BREAKING: ‘Alan Alanson’ sentenced to 9 months

Alan Colley, known to Hampstead hoax followers as “Alan Alanson”, was sentenced to nine months in prison at Newcastle Crown Court earlier today. Colley/Alanson also received a Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO), which will remain in place until a further order supersedes it. Colley had originally faced charges of Harassment 4, “harassment putting people in fear…

Video share: The saga of Rupert Quaintance

In today’s video instalment we take a trip down memory lane—it’s been almost two years since Rupert Quaintance was found guilty of stalking Hampstead families, and was sentenced to nine months in Wandworth Prison. We think it’s time to take a fair and balanced look back at the case which preoccupied us all while it…

Paterson receives suspended sentence plus £19,000 fine

According to a Facebook video released yesterday by Neelu Berry, John Paterson’s contempt of court hearing ended in a guilty judgment, and resulted in a 21-day prison sentence, suspended for one year, as well as a £19,000 fine. Paterson appeared surprisingly jaunty, given this outcome. He was apparently so relieved not to have been immediately…

IICSA and SRA pushers: The disconnect

Yesterday we commented on an article in the Sunday Telegraph which revealed that Sabine McNeill, currently serving nine years in prison for stalking families in Hampstead and committing multiple violations of a 2016 restraining order, was invited to speak at the Truth Project, part of the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA). The Telegraph…

Sabine gave evidence to IICSA Truth Project

From our Department of WTAF?!: An article in yesterday’s Sunday Telegraph revealed that Sabine McNeill, currently serving nine years in prison for stalking and multiple violations of a July 2016 restraining order, gave evidence to the Truth Project run by the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA). According to the article, Remember that Sabine…

‘Alanson’ pleads guilty to malicious communications

A Hampstead hoax believer who calls himself “Alan Alanson” yesterday faced charges of stalking in relation to protected witnesses, but pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of malicious communications at Newcastle Crown Court. “Alanson”, whose real surname was revealed to be Colley, had previously attempted to claim on this blog that he had not been…

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…