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Another Troll in Court

Post by Alibongo » Wed Nov 21, 2018 10:40 am

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/articl ... isery.html

I remember the case that's referred in the article it involves a mother who wanted custody of her children and coached them to make the most disgusting accusations against innocent people :s_mad
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Re: Another Troll in Court

Post by Alibongo » Wed Nov 21, 2018 10:55 am

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Pensioner, 74, 'made lives of innocent families a misery as she claimed secret primary school devil worship ring drank babies' blood and cooked children in secret room at McDonald's'
Sabine McNeill, 74, claimed there was a satanic cult operating in Hampstead
She reported her allegations to police who interviewed two alleged victims
Police began investigating McNeill after determining the claims were baseless
McNeill denies four counts of harassment and 17 breaches of restraining orders
By DARREN BOYLE FOR MAILONLINE

PUBLISHED: 19:45, 20 November 2018 | UPDATED: 19:59, 20 November 2018

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Sabine McNeill, 74, allegedly directed a campaign to uncover claims of devil worship in Hampstead primary school +2
Sabine McNeill, 74, allegedly directed a campaign to uncover claims of devil worship in Hampstead primary school

A pensioner, described as an ‘online troll of the worst kind’, made the lives of innocent families a misery as she accused parents of satanic abuse, a court heard.

Sabine McNeill, 74, allegedly directed a campaign to uncover claims of devil worship and child abuse at a primary school in Hampstead, northwest London.

Miranda Moore, prosecuting, said she harassed four mothers, who cannot be named, from 2014 until earlier this year.

She said: ‘This relates to four totally innocent women who have had their lives turned completely upside down by this defendant.’

McNeill published ‘scandalous satanic child abuse accusations’ and encouraged people ‘to take direct action against the children of these women.’

She allegedly published details of the cult, saying: ‘They would drink the blood of babies and then dance around wearing the skulls on parts of their bodies.

‘They would put them to sleep by injecting them, slit their throats, cook the babies and eat them.’

McNeill even claimed babies were cooked in a secret room in a McDonald’s restaurant on Finchley Road: ‘The ritual is performed on an upstairs room in McDonald’s on Mondays and Fridays.

‘Sacrifice, blood drinking and babies’ flesh eating occurs on Saturdays. The children are frequently injected and put to sleep, apparently the school nurse is the one who does the injections.




McNeill claimed up to 18 teachers from the primary school were also involved in abusing children.

She said members of the cult - from all walks of society - carried out satanic rituals in secret rooms at a Hampstead church.

Referring to McNeill’s claims, the prosecutor said: ‘There is someone who works in Costa Coffee, a solicitor, someone who works in Waitrose, people who work in Hampstead police station, then we have got people from the Royal Free Hospital, social services and finishing up with people from the Brownies.’

Ms Moore told the court: ‘In September 2014 the Metropolitan Police received reports of wide spread child abuse. Satanic child rape and murder in churches in Hampstead in north London.

‘These allegations surround two small children, commonly referred to as P and Q.’

She said police initially took the complaints seriously and interviewed the children.

Blackfriars Crown Court heard McNeill denies four counts of harassment and 17 counts of breaching a restraining order +2
Blackfriars Crown Court heard McNeill denies four counts of harassment and 17 counts of breaching a restraining order

The matter eventually reached the High Court and Mrs Justice Pauffley ruled that the accusations relating to the cult were ‘baseless.’

But recordings of the children’s police interviews surfaced online and McNeill began her campaign to uncover the alleged cult, said Ms Moore.

‘All of this is completely fake and as a result of Ms McNeill’s activities, these woman have had to change their lives drastically - they have had to take their children out of school, they have had to protect their children.’

Jurors heard one parent was forced to install a panic alarm and another was approached by a p.a.e.dophile online looking to sleep with her child, ‘making her physically sick.’

Describing how McNeill directed the campaign, Ms Moore added: ‘She said online that members of the public should paint dolls of the Barbie variety with red nail polish and send them to business owners in the Hampstead area.

‘She contributed to the GoFundMe account of Rupert Quaintance. He is an American gentleman who was able to read online about the abuse and he decided to come over to the UK and cause problems. She even offered him a bed when he got here.’

Quaintance was arrested after posting a picture of himself outside the school claiming he had a knife, the court heard.

He was subsequently charged and convicted of harassment.

McNeill was involved in a protest at the church in March 2015 and subsequently arrested.

She was later cleared of plotting to intimidate a vicar and his parishioners after a trial at Blackfriars Crown Court, but handed a retraining order to stop her harassing the parents involved.

‘Having been told not to publish these false allegations, particularly about the school and the church, and having been before the courts on a few occasions she changes method,’ said Ms Moore.

‘She goes to what I will call the analogue method.

‘She attends the General Synod who were having a meeting to deal with the Church of England’s approach to child abuse.

‘She attends the meeting and gives out leaflets. Ms McNiell was again arrested for doing that.

‘She is an online troll of the worst kind, making the lives of innocent families a misery.’

McNeill from Camden, denies four counts of harassment and 17 counts of breaching a restraining order.

The trial continues.
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Re: Another Troll in Court

Post by Alibongo » Wed Nov 21, 2018 11:01 am

This same woman was also behind the Holly Grieg hoax!
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Re: Another Troll in Court

Post by Alibongo » Wed Nov 21, 2018 11:06 am

Our great friend and BabyEater Fighter Sabine McNeill has been kidnapped by the BabyEaters of London since February & is remanded until November when her trial starts. The restraining order is bogus, because the judge had no jurisdiction to place it on her. Sabine is not doing well in prison. They are denying her the medicines she needs, and she’s 74 years old. Our UK BabyEater Fighters are doing what they can to get Sabine freed, but they need OpDeathEaters assistance NOW! Sabine was set up by a pastor. That’s why she is where she is. Fight for Sabine!! Show the BabyEaters they don’t stand a chance against THE BABYEATER FIGHTERS!!

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I remember the same war cries for Robert Green saying the Judges had no jurisdiction etc... perhaps it's their lack of understanding the law that's got them into this mess.
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Re: Another Troll in Court

Post by Carana » Wed Nov 21, 2018 11:15 am

I remember that awful saga. There was another woman who "researched" alongside her as well and who promoted all kinds of conspiracy theories, including that one: BK.
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Re: Another Troll in Court

Post by Alibongo » Wed Nov 21, 2018 11:52 am

Yes Belinda McKenzie also of the Holly Grieg hoax.
It's unusual to be held on remand in cases like this I'm guessing the repeated breaching of the restraining orders was tantamount in this decision.
I like how these people seem to think their ages should be taken into consideration when they're hauled before the courts. :rolleyes:
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Re: Another Troll in Court

Post by Alibongo » Fri Dec 14, 2018 8:29 pm

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Sabine McNeill has been found guilty.
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Re: Another Troll in Court

Post by catkins » Fri Dec 14, 2018 8:41 pm

I do wish the Law would take consistent action against these cretins/trolls :s_mad
Madeleine McCann- Abducted May 2007 from Praia Da Luz, Algarve, Portugal.
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