Have Tracey and Belinda reached a detente?

You might recall that last week, Belinda McKenzie and Tracey Morris, once staunch BFFs, had a bit of a falling out. Tracey was miffed that Sabine McNeill’s solicitor, who happens to be the son of a friend, had not been able to work miracles and magically free Sabine from being remanded in custody until her…

Sabine in custody until trial

Sabine McNeill’s application to amend her bail conditions was heard at Southwark Crown Court this morning. The application was refused, and Sabine will remain in prison until her trial, which is currently set to start in November. Despite herculean efforts by various Hoaxtead mobsters to assemble a massive throng to support their friend, turnout was…

Hoaxtead mobsters rally for Monday court hearing

With Sabine McNeill’s Monday court hearing fast approaching, her friends and supporters are going into over-drive to ensure that the court knows she has…well, friends and supporters. It’s shaping up to be quite the event, and it’ll be fascinating to see whether Belinda McKenzie’s attempts to dissuade the faithful have any impact on the efforts…

BREAKING: Tracey Morris slags off Sabine’s legal team

In a Facebook livestream late Wednesday evening, Tracey Morris unleashed a vitriolic rant at Sabine McNeill’s legal team, reserving her harshest criticism for Noam Almaz, Sabine’s solicitor. Tracey described her recent trek to London, noting that she “could see that Belinda was under pressure”, and that she “couldn’t understand how [Sabine] was in prison”. “Why…

Hoaxtead mobsters descend into hysteria

As Sabine McNeill’s next court date approaches, her supporters’ attempts to garner support for their heroine have gone from “urgent” to “frantic”, and have now reached the lower limits of “hysterical” on the Troofer Tail-Chasing Scale™. By the time of Sabine’s next hearing at Southwark Crown Court on 19 March, it’s anticipated that certain of…

They held a demo. Nobody came.

Despite the rabid urgings of  The Most High and Mighty Reverend Doctor Astrophysicist Cave-dwelling Philosopher Anthony “Fruitcake” Pike, and the best artistic efforts of “Safe-T”…er, Jake Clarke, we’re afraid that yesterday’s scheduled demonstration outside Bronzefield Prison was a bit of a bust. Mr Pike, who sometimes likes to be referred to as “the Great Panjandrum”,…

When the going gets tough, the troofers freak out

Since last Monday, when Sabine McNeill was remanded in custody for multiple breaches of her bail conditions, those who believe in the Hampstead SRA hoax have taken to the internet in a frantic last-ditch attempt to rally support for her. We’ve discussed the “Free Sabine” Facebook page, hastily thrown up last week by Wesley Hall.…

Sabine’s remand: Reactions from the cheap seats

Following Sabine McNeill’s hearing at Highbury Corner Magistrate’s Court yesterday, we expected to hear the usual hue and cry from the cheap seats, and we were not disappointed. Not unexpectedly, Tracey Morris, the Gob from the North, led off. Her friend Morticia O’Riordan sounded a slightly calmer note, suggesting that they actually, you know, find…