Hoaxtead mobsters strangely silent…for now

Once again, there’s a hush over Hoaxtead-land. Following a record-breaking deluge of histrionic rants from Deborah Mahmoudieh in September, she’s been utterly silent since 2 October—a whole two weeks, quite unprecedented for her. Not a word on either Facebook or YouTube, leading us to wonder whether she’s come down with an epic case of laryngitis,…

The secret lives of Hoaxtead mobsters

One thing we can say about watching the Hoaxtead mobsters for as long as we have: they never fail to provide their own twisted brand of entertainment. We’ve pointed out in the past that Belinda McKenzie and Sabine McNeill, who claim to have devoted their lives to fighting against child abuse, seem to have no…

Requesting a prescription for sanity

No doubt about it: the verdict and sentence in Rupert Quaintance’s trial last week has sent shock waves through the Hoaxtead gang, in the UK, Ireland, and the USA. After nearly three years of getting away with harassing and terrorising the innocent families, teachers, social workers, clergy, and business-people of Hampstead, the mobsters are finally…

Who is Lucy Farian and why does Debs hate her?

News flash: Debs Mahmoudieh doesn’t like it when the shoe is on the other foot. In this video, released yesterday, she is in fine fettle, frothing at the mouth and building to shrieking crescendos over the fact that someone named “Yannis” made a disparaging comment to her on YouTube: Apparently “Yannis’” comment included allegations that…

Deborah Mahmoudieh v the IPCC

Yesterday the ever-effervescent Deborah Mahmoudieh posted a video featuring herself (who else?) reading a letter from the IPCC. It seems she’d written them to demand that they re-investigate the police investigation of the Hampstead SRA case, and they had written back to let her know that she had no business sticking her nose into a…

Hoaxtead mob tries to ride on #pizzagate coat-tails

If you’ve been online in the past couple of weeks, chances are you’ve seen the hashtag #pizzagate popping up on sites like Facebook, Reddit, Twitter, and YouTube. We’ve talked about it here, but in the past week the #pizzagate phenomenon has grown exponentially, spreading its slimy fake-news tentacles as far as respected U.S. newspapers like…