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…

Taking a stand against trolling, doxxing, and harassment

Last week, as we read through and wrote up the notes from our Faithful Correspondent at Rupert Quaintance’s trial, one thing in particular gave us cause to reflect on our role in putting an end to the Hampstead SRA hoax. It became clear quite early on that Rupert’s main defence strategy would revolve around a…

All hail the Cookie People! and other oddities

Many thanks to one of our Twitter followers, who made a brilliant suggestion yesterday: Ooh, a new way to listen to Ella’s so-called “birthday greeting” to her youngest child? We just had to try it out! (Yes, we really are that easily amused.) Here’s what we found: Hi, I’m Allah believer, the mother of A*****…

Unmasking “Jason Streatham”

Yesterday we revealed the identity of Araya Soma (aka Araya Manna, aka Ninon Dulac): turns out her real name is Laurence Lavie, and she’s currently wanted by Somerset police for failing to attend her trial on drugs charges. Today, we thought we’d take a look at one of the lesser-known Hoaxtead trolls, who’s been uttering…

Who wants to be a YouTube Hero?

Since almost the very beginning of the Hampstead SRA hoax, a major problem has been the massive proliferation of Hoaxtead-related videos on YouTube. Volunteers have devoted hundreds of hours to the thankless task of reporting videos that violate Mrs Justice Pauffley’s original court order, and YouTube’s terms of service.

The return of an old YouTube friend?

One of our team members recently noticed that an apparent newcomer had set up housekeeping over on YouTube, and had begun uploading videos like there was no tomorrow. None of the videos were new; all came from a variety of older accounts, but they all shared one thing in common: they preached the Gospel According…