Read between the lines. A classic case of truth inversion.

Hampstead Satanic child abuse activist facing witness intimidation charges

12:14 30 November 2015

Neelu Berry

Neelu Berry

An activist making claims of satanic abuse at a Hampstead church could face three new charges of witness intimidation.

Neelu Berry, 56, is alleged to have published witness statements relating to child abuse claims levelled at a paedophile cult she claimed operated from Christ Church.

The claims were originally made by two young children, now in foster care, in a campaign derided as “evil” and “baseless” by a High Court Judge earlier this year.

Ella Draper, mother to the two children, and her partner Abraham Christie, tortured the pair into making the false allegations – which resulted in innocent people being named in online videos seen by millions.

Berry, who was not required to attend a Blackfriars Crown Court hearing on Friday, could see a single charge of perverting the course of justice amended to three of witness intimidation.

Steven Attridge, prosecuting, said: “This defendant, and others, have been troubling the parish priest and also the governors of the church school next door to that church with a number of other parishioners as well.”

Berry was due to stand trial last month at Highbury Corner Magistrates’ Court, charged under the rarely-used Ecclesiastical Courts Jurisdiction Act 1860 with participating in riotous, violent or indecent behaviour.

She is said to have attended a protest at Christ Church on March 22, where she allegedly harassed the vicar by asking inappropriate questions about the abuse and causing him distress.

The case was thrown out when a number of witnesses failed to show up and the prosecution was left with no evidence.

It is claimed witnesses were intimidated after their statements were published online – sparking these new charges.

Berry, of Peel Drive, Clayhall, Ilford, was bailed to attend Blackfriars Crown Court for a plea and case management hearing on January 8.

http://www.hamhigh.co.uk/news/crime-court/hampstead_satanic_child_abuse_activist_facing_witness_intimidation_charges_1_4330381

 

 

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2 Responses to “Read between the lines. A classic case of truth inversion.”

  1. bangonit says:

    Good luck Berry on January 8th.
    I for one would like to thank you for what you did back in march, this country needs more people like you.
    Love peace harmonies.

  2. AkhaldanSolo says:

    Hang in there Neelu, there are people out here that are still thinking of you and everything surrounding this case. I know that you feel abandoned by everything that has gone on but rest assurred God has noticed and all your efforts will not be in vein. Stay strong.

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