status. I may pass you in the street one day, you may spot us outside your window sweeping the gutters, we could even be posing as a Wood Chipper salesman or manning the desk at Dept. Work & Pensions.
    Be warned- always sleep with one eye open.
    (editor: just go home, you’ve been fired)

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  52. He’s still going, lol…


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  53. I don’t have any friends with a wood chipper though. Chip pans…yes, but no wood chipper.

    That’s my last line till the next time folks. All the best!

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  54. Hi – Never posted here before but enjoyed reading your work and followers’ comment – really enlightening to an outsider. One quick question – I often saw reference to a ‘pavement kisser’ (I think it was ) – who is/was that and why? Enjoy your well earned free time.

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  55. Ved Chaudhari
    May 25 at 1:11 AM ·

    ANOTHER POEM BY SABINE MCNEILL PRISONER NO. A8115EC BRONZEFIELD PRISON
    A PROTECTED WITNESS SUBJECT TO ONGOING STATE TERRORISM TO SILENCE HER AND STOP HER WORK AS AN ADVOCATE FOR CHILDREN’S RIGHTS

    Poem by Sabine McNeill 21 May 2019

    Too Much too Muchness in HMP

    A woman looks sad in the library
    “Do you want to talk?”
    “When is suffering enough?” she asks
    She lost her house, her job and her boyfriend and she tells the incidents of inhumanity
    that upset her, as they upset all of us:
    An officer lying,
    a solicitor commenting carelessly
    A prisoner in a wheelchair neglected

    When is enough pain getting too much?
    When is suffering enough to change what?
    Is it enough to cry it all out?
    But who wants to embarrass cell inmates?
    Is it better to dance and stamp it out
    What makes us angry and frustrated?
    Whatever it takes, do it!
    We each have to find what it takes

    Not to put on a stiff upper lip
    Is maybe the first step.
    Not to be politically correct
    Is maybe the first act of self-assertion
    In a prison designed by men for men
    Run by men
    Guarding women
    And their emotions
    What a contradiction!
    The pain of sadness hurts as much as the frustration of anger.
    The accumulation of pains and frustrations may give us concerns or other illnesses.
    To stay sane in a mad making environment
    Is a real challenge
    We cannot skip from Fury to tears,
    We cannot jump from anger to Sadness.
    From shock to recovery,
    From uncertainty to insecurity,
    Anxiety to depression
    Trauma to panic,
    We need hugs and cuddles
    with their security
    We need smooth transitions
    and bridges
    Across the basins of our emotions
    And the events that triggered them

    When words hurt – as feelings-
    They are energies we can block
    Or Express to stop them from imploding
    Watching our feelings sensations
    And energy flows
    Is the supreme Duty towards ourselves
    The Watch Over our breath
    That comes and goes emotion – frees
    until it gets sparked
    By light or by Darkness

    It takes tremendous efforts
    To change sad, bad and hurtful emotions
    Into positive thoughts
    And their accompanying feelings
    Prison is better than homelessness
    For those who make the efforts to reflect
    It is a gift
    From the toughest school of life there is:
    The school that teaches us we Are In Control-
    No matter how much control surrounds us

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  56. Well, I’ll certainly miss you all, but I had been wondering how long things could go on after Sabine McNeill’s conviction and the hoaxness of the hoax becoming received wisdom. The triviality, distance, and obvious mental illness of the surviving and new pushers of the hoax does demonstrate how far you’ve come.

    Nonetheless we shouldn’t forget the damage done by a few malicious and a few mentally ill people, facilitated by the social media companies.

    And fortunately (since it was she who brought me to this site) there is still a Neelu Berry thread on Quatloos.

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  57. Thanks, Sheva. You have really been a trouper with your support and encouragement. You’ve set a great example for others by remaining compassionate yet fierce in your opposition to frauds, and open to new evidence when it comes your way. Much respect, lady.

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  58. I find it quite gratifying that so many of the remaining hoaxers are relieved that we are going on hiatus.

    If we’d been ineffectual in our efforts, they’d barely have blinked at the news, but it seems they are throwing parties and writing poetry in our honour! 😂 Everyone who has contributed here should feel proud that we’ve had this much of an impact, and have proven such a consistent threat to their web of lies.

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  59. Ah, that would be one John Alexander Paterson, who claims that someone from this blog assaulted him outside Southwark Crown Court during Sabine McNeill’s trial. Apparently the police didn’t think much of this story, as they dismissed his complaint, and now he divides his time between emailing death threats to all and sundry, whining to his good friend Andy Devine, and making videos in which he threatens people involved with this blog with horrible deaths. I’ve never fully understood his obsession with us, but mental illness is a terrible thing.

