Belinda McKenzie. Sabine McNeill. Angela Power-Disney. Charlotte Ward. Kristie Sue Costa. Deborah Mahmoudieh. Tracey Morris. Each of these people shares one important thing in common: they all claim to be “child abuse campaigners”.
You have to hand it to Angela Power-Disney: despite a complete lack of support from her fellow hoax promoters, she has stuck to her guns about the alleged “Ella child sex abuse video“, which she first began touting in September. She claimed that “professional hackers” had been paid to hack Ella’s computer, and that they…
A few days ago we wrote about the strange—unprecedented, really—online silence of Abe and Ella. Anna, one of our regular readers, speculated that they might have finally got tired of one another: And Dave, another long-time reader, pointed out that Abe and Ella hadn’t even bothered to try to refute Angela Fag Ash Disney’s astonishing…
Watching yesterday’s live edition of Angela Scratches, we weren’t terribly surprised at Angie’s attempts to defend what remains of her credibility as de facto spokes-thingy for the Hoaxtead mob. Her “more in sorrow than in anger” performance piece about having been betrayed by those she thought were her friends was completely predictable.
Here’s a question for the ages: why do so many of the Hoaxtead mob, who portray themselves as the sworn enemies of child molesters and paedophiles everwhere, seem so determined to defend certain people who’ve been accused—or convicted—of child molestation and paedophilia?
You can tell the Hoaxtead gang are running low on material when they start recycling arguments that were roundly debunked a year ago. This time, it’s the old ‘RD is a consumer and/or producer of child sex abuse images’ myth.
***Please note: this post contains images that could cause distress to people who have experienced sexual abuse. View with caution.*** A couple of days ago, we noticed that Angela Power-Disney had posted a highly questionable and disturbing image on her Facebook profile.