Dear Charlotte: Here’s what we want from you

Yesterday we reported that Charlotte Ward, once known as “Jacqui Farmer”, sent out emails which appear to support the idea that she has completely succumbed to paranoid delusions. Charlotte, whose blog Hamster Research (now mercifully defunct) was once feared as a source of personal attacks against innocent people in Hampstead, is now back in Suriname, and…

How not to make death threats

Here’s an important tip for those out there whose preferred method of communication is the death/dismemberment threat: don’t. But if you really feel you must, when writing to your intended victims it’s generally best not to cc the police into the incriminating emails. You see, the law doesn’t think highly of death threats (or threats…

Sabine writes Tony Gosling from prison

It seems that despite her current lack of access to the internet, Sabine McNeill has found another way to make her voice heard online. In a video available on George Kouris’  new YouTube channel, “GeeGee Tee”, Tony Gosling read out what he called the “first in a series” of letters from Sabine McNeill, who is…

UPDATE: Jake Clarke pleads not guilty

Jake Clarke appeared at Willesden Magistrates’ Court this morning and entered pleas of not guilty to two charges of harassment. His trial will begin on 5 July in Crown Court, location to be confirmed. Jake told the magistrates that he hadn’t meant to cause distress, but said that since the IPCC had upheld Ella Gareeva…

Rupert’s new video: A dog’s breakfast

Well, that was a bit anti-climactic. Since Rupert Quaintance’s release from prison and his deportation back to America in January, there have been vague rumblings of curiosity amongst those who followed the story of his arrest and trial for harassment. What would he say when he returned home? Would he have learnt anything from his…

What does it mean to ‘pervert the course of justice’?

When Wesley Hall was arrested yesterday as he attempted to board a flight to Málaga, Spain, the arresting officer told him that he would be going to a London police station to face charges of “perverting the course of justice”. Wesley seemed surprised and a bit puzzled by this, so we thought an explanation of…