Sabine McNeill on trial: Day 7

Yesterday we reported on the surprise arrest of Paul Rogers, aka Eddieisok, who was accused of contempt of court due to having uploaded videos containing the name of a witness in Sabine McNeill’s trial, in contravention of a reporting restriction.  Readers may also be aware of a number of threats against the judge in Sabine’s…

Hoaxtead hypocrisy writ large

Yesterday we talked about Jake Clarke’s sentencing at Willesden Magistrates Court, and made passing reference to his “friends” Anthony Pike and Angela Power-Disney, who stated that they hoped he would choose prison over freedom—for the sake of propping up the Hampstead SRA hoax, don’tcha know. Of course, it’s easy for Pike to pontificate from his…

Update: Whatever became of Jake Clarke?

Earlier this month we reported that following a two-day trial at Willesden Magistrates Court, Jake Clarke had been convicted on one count of harassment. At that time, Belinda stated that Jake would be sentenced on 17 October. That date came and went with no news from court, but we noted that a cave-dwelling loony hiding…

An infection of lies: Reaching new victims

Yesterday we talked about the dangers of giving oxygen to non-entities who are connected with the Hampstead SRA hoax. Coincidentally, just as we were putting the finishing touches on that post, we were alerted that Angela Power-Disney had started her much-vaunted (by her mostly) interview with Sean Maguire, the terminally gormless host of ‘Out of…

Jake Clarke found guilty of harassment

In a post on Facebook, Belinda McKenzie announced late yesterday that Jake Clarke has been found guilty on one charge of harassment against two unnamed persons, presumably in relation to the Hampstead SRA hoax. The trial took place over two days at Willesden Magistrates Court. Jake was found not guilty of a second charge of…

Facebook group a study in paranoia

The paranoia of the conspiracy-minded is something of a truism, but it can still be slightly shocking to witness in real time. On Friday, while we were waiting for word of the outcome of Jake Clarke’s court appearance, we were treated to an amazing display of paranoid over-reaction in a small, little-known Facebook group, with…

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…