In late 2014, a video emerged on the internet of two young children claiming that they had been sexually abused by their father and that he was the head of a Satanic sex cult based in Hampstead, North London. In the video the children are being quizzed by their mother Ella Draper and her partner Abraham Christie who made the recording as a safety precaution after the children explained their ordeal. The brother and sister insist they are passed around a satanic sex cult which consists of teachers, classmates, parents, social works and many more. Their father Ricky Dearman is accused of being the leader of the cult and forces the children to sacrifice imported babies and then drink their blood. The harrowing claims continue with dancing around baby skulls, shoes made from the babies flesh and much much more. The claims are so elaborate and detailed that they could not have made them up or be forced to remember them.
Bearing that in mind, in the later section entitled ‘The police interviews’, you will see that the children eventually (after a week of being in care and 3 interviews later) retract their allegations and say they made it up. How did they think up such an elaborate story I hear you ask? Well apparently they got it all from watching the ‘Mask of Zoro’ along with a friend at school who looks at plastic willies on her iPad. Wow. Do you honestly believe that?
The Children who are both under the age of 10 go in to incredible detail as they explain to their mother that the abuse had been occurring since they were babies and their father was the head of a Satanic cult based in the extremely wealthy North London suburb of leafy Hampstead. They accuse their father of forcing them to chop the heads off euthanized babies that had been trafficked into the country via various members of the cult. After the beheadings they would drain the blood and drink it from a goblet, while saving the bones for later use. The story they relay is very detailed and they consistently give the same answers ever time they are questioned. One of the most important things to remember about this story, is that the children describe numerous tattoos, piercing and distinctive markings of their abusers, which include the Headteacher of their school Katy Forsdyke.
The original confession videos
Lets start by taking a look at the original confession video that surfaced in 2014.
Ok, so that was pretty scary stuff. After recording these videos and while still on holiday, the mothers partner Abraham contacted his brother Johm Clemont, whom was a police Sargent in South London. His brother advised them to return to the UK and to come straight him upon arrival. They family done what the brother had advised and went straight to his after flying back to England. The brother began passing on information to his superiors but felt that something was wrong as he was not getting the responses he was expecting. The family decided to leave the brothers house and return to London where they reported the case straight to social services.
The Police Interviews
Ella was taken into custody by the police and the children were sneakily separated from her at the police station. She has not seen the children since.
Below are the original police interview tapes made of the children when they were first brought to the police station in September 2014. There are so many weird things about these interviews that just don’t make sense, like the interviews strange tones of voice, body actions and obsessions over the smaller insignificant facts. The first video will show Three interviews carried out with the boy. One on the night they were taken in care, one two days after and one taken a whole week after being in care. In the first two interviews, the boy’s story is consistent, accurate and informative, as is the second interview. However, after being in care for a week and then re interviewed for the third time, they boy retracts the whole claim and says he made it all up. The girls account is the same.
The Media Blackout
When the confession video first appeared on the internet it went viral, but the mainstream media remained suspiciously quiet doing everything in its power to avoid the whole situation. The first article that surfaced was in the daily mail and was a smear campaign against the mother and her partner saying they are a couple of crazies that they had coaxed the children into making up this story to tarnish their fathers name due to a custody battle. This is complete rubbish as the father gave up custody rights a few years earlier when he was arrested for nearly beating Ella to death. The case was quickly and quietly ushered through the royal courts of justice with no police investigation, use of evidence witness statements. The Judge, Justice Pauffly whom, deemed the allegations baseless and that anybody supporting the children’s claims are evil. So as a bid to finally put the story to rest, the BBC done a special, heavily controlled interview with Ricky Dearman. They didn’t publicize the interview and played it at a time when most people would be at work.
Now. If your smart, there is some information given by Dearman in the first few minutes of the interview that proves inconclusively that the whole story has been covered up from the beginning. Ricky Dearman is asked by the interviewer “How did you find out about the allegations?” when Ricky replies, “I can’t remember exactly, I think I got a call from social services advising me to get a lawyer and that I should get himself down to the local police station”. Now I ask you, what is the standard procedure for sexual abuse allegations made by children? I thought the police are supposed to turn up at the house, kick the front door in, handcuff you and take you down to the police station for questioning. The property would then be searched and any evidence secured. So… getting a nice cosey little phone call asking you politely to come to the police station seems VERY strange to me. Anyways, lets see the interview.
Who is Ricky Dearman?
Well, one ting is for sure, Ricky Dearman is sheer evil. The Hampstead Research organisation has been been setup by regular people exclusively to investigate this case as the police failed to. The organisation has found many great pieces of evidence relating to the case including the information that Ricky Dearman owns his own internet servers and various websites which he seems to be methodically deleting. It is believed that he has child porn websites also located on these servers and could be selling images.
Ricky Dearman is an aspiring actor and has a showreel on YouTube. A showreel is a series of short scenes planned and financed by an aspiring actor. Just like how a model has a portfolio of shot, an unheard of actor needs a showreel. Let’s look a Ricky’s showreel, bearing in mind that Ricky gets to dictate the everything about the script and the scene.
So after learning that Dearman want’s to be an actor and loves playing a short tempered killer, the BBC interview discussed previously might start making sense. You see in the BBC interview that he exaggerates his emotions too much, takes abnormally long pauses even tries forcing himself to cry but completely fails. It’s all rigged folks and Dearman was thoroughly enjoying every part of the interview, sowing off his fine acting skills.
Interview with the mother and partner
The motherr and her partner fled the UK as they were in fear for their lives. They managed to find safety and conduct a skype interview, explaining how it all began and how it transpired into the one of the biggest cover ups in recent history – rivaling the recent Jimmy Savile scandal. Below is an interview conducted by a county judge in America whom has taken an interest in the story.
Friends like us – the facebook connections
As mentioned before, a group of truth seekers and concerned citizens banded together to form the Hampstead Research organization, dedicated to investigation the case of the WhistleBlower kids. The organization released a number of videos where they investigate various aspects of the people involved. As you will see for yourself, they find a lot of interesting information that points towards the fact that the kids are telling the truth. A quick YouTube search will bring up other “connection” videos including info on the Shoe and lock shop mentioned by the children.
If your still deciding what to belive, then you need to go back and start again. THIS REALLY HAPPENED. there is no dounbt in my mind. Here’s a few things to consider:
- The detailed description of tattoos, piercings and markings that can be found around the intimate body parts of the abusers. To this date, none of the 90+ people accused have come forward to clear their name.
- The official reports from the medial exam carried out on the children CONFIRM molestation was carried out over a prolonged period of time.
- There was absolutely no investigation into the named abusers and no evidence seized.
This is not the first time children have maade these allegations. This has been a taboo topic for centuries but the Whistleblower kids done a great job in helping show the world that this stuff does exist and needs to be stopped. Satanic ritual abuse is alot closer to homme than you think and is not something reserved soley for horror movies.
The children were illigally taken from their mother by Barnett police and have remained in care since September 2014. There has been a grass roots movements to reunite them with their loving grandparents in the Ukrane but this has been met with stiff opposition.
PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE try and keep updated with this situation as there is always new information being brought to light. You can do this by subscribing to the Hampstead Research blog in the link below. A huge thank you to Sabine McNeill, Belinda McKenzie and all the others at Hampstead Researchers who have dedicated their own time, money and safety to expose this cult. We pray for the children and again thank them for their courage and bravery. We hope that soon they can return to their loving mother and try to live a long and happy life In Jesus’ name.
A final thought from retired Police Detective Sargent Ray Savage