A couple of weeks ago we passed the second anniversary of the day Sabine released the videos of RD’s children online, kicking off the social media firestorm that would become Hoaxtead. At the time, no one except the original hoaxters realised that an online smear campaign had begun, which would affect the lives of dozens…
You have to know you’re in some serious trouble when you ask Sabine for help, and she fobs you off, so you turn to…Neelu? That’s what seems to have happened to an elderly gent named Esworth Anderson, whose story doesn’t necessarily make a lot of sense to the average reader who doesn’t understand the legal…
The other day, while we were working on the FAQ about those who planned and executed the Hampstead SRA hoax, we were reminded that Belinda McKenzie’s created her alleged ‘charity’, the Knight Foundation, to act as a receptacle for donations to the hoax. We wondered: how has this non-charity been faring lately?
Yesterday the Hoaxtead Research account was blocked on Twitter. That’s not all that unusual: it’s happened several times over the past few weeks, mostly right after we’ve made a particularly hard-to-refute point.
A first-hand account of Belinda McKenzie’s Iran Aid charity, which was dissolved amid much speculation.
Sabine seems to claim she’s taken on a parents’ rights campaigner’s case…but it ain’t so.
Before the Hampstead ‘satanic ritual abuse’ hoax erupted early this year, few of us had even heard about McKenzie Friends.