Legal aid cuts open the door to legal woo pedlars

Since we began delving into the history of those behind the Hampstead “Satanic ritual abuse” hoax in early 2015, we’ve become all too familiar with the questionable behaviour of Sabine McNeill and Belinda McKenzie’s “Association of McKenzie Friends”. This group preys upon desperate “litigants in person” in the family court system. Rather than doing the…

Requesting a prescription for sanity

No doubt about it: the verdict and sentence in Rupert Quaintance’s trial last week has sent shock waves through the Hoaxtead gang, in the UK, Ireland, and the USA. After nearly three years of getting away with harassing and terrorising the innocent families, teachers, social workers, clergy, and business-people of Hampstead, the mobsters are finally…

Rupert Quaintance trial update: Day 2

This morning at court was very similar to yesterday’s snooze-fest, except that it lacked the interesting gossip emanating from Belinda’s end of the corridor. She appears to have realised that our intrepid reporter is not a member of her fan club, and she maintained a steely silence for the hour and a half between the…

Sabine invited to police interview next week

According to Sabine McNeill’s Victims Unite! blog, the police have “invited” her to yet another interview, the first since she pleaded guilty to violating her lifetime restraining order last October. At that time, she was given a conditional discharge for 12 months. Should she re-offend within that period, she can be re-sentenced for the original…

Was Ella really “prevented” from attending court?

One of the many complaints Ella has made in the numerous video interviews she’s given lately is that she was “prevented” from attending court when Mrs Pauffley was making her fact-finding judgement in February and March 2015. Her gullible dupes interviewers generally nod knowingly, clearly believing it’s standard practise for the powers-that-be to prevent poor…