As the implications of yesterday’s verdict against Rupert Quaintance ripple through the community of Hoaxtead mobsters, we’d like to offer our congratulations and admiration to all the parents who stood as witnesses in court, knowing full well that they’d be leaving themselves vulnerable to further attacks by speaking out. Over the past two and a…
Was it only Saturday that we were discussing what to do about Kane Slater having moved his illegal collection of Hampstead SRA hoax videos to Vid.me, after they’d been taken off YouTube a few months back? We asked for volunteers to send emails to Vid.me to let them know exactly what they were hosting, and…
…Aaaaaaand we’re back! All right, we’ll be honest: our original plan was to slack off for the entire week between Christmas Eve and New Years Day, but then a juicy bit of news fell out of the sky, and next thing you know there we were, pounding away at the keyboard again.
Phew, wasn’t yesterday a day! The news started early and just kept coming: first Rupert’s arrest, then Lee Cant’s, and finally Neelu’s. For hours, the comments were flying so thick and fast on the blog that we couldn’t keep track, no matter how often we hit the refresh button.
Thanks to faithful reader Common Porpoise for bringing this one to our attention: the mostly revolting, sometimes hilariously awful blog Dearman Does Hampstead has bitten the dust.
Last week we made a rather large and public mistake. In our eagerness to find the author of the despicable Dearman Does Hampstead, we published, then pulled, a post that had fallen very, very wide of the mark.
In a surprise move, the disgusting blog Hampstead Research has now been taken offline completely.