IICSA accepts Wedger as core participant

In a surprising turn of events yesterday, self-styled whistleblower and ex-MET police officer Jonathan Wedger was granted “core participant” status by the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse. This decision appears to reverse a Notice of Determination issued in October 2018, which read in part: An application was made on behalf of retired Detective Constable…

Updating the FAQ: Promoters of the hoax

In our continuing quest to integrate evidence from Sabine McNeill’s 2018 trial into this blog’s FAQ, yesterday we began to revise and update the page where we introduce those who helped to promote the Hampstead SRA hoax. Today we’ll look at those who became involved prior to the release of the videos on 2 February…

‘New’ video from Abe & Ella

When we learned that John “Butlincat” Graham had put up a new video featuring that greasy scum-sucking little weasel Abraham Christie pontificating about the magical mystical super-drug adrenochrome, we really weren’t expecting much. And for the first couple of minutes (of a nearly six-minute-long video) we were not disappointed. And then, things suddenly got more…

Fay & Maloney: Lies versus reality

Yesterday we looked into part of Thursday’s hearing at the ongoing Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA), in which Commander Neil Jerome of the Metropolitan Police Service described the 1982 raid on the Elm Guest House. The raid came about as a result of an anonymous tip alerting police to the presence of a…

IICSA unravels Chris Fay’s lies

We have been watching with some interest as the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) began its Westminster hearings on so-called VIP child sexual abuse this week. In particular, yesterday’s topics—which included the Elm Guest House, Chris Fay, and the “Mary Moss List”—have all been long-time favourite discussion points for those who would like…

Questions mount for Jon Wedger

Usually this time of year is a bit of a snooze-fest in Hoaxteadland, as even SRA hoax-pushing conspiracy theorists like to take a bit of down-time between Christmas and New Years. Into this year’s vacuum, though, has galloped a face that became all too familiar to us last year: yes, Jonathan Wedger, alleged police whistle-blower,…

Weaponising lies: Brittan’s accusers went on to smear Sir Cliff

Many of our readers will no doubt have read yesterday’s Mail on Sunday article about Mark Williams-Thomas, described as a “self-promoting TV detective” who seems to take delight in “exposing” VIP sex abusers, most of whom have never been charged, let alone convicted. Following the success of the 2012 ITV documentary in which Williams-Thomas revealed…

Updating the FAQ: What about the tattoos?

One spin-off effect of the recent transcription of the Jean-Clement Yaohirou audio recording is that it has necessitated a good deal of updating of our FAQ section. As we usually do, we’ll be publishing these revised versions first as posts, so our readers can tear them apart and let us know whether anything important is…

‘Children’s rights activists’ want ‘Amnesty for paedophiles’

Yesterday’s post, featuring Belinda’s fascinatingly awful speech to the Democrats & Veterans Party conference, reminded us of a couple of other videos in which the self-styled “children’s rights campaigner” has made some very interesting observations about those who sexually abuse children. As you’ll recall, Belinda stated in yesterday’s video that she had at least three…