Police camp outside Spivey’s house as he prepares to go live with Woolwich hoax expose

Off topic but very important! Tap, it looks like Chris Spivey’s site is being hacked again, especially as he is just about to release his expose of the Woolwich hoax. He has the police camped outside his house and ringing his 
doorbell.

 https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=580558278730740&set=vb.153828944737011&type=2&theater

He has said if he is nicked tonight everything will be released by others. 


It looks like your site is being messed about with too as everything down the right hand side of the page is missing.
stay safe mate and keep telling the world the truth.


TAP –  I was playing around with the html on a blogpost which has messed up the blog layout.  It should self correct by tomorrow!  

I merely copy and paste what I find interesting on the net. Spivey’s a determined full time researcher of the truth.  If I’m worth arresting, then they really are in trouble.  There are millions of copiers and pasters behind me.

Spivey writes on Facebook –

Its getting hot in here… I would go out but it looks hotter out 

there. If I get nicked the lot is going to be released tonight. 

All the sordid details of what your government gets up to.

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8 Responses to “Police camp outside Spivey’s house as he prepares to go live with Woolwich hoax expose”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Thanks Tap. Chris just posted saying he is fine and going to venture outside to see what happens. Many people are still having serious problems loading the site though and it looks like he has seriously rattled a few cages. You are right, Chris is a serious and determined poster of the TRUTH. A truly good man.

  2. Anonymous says:

    why are you removing comments? i thought the tap was about freedom of speech?

  3. Anonymous says:

    Please be safe Chris. You should get a price of braveness.

  4. Anonymous says:

    When I was debunking that Woolwich ‘beheading’ in the comments to someone’s FB page, I was blocked. I kept trying and that was when the cabal goons blocked me from FB unless I gave them my phone number. The UK government is absolutely determined to stop people from posting anything that debunks that false flag. So go Chris, go!

  5. Chris says:

    Hi Tap Just wanted to say thanks for a great site, very informative. I know it must take a lot of hard work. As for the ‘why are you removing comments?’ type people: I have seen some really dumb comments on here (eg the one likening Brian Gerrish to George Bush) by the usual suspects; they deserve censoring for their own good.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Censorship just because someone (even a respected blogger) deemed a comment ‘really dumb’ would have an air of totalitarian control-freakery about it surely, especially if done ‘for their own good’?

    In an arena of free speech should not blog readers be allowed to decide for themselves what is (or is not) ‘really dumb’?

  7. Tapestry says:

    If a comment is intended to be helpful then reload it if it is deleted. It is not always easy to tell the intent behind a comment. Expressions of sympathy and hope for someone’s continued survival can easily be interpreted as a threat. Communicate in a way that cannot possibly be misunderstood please.

  8. Tapestry says:

    I see some comments in my emails which don’t appear on the blog. I’m not sure about this but suspect that comments are occasionally intercepted. This is a Google environment. They tend to tamper.

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