After a marathon nineteen day trial, the indication is that the trial is now concluded for Wilfred Wong and three other defendants in the alleged kidnapping of a child in Wales in November 2020. I have access to the daily listing of court cases in the UK, so I know who is standing trial the following day, and Wilfred Wong is not listed for Monday 26th July, thus I infer the case is concluded.
Unfortunately, because Satan Hunters (those who promote the narrative of Satanic Ritual Abuse) have shown total contempt for the legal process: harassing a witness; breaking court orders; naming witnesses; and even abusing the court judge; – the reporting of the court case has been locked down with numerous court orders. As well as the original eight alleged kidnappers being arrested and remanded, four other Satan Hunters have also suffered police or legal action as a result of their activities to undermine justice. Other individuals may be subject to legal proceedings such as Angela Power Disney; and the UK Attorney General may be pursuing Satan Hunters as well with further legal action. Owen Lucas faces court trial on 29th July for “allegedly” naming the child at the centre of the alleged kidnapping.
If indeed the trial is concluded, as I think it is, the embargo on reporting the verdict remains in place as I feared. What does this mean? Firstly, do not expect any of the media to report the verdict before the 9th August hearing that deals with sentencing of anyone who pleaded guilty or was found guilty in the trial. All the court orders made on the 30th June 2021 remain in force, including: not naming the child; their mother and father; their foster carers; their school; or home address. Because there are other legal matters still to be concluded, the reporting on verdicts remain on hold. When all is concluded, it will be a motivated party to afford the £1000 per day effort of getting court transcripts: a total of £19000 for the whole trial.
Whilst the official verdicts cannot be legally published at this time, it is unlikely that people would not learn as to which way it went for the central character Wilfred Wong. Certainly for two supporters of Wong today – Richard Carvath and Pete Watts – who admitted or have been mentioned by other Satan Hunters as having attended some of the days of the trial, their comments suggest an adverse result for Wong.
In the coming days, the reality of which way the trial went for Wong is based on the simple reality of if he is a free man. Wong has been on remand in prison pending an outcome in his trial. If indeed the trial is concluded for Wong, he would be a free man if found innocent, and if he remains on remand, one might conclude that the result was adverse, and he must remain in prison awaiting sentencing on 9th August.
It is important to say that there are other legal matters in play spinning off from this main case, and thus it is legally dangerous to still speculate about the guilt of anyone involved. If there are conclusions, some may have been found innocent, some found guilty. Nor is it clear if new charges had been brought, and what the result of those were. Nor can it be safe to say that all charges brought in the case have yet been concluded by trial.
Let me say that this case has been complex, with many twists and turns. Satan Hunters have seriously complicated the court proceedings. As someone who has followed this case closely, it is fair to say that the Satan Hunters will not be celebrating this day, and there is a way to go before this story concludes.
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It is a beach scene. “Hi guys!” grins Satnic leader Jeanette Archer, in a new video: Archer announces a new event for her “Amazon warriors”. The leaders of the Satnics have met at a beach location: they can afford such trips, they are lush with Satnic donated money. Archer announces with her large Cheshire Cat grin a new Satnic protest meet in London on 19th July at the “London Eye”, at a time to be announced.
It seems like a painfully slow yesterday that the Satnics had polluted the well-meaning 26th June 2021 protests in London with their delusional fantasies of baby eating by the elites, that provoked a flood of complaints to the police, whose reaction was as effective as an impotent shop dummy. The followers of Archer earned their Satnic name from a misspelling on their main protest banner, a much satirised example of the epic ineptitude and circus freakery that marked that day.
Archer, the mistress of the ring of her circus, beams into the video like a demented character in a horror movie. A baby cries somewhere in the background. Archer introduces her fellow Satnic leaders: Lydia Lowe, the circus admin, the intellectual giant of the group, and a case study in the failures of the British education system; and the new addition and boyfriend of Archer – Wayne Fox – an enthusiast of stories of population culling and baby sacrifice via covid vaccines by the elites.
“They are coming for your children!” warn the unholy Satnic trinity into the video screen, as the leaders of Archer-Lowe-Fox attempt to add urgency into their message. The Fox influence is evident in the change of narrative: it is now about Satanists sacrificing the children via covid vaccines. The Satnic leaders urge their followers to keep their children out of the schools, claiming a planned covid vaccination scheme in the Autumn as Satanic sacrifice. The unholy Trinity urge their “warriors” to come to London to “save the children”; it is not a march this time, they have something else epic and secret planned.
