Has Sabine won leave to appeal her sentence?

On Saturday night in a live-streamed video with Ramola D. Reports, Neelu Berry announced that her friend Sabine McNeill had received leave to appeal her nine-year prison sentence on four charges of stalking and six charges of breach of restraining order. According to Neelu, Sabine has appealed her nine-year sentence and she’s been successful, she’s…

IICSA: Why Wedger but not Sabine?

Private Eye‘s recent coverage of Jon Wedger’s “core participant” status at the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) has not only cast a harsh glare on the wanna-be whistleblower’s recent prevarications, but may have added a layer of complexity to Sabine McNeill’s 2016 invitation to speak to the IICSA’s Truth Project. On 2 May,…

IICSA and SRA pushers: The disconnect

Yesterday we commented on an article in the Sunday Telegraph which revealed that Sabine McNeill, currently serving nine years in prison for stalking families in Hampstead and committing multiple violations of a 2016 restraining order, was invited to speak at the Truth Project, part of the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA). The Telegraph…

Sabine gave evidence to IICSA Truth Project

From our Department of WTAF?!: An article in yesterday’s Sunday Telegraph revealed that Sabine McNeill, currently serving nine years in prison for stalking and multiple violations of a July 2016 restraining order, gave evidence to the Truth Project run by the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA). According to the article, Remember that Sabine…

Why is Icke attacking SAFF?

When Sabine McNeill received a nine-year sentence for stalking four families and violating a restraining order on six occasions, we predicted fallout as the Satan-hunting conspiraloon world went ape-shit. And lo, we were not disappointed. Barely two weeks after the sentence was handed down, Jamie Busby, a staff author on DavidIcke.com, launched a frontal attack…

Sabine’s appeal prospects uncertain, says Belinda

Long-time readers might recall that following Rupert Quaintance’s 2017 conviction for harassment, he appealed both the sentence and the conviction (and lost, but that’s another story). We’ve had a number of queries about whether Sabine McNeill plans to do the same, and we’ve had to say that we don’t know. While the deadline has passed…