Jake Clarke loses appeal

Following a two-day hearing at Harrow Crown Court, on Friday Jake Clarke lost his appeal against last October’s conviction in Magistrates court for harassment of two individuals related to the Hampstead Satanic ritual abuse hoax. As with Sabine McNeill’s trial, these individuals are protected by a reporting restriction which prevents their being named. We have…

Jake Clarke appeals verdict, sentence

Last October we reported that Jake Clarke had been found guilty of harassment in a trial at Willesden Magistrate’s Court, and had been sentenced to a six-month custodial sentence, suspended for one year. His sentence included a five-year criminal behaviour order (CBO), which required that he delete all Hampstead hoax-related material from his social media…

Sabine’s posts: Going, going, gone?

While Sabine McNeill still faces her final sentencing hearing on 9 January, one aspect of her sentence has already been put in motion. At the first hearing on 19 December 2018, it was decided that a Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO) would be put in place, and that the restraining order which was put in place…

Further thoughts on Sabine’s verdict

It’s going to be some time before all the dust settles on Sabine McNeill’s trial, but by now many are aware of the verdict: she was found guilty on all four counts of stalking, as well as on six counts of breaching her restraining order.  Bear in mind that Sabine has not been sentenced yet;…

Sabine McNeill on trial: Day 18

This afternoon Sabine McNeill was found guilty on four charges of stalking parents whose children were named by Ella Draper in 2014 as belonging to a “Satanic death cult” based in several schools and a church in Hampstead, North London. In addition, she was found guilty of six of 17 charges of breaching a restraining…

Update: Whatever became of Jake Clarke?

Earlier this month we reported that following a two-day trial at Willesden Magistrates Court, Jake Clarke had been convicted on one count of harassment. At that time, Belinda stated that Jake would be sentenced on 17 October. That date came and went with no news from court, but we noted that a cave-dwelling loony hiding…

Matt Taylor faces sentencing in Bourne case

It seems that Matt Taylor, prolific stalker and relentless attention seeker, has done it again. According to the ever-reliable* cave-dweller, Dr Reverend Sir Lord High Muckymuck Anthony G. Pike, on 15 October Taylor was convicted of…well, something or another in the Royal Courts of Justice, and faces sentencing on 29 October. Pike mentions Sussex Police and…