Blog Backstory

I gather from some of the spam and abusive trolling I had on my deleted RR sites since they were created in 2012 to remember my mum, that a few followers are still here for the personal information and not the outdoor content. I have tried to signpost those people to the news section of my personal website since early 2014, so I am finally posting this on my blog, a paid for website which I hope is accessible to all. You would make my world a better place if you could refer to stephaniehakin.com/news for personal stuff.

Feel free to ignore this post if it doesn’t interest you, as this is striving to be a hiking blog, but trolls should realise that trolling or spamming won’t make the following post any less true.

Stephanie (Rose) 🌹

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From 2000 – 2009, while my mother was terminally ill, I tried to clarify whether I could help Northumbria police and to report several crimes including an underage assault, firstly via a solicitor who did not have my best interests at heart, then via my brother who would not take my calls, then via an organisation who claim to “advance” the position of women who completely ignored me, and finally via a friend acting as a go between with the police. I believe this is known as framing someone.

Shortly before my mother passed away in 2009, my go-between’s Facebook messages were hacked. The net result of all this was that nothing was resolved while my mother was alive and a ton of evidence, involving several separate cases, went unreported. Following my mother’s death, there was little incentive for me to become further involved with these cases, most of which should have come to light long ago, and in 2012 I created this blog to remember my mum amidst the devastation.

Anyway, twenty years on, I am gradually still reporting some of the things I was prevented from reporting when my mother was alive, as I feel able, including the underage rape. Although I have had absolutely no feedback from Northumbria Police on most of these reports, 2019 ended on a real low as I received the predictable news that the underage rape has not been crimed by Northumbria. Then in March 2020 I was told that there was no evidence to support the allegation that my computer had been hacked before my mother’s death. All this means that not one prosecution has resulted from any of the reports I have made to this force since I was 12 years old (including two assaults and two rapes).

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It seems to follow the same format each time I report anything from when I was a child. Northumbria Police and NHS firstly pathologize me, they then isolate me from my main witnesses or corroborators, sometimes for years, and seem to harvest them for information about me. In the meantime the accused says any old rubbish and the case is dropped. I have been through this routine before and am beginning to feel as if there is a formula at work.

As I have said to the investigating officer, depriving abuse survivors of contact with anyone who might support their allegation is a barbaric practice, which results in much unnecessary suffering for victims who don’t understand why they can’t speak to their closest family or friends, and that in turn results in failure to report other crimes. My own experiences (detailed on my personal website) are testimony to this.

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I have begun to feel that it is just not worth the hurt and upset of this process where I keep making allegations and everybody lies meaning the cases are not progressed or “lost” and nobody gives a fig about my late mother. It is very unlikely that I will report any further cases to this force or to the organisation who claim to “advance” the position of women. I cannot be held responsible for any cases arising from the ignoring and silencing of my evidence over many years which nobody seems to give a fig about either.

I try to remain positive by kidding myself that people read the news posts on my website, and that they are accessible to all.

Published 25th January 2020. From a post on stephaniehakin.com dated December 8th 2019.