Jake Clarke appeals verdict, sentence

Last October we reported that Jake Clarke had been found guilty of harassment in a trial at Willesden Magistrate’s Court, and had been sentenced to a six-month custodial sentence, suspended for one year. His sentence included a five-year criminal behaviour order (CBO), which required that he delete all Hampstead hoax-related material from his social media…

Matt Taylor faces sentencing in Bourne case

It seems that Matt Taylor, prolific stalker and pathetic attention hog, has done it again. According to the ever-reliable* cave-dweller, Dr Reverend Sir Lord High Muckymuck Anthony G. Pike, on 15 October Taylor was convicted of…well, something or another in the Royal Courts of Justice, and faces sentencing on 29 October. Pike mentions Sussex Police and…

More effective protection for stalking victims on its way?

A Private Members’ Bill proposing measures to increase protection for victims of stalking passed second reading in the House of Commons yesterday afternoon, with all-party support. The Stalking Protection Bill, sponsored at second reading by Dr Sarah Wollaston (Totnes)(Con), proposes to intervene earlier and more effectively, not only in-person stalking by persons known to their…

Sabine wants to look her best for court

Sabine is due in Blackfriars Magistrate’s court on Monday, 8th February at 2:00 p.m., to answer charges of witness intimidation and perverting the course of justice. And judging from her Twitter feed, it looks like she’s decided to make the best impression possible.

Let’s count our victories

The other day, one of our friends posted a collage of Hoaxtead Research’s recent victories, and it got us thinking: how much has this small community of hoax-busters accomplished since this blog went public in May 2015? A lot, that’s how much.