The Jean-Clement Yaohirou audio, Part 2

Yesterday we shared a full transcription of the first 20 minutes of one of the key pieces of evidence in the Hampstead SRA hoax. The audio recording made by Abraham Christie’s brother-in-law, Jean-Clement Yaohirou, was made starting at 10 p.m. on the night of 4 September 2014, immediately after Ella, Abraham, and Ella’s children arrived…

The Jean-Clement audio recording revisited

Every now and then we like to go back over early evidence from the Hampstead SRA hoax, as casting fresh eyes on older material can often reveal new angles. This is how we wound up listening to the audio recording which Abraham Christie’s brother-in-law Jean-Clement Yaohirou made on the night that Ella, Abraham, and the…

FAQ update #2: A page for newcomers to Hoaxtead

As a few of our readers suggested the other day, it would be ideal if this blog had a landing page for newcomers. Sadly, the version of WordPress that we use doesn’t accommodate such fripperies, so we’ve decided to make do with a page titled “New to Hoaxtead?” On it, we’ve included the following précis…

Part 2 of the Hampstead video: Some questions answered

Yesterday we discussed the first half of the video put together by three women—”Echo Truths“, Lulu from “itsgonnab alright“, and Kitty McCaffery—which is the first we’ve seen from “the other side” to expose the Hampstead SRA hoax for what it is. They released Part 2 of the video yesterday: We should say, first, that we…

‘No child could know that much’: A circular argument

Yesterday we compared the videos of RD’s children with real disclosures from children who’d actually been sexually abused. We noted that RD’s children not only showed no emotions that might be expected to accompany such disclosures—no shame, no guilt, no anger, no sadness—but also provided far more embellishment and detail than children who’ve really been…

Hoaxtead FAQ: A primer on the hoax

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…