    Thanks for stopping by. Hope we’ll see you again when the next chapter begins!

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  60. Thank you so much, naqsej. Your words of wisdom have always helped illuminate things, especially for those of us who are new to the legal end of these hoaxes.

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  61. “The pain of sadness hurts as much as the frustration of anger”.

    Yes, I’m pretty certain the victims of Sabine’s nasty deeds can relate to that line. That won’t have crossed HER mind though.

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  62. If you mean Windsor, UK, it was a safari park until 1987 and is now Legoland. If you mean Windsor Park, that’s a football stadium in Belfast and you were drunk.

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  63. LOL, I kinda knew this would happen. One of the fruitloops is throwing shit-fits about my comment above, totally missing that it was a (rather obvious) joke. And ironically, said fruitloop has frequently posted the alleged IPs of Karen, Scarlet, Spiny and others all over his (rarely read) blog, along with their alleged addresses and poorly spelt death threats. And funnily enough, he doesn’t mention the frequent threats made by Paterson to us. You couldn’t make these people up, could you? 😀

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  64. I do get insomnia but I’m not that desperate. Yet again he drones on and on and ignores that famous maxim..less is more.

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  65. In on it from the beginning and remember this site starting up, going to miss this place. Still the first site I go to in the morning after all these years!

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  66. I shall miss visiting this site regularly. Thank you for all the hard work over the years.

    I hope that there will be some revivals in the not too distant future as loose ends are tied up.

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  67. I think it is often overlooked just how addictive this whole affair has been for many Karen. I hope that behind the scene some of those directly affected have been in touch and thanked you for your hard work and diligence. I can’t think of anyone better suited to the task.
    Of course you have not sought praise or thanks and that in it’s own way is testament to a character that deserves every plaudit.
    Thanks Karen.

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  68. Many thanks, Midicon. You’re so right that it’s an addictive pursuit, and it’s easy to forget that it’s much more than an academic exercise or puzzle. I’ve been fortunate to meet many of those affected, and it’s important to me to remember at all times that those people are the reason we’ve kept fighting.

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  69. Crikey..thank you. Problem solved. Yes I’ve been drunk at times but never been t Belfast. Just like King Wanoa-he’s never been either.

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  70. Not directly connected to Hoaxtead (now “on ice”) but I came across a video about how cults find new members. Yoga* and multi-level marketing were a surprise to me (I know MLM is a scam and you don’t make any money unless you are in at the very beginning). But the person making the video does mention YouTube as a medium for people being sucked into cults – and gives a scary example of a woman who shot her husband because she thought he was turning into a reptilian.

    * I’m pretty sure the yoga classes at the local community centre are safe though.

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  71. OK, I’ve just watched her latest video and I don’t know where to start. Apparently we’re all communist Satanist spies working for GCHQ on behalf of the Tavistock Institute (where apparently Jimmy Savile used to work in a children’s ward), in order to support Karen’s international child trafficking ring. No, seriously, she actually said all of that.

    Oh and she manages to post screenshots of someone’s personal details in the same video as saying that doing that is illegal. Couldn’t make her up, could you?

    Still, it’s good to get a lecture on sock puppet accounts from “Hope Girl”, aka “Tribal Diva”, aka “Oompa Loompa” 🤭

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  72. My mother and I were doing Yoga 55 years ago so we were in The Cult forever but ate no children at the time.
    I heartily recommend the breathing exercises as even though the Yoga got left behind as life took over I’ve never forgotten them. Even tonight with a car with a flat battery, I caught a bus and was puffed but did my deep breathing exercises for 5 minutes..got off at the stop refreshed and ready to battle a few blocks to home.
    I reckon Yoga and especially the breathing exercises should be taught to kids at PE lessons..you never forget the deep breathing and it becomes a habit.

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  73. Hi there. I’m glad I stumbled on your blog. I’m finding the FAQ section really helpful, as I’ve been looking into that creepy Abe Christie radge. Have I understood correctly that he’s previously promoted the idea of “sexual pleasure and response in infants”? That’s extremely disturbing and even more disturbing that there are still some people out there who support him. I can only assume that they too are paedophiles (often parading as child protection advocates). Scary stuff.

    Anyway, keep up the good work and thanks for all the handy links

    Ann

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  74. “Have I understood correctly that he’s previously promoted the idea of ‘sexual pleasure and response in infants’?”

