Wedger’s lies: ‘Foxy’ appealed sentence, was denied

Yesterday, we delved into ex-Metropolitan Police officer Jon Wedger’s false allegation that his attempts to bring a case of child trafficking to light had been suppressed by his superior officers. We identified the offender in the case, a woman named Fiona Walsh, and demonstrated that, far from the case being covered up, it had been…

Wedger’s ‘Foxy’ story: Not the cover-up he claims

More than a year ago, this blog published a post in which we questioned the veracity of some of the tales told by former Metropolitan Police officer Jon Wedger. In particular, we wondered about his story of a woman nicknamed “Foxy”, who he claimed was grooming and trafficking teen-aged girls. This woman, Wedger stated, was…

New Hampstead hoaxer films outside school

Just what the world needs: another Hampstead SRA-hoax-pusher popping out of the woodwork. Actually “popping out of the woodwork” might be a bit harsh, as we’ve run into Richard Carvath before. Nearly two years ago, he was making claims of “a network of Satanic ritual child abusers” in relation to a case which was making…

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…

‘Satanic child pornography’ is a fraud

The headlines were spectacular, even melodramatic: “Satanic child-porn fraudster is ‘ruthless, manipulative’”; “Court to mull fate of online child-porn ring fraudster”. No, they weren’t referring to Abraham Christie and Ella Draper (sad to say). These headlines refer to a case last year in Johannesburg, South Africa, in which a young woman named Leone Steyn was…

CEOP threatens to arrest Hoaxtead mobster

One of this blog’s most faithful correspondents is John “the Schnozz” Paterson. He writes to us on average four or five times per week, usually threatening death, dismemberment, or arrest for unspecified crimes. To be honest, we generally don’t read his emails—unkind, we know, but life is short and his emails are long. Most of…