We have learned that Desmond During, aka King Ishijah, was arrested Friday morning at his home in Stoke Newington.
In an act of enormous bravery, Rupert Quaintance visited Christ Church Hampstead and Christ Church Primary School, photographed himself there, then turned tail and fled. And the kicker? He did all of this last week, but posted photos today in an effort to stir up maximum panic and distress amongst the parents and children of…
Yesterday we reported that Rupert Quaintance and Angela Power-Disney had attempted to visit Jake Clarke in hospital, only to be thwarted by one of the hospital staff, a psychiatric nurse named Ella Baker. Angela had a fuming temper tantrum over the indignity of being turned away (and of course she filmed it, because if no…
Over the past few weeks, we’ve been considering launching a new project here at Hoaxtead Research. A few of our readers have got in touch to request it, and we think the time has come to start building a comprehensive database of the Hoaxtead mob.
Rupert Quaintance is back on the warpath. Again. In his latest, ahem, ‘radio broadcast’ he’s been blustering and bragging about what he’s planning to do when he finally arrives in London, which will be…er, any day now. Really. He’s not kidding this time. For reals.
This started off as a post about Rupert, the peripatetic weed-addicted American blowhard who has been threatening to come to Hampstead to hang out in pubs, kick down doors, rape children, and force non-existent cult members to ‘squeal’.
Yesterday we quoted Rupert Q from his Facebook page, claiming that all he said was that he “felt like kicking down doors” in response to RD’s children’s videos.
Last winter one of our readers drew our attention to Aaron Dover, a Hoaxtead pusher who claims to have actually attended Christ Church Primary School as a child, and whose last known address is in Camden.
Thanks to commenter YdychyncachuTracey for letting us know that our old friend Tracey Morris is back in business, this time looking for donations with the help of her friend Kristen Elizabeth Patterson.
At the heart of the Hampstead hoax is the fact that two children were forced by their mother and her boyfriend to make multiple false allegations: against their father, their school, their teachers, their friends’ parents, and members of their extended community. Even though these people have all been definitively cleared of any wrongdoing, their…