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Movies Britains' SICKEST Man: YouTuber Claimed Manchester Arena Bombing Was FAKE

Meet Britains' SICKEST Man: YouTuber Who Doorstepped Manchester Bomb Victims and PLANTED Hidden Camera in Vain Bid to Prove One Was An Actor.

He Claims Manchester Arena Bombing Was FAKE

His conspiracy theory videos racked up millions of views online, finally meets his match after she sued him

MailOnline 11 FEB 2024

Richard D Hall (pictured) is a conspiracy theorist who claims that the Manchester terror attack did not happen. He is seen here setting up a camera to see if survivor Eve Hibbert was faking her injuries

Eve Hibbert (left) and her father Martin (right) were injured in the attack

Fourteen-year-old schoolgirl Eve Hibbert was covered with T-shirts and presumed dead after a shrapnel-packed bomb ripped through the Manchester Arena while she was at an Ariana Grande concert with her father.

Although she miraculously survived the devastating blast on May 22, 2017, Eve, now 21, and her father Martin Hibbert, 46, were left with life-changing injuries.

When suicide bomber Salman Abedi, 22, detonated his homemade device inside the arena, he killed 22 people and left hundreds more injured as the blast dispersed thousands of nuts and bolts.

Mr Hibbert, a football agent from Chorley, Lancashire, was just five metres from the explosion and was paralysed from the waist down after being struck by 22 pieces of shrapnel.

He told an inquiry he saw his daughter's head being covered up twice, with people presuming she was dead. Eve, who now requires a wheelchair, was in hospital for ten months after suffering brain damage and losing the