Belinda’s latest update on Sabine challenged by Tracey Morris

Belinda McKenzie posted her latest update on Sabine McNeill yesterday, to a mixed reception. While a few commenters wanted to know how they might contact Sabine whilst she is on remand pending her trial next November, Tracey Morris seemed determined to undermine Belinda’s authority as Sabine’s Spokesthingy-in-Chief: It’s a strange mishmash of “she’s fine, holding…

Update: Sabine due in court Monday

Thanks to the sharp-eyed reader who brought this to our attention: Sabine McNeill will be at Southwark Crown Court “not before 11:30 a.m.” on Monday, 26 February: On 8 December, 2017, Sabine was charged with nine further counts of breach of restraining order, in addition to six counts of breach of restraining order and four…

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…

Another of Sabine’s “whistle-blowers” revealed as violent paedophile

Earlier this week, we discussed the troubling phenomenon of paedophiles who hide their crimes against children behind the mask of “whistle-blower”. As if on cue, yesterday we learned that yet another “whistle-blower” with links to Sabine McNeill and Belinda McKenzie has been sentenced to a 10-year hospital direction order, having previously pleaded guilty to inflicting grievous…

Sabine McNeill denied core participant status in IICSA

A Notice of Determination released on the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse website 10 days ago reveals that while Sabine McNeill applied for “core participant status” in the IICSA in early September 2017, her application has been rejected by Inquiry chair Alexis Jay. Thanks to commenter “tdf” for pointing this out to us. In…