    Indeed he did. The so-called “rite of sodomy” 🤮

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  75. I think it’s fair to say that the court of public opinion made up its mind on Hope Girl a long time ago. And if she ever had the guts to stop hiding out in Morocco and return to the US, I think the real courts would give her a good pasting too.

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  76. Dream on, Hoax Girl 😂

    (Name of protected witness obscured. Oh and I’m not him, as the many people who’ve heard my voice on YT can attest. Another awesome bit of research, Naima.)

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  77. And the irony is that three hoaxer trolls – including two of Hoax Girl’s mates – blocked me and “went into hiding” within an hour of me opening this account 😆

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  78. I do wish Hope Girl would make up her mind. Are we…?

    a) a Satanic cult
    b) an organised crime gang
    c) an international child trafficking ring
    d) GCHQ spies
    e) Tavistock Institute employees
    f) a far left communist group
    g) sock puppets of the father in the Hampstead case
    h) all of the above

    Answers on a postcard, please…

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  79. It’s a wibbly-wobbly timey-wimey kind of thing. You see, sometimes we are one or more of the above, other times all, and sometimes none, but it depends upon the timeline you happen to be in. And that is controlled by the magical mysterious quantum energy thingummabob which draws time out of the ether and turns it into jelly babies. The only protection against jelly baby fever, by the way, is to buy one or more of HoaxGirl’s magic orgonite and/or shungite rocks and sleep with it down the front of your pyjama pants.

    Or so I am told.

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  80. “They run and hide like cowards”

    …said Abe from his Morocco hideout. Damn, my ironymeter just exploded.

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  81. Indeed especially seeing EC turned up to court each day of Sabine’s trial while Abe and Ella scuttled across rooftops to avoid being question by police and then fled the country.

    They truly are inhabitants of the World Where Black is White: where Abraham Christie the convicted child abuser who pontificates on his theories about how to “turn on” children to sex falsely accuses others of what he is, where dummies like Andy Devine preach that a stupid old New Zealand grifter is about to take over control of the UK (when he can’t even get into the place), where Hopeless Girl sells “free energy” that isn’t free and isn’t energy, where Pavement Kisser keeps threatening to wood chip everyone but seemingly can’t even identify his many attackers who take delight in decking him on court steps and where Neelu proclaims an infamous disbarred “Equity Lawyer” is the new Ghandi as he preaches to people how to escape their mortgage to a woman as she is being removed from hers by bailiffs.

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  82. Devine @47:14 – “We’re waking the masses up in drones.”

    Oh how I wish that were a deliberate pun and that he didn’t mean ‘droves’.

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  83. The slander by Hoax Girl against Sheva in her video about her that she put up yesterday is off the charts. Does she know no shame? 🤔

    (Incidentally, I had to laugh – I’m not sure what he was drinking last night but a certain Kincorth-based troll was claiming that I’m Sheva 😂)

    Oh and well done to Karen, who’s just scored a successful defamation strike against Hoax Girl for that disgusting video in which she accuses her of murdering babies and running an international child-trafficking ring.

    She’s not happy about it either, lol. She’s been spitting feathers about it on Twitter. She probably realises that this proves she’s a liar. After all, if she were telling the truth about Karen and had the proof to back it up, she’d be able to quite easily appeal YT’s decision. So there you go – this “Christian” is apparently happy to post the vilest, most disgusting allegations about innocent people knowing full well she has nothing to base them on. Nuff said?

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  84. My ironymeter exploded towards the end of her last video. She started banging on about how she must be right because of all the time we’ve spent making videos about her. Remind me – how many has she made about us now? 😆😂🤣

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  85. I don’t think Simon Armitage has anything to worry about, do you.

    What a long strange trip it’s been. Till next time. Thank you to all.

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  86. In younger days I was frequently found under a bench especially after as good Saturday nite booze-up. Is this “King’s Bench” thingie a reference to that kind of activity?

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  87. Yeah, CJ Hart did have a thing about those red rooms and made it the focus of the description under her video at the time. 🙄

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  88. I see Praterson’s off on one again 🙄


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  89. It is odd that in the world of those who make a habit of accusing others of being satanic jewish new world order pizza making illuminati child abusers that those most frequently caught are those on the side of them doing the finger pointing!

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/figure-linked-to-trump-transition-charged-with-transporting-child-pornography/2019/06/03/caee8aca-862a-11e9-98c1-e945ae5db8fb_story.html?utm_term=.ba0f2f97e62c

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  90. Matt Taylor is openly accusing EC and a protected witness & others of breaking into his house and claims he has made a report to police along with publishing these names on his website.
    He claims “Hoaxtead” sent him death threats.

