Bran Castle

Readers of the conspiracy-ridden Exaro were urged to regard critics, sceptics and perceived opponents as spooks, paedophiles or paedo-apologists. That was a thoroughly dishonest tactic, designed to intimidate and to foreclose debate. It’s reminscent of the use of the term “Nazi” by some social justice campaigners. Exaro’s self-styled Editor in Chief, Mark Watts, even tweeted…

Some thoughts on the recent FGM case at the Old Bailey

Campaigners and politicians have made much of the recent conviction of a Ugandan mother on a charge of female genital mutilation (FGM) at the Old Bailey on 1 February 2019. Remarkably, given that this procedure has been expressly outlawed in the United Kingdom since 1985, this is the first time that anyone has been successfully…

A potted history of Phillimore’s orchestrated campaign against me

In the interests of setting the record straight, I am posting some details of how the Bristol family law barrister, Sarah Phillimore, has been harassing me since 2016 in concert with some notorious conspiracy theorists. I provide below a list of names, as well as a chronology of their unlawful campaign, which has generated a…

A vendetta against a care leaver

There was much gloating in Trolland last week, when it emerged that a man – whom I will refer to as “A” – had pleaded guilty to a charge of malicious communications in a magistrates’ court, and received a modest fine. He also agreed to undertake some community service. Thus far, the complainant has not…

NEALON AND THE ABSENCE OF REMEDY

The Supreme Court rejected Victor Nealon’s final bid to obtain compensation for his wrongful conviction in its ruling on 30 January 2019, by a majority of 5:2. Short of a successful petition to the European Court of Human Rights, that is the end of the road for him and his supporters. I don’t propose in…