The Satnic event is on a monday, and coincidently happens to fall on a day of other protests that mark the full lifting of covid restrictions in the UK. One is reminded of the cynical claims of the Satnics that the other protests on 26th June London protests were organised by the elites to drown out their own SRA protest; and how other protestors were invited to “die by the jab” amongst the abuse the Satnics threw at other protest groups on the day.
Perhaps fun trips to the seaside are expensive, for the Satnic leaders appealed to their followers for more cash. Opaque and shy Archer and Lowe may be about their spending and cash in the bank left from the £1900 donations of their last 26th June march, but it is unlikely more than £1000 was spent. Archer claims they need more donations to pay for more Satanist-hating leaflets, badges and t-shirts – and a replacement for their embarrassing banner. The Satnic leaders place great hope in the stupidity and poor memories of their followers; and they are probably right. The Satnics insist their extensive cash raising is to save the babies; critics think it is a lucrative grift.
The Satan Hunting leader of the circus is getting into the swing of things with her grift, for Jeanette Archer has spent the best part of the last two weeks announcing how she was coming for the Satanists. Move over Wilfred Wong, and the witchfinder Matthew Hopkins, Archer will expose the Satanists, and she will have their executed bodies swinging from the lamposts. Archer most recently became ambitious, claiming the ability even God and Jesus so far failed to achieve, by saying she was coming for Satan.
Archer claims of the Satanists:
“Satanists have a common saying…. The guarantee of our tomorrow is today’s perception that we do not excist”
Jeanette Archer on Facebook 10th July 2021
As uneducated about Satanism as her spelling mistake on Facebook, it is a common saying that only exists in the delusional brain of Archer. Is Satanism hiding in the shadows, only to be dragged screaming and kicking into the light of exposure by Archer and her Satnic army? Nobody told this to those of the Church of Satan and The Satanic Temple, who yesterday clashed in another round of Twitter fighting, as Satanists often do.
As ignorant as Archer and her Satnics are to Satanism, the Satanists are aware of Archer and her group. Many of these Satanists have families and children, and as humiliating as it might be to admit, they are afraid of Archer. In the real world, Satanists follow a religion of beliefs, that if known, is far duller and boring than Archer claims. Far from the story of baby sacrifice, it is more about thinking for yourself and other intellectually interesting but mundane concerns in Satanism. Archer might claim abortion is Satanic ritualistic baby sacrifice, but the Satanist will fight for the personal liberty of a woman to decide the fate of her own body and choice to bring a child into the world.
For Satanists living a life of liberty and individualism, where critical thinking, authenticity and reality is king; Archer and her Satnics would desire to murder them for this; and worse, kidnap their children. Far from being the monsters of the Archer narrative that claims Satanists torture, rape, kill and eat children; the Satanists have a great concern for the children in their own families; for they are afraid that Archer and her Satnics are going to come and kidnap and then hurt their children. On the back of this, I am entering into a conversation with the UK police about if being a Satanist, following a religion of Satanism, comes within the remit of UK hate protection laws from being murdered and having your children kidnapped by Archer and her Satnics.
Perhaps Satanist hater and blogger Richard Carvath is a huge fan of “boys own” fantasy stories such as TinTin, the Secret Seven and the Famous Five of Enid Blyton, or the Narnia stories by CS Lewis; stories of preteen and teen boys and girls having magical and exciting adventures in a pre-internet era. This is the sense I get from reading the Richard Carvath blog posts of his many fantasy adventures against the Satanists, at times getting like a 007 and TinTin adventure. It would be unsurprising to me if Carvath, like TinTin, had a pet dog called Snowy at home.
Like TinTin, the Satan Hunter Richard Carvath refers to himself as a journalist, investigating and fighting the activities of Satanists, he thinks are behind all the negative media events of the world. Perhaps our “hero” introduces himself to the world as “Carvath, Richard Carvath”; and thinks his life really does revolve around fighting a sinister Satanic criminal world network run by a Mr Big? Lucien Greaves watch out!
Carvath is also an evangelical Christian; who makes it his purpose in life to take the war for Jesus to the Satanists. Carvath is what I call a Satan Hunter, a man, with not so much as his fingers, as both his arms thrust deep into every Satanic Panic event in the UK going: Hollie Grieg; Hampstead; Samantha Baldwin; Wilfred Wong – the name “Carvath, Richard Carvath – Satanist Slayer” manifests like a bad smell out of the ether.
Carvath perhaps also has been well educated in the propaganda schools of North Korea; as he will give a passionate and epic go at painting even the worst of humanity as puppy caring misunderstood victims akin to Jesus, who have fallen to the evil designs of the Satanists. As longs as Jack the Ripper and Josef Mengele say they are Christians, and it was the Satanists who really did it, Richard Carvath will be their very best friend; and Jesus will be impressed with the positive public makeover Carvath gives them. If you did not believe unicorns existed and farted rainbows, Carvath will give it a good go to argue they exist and do. So, if you do happen to be in a very smelly dung heap, Carvath will offer a hand like Jesus, and will cover you in generous buckets of perfume and roses. Wilfred Wong, who I am sure loves kittens and puppies; and has earned his golden ticket to heaven; is the current client of Carvath.
