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…

IICSA and SRA pushers: The disconnect

Yesterday we commented on an article in the Sunday Telegraph which revealed that Sabine McNeill, currently serving nine years in prison for stalking families in Hampstead and committing multiple violations of a 2016 restraining order, was invited to speak at the Truth Project, part of the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA). The Telegraph…

Eddie’s script kiddie pal strikes again

Readers might recall that during Sabine McNeill’s trial in November, Paul Rodgers a.k.a. Eddie Isok was arrested from the courtroom and convicted on charges of contempt of court. Rather than accept responsibility for his own behaviour, he chose to blame EC, and has been on a low-grade campaign of harassment ever since. In December we…

Eddie Isok & friends indulge in witness intimidation

We’re on stand-by today, waiting for news about Sabine McNeill’s sentencing hearing. While we wait, though, we thought we’d tell you about an interesting bit of fallout from Sabine’s trial, which will no doubt have further repercussions for those involved. Readers who followed our reporting of the trial might remember that a full day was…

New CPS guidelines target online harassment

We were provisionally pleased to note this week that the Crown Prosecution Service has introduced its new “Guidelines on prosecuting cases involving communications sent via social media”. The guidelines, which in many respects are very similar to the current guidelines for prosecuting harassment cases, nevertheless offer advice that’s specific to the internet, and potentially more…