Carvath stalks Hampstead dad and child

Noted “schoolgirl porn” video inspector and self-described “investigative journalist” Richard Carvath has just released a disturbing video, titled “Teacher in Hampstead”. The video, which Carvath claims was filmed at Waterstone’s book shop in Hampstead, shows a blurry image from behind, of what looks like a man rocking his child in his arms, then tousling his…

Link between school arsonist and Hampstead hoax

Yesterday we wrote about Philip Day, who was found guilty this week of having pursued a campaign of harassment against teachers in a Cheshire school, which culminated in his setting fire to the school. One of the charges of which Day was found guilty related to his having also burned down a 700-year old house…

Eddie Isok loses his cool

In a follow-on to yesterday’s post about the epic battle between Paul Rodgers (aka Eddie Isok) and Jo-Anne Sollis, last evening Sollis shared the promised evidence of Rodgers having threatened her. The evidence comes in the form of a long and somewhat garbled (not to mention misspelt—The Cunnning Linguist might wish to give this one…

Taylor’s latest self-promotion scheme

A few days ago, during one of Andy Devine’s interminable Facebook live-streamed videos, one of our readers noted that a recent subject of this blog, Matt Taylor, seemed more than usually annoyed with us. In the streamed comments, he wrote: Trust me, it is war between me and Hoaxtead Research. I’m making it my mission…

‘Hoaxtead trolls’: Why they see us everywhere

It’s an interesting phenomenon: as the core group of supporters of the Hampstead SRA hoax diminishes, their propensity to claim that anybody who believes differently is a “Hoaxtead troll” increases. What exactly is a Hoaxtead troll? The definition seems to differ depending on who makes the claim. In general, it seems that to attain the…

Bearing false witness

Since Sabine McNeill received a nine-year sentence following conviction on four charges of stalking and six charges of violating a restraining order, public interest in the Hampstead SRA hoax has surged. Writing in the Times yesterday, David Aaronovitch cited the Hampstead case as part of a disturbing trend toward false allegations of sexual abuse. He…