Who originally released Finnbarr’s videos?

Over the weekend, one of our readers posed a question that we weren’t immediately able to answer. The reader wrote, “What puzzles me about the Finnbarr recording is how did it end up, unedited, published in a compilation of other videos of the children?” We’d wondered this from time to time as well, and so…

Belinda’s flip-flops: What’s she really trying to say?

For months we heard nothing at all from Belinda, the eminence grise behind the Hampstead SRA hoax. Unlike other Hoaxtead mobsters, Belinda seems keenly aware that sometimes discretion is the better part of…well, not valour exactly. Perhaps “discretion is the better part of staying out of prison”? So she’s kept well out of the glare…

Another Hoaxtead mobster jumping overboard?

Yesterday we reported the rather extraordinary news that Hoaxtead’s Architect-in-Chief, Belinda McKenzie admitted that the Hampstead SRA hoax was, in essence, a giant steaming crock of manure. During a long, convoluted, and boozy late-Saturday-night convo, Belinda said, “(T)here’s been a horrible mistake and all the people in the area in question have been wrongly accused…

Has Belinda crossed the floor on Hoaxtead?

The other night, one of our readers kindly drew our attention to a rather interesting feud taking place on a Facebook group dedicated to the care and feeding of convicted paedophile Peter Hofschroer. It seems that Belinda McKenzie has taken it upon herself to shelter Mr Hofschroer whilst he awaits extradition. On Saturday she posted…

The twisted logic of the witch hunters

Here’s a conundrum for you: let’s say you are one of a largish group of people who’ve been falsely accused of doing something terrible. Do you: Defend yourself, state emphatically that you didn’t do it, and continue to assert your innocence whenever others repeat the false allegations? Say nothing, keep your head down, pretend it…

FAQ update #1: ‘How we know it’s a hoax’

As we promised yesterday, we’ve been poking around in the Hoaxtead Research FAQ section, updating and revising to reflect new evidence that’s come forth in the past few weeks. Here’s the first new page, which we’re calling “Frequently Asked Questions: How we know it’s a hoax”. Please feel free to suggest revisions, additions, deletions…this is…