In today’s video instalment we take a trip down memory lane—it’s been almost two years since Rupert Quaintance was found guilty of stalking Hampstead families, and was sentenced to nine months in Wandworth Prison.
We think it’s time to take a fair and balanced look back at the case which preoccupied us all while it was going on: what happened? Who was involved? What were the implications of Rupert’s trial in the long term? And what’s with that Roger Flutterby fellow, anyway?
Please note: Rupert’s sentence included a five-year Criminal Behaviour Order which prevents him from discussing the Hampstead case, and this means that he has no right of reply to this video. We would therefore ask readers to refrain from comments which could be construed as provocative.