Reviewing older evidence reveals some disturbing details about Abe & Ella’s child abuse habits.
Who put the child porn on Abe’s phone for the police to find? And why does he keep talking about it?
When it comes to accusations of abuse, who should we believe: a known child abuser, or the children themselves?
One of Abraham Christie’s recent ‘proofs’ that Ella’s children were indeed in the grip of a ‘cult’ (whether ‘satanic’, ‘masonic’, ‘talmudic’, or ‘masodomitic’ we’re no longer sure, as his stories keep shifting) is his allegation that the children planned to kill Ella. Or him. Or something, he’s not too sure now.
The problematic issue of Abe’s missing mobile phone, what it might have contained, and who might have been responsible for the child sex abuse images, if any, keeps popping up like a bad penny.
One of the lesser-known characters in the bizarre melodrama of Hoaxtead is a man called ‘Finbar’, whose role is somewhat unclear. His last name is never mentioned, and he makes an appearance in only one video.
Recently we’ve received several pointed questions from a commenter, particularly regarding our reporting around some activity that’s taken place on Abe & Ella’s blog.
With their new blog barely hatched, Ella and Abe may have opened themselves up to a whole lot more public scrutiny than they ever intended…especially for those of us with long memories. For example, take the infamous “they do sex to us” video, presented on the blog’s front page.
In late July, Ella applied for permission to appeal the findings of Mrs Justice Pauffley on 19 March 2015. She also applied to introduce additional evidence—including the a report she felt would challenge Mrs Pauffley’s assessment of the veracity of the children’s video descriptions, and the content of the BBC interview the children’s father gave…
If you’ve hung around any of Abe’s socks’ channels on YouTube lately, you’ll find that one person in particular, Pookster78, has been holding him to account for his various lies and delusional rants. Here’s a small sampling, addressed to Abe’s ‘Dicky Rearman’ sock account: