Hoax supporters react to Sabine McNeill sentence

It’s not as if this wasn’t wholly predictable: within minutes of the announcement of Sabine McNeill’s nine-year sentence being handed down, the first howls of rage were detected…all the way over in Greece. Andy “Make Mine a Double” Devine was first out of the gate, slugging back the vino while expressing his outrage at Sabine’s…

Hoaxtead mob panic as sentencing approaches

With Sabine McNeill’s sentencing hearing approaching rapidly, some of her friends and supporters appear to be…well, losing a plot just a bit. Take Christine Sheriff General Sands, for example: on Sunday she emailed this blog as follows: I’d like to make a deal in the case of Sabine McNeill. It’s a joint deal involving Julian Assange of WikiLeaks: http://generalsands.com/assange_mcneill Okay, sure, we thought. We’ll bite, even if mostly out of morbid curiosity. Here’s what we…

2018 in review: They fought the law & the law won

On this last day of 2018, we’re taking time to look back over a year that’s brought victories great and small in the fight to debunk the Hampstead SRA hoax and those who’ve continued to promote it. This time last year, Rupert Quaintance was serving the final weeks of his prison sentence for harassment, and…

Sabine McNeill on trial: Day 17

First, the day’s news from Sabine McNeill’s trial on four charges of stalking and 17 charges of violating a restraining order: there is no news.  At 10:40 a.m., HHJ Sally Cahill QC sent the jury back to their deliberations, and at 4:15 p.m. she released them for the day.  We fully expected that it would…

Sabine McNeill on trial: In the corridors

As readers will know (well, all except Neelu, who we hear turned up looking for the trial Friday), court was adjourned on Thursday afternoon until Monday morning, as the judge had professional duties elsewhere.  So rather than our daily court report, we thought we would update you on the various goings-on in the corridors, where…

Neelu’s former home auctioned for £415k

It’s been a long time coming, but yesterday Neelu Berry’s former home at 3 Peel Drive in Ilford was sold at auction, on a bid of £415,000. Neelu and her friend Lee Cant attended the bidding, which Neelu tried to disrupt at one point, shouting, “It’s a stolen property! It’s not for sale! I’ve got…

Edward W. Ellis loses appeal

Was it really more than six months ago that we reported on the commencement of Application to Commit proceedings against Edward W. Ellis, Neelu’s former live-in struck-off solicitor? By gum, it has been that long! Thanks to the kind reader who forwarded us an update on the case. According to the case report, which we…