Hoaxtead mobsters strangely silent…for now

Once again, there’s a hush over Hoaxtead-land. Following a record-breaking deluge of histrionic rants from Deborah Mahmoudieh in September, she’s been utterly silent since 2 October—a whole two weeks, quite unprecedented for her. Not a word on either Facebook or YouTube, leading us to wonder whether she’s come down with an epic case of laryngitis,…

Brian Pead arrested…again

It’s been some time since we had news about Sabine McNeill’s convicted paedophile friend Brian Pead, but we learned yesterday that he has been arrested yet again, on another breach of restraining order. Mr Pead, who is prevented by restraining order from contacting his daughter or grand-daughter, has a long history of alleging that he…

Neelu comments on Sabine’s plea…sort of

Well, wouldn’t you just know it? No sooner had we finished writing a post here about how none of the Hoaxtead mob had so much as blinked at the news that Sabine had entered a plea of guilty and had been sentenced to 12 months’ conditional discharge for having violated her restraining order, than we…

New CPS guidelines target online harassment

We were provisionally pleased to note this week that the Crown Prosecution Service has introduced its new “Guidelines on prosecuting cases involving communications sent via social media”. The guidelines, which in many respects are very similar to the current guidelines for prosecuting harassment cases, nevertheless offer advice that’s specific to the internet, and potentially more…