Thanks to one of our readers for the following information from Rupert Quaintance’s court appearance today: Sometimes its hard to understand the English justice system. An 18-minute hearing today has resulted in only one change of detail to Quaintance’s bail. The judge has allowed Quaintance to have his passport back so he CAN GET A…
According to the court lists at Southwark Crown Court, Rupert Quaintance will be attending court at noon today, in another attempt to have his bail conditions varied. At his previous court appearance last Monday, Rupert applied to have his bail conditions varied to allow the return of his passport. He stated he wishes to return…
Interesting news from Hoaxtead mobster Alan Alanson, aka Alan Boyes, yesterday afternoon: he claims he was contacted by Barnet Police, who informed him that his bail return date had been postponed:
Thanks to alert reader Liza Radley for bringing us this update: according to Neelu’s latest video, her bail return date has been moved forward to 22 December. Neelu posted this today on her Facebook page:
Last week we reported that Sabine had been arrested for violating the restraining order imposed upon her by the judge following Sabine and Neelu’s ‘not guilty’ verdict in their trial for conspiracy to intimidate witnesses.
Neelu’s been a busy lady lately. Aside from making another spate of harassing phone calls to various charities and government agencies to demand whether they work for God or Satan, she’s been promoting her petition with all her might.
Yesterday we received an email that clearly breached certain bail conditions of a pending criminal case. Fortunately, several of the original recipients realised the precarious legal situation this email placed them in, and forwarded copies to us. Copies have also been sent to others, including the police and CPS.