In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was “Hoaxtead”….And the light shineth in darkness, and the Hoaxtead mobsters comprehended it not. It started on YouTube, or possibly Google+: small groups of two or three people, dissenting voices against a tidal wave of accusations. At first just asking questions, and being reviled as “shills”…
As the implications of yesterday’s verdict against Rupert Quaintance ripple through the community of Hoaxtead mobsters, we’d like to offer our congratulations and admiration to all the parents who stood as witnesses in court, knowing full well that they’d be leaving themselves vulnerable to further attacks by speaking out. Over the past two and a…
We’ve been keeping an eye on the counter in the right-hand column of this page, as it worked its way steadily towards the half-million mark…and then we blinked for half a minute and missed the magic moment!
For the past couple of days we’ve been watching the counter on the right-hand sidebar of this blog tick upward to an astonishing (at least to us!) 400,000 views.
Last week we noted that several key illegal Hoaxtead videos had disappeared from the internet—a good sign overall, as it indicates that finally some of the larger platforms have begun to take notice of the court order we’ve been waving in front of their noses for the past year.
Things have been relatively quiet on the Hoaxtead front lately, in part we suspect because of the court case that is taking up two of the hoax’s most public proponents’ time. But we’ve been noticing other signs that give us cause for hope, as well.
A couple of days ago we noted that an author named Lucy Wood, aka Kim Lawrence, had published an e-book that regurgitated the standard lies of Hoaxtead, and defamed multiple individuals.