Thomas Dunn’s ultimatum: ‘Join us or die, okay?’

Yesterday we talked about Thomas Dunn, the American YouTuber who has been huffing and puffing about the Hampstead SRA hoax, whilst simultaneously exploiting the Hampstead children by setting up an online shop to sell Hampstead-themed cosplay supplies to his eager audience of fellow zealots. As commenter Surreal Hustle pointed out, Dunn seems to be in…

Jon Wedger, Bill Maloney, and the RAINS list

Yesterday we touched on the documented links between the Ritual Abuse Information Network and Support (RAINS); their notorious “RAINS list” of random people compiled by co-founder Joan Coleman from the “alter” personalities of her client “Helen G.”; and Operation Yewtree, the police investigation into allegations of sexual abuse by the late Jimmy Savile. One of…

Kristie Sue can’t stop tormenting RD’s children

Since the Hoaxtead mobsters discovered that RD had put his head above the parapet in a  video with his two children to celebrate their win in an eBay for Business contest, a few familiar old faces have begun to reappear. Not that we’ve missed them. Yesterday we discussed Wesley Hall’s large tracts of internet real…

Broxtowe and Hoaxtead: Witch-hunters in action

This week we have been taking a deep dive into the Broxtowe false Satanic ritual abuse allegations, which took place in Nottingham around a case in which very real child abuse—sexual, physical, and emotional—was confirmed. The SRA overlay, while believed by some of the social workers, was roundly discredited in a suppressed 1990 report by…

Broxtowe Team 4 used medieval witch-hunter manual

This week we’ve been discussing the 1987–89 Broxtowe child abuse case, arguably the first “Satanic panic” case in the UK. (To trace how the 1980s Satanic panic made its way across the Atlantic from its genesis in the USA, we’ve found this article on the SAFF website very useful.) Following up on yesterday’s post about…

Team 4 response to JET report: Satan-hunters strike back

Yesterday we looked at how the Broxtowe JET report, which debunked the Satanic ritual abuse claims of a team of social workers in Nottingham, was suppressed for several years before finally being shared on the internet thanks to the efforts of three journalists and the Cyber-Rights & Cyber-Liberties (UK) organisation. We noted that two of…

Why was the JET report suppressed?

A couple of days ago we outlined the JET report on the UK’s first major case of allegations of Satanic ritual abuse. As we mentioned at the time, there’s much more to say on this important report—including the way in which was suppressed. Yes, we know, usually it’s the SRA promoters who toss around accusations…