John Paterson in court for contempt today

John Paterson, best known for uttering a seemingly endless stream of threats of violence and death toward this blog and anybody he thinks might be associated with it, will be attending the Royal Courts of Justice at 10:30 this morning to face an application for committal for contempt of court. In a video posted yesterday,…

What’s the Attorney General got on Paterson?

Well, it’s just like old times again—after a few weeks of relative radio silence, Neelu Berry did a live-stream from her old stomping grounds outside the Royal Courts of Justice a couple of days ago, waffling on about David Noakes and mass remedies and corruption processes and whatnot. Frankly, we didn’t pay all that much…

Edward Ellis: The final straw?

The last time we saw Neelu Berry, she was departing the public gallery at Sabine McNeill’s trial, making good speed just ahead of the court officer. Until that time, we had not realised that Neelu is actually part jackrabbit. When that woman is motivated, she can travel! Since then she has kept a relatively low…

Matt Taylor gets another knock on the door

Yesterday we learned that Matt Taylor, who was convicted of contempt of court in respect of his violation of a civil injunction preventing him from stalking Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner Katy Bourne, had received another knock on the door from the police. As we reported in October, Taylor was given a four months’ sentence,…

Sabine’s appeal prospects uncertain, says Belinda

Long-time readers might recall that following Rupert Quaintance’s 2017 conviction for harassment, he appealed both the sentence and the conviction (and lost, but that’s another story). We’ve had a number of queries about whether Sabine McNeill plans to do the same, and we’ve had to say that we don’t know. While the deadline has passed…

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…

Hoaxers spread misinformation about reporting restriction

Since the beginning of Sabine McNeill’s trial in November 2018, the pedlars of conspiracy fantasy have been trying to sow confusion and anger about one aspect of the trial: the reporting restriction which was put in place to protect certain witnesses. This video from The Tusk Force shows Devine in full voice, howling about this…

What really happened at Belinda McKenzie’s trial?

On Friday we reported that Belinda McKenzie had been convicted of contempt of court for having publicly identified a protected witness in Sabine McNeill’s recent trial. One of our readers attended Belinda’s trial, and was kind enough to write up this report of the proceedings: We entered Courtroom 3 a few minutes before the start…

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…