    He needs to be legally pulled into line. The man now has a history of criminal harassment of those he targets. Hoaxtead has been on the right side of history and never threatened anyone. Several of it’s critics have been hauled into line by the law and 2 jailed.

    Taylor needs to be as well and so does John Paterson who makes equally ridiculous yet damaging claims as in his latest phone call to a hapless DC (Sussex?) as he rabbits on about Finchley Road , the BBC etc etc blah blah, claiming his life is being threatened while simultaneously claiming Hoaxtead contributors will be tracked down and murdered by some South London criminal organisation if he doesn’t get us first and feed us into a wood-chipper feet first.

    I think these people like to push the law and see how much they can get away with.

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  91. You can always tell it’s John Paterson when he accuses anyone of being “fat” as though it’s relevant to anything. “Lesbian” is another Paterson insult (why?) but “purple haired” is his most devastating put-down which isn’t too wise coming from someone who has a great lack of follicles purple or otherwise.

    There is a rumour that he is trying to court the new MEP Anne Widdicombe, seeing her as his ideal soulmate.
    Pic: Anne Widdicombe who has a history of dropping clangers.

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  92. And a few days ago she was on there saying that homosexuality can be “cured” 🙄

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  93. Oh, for feck’s sake 🙄
    Do these so-called “truthers” ever actually tell the truth about anything?

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  94. I see he’s begging people to sub his channel and get the number of subs up to 1,000.

    Current number of subs: 17 🤭

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  95. He is a pathetically immature man. I’m sure he must have been the class clown. His references to himself in the third person are very telling.
    I think he desperately wants to end up in court and be admonished by authority figures. I’m not sure if there is a sexual element in it, he does seem to enjoy picking of women of a certain age though.

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  96. The real mystery here is why a clapped out minor ex-celebrity and z-list inhabitant like Harvey would have ever have been allowed into Browns. Talk about lowering the tone.
    I think he fantasizes much like Angela Power-Disney who claimed she was a Super Model with permanent access to Stringfellows even when it was a fairly low-rent joint. I doubt they even let her in when it became a lap-dancing joint.

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  97. I don’t think there is that level of calculation; I don’t think it’s a game of chicken. I think a lot of these people are mentally ill and some at least are suffering from delusional disorder (what used to be called paranoia). The delusions are constantly butting up against reality. It’s a feature of such people that they refer to themselves in the 3rd person.
    With Sabine McNeill, for example, I think she really did have grandiose delusions of herself as a crusader on behalf of children, and couldn’t see either the harm she was doing to them, or the wisdom of not (for example) breaching court orders or offending on bail. Every time the delusion resulted in an unexpected outcome, her disordered mind couldn’t ignore, such as the police entering her house, or being remanded in custody, she was astonished, hadn’t seen it coming.

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  98. And the lies get even worse when she thinks we can’t see/share what she’s saying 🤭


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  99. I’m recommending you for the Sigmund Freud Koala Citation for a Non-Professional yet absolutely accurate non-professional Clinical Diagnosis of a malady that sadly infects the entire population of the Hampstead Satanic promoters,
    # This award is very rarely awarded ( unlike the down market and very common Hedgehog Awards) and is yours for the very small sum of £580 but you do receive the plans to build your own Free Energy QEG machine so it’s bloody good value.

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  100. Why would “one woman” commit suicide over Hoaxtead?. This is a very disturbing and horrible false allegation.
    This is actually a step too far for this woman Hopegirl.
    One of my dearest friends of almost 50 years is a member of the Moroccan Royal Family. I’m a tad pissed off with this woman. I don’t mind people who perhaps escape a past in a country where the laws don’t quite gel with the West but she insults the very notion of how Morocco is very laid back.

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  101. I’ve reported two of her disgusting videos about me to YouTube, and even they agree they are defamatory. Interestingly, my solicitor feels the same way. This could get interesting….

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  102. Yay! Epic work, EC 😀

    Seriously, what made her think she could get away with re-uploading a video that YT had already blocked? SMH!

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  103. By the way, I see Naima’s still sucking up to Cat Scot, John Paterson and a certain Kincorth-based weirdo. I wonder if she’s aware of their pathological hatred of oversized ladies? 🤔

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  104. I was rooting for this guy right up until (around the 10-minute mark) he starts ranting about “the libtard fuckwits who are demonstrating against Trump” 🙂

    Can’t wait to see Andy’s reaction to this video, though. How many times does the guy say the word ‘scam’? 😂

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