Abe designed hoax to order for Maloney, Gerrish

Yesterday we shared two comments by Abraham Christie that demonstrated the fundamental fallacy that Ella Draper was “forced” to release the videos and written allegations due to a “police cover-up”. (Hint: you can’t call it a cover-up until the police have stopped investigating and have attempted to sweep it under the carpet. Up to that…

Kristie Sue’s no-good, very bad weekend

Kristie Sue Costa, Abe and Ella’s current Fart-sniffer in Chief, has been keeping her head below the parapet lately, at least as far as the Hampstead SRA hoax is concerned. However, she made an appearance on Saturday, publishing one of her epic whinges on her “Believe the Children Except When They Say Things You Don’t…

Abe faces tough questions with his usual aplomb

Following this week’s exploration of the subject of the infamous tattoos—why they’re likely not real, how they exemplify Abe’s habit of claiming unwarranted expertise, and why Ella didn’t seem to notice that the fathers of her three children were, er, genitally decorated—we thought we’d take our theories on the road, and run them past Abraham…

The final blow to the ‘tattoos’ argument

Sometimes it’s easy to overlook the most obvious, in-your-face evidence—evidence which, once revealed, makes us slap our collective foreheads and wonder what on earth we were thinking. It happened yesterday, when we were discussing the alleged tattoos which were supposed to be the “ultimate evidence” that a child-raping, baby-eating cult was operating out of a…