Another spate of Twitter accounts hacked, or is it simply a case of the same old excuse being dug out in order to save face?
Who might have come up with the idea in the first place? Let’s take an educated guess:
Andrea has also been a staunch cheerleader for the Campaign Against Antisemitism ever since CAA directed its sights towards my career and livelihood. Note that at the time, the sock-puppet went under the name of RTbot:
As one of the complainants to police which resulted in my arrests last year, it would be perfectly reasonable to summise that Ambrosine – along with Andrea – was again up to mischief by way of the RTingBot account.
Bedlam Jones and now Little Alex aka Stephen Applebaum. No doubt quite a hacked-off little band of conspirators, especially once they’ll have finished reading this post.
The bot then renamed itself Watching You – as ever the epitome of discretion and tact, not!
The grammar is a bit of a give away, Andrea being a native Brazilian Portuguese speaker.
But possibly the most damning of all must be managing to post the exact same screenshot with almost the exact same bullying comment on two separate accounts:
It will be interesting to read the exchanges between the Met’s DC Chris Alcock and officers from Derbyshire police regards my case. It seems likely we shall soon know the identity of the person to whom DC Alcock addressed his updates, posted on Twitter by the RTingBot account.
As the nights draw in, the list of potential witnesses grows ever longer. If my mood allows, I may use the above information to illustrate a new YouTube video of a recording I made last year of an old song. RTingBot in Shoreditch will remember the one, I’m sure.
Oh, and Andrea, if you’re reading this, which I’m pretty sure you are, the above constitutes a fraction of the evidence held on my recovered laptop, including your emails with Mrs Quirk and the tweets targeting my family. Maybe again a good time to pack your bags and celebrate an early Feliz Natal in Rio? I’m sure your family will be delighted.