That time Belinda tried to arrest a judge

Last week we published a report by a Hoaxtead Research reader who attended Belinda McKenzie’s trial for contempt of court. It was this person’s observations about Belinda’s lawyer, Tom Davidson, and Belinda’s own statements, which set off our concerns about Belinda’s current employment—paid or otherwise—as Chambers Manager at a London law chambers. This week, our Intrepid…

Readers react to Belinda McKenzie’s new job

Yesterday’s post about Belinda McKenzie’s position as manager of the London-based 160 Fleet Street Chambers generated a good deal of discussion both on the blog and on Twitter, where a number of barristers expressed dismay: Hoaxtead Research readers pointed out that not only does Belinda have no legal training or background, but that her actions would…

Belinda McKenzie: Chambers Manager?

A couple of days ago, we reported that during Belinda McKenzie’s trial for contempt of court in relation to Sabine McNeill’s recent trial, it had come to light that Belinda has been working on a volunteer basis in the offices of the barrister who represented her. Tom Davidson, Belinda’s barrister, works out of 160 Fleet…

Belinda McKenzie on trial for contempt of court

Belinda McKenzie is to attend Southwark Crown Court at 10:00 a.m. today to face a charge of contempt of court related to the recently concluded trial of Sabine McNeill. Belinda was charged in court on 10 December, when it was alleged that she made a Facebook post which was in breach of the publication restriction…

Tracey Morris claims Sabine ‘set up’

On the eve of Sabine McNeill’s sentencing hearing—all right, the second half of her sentencing hearing—we were interested to note that Tracey Morris has chimed in, claiming that Sabine was stitched up and “made a scapegoat”, and that her trial should be voided: Sabine Kurjo was put on trial without the right to call upon…