Update: Whatever became of Jake Clarke?

Earlier this month we reported that following a two-day trial at Willesden Magistrates Court, Jake Clarke had been convicted on one count of harassment. At that time, Belinda stated that Jake would be sentenced on 17 October. That date came and went with no news from court, but we noted that a cave-dwelling loony hiding…

Jake Clarke found guilty of harassment

In a post on Facebook, Belinda McKenzie announced late yesterday that Jake Clarke has been found guilty on one charge of harassment against two unnamed persons, presumably in relation to the Hampstead SRA hoax. The trial took place over two days at Willesden Magistrates Court. Jake was found not guilty of a second charge of…

UPDATE: Jake Clarke pleads not guilty

Jake Clarke appeared at Willesden Magistrates’ Court this morning and entered pleas of not guilty to two charges of harassment. His trial will begin on 5 July in Crown Court, location to be confirmed. Jake told the magistrates that he hadn’t meant to cause distress, but said that since the IPCC had upheld Ella Gareeva…

Angela spills the beans on Jake Clarke

We’ve had a bit of a bet going round Hoaxtead Research HQ over the past three weeks or so: which of the Hoaxtead mob would be first to spill the beans about Jake Clarke’s arrest? EC is pleased to say that he and Scarlet share top honours, having correctly guessed that it would be Angela…

Jake Clarke in over his head at EDL punch-up

Speakers’ Corner at Hyde Park erupted into violence yesterday, as EDL members thronged behind their ex-leader Tommy Robinson, who was scheduled to deliver a speech by recently detained far-right spokes-thingy Martin Sellner. The mob surrounded and assaulted veteran speaker Heiko Khoo, a confrontation with a Muslim group followed, and the scene devolved into a massive…

Jake Clarke & Sabine McNeill in hot water again?

Last week we reported that Sabine McNeill and Jake Clarke had attended the Church of England’s Synod meeting in London on Saturday, 10 February. Witnesses report that they were handing out leaflets, and that Sabine attempted to give her business card to various people who were there representing survivors of sexual abuse within the Anglican…

Jake Clarke and Rev Anthony Pike: A dangerous bromance

Some of our readers might be aware of a bizarre character named Rev Dr Anthony G. Pike, who claims to inhabit a cave in Markapur, India, from whence he runs something he calls the “Cosmic Research Foundation”. How he manages to power his computer from his cave-dwelling remains a matter for speculation, but his “blog”…

Jake Clarke up to his old tricks

Long-time readers of this blog might recall that in September 2016 we took the decision to make posts about Jake Clarke “private”—that is, they were hidden from public view. At that time, Jake had been involuntarily hospitalised for treatment of a psychiatric disorder, and we felt that removing posts about him would be the kind…

Jake invites friends to Sabine’s court appearance

Jake Clarke is worried. Very worried, in fact. So worried that he spent much of yesterday plastering his own timeline and Facebook groups with the following message about Sabine McNeill’s court hearing this morning: Hi, please if you can come to and/or share with anyone or any groups thanks. A 74yr young CHILD ABUSE WHISTLE…