Now, writing very carefully, because angry judges scare me: Richard Carvath is a huge fan of Wilfred Wong; and has relocated himself to the deepest parts of Wales; to support his friend in a certain court case, that arises from certain unfortunate events in November 2020, leading to Wong enjoying the delights on remand in the Welsh prison system. Pleading innocent of charges Wong faces, the court trial is now at the end of the first week, with the judge placing heavy restrictions on what can be reported to the public. Always a man with an adventure to tell, Carvath reports that a journalist was kicked out of court: was most annoyed at this event and all the restrictions placed around his ability to report what was said in court. Since I know that Carvath claims to be a journalist, was at the court hearing, and is reporting this expulsion in the most indignant terms possible on his own blog, I can probably assume this journalist is Richard Carvath. One can also probably infer this is Carvath, as a proper journalist would rarely get themselves in a situation of being kicked out of court, nor would they be so enthusiastic at damaging their reputation to admit to such a humiliating event.
For the judge Nicola Jones, who Carvath says is the judge dealing with the Wilfred Wong trial, it is possible she has earned herself an obsessional fan in Carvath. When it comes to judges, the Satan Hunters have a particular hatred of them, generally because a judge tends to disagree with Satan Hunter interpretations of reality and the law. It is a matter of public record that Carvath does take his annoyance with judges beyond an angry letter to the newspaper – just ask Judge Lea. Another issue is how Satan Hunters hunt in packs, going after one public figure such as Sussex police and crime commissioner Katy Bourne; I think at least three Satan Hunters were convicted in relation to targeting of Bourne. My personal criticism of the legal authorities is that they are slow to act, or fail to take a matter of harassment, obsession or stalking seriously, when it should be stamped out rapidly and hard at the first emergence. Richard Carvath is a man to monitor in this regard.
In a tweet in Feb 2020 Carvath wrote: “It is *an honour* to be called a liar/fantasist by a judge (HHJ Jeremy Richardson QC).” Carvath referred to a failed court appeal hearing, which was heard by Judge Richardson, who concluded that Carvath was a “fantasist”. This brings me to the subject of two interesting blog posts Carvath made on his blog on the same day on 3rd July 2021, where Carvath claims there was a raid on a Satanist “coven depot”; and that he was involved in a positive three-way telephone conversation with a BBC journalist and a BBC lawyer.
Question: was the alleged conversation between Carvath and the BBC about the Wilfred Wong case or about the raid? Carvath wrote regarding the BBC:
“Thanks for BBC support … Good to buddy with the BBC’s Chris Dearden this week. Thank you. (Mr Dearden has a good grasp of the essential background.) I am also grateful to the BBC’s lawyer Sarah Branthwaite for the helpful three-way telephone conference. “
Richard Carvath on 3 July 2021
In his blog post titled “Welsh Satanists raided, documents seized” Carvath wrote:
This week, a coven depot was raided by an English PMC squad.
The unarmed squad evaded sentries to enter the premises but were detected soon thereafter.
The building was quickly surrounded by armed coven/cult members.
A chaotic stand-off ensued, in which the Satanists were hesitant to enter the building, and the unarmed PMCs weren’t in a hurry to charge persons bearing firearms.
The confusion was much exacerbated by the fact that the PMC squad were English-speaking only, and maintained a silence (so as not to give away their exact positions inside the building), whilst the Satanists were yelling their heads off in Welsh.
Weapons were discharged into the building but none of the PMCs were hit.
Then, one of the PMCs (an ex-Para) surprised one of the Satanists by jumping out of the building (at height) and seizing his weapon. It was all over after that.
The Satanists proved to be no match for the PMC squad.
The squad succeeded in removing computer equipment, documents and Satanists’ paraphernalia used in rituals.
The initial analysis of the evidence seized in the raid shows infiltration and corruption of local police, social services and judiciary.
Richard Carvath 3rd July 2021
It is difficult to know what to make of this blog post. Is Carvath saying that the Satan Hunters, including himself, have taken on a vigilante role and attacked a property they consider connected to Satanists, and stolen property and documents? Or, is Carvath talking about some fantasy game he was playing with mates whilst he was staying in Wales? Either way, it is certainly something the police should be making enquiries about.
So, there you are, welcome to the mind of Richard Carvath.