Would-be hacker leaves his calling card

It’s been some time since anyone attempted to hack this blog, but this past week we’ve weathered (successfully, we should add) two separate attacks. Granted, they came from the same person, who was apparently quite determined to find a vulnerability. As it happens, the hacker wound up telling us more about himself than he intended…

Attention-seekers stir the pot in Alfie Evans case

As the tragic case of Alfie Evans drags on, Tracey Morris and her sidekick Linda Byrne O’Riordan have inserted themselves into the “Alfie’s Army” group of protesters outside Liverpool’s Alder Hey Children’s Hospital, and various other Hoaxtead pushers have jumped into the fray to stir things up even further. Alfie’s parents, Tom Evans and Kate…

False Start Foundation troll strikes back

It was probably inevitable that yesterday’s post about the False Start Foundation’s harassing genuine survivors of child sexual abuse, while pushing their own “Satanic ritual abuse” agenda, would have provoked a bit of backlash. And sure enough, Cat Scot/CalamiTcat/Lesley Scott lashed back within hours. First on Facebook: …and then on her “Spidercatweb.blog” (whoa, would you…

False Start Foundation: Same shit, different day

Last April we began tracking a new organisation which was claiming to represent the interests of survivors of child sexual abuse. The “Fresh Start Foundation”—yet another “foundation” with a name which could easily be confused with a number of others, rather like the “Knight Foundation”—had a very interesting list of founding officers, many of whom…

Kristie Sue and the World’s Worst Gang-stalker

Yesterday we were surprised to learn that apparently we’ve been engaging in some sort of “gang-stalking” activity, in which we’ve allegedly been targetting Kristie Sue Costa. We felt sure that if this were the case we’d have remembered, but things have been hectic chez Hoaxtead Research over the past few days, so we thought it…