John Paterson sectioned under Mental Health Act

John Paterson, the Hampstead hoax pusher noted for his particularly violent threats, his anti-Semitism, and his alleged connections to “South London gangsters”, was arrested Monday, 1 July, and has been sent to a mental health facility in Sussex. He is currently being held for 28 days under Section 2 of the Mental Health Act: admission…

Paterson receives suspended sentence plus £19,000 fine

According to a Facebook video released yesterday by Neelu Berry, John Paterson’s contempt of court hearing ended in a guilty judgment, and resulted in a 21-day prison sentence, suspended for one year, as well as a £19,000 fine. Paterson appeared surprisingly jaunty, given this outcome. He was apparently so relieved not to have been immediately…

John Paterson in court for contempt today

John Paterson, best known for uttering a seemingly endless stream of threats of violence and death toward this blog and anybody he thinks might be associated with it, will be attending the Royal Courts of Justice at 10:30 this morning to face an application for committal for of contempt of court. In a video posted…

A journey to the twilight zone…

Let’s face it, certain people who have thrown themselves head first down the Hampstead SRA rabbit hole are not at all well. A number of our readers have remarked on the obviously deteriorating mental health of people like Andy Devine, whose long, ever-more-rambly and disjointed live-streams have shown him breaking down before our eyes. Similarly,…

What’s the Attorney General got on Paterson?

Well, it’s just like old times again—after a few weeks of relative radio silence, Neelu Berry did a live-stream from her old stomping grounds outside the Royal Courts of Justice a couple of days ago, waffling on about David Noakes and mass remedies and corruption processes and whatnot. Frankly, we didn’t pay all that much…

Eddie Isok & friends indulge in witness intimidation

We’re on stand-by today, waiting for news about Sabine McNeill’s sentencing hearing. While we wait, though, we thought we’d tell you about an interesting bit of fallout from Sabine’s trial, which will no doubt have further repercussions for those involved. Readers who followed our reporting of the trial might remember that a full day was…

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…