One of our readers recently sent us a news clipping that could prove very interesting to those who’d like to see an end to the online harassment of RD and the families, clergy, teachers, and businesses of Hampstead.
Over the past several days we’ve been posting snippets of the response to Abe and Ella’s IPCC appeal, which have been appearing in heavily redacted form on Drifloud’s Twitter page. Drippy seems reluctant to release the entire document on his friends’ behalf, for obvious reasons: the results are hardly encouraging for the Hoaxtead mob. It’s…
It looks as though Drifloud has leaked another bit of the report resulting from the IPCC-mandated investigation of the way in which the Barnet police conducted the original police investigation in September 2014. Oh, huzzah.
How can you tell when members of the Hoaxtead crew are trying to sweep a bit of inconvenient information under the carpet? It’s easy, actually: when they raise the topic at all, they cherry-pick tiny pieces, and then explain in great and implausible detail why these pieces ‘prove’ that they were right all along.
If you’re a would-be conspiranoid hoaxer hoping to make your fortune by claiming that your new girlfriend’s children were abused by a mysterious Satanic cult in a leafy London suburb, you know you’ve completely lost the game when your chief spokes-thingy is Drifloud.
We’re sure it’s escaped no one’s attention recently that despite Angie’s frantic efforts to keep Hoaxtead in the public eye, Abe and Ella have gone from ‘low profile’ to ‘virtually invisible’ in the past month or so.
One of the longest-standing bits of ‘evidence’ that the Hoaxtead pushers like to spew about is the alleged ‘police cover-up’ of the recording that Abraham’s brother-in-law made at his home, the night Abe and Ella brought the children home from Morocco.