Abe still trying to court Brian Harvey

It’s been a few weeks since we last checked in on Abraham Christie’s hilarious Instagram page, and we weren’t really expecting to find much of interest, other than the smarmy little bully’s usual Desert Cosplay routine.  We were pleasantly surprised, then, to discover that Abe has been busy on the one social media channel that’ll…

Hoax-promoting blog dies a timely death

Oh, gosh, how sad. Another Hampstead SRA hoax-promoting site has bitten the dust, gone the way of all things, rung down the curtain and joined the choir invisible. Yes, Aangirfan is dead and gone. The blog, supposedly run by a British woman who’d spent time in Indonesia, was one of the first to snap up…

Dunn to arrive in London today

We seem to have become annoyingly prescient lately. Yesterday we noted that while Russ Dizdar was about to leave the UK, we expected that Thomas Dunn would not have come all the way to Dundee without at least making a token trek south to London. And sure enough, in a live-streamed video yesterday evening, Dunny…

Alert: Tom Dunn in Dundee

It seems that Thomas Dunn, deranged Christian evangelist and the latest would-be Hampstead SRA profiteer, has been attending a Dundee-based conference on pushing Satanic ritual abuse.   We’re currently monitoring the situation and will report in greater detail shortly, but for now we would urge our readers to be alert for any signs that Dunny…

Updating the FAQ: What about the tattoos?

One spin-off effect of the recent transcription of the Jean-Clement Yaohirou audio recording is that it has necessitated a good deal of updating of our FAQ section. As we usually do, we’ll be publishing these revised versions first as posts, so our readers can tear them apart and let us know whether anything important is…

Yaohirou audio reveals Abe’s abuse tactics

Well, we’ve made it: today we’re going to look at the seventh and final instalment in the first full transcription of the Jean-Clement Yaohirou audio recording, made on 4 September 2014. The recording itself is nearly three hours long, but to our (and probably your) immense relief, the last ~40 minutes contain no conversation. A…