Edward Ellis trial: Neelu feels oppressed

Following the first day of Edward William Ellis’ Application to Commit proceedings at the Royal Courts of Justice, we have absolutely no idea what evidence was presented. Nor do we know exactly which offence the self-styled “Equity Lawyer” is alleged to have committed, nor even who (if anyone) is making his defence arguments.

Neelu’s never-ending eviction saga continues

More news from the Neelu front: readers will recall that she had unwanted visitors on 9 January, when a team of police and bailiffs attended her home in order to evict her and her family. This came in the wake of last spring’s repossession order for having defaulted on the mortgage of her house. Neelu,…

An unexpected communique

We’ve mentioned before that this blog’s Contact Us/email in-box is a never-ending cornucopia of fascination and delight. Each day it brings us something new: kudos from our readers, tips about goings-on amongst the Hoaxtead mobsters, death threats from annoyed troofers, offers of love and romance in Nigeria and/or Russia, you name it. But today’s haul…

Neelu’s version: Post-truthiness, half-facts, and lies

In this age of “post-truth”, it can be difficult to know just who to believe. However, in certain instances the choice becomes extremely clear: anything that issues from the general direction of Neelu Berry ought to be viewed with extreme suspicion. For example, yesterday she posted this on her Facebook profile: Thoughts of the Day…

Neelu Berry accuses Ilford police of baby-murder cover-up, car theft

According to Princess Lou Lotus of the Planet Zog, police in Ilford have adopted a novel approach to “baby murder & criminal cover-up”: they are attacking innocent women at ungodly early hours of the morning, stealing their sons’ cars, dishonouring them through acts of treason, and generally making nuisances of themselves. (Don’t laugh. Cover-up via…

Citizen Sabine versus the Queen

Hey, remember that time when Neelu fined the IPCC to the tune of £100 million? She and the ever-charming John Banks swept into the lobby of the IPCC, thrust a bunch of papers at a couple of fellows who kept trying to explain that they couldn’t really accept…no, but really, madam…but you see…oh fine, for…