Calling all ‘Shadow-People’: Belinda’s monthly Sabine update

Hello all you wonderful ‘Shadow-People™’ out there in Radioland: it’s time for your monthly update from Sabine McNeill’s best friend (alleged) and occasional prison visitor (also alleged), Belinda McKenzie! In this month’s episode, we’ll discover a side to Sabine which none of us could have suspected, and learn about how the evil powers-that-be have been…

No change in Sabine’s trial date: Belinda

On Tuesday while Neelu’s courtroom drama was playing out, another hearing was held at Southwark Crown Court, this one to determine whether Sabine McNeill’s trial date should be brought forward to August (as Angela has been claiming it already has). We are most grateful to Wesley Hall for kindly posting Belinda’s summary of the hearing,…

Belinda slams ‘wealthy’ hoax victims

Another month, another missive from Belinda. Having given up on retiring from Facebook, she’s back with another update on Sabine’s current situation on remand in prison, which sounds an awful lot like last month’s update on Sabine’s situation on remand in prison. However, we suppose Belinda needs to keep the troops fired up, and what…

Belinda says Sabine ‘relieved’, ‘cheerful’ in prison

Hey, remember last December, when Belinda McKenzie and Tracey Morris were desperately passing the begging bowl to collect £20,000 bail bond to keep Sabine out of prison, where they were certain she was about to expire any minute now? Turns out that was all a bit of a misunderstanding. In fact, according to Belinda’s latest…

Sabine writes Tony Gosling from prison

It seems that despite her current lack of access to the internet, Sabine McNeill has found another way to make her voice heard online. In a video available on George Kouris’  new YouTube channel, “GeeGee Tee”, Tony Gosling read out what he called the “first in a series” of letters from Sabine McNeill, who is…

UPDATE: Sabine’s bail application denied

In a hearing this morning at Southwark Crown Court, Sabine McNeill’s legal team was unable to persuade HHJ Deborah Taylor to grant their client bail on medical grounds. Sabine, who did not appear in person, had been claiming that she was effectively immobilised and unable to walk after her Nordic ski poles were confiscated by…

Hoaxtead Research: Three years on and going strong

We confess it’s hard to believe, but three years ago today, Scarlet Scoop hit “publish” on the very first post here at Hoaxtead Research. At 2,298 posts, nearly 1.3 million hits, and 94,000 comments from our readers, we’re going stronger than ever. Our goal, which we stated on the blog’s first birthday, is “to stand up and say…