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Stalker jailed for falsely accusing parents of cooking babies was invited to give testimony to child sex abuse inquiry


An ‘evil’ stalker jailed for falsely accusing primary school parents of cooking babies and eating them was invited to give testimony to the national child sex abuse inquiry, The Telegraph has been told.

Sabine McNeill, 74, destroyed the lives of four families after leading a campaign against them over false and bizarre claims they were at the centre of a satanic, cannibalism cult.

She claimed devil worship, child rape and murder was taking place at the primary school in Hampstead in north London as pat of cult of at least 100 members. The satanic cult also met at the local swimming baths and at a branch of McDonald’s restaurant, McNeill claimed.

The families she targeted were forced to change their names and carry tracking devices for fear of reprisals from McNeill and her followers.

It has now emerged that McNeill boasted of being invited to give testimony to the controversial Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA).

At the time, she had already been arrested on multiple occasions for breaching restraining orders over the harassment of the innocent families.

Police had also issued a wanted poster for her after she fled to Germany after breaching a restraining order. McNeill had also already been censured in a coruscating High Court judgment, which detailed the ‘baseless’ claims and branded the fantasist as ‘evil’.

McNeill was nonetheless able on October 18 2016 to visit the House of Commons and attend the Home Affairs Select Committee’s quizzing of Professor Alexis Jay, who had just taken over the inquiry. In parliament’s on-line film of the event, which was open to the public, McNeill can be seen sitting a few feet from the professor, in the row behind her.

Documents seen by the Telegraph suggests McNeill, 74, was invited to give testimony to the Truth Project, a part of IICSA, at a hearing in Cardiff in November 2016, and that she had prepared a lengthy document on the case.

Karen Irving, who has run an investigative website exposing lies told by McNeill and her supporters, said: “Sabine McNeill knowingly spread the worst kind of lies about the children, parents, teachers, and clergy of Hampstead.

“The filth she promoted harmed many people, disrupted lives, and forever robbed children of their right to privacy. Given her record, it’s very disturbing to think that the IICSA would consider allowing McNeill to participate in any capacity.”

IICSA has declined to confirm if an invitation was extended to McNeill or if she took up the offer. The child sex abuse inquiry, set up by Theresa May in 2014 in the wake of claims of the existence of a VIP paedophile, has been heavily criticised for its huge expense – it could end up costing £200 million – and delays in holding hearings.

Three separate chairmen were forced to resigned before its current head Professor Alexis Jay took over an inquiry dogged by controversy. IICSA’s Truth Project offers survivors of sexual exploitation the opportunity to give their testimony.

The sessions are held in private and are separate to public, evidence hearings into a series of investigations into child sex abuse in the Catholic Church, the Church of England and in Westminster among others.

The existence of the Truth Project sessions have been advertised on television, with IICSA keen to attract more alleged survivors. But there is no mechanism for testing whether testimony given is genuine.

An IICSA spokesman said it was the inquiry’s policy not to reveal who had or had not attended Truth project sessions.

The spokesman said: “People who come forward to the Truth Project are anonymous, and information supplied by participants is anonymised and combined before consideration by the Chair and Panel. Accounts shared with the Truth Project do not have any legal consequences.”

The spokesman added: “The identity of Truth Project participants is protected by a Restriction Order.”

IICSA has refused to give a breakdown of the costs of funding the Truth Project. But it has spent at least £1m on the television advertising campaign and tens of millions more setting up sessions around the country.

According to IICSA, more than 3,100 “total experiences” have been shared with the Truth Project.





According to toothless, they are both linked 2 Tavistock
Susan Banga Friends With Karen Irving Flag My Videos
Susan Banga Video 2:

Nationality: Danish
Address: London, NW10 7XW (home or business?)    POSTCODE MAP

“Lars is married to Wendy, a Canadian, and has three children. His hobbies include golf, skiing, and hiking.” h

BEER same as Karen’s hubby Mitchell Beer. Related? Jon / Nathan Wedger was part of Baby P investigation & Hampstead  

“Lars is married to Wendy, a Canadian, and has three children. His hobbies include golf, skiing, and hiking.”

Lars, (Karen’s bro in law) & Paul Evans are directors in same company. In fact NUMEROUS companies  http://www.alfamoving.com/about-us/board-of-directors/   archive

photo of Simon BEER with Paul Evans Wife Roz

Simon Beer linkedIn – Head of Learning and Skills, Haringey Council

Jon / Nathan Wedger was part of Baby P investigation & Hampstead

ROSALIND EVANS-FLAGG Heath Lodge Heathside, Hampstead, NW3 1BL
MR PAUL JOHN EVANS Heath Lodge Heath Side, Hampstead, NW3 1LB

INTERMOVE LIMITED Central Way, Park Royal, London, NW10 7XW

* Mr David Evans Director

YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC27OTG2dIR40OKRLbpYFmGA

Oct 09, 2012

Lars Lykke Iversen. Vice Chairman GRAEBEL Board Director Alfa Mobility. Location: London , United Kingdom; Industry: Logistics

Lars reflects on 40 years in business.    Santa Fe Group CEO, Lars Lykke Iversen, is celebrating 40 years in business this year. As his name suggests, Lars is Danish however he has lived overseas for more than 36 years including living in Hong Kong for over 20 years. After Santa Fe purchased Interdean last year Lars and his wife Wendy, moved to the UK to oversee the new Group from the Interdean office in London. Steve Jordan took a trip to London NW10, the hub of the UK international moving industry, to have a chat with him about his career so far and his plans for the future. READ IN FULL

Lars Lykke Iversen Joins Afia Sept 2016  archive


Lars Lykke Iversen joins Graebel Companies Board of Directors …

LARS https://www.kompany.gg/o/uk/lars%20iversen?oid=2681935
Lars Lykke Iversen, 2015 Hall of Honor Recipient – IAMKOMPANY
LARS & EVANS  https://www.kompany.gg/o/uk/paul%20evans?oid=26819373

PAUL EVANS  https://www.kompany.gg/o/uk/paul%20evans
Heathlodge Heath Side, Hampstead, NW3 1BL

INTERMOVE LIMITED  Central Way, Park Royal, London, NW10 7XW

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