Wedger ignores sexual abuse in his own back yard

Self-proclaimed police whistleblower Jonathan Wedger has been all over Twitter and Facebook recently, hawking the book Meat Rack Boy by Michael Tarraga, which was published 24 January 2019 by Brees Media. Wedger certainly seems impressed by his social media stats, which have been enhanced by Tarraga’s story. In a recent tweet, he announced, “These children…

Wedger’s campaign of self-glorification

Yesterday’s post about Jon Wedger’s recent interview with Lou Collins generated a good deal of discussion, both here and on Twitter. Further concerns were raised about Wedger’s reluctance to answer even the simplest of questions about his activities—including why he persists in referring to survivors of child trafficking as “prostitutes”, and their traffickers/rapists as “pimps”.…

Wedger pushes SRA, invites ‘testimony’ from survivors

It’s been a while since we heard from ex-Met police officer Jon Wedger, but yesterday he and his friend Lou Collins released an interview on Collins’ radio show and blog. “An Interview with Jon Wedger 1 year on—Satanic Ritual Abuse” is pretty much what it sounds like. Following a review of the various physical challenges…

Questions mount for Jon Wedger

Usually this time of year is a bit of a snooze-fest in Hoaxteadland, as even SRA hoax-pushing conspiracy theorists like to take a bit of down-time between Christmas and New Years. Into this year’s vacuum, though, has galloped a face that became all too familiar to us last year: yes, Jonathan Wedger, alleged police whistle-blower,…

Abe Christie oozes back onto Twitter

We’ve noticed over the past few weeks that Abraham Christie and Ella Gareeva Draper had begun re-sharing some of the videos of RD’s children on YouTube again, so we weren’t particularly surprised to note on Friday that Abe has created a new Twitter account, under the moniker @papahemp2. (Apparently @papahemp and @papahemp1 were already taken,…

Fact-checking Jon Wedger

When we first began listening to Jonathan Wedger’s stories of life as a cop in the rough underbelly of London, we noticed a few clangers, but given his apparent earnest sincerity we were inclined to think that perhaps he was just confusing a few small details, which would iron themselves out. However, as his relentless…