Sabine McNeill on trial: Day 7

Yesterday we reported on the surprise arrest of Paul Rogers, aka Eddieisok, who was accused of contempt of court due to having uploaded videos containing the name of a witness in Sabine McNeill’s trial, in contravention of a reporting restriction.  Readers may also be aware of a number of threats against the judge in Sabine’s…

Where is Wesley Hall? A strange silence

Late last week we published two posts detailing how Hampstead SRA hoaxer Wesley Hall had used fear and emotional blackmail to extort a considerable amount of money from a doctor’s wife who’d befriended him in Burnley, Lancashire. The story so far… The first post detailed Wesley’s false claim that the doctor had hired him and…

Angela continues attack after her enemy has left the field

Presumably considering herself out of range of retaliation now, Angela Power-Disney has fired yet another shot at Stephen Keys, whom she has been harassing relentlessly for a few months now. If you were following the battle, you’ll recall Angela published a video which she claimed had been made on her behalf by “Anon” (as though…

John Taylor’s YouTube attack thwarted

Many of our readers will remember John Taylor, the basset-hound-faced, chemtrails-obsessed Scouser who distinguished himself in August 2015 with a video in which he used a gun to shoot holes into a photograph of RD. In an all-pink room. With Duran Duran playing in the background. Maybe you had to be there. In any case,…

Wesley’s big Spanish adventure

Last time we heard from Wesley Hall, he was broadcasting from the back of a police van, en route to be questioned by the Metropolitan Police. He’d been apprehended on his way out of the UK, bound for Spain with a load of camera equipment, and claiming he’d been hired to “do a job” in…

How not to make death threats

Here’s an important tip for those out there whose preferred method of communication is the death/dismemberment threat: don’t. But if you really feel you must, when writing to your intended victims it’s generally best not to cc the police into the incriminating emails. You see, the law doesn’t think highly of death threats (or threats…

The demented world of Anthony G. Pike

If you’re ever bored and looking for a hit of fruitloopery of the most deranged variety, there’s always the Rev Dr Anthony G. Pike’s Blog of Bizarreness. There you will find the (literal) cave-dwelling knuckle-dragger dispensing nuggets of wit and wisdom to troofers who subscribe to his extensive email list, like some sort of delusional,…

Dehumanisation fosters dangerous hatred, vigilantism

We’ve talked before about the ways in which the Hoaxtead mob and their followers create a climate of fear via their threats and intimidation, and we’ve noted that it only takes one unhinged troofer to potentially cause a tragedy: Just one vigilante, one person who believes in the tripe that’s been spread about the men,…