When the two Hampstead children met with police on 17 September 2014, they had been free for six days from their abusive mother and her boyfriend. On their way to the interview, they were bursting to tell the interviewing officer the truth about their ordeal in Morocco, but he asked them to wait until they reached the interview suite, where their statements would be properly recorded.
People who are determined to believe that a Satanic cult was operating in Hampstead have found various reasons to discount what the children told the police, but these people ignore the most basic elements of child psychology, and cherry-pick the bits which seem to suit their narrative.
In this video we look at exactly what the children said and how they said it, and discuss the anomalies (for there were some) in the children’s retraction statements. In the description, you’ll find transcripts of what the children said, so you can judge for yourself.