Hoax supporters react to Sabine McNeill sentence

It’s not as if this wasn’t wholly predictable: within minutes of the announcement of Sabine McNeill’s nine-year sentence being handed down, the first howls of rage were detected…all the way over in Greece. Andy “Make Mine a Double” Devine was first out of the gate, slugging back the vino while expressing his outrage at Sabine’s…

Who’s left on Team Hoaxtead?

One aspect which surprised us during Sabine McNeill’s trial in November–December 2018 was the relative scarcity of Hampstead SRA hoax promoters who turned out to support the defendant. In the lead-up to the trial, Wesley Hall (from a safe distance in Spain) urged people to attend via his “Free Sabine” Facebook page, which attracted a…

2018 in review: They fought the law & the law won

On this last day of 2018, we’re taking time to look back over a year that’s brought victories great and small in the fight to debunk the Hampstead SRA hoax and those who’ve continued to promote it. This time last year, Rupert Quaintance was serving the final weeks of his prison sentence for harassment, and…

Eddie Isok & friends indulge in witness intimidation

We’re on stand-by today, waiting for news about Sabine McNeill’s sentencing hearing. While we wait, though, we thought we’d tell you about an interesting bit of fallout from Sabine’s trial, which will no doubt have further repercussions for those involved. Readers who followed our reporting of the trial might remember that a full day was…

Greetings from Gaggle Rock

We noted a few days ago that Angela Power-Disney has beetled off to her bolt-hole in Lanzarote, as predicted. On Thursday she tried to send out a video update, but apparently was unable to master the whole “turn the sound on” thing. Not a huge loss, one might think, but Angela is nothing if not…

Hoaxtead hypocrisy writ large

Yesterday we talked about Jake Clarke’s sentencing at Willesden Magistrates Court, and made passing reference to his “friends” Anthony Pike and Angela Power-Disney, who stated that they hoped he would choose prison over freedom—for the sake of propping up the Hampstead SRA hoax, don’tcha know. Of course, it’s easy for Pike to pontificate from his…