Day 2 Ben Fellows Trial

Day 2 another day of hard uncomfortable seats, any one coming along not in good health ask at the door when you are let in if there is a lift, the stairs to the court public gallery are long and gruelling otherwise. Also phones and food and drinks are not allowed in, you can leave things for a fiver in the shop opposite!

Ben’s barrister was very good again today and made good use of the prosecution witnesses. There was a reporter there from The Times in the box who said he never believed Ben based on his online research and Silvia Young saying Ben had never trained as an actor with her.

Silvia was also there.  She stuck with that story at first until Ben’s barrister showed her Ben’s acceptance letter, his mum’s receipts after paying for his education amongst 22 pages of evidence to show his connection with the school.

Silvia said she must have been mistaken.

People from Ian Greer’s office were there only their stories did not match.

And so the case continues, as ever

Love and Peace,

Joy

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4 Responses to “Day 2 Ben Fellows Trial”

  1. Mark says:

    Joy, joy. Wartime reporting, keep it up, thanks, you’re our ears and eyes, Mark.

  2. NPP says:

    Yes, this is welcome ‘reporting’ and completely different from the mainstream article coverage…

    “Silvia was also there. She stuck with that story at first until Ben’s barrister showed her Ben’s acceptance letter, his mum’s receipts after paying for his education amongst 22 pages of evidence to show his connection with the school.
    Silvia said she must have been mistaken.
    People from Ian Greer’s office were there only their stories did not match. ”

    Look forward to more.

  3. Thanks, Joy! Great news.

    HR fully supports Ben – stay strong Ben!

  4. john squire says:

    I contacted Ben Fellows over a year ago asking why he had not taken the lie detector test he had promised. He claimed that it was still being arranged. As I informed Brian Gerrish failing to take the test would not fully protect Ben (the result if good would be censored) it would instill trust in ben’s believers and most non committed informed people, and said trust might have made the CPS think twice before starting proceedings.
    Anyway that is in the past. Now to the present it seems unbelievable that Silvia Young would not have records of Ben’s attendance. Obviously if no records were kept by Ben then the Jury would have believed Young and Ben would be half way to prison. It would seem that Young was told what to say, and other witnesses for the prosecution will be in the same boat. Ben’s Barrister has to keep this in mind whilst questioning prosecution witnesses

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