Neelu’s day in court, translated

Many of our readers are already aware that Neelu Berry spent much of yesterday in court. She announced it late Thursday night/early Friday morning on her Facebook page, and then followed up with a number of posts yesterday. However, as usual when Neelu is involved, her version of events tended toward the cryptic and/or incomprehensible,…

John Banks’ Cunning Plan for World Domination

Yesterday we watched with a combination of horror and admiration as Neelu Berry and “equity lawyer” Edward William Ellis saw a pair of police officers off and slammed the door in their faces. Admiration? Well, yes—you have to admit that it takes a certain…something to improvise a stream of gibberish sufficient to confuse and deflect…

BREAKING: Police at Neelu’s door today

Police were at Neelu Berry’s door earlier today to invite her to a Caution +3 interview in relation to a violation of a restraining order, according to this video, which Neelu recently posted on Facebook: The omnipresent Edward W. Ellis, Equity Lawyer, refused on Neelu’s behalf, citing something to do with last year’s general election…

Neelu violates her restraining order for the Nth time

Hoaxtead mobsters are swarming out of the woodwork of late, all desperate to have Sabine McNeill freed from Bronzefield Prison, where she is currently being held while she awaits trial on 15 counts of violating her restraining order and four counts of stalking. Even Neelu Berry, whose long, incomprehensible diatribes have tended to focus on…

Edward Ellis, Equity Lawyer: The stunning conclusion

All right, that headline might have been a slight exaggeration. In fact, according to Neelu Berry’s latest Facebook live-stream video, the Application for Committal against Mr Ellis ended yesterday, not with the banging of a cell door, but with a whimper—a three-month sentence, suspended for 12, and the threat of prison time if he violates…

Edward Ellis trial: Neelu feels oppressed

Following the first day of Edward William Ellis’ Application to Commit proceedings at the Royal Courts of Justice, we have absolutely no idea what evidence was presented. Nor do we know exactly which offence the self-styled “Equity Lawyer” is alleged to have committed, nor even who (if anyone) is making his defence arguments.