Late in 2014 during a custody dispute over two children, the mother and her new boyfriend coached the children using drugs, physical and emotional abuse, to make claims of Satanic ritual abuse and murder against the father, teachers, social workers, police, priests, students, parents and businesses in the Hampstead area of London. The case resulted in a high profile court case and widespread reporting in the UK media, with lurid allegations of schools dedicating their wednesdays to sex orgies between adults and their pupils, baby meat sold at McDonalds with fries, babies delivered by Fedex to be converted into shoes for upmarket local shoe shops. An unnamed cult of Satanists were alleged to be running the whole enterprise, and amazingly the Order of Nine Angles was considered too tame to be worthy of being considered for inclusion in the fantasy.
Enter every crazy Christian evangelist and conspiracy nutjob in Britain to make sure the names, faces, and other intimate details of child victims of abuse, including police video interviews and medical reports of examinations of the children’s sexual parts was posted all over the internet for the consumption of millions of people. When court orders and police arrests were made of these nutjobs, they portrayed themselves as the victims of a vast government conspiracy to hide Satanic ritual abuse.
The case is now moving through its final legal stages where the children will be returned to their father, and the major task of hunting down, arresting and bringing major damages claims can begin against the “witchfinders.” The primary website of the witchfinders is hampsteadresearch.com whilst a site that opposes them and other UK-based Satanic Ritual Abuse hoaxes is called Hoaxstead. The people behind Hoaxstead have employed some creative and talented people in the use of quality memetic videos, images and cartoons as satire against the witchfinders, worthy of emulation by Satanists in any political campaign a Satanist chooses to get involved in; example as below: