Yesterday we learned that one of our longest-standing supporters, James Hind, aka Satanic Views, had been accused of sending harassing messages to Rupert Quaintance. To say we were surprised would be a gross understatement: James has strong opinions which he’s not afraid to express, but we’ve never witnessed him actually threatening or harassing anyone. James has…
It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a troofer on the trail of a juicy bit of conspiritainment will throw aside not only reason and logic, but also scruples and dignity.
Since the inception of the Hampstead SRA hoax in early 2015, parents, teachers, and clergy have lived with a terrifying possibility: that all the kidnapping and death threats spouted by promoters and followers of the hoax might take root and result in tragedy. “All it takes is one lunatic”, people have said—and with good reason.
Have you ever wondered who’s behind the #Opdeatheaters hashtag, group, and page that’s strewn about Facebook and Twitter? It’s not difficult to work out: the culprit is Wesley P.P. Hall, a fixture and self-proclaimed activist in Manchester (much to the chagrin of real activists, who’ve banned him from most of their organisations).
A Hoaxtead pusher who made death threats on Facebook targetting the father of the two children who were forced to make false allegations was arrested on Friday, 2 September.
Two known Hoaxtead promoters, Maria MacMahon and Stephanie Mansell, have been openly discussing a plan to purchase a “black market piece” and take the law into their own hands to “save” RD’s two children.
Last winter one of our readers drew our attention to Aaron Dover, a Hoaxtead pusher who claims to have actually attended Christ Church Primary School as a child, and whose last known address is in Camden.