Having heard about the worst of all child snatching case in Hampstead in November, the mother asked me to help get her children returned, both with legal and publicity matters, after she had sacked two solicitors and a barrister.
Obviously I was sooo upset and emotional to the suffering of these 20 children that I supported her case 100% and it reinforced my commitment to the cause and issues at stake. As she also said on one of the Home Videos, she wanted to help the other children. Her partner said “she sacrificed her children to save the others.”
Unfortunately my commitment meant having to avoid prosecution from Barnet Council who had been on our radar already in other cases and ‘going on a little holiday’ – in February. Since then, stress and health issues have not become easier for me.
Hence I have decided that there is nothing more I can do to help, as it is in the hands of a lawyer who had come forward to protect and defend me. I am therefore stepping back and returning to my home of 30 years in London.
Barnet Police confirm that I am still “Wanted for discussion”. As far as I know, they wish to speak to me regarding the publication of the names of the alleged abusers, on their behalf, for they feel ‘harassed’. This should be fine as I never did publish those names and they will have to prove this.
In London, I shall be able to concentrate on my software work again and the Digital I Ching as another one of my mathematical innovations.
A favourite German poem of mine is Steps’ or ‘Stages‘. It ends with: Anon, my heart. Say farewell and recover!
I wish to thank all of you supporters, interviewers, video makers, bloggers, signers, commentators, emailers, likers and sharers!
May everybody involved have gained more insight and more empathy! You know where to go from here: Hampstead Research.
Wishing you all the very best,
Sabine – from exile in Berlin.