Video share: The saga of Rupert Quaintance

In today’s video instalment we take a trip down memory lane—it’s been almost two years since Rupert Quaintance was found guilty of stalking Hampstead families, and was sentenced to nine months in Wandworth Prison. We think it’s time to take a fair and balanced look back at the case which preoccupied us all while it…

Police inertia allowed Hampstead hoax to grow

In the most recent video on the Hoaxtead Research YouTube channel, we addressed an issue which hasn’t really been publicly aired in the past: how was the outcome of this hoax shaped by the reactions (or non-reactions) of the police? Yesterday, regular commenter Steved observed, The accusers who may find themselves either in jail or…

Video share: Sabine McNeill, Hoax Promoter

Just when you think there’s nothing more to be said about Sabine McNeill… In today’s video we take a look at Sabine’s involvement in one of the important antecedents to the Hampstead SRA hoax, and we talk about how the police and courts failed the families of Hampstead, leaving them vulnerable to harassment by Sabine…

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…

Sabine McNeill

Who ‘invited’ Sabine to speak at IICSA Truth Project?

As we mentioned yesterday, the issue of Sabine’s having been invited to present her story of the Hampstead SRA hoax to the Truth Project of the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) is a puzzling one. While the Inquiry rejected her application for Core Participant status in the Westminster strand of its investigation, we…

‘Alanson’ pleads guilty to malicious communications

A Hampstead hoax believer who calls himself “Alan Alanson” yesterday faced charges of stalking in relation to protected witnesses, but pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of malicious communications at Newcastle Crown Court. “Alanson”, whose real surname was revealed to be Colley, had previously attempted to claim on this blog that he had not been…

Promoters of the hoax, part 2

Yesterday we published the first half of an update to our FAQ: Promoters of the hoax. We’ve been going over the evidence from Sabine McNeill’s trial, integrating new information and deleting material which is no longer relevant, in order to present the most accurate summary possible. In yesterday’s post we covered the time between Abraham…