…what happened to the Roxanne Summers profiles? It’s a mystery.
We followed that with Connections, at which point not only did all the Roxanne Summers profiles disappear, but also Boycott Boycott Belfast and the ‘real les trollops‘ WordPress site. Zapped, overnight, literally.
On top of that, several people mentioned in ‘Connections‘ cleaned up their Facebook pages pronto and one in particular began the process of removing or hiding comments, Tweets and associations (too late, sorry Ms Page). Now why would anyone do that if they had nothing to hide?
Was it all because of our recent posts? The Bar Council’s response to several complaints about Summers might have had something to do with it as well and, as we understand Mel Page’s solicitor is reading this blog in order to gather evidence (as are the Police according to her), we thought it would be helpful to show this:
The attached letter from Kathy Smyth stated:
05 March 2013
Re: Professional Conduct Committee – Your Complaint Against A Member of the Bar of Northern Ireland
I have been asked to write to you on behalf of the Professional conduct committee regarding your recent complaint.
Enquiries have been made on behalf of the Committee and it has been confirmed that there is no Counsel at the Bar of Northern Ireland by the name of Roxanne Summers.
It does appear however that a person using that name on Facebook has represented that he or she is a barrister.
Two possibilities arise, namely;
1. The person operating under the name Roxanne Summers is not in fact a barrister and the representation is false, or
2. The person is a member of the bar but is not using their real name.
The Committee is making further enquiries to establish whether it is possible to confirm which of these possibilities is correct.
In the meantime, the committee would welcome any further information, which might assist in establishing whether the person in question is in fact a member of the Northern Ireland Bar.
The committee is due to meet again on 12th March and you shall be notified of any further developments.
Professional Conduct Committee
Needless to say we can post no further comments from the Bar Council at this time, but obviously that will be forthcoming when Ms Page’s legal team have completed their investigation, which hopefully will be soon.
After all, if they’re all as innocent and blameless of the deeds highlighted in this blog as they claim to be, doesn’t it make sense to punish us with legal action? If they’re truly guiltless it won’t cost them a penny, and our identities can be revealed. So what could possibly be stopping them?
We await to hear from them. Meanwhile, we’ll leave you with this thought. Why did the Roxanne Summers profiles, an HC Facebook page and a website disappear overnight, and why did various people clean up their Facebook pages and Tweets immediately after we posted the February entries mentioned above? Another mystery!