Angela Power-Disney, who left in late March for a 12-week stint of alcohol rehab, has returned to Facebook. We mean this quite sincerely: we hope the time away was fruitful, and that it enabled Angela to gain control of her problems.
However, if she intends to pick up where she left off vis à vis the Hampstead SRA hoax, she has a few surprises in store.
Cat’s got some new friends
First, in Angie’s absence, her most recent bosom buddy, Catriona Selvester (aka Cat Scot, aka Trina MacDonald, aka Wilma Flintstone with a bow and arrow), has taken up with Naima Dawn Feagin (aka Hope Girl, aka Hope Moore).
Readers might recall that Angie and Hopey had a wee bit of a falling out last year, when Angie refused to assist Hopey in one of her YouTube video take-down sprees.
As we reported nearly a year ago,
HoaxGirl has a nasty habit of enlisting her friends to help her take down any videos she doesn’t like, usually on the grounds of copyright infringement.
So if you dare to mention, for example, that the Quantum Energy Generator (QEG) is a fraudulent product which wrongly claims to be able to violate the laws of physics, you can bet that HoaxGirl will be in there like a dirty shirt, reporting you and your channel with claims that you are “violating her copyright”.
Sometimes, we grant, she may be correct that her copyright has been infringed. However, the “fair dealings” exception to copyright law states,
Fair dealing for criticism, review or quotation is allowed for any type of copyright work. Fair dealing with a work for the purpose of reporting current events is allowed for any type of copyright work other than a photograph. In each of these cases, a sufficient acknowledgement will be required.
So if you choose to use a portion of text or a snippet of audio or video for the purpose of critique or reporting, so long as you credit the original author of the material, you should be fine.
HoaxGirl relies on YouTube complaints reviewers’ knee-jerk reactions to copyright complaints to do her dirty work, and if you are unfortunate enough to be her friend, at some point you will find yourself being asked to help her take down other people’s work which she doesn’t like, for whatever reason.
The problem arises when the friend loses interest in acting as HoaxGirl’s silent copyright strike partner.
This is what happened between Mel Ve and HoaxGirl: HoaxGirl wanted Mel to team up with her against her sworn enemies Dani Arnold McKenny and Lisa Harrison, and Mel had neither the time nor the stomach for fighting HoaxGirl’s battles for her.
Now, given that Hope Girl had previously enlisted her husband Tivon Rivers to create a fake Hoaxtead Research blog which was designed to discredit us (um, yeah…not so much)—a project which should have been close to Angie’s heart—perhaps Hope felt she was owed a bit of elbow grease from her hoax-promoting friend.
However, as we know, elbow grease is not in Angie’s vocabulary, and thus ended a beautiful friendship.
The Papa Hemp connection
Even more awkward than the kissing-and-making-up which will be required if Angela and Hopey are to have any hope of joining forces once more, is the fact that both Hope and Cat are now best pals with the repulsive child-abusing midget, Abraham Christie.
As we know, Angela and Abraham had a falling-out in June 2015, when Angela pulled her usual stunt of recording a Skype interview with Abraham and Ella, without their knowledge or consent. Worse, a few months later she claimed that Abraham was Ella’s “handler” and/or some sort of Trojan horse [Trojan weasel, shurely?—Ed.] sent in to demolish the hoax.
Angela’s later claims that Ella had been involved in making child sexual abuse videos, and her public statements that the Hampstead children had been “somewhat coached” before making the infamous airport videos, cannot have endeared her to Abraham.
When Angela left for rehab, it seemed that Cat Scot was one of her very few remaining friends. Twelve weeks later, the landscape has shifted dramatically, and Angie’s friend has joined forces with at least two people who cannot stand the sight of her.
Will she attempt to repair those long-burned bridges and resume her position as de facto queen of the Hampstead hoaxers? Will Abe or Hopey be willing to accept a rapprochement, or will they tell her to put an egg in her shoe and beat it?
And of course, the largest and hairiest question of all, which might have been Angela’s impetus for diving into rehab in the first place: what’s going on with the Director of Public Prosecutions? Will they lay charges, and if so, how many?
Things could be about to get very interesting.