The other day we received this email from a relatively new reader: Hi, I’m writing as someone who has no knowledge about this at all (apart from a vague recollection of reports in the papers). I’m looking at your site now because someone suggested I should and writing this because I’ve seen that you are…
It looks as though Drifloud has leaked another bit of the report resulting from the IPCC-mandated investigation of the way in which the Barnet police conducted the original police investigation in September 2014. Oh, huzzah.
One of the longest-standing bits of ‘evidence’ that the Hoaxtead pushers like to spew about is the alleged ‘police cover-up’ of the recording that Abraham’s brother-in-law made at his home, the night Abe and Ella brought the children home from Morocco.
For a full year now, Abraham Christie, Ella Gareeva Draper, and their various acolytes and bum-sniffers have tried their level best to flood the internet with ‘evidence’ that they claim corroborates the original videos that Abe and Ella forced RD’s children to make.
This week we’ve been discussing the video that was secretly recorded by Jean-Clement, Abe Christie’s brother-in-law, when Abe and Ella brought the children back from Morocco on 4 September, 2014. We’ve listened to Abe coaching the children to shout, “Kill! Kill! Kill the babies!“; we’ve highlighted some of the inconsistencies and self-contradictions Abe reveals; and…
For the past couple of days we’ve been scouring Abe and Ella’s latest video release—the 3 hours recorded by Abe’s brother-in-law Jean-Clement Yaohirou on 4 September, 2014.
We admit it, we’re puzzled. The ‘new’ video that Abrella have released on their blog and YouTube, consisting of the recording made by Abe’s brother-in-law on 4 September, 2014, contains many fascinating glimpses into the Hampstead hoax…but they don’t play in Abrella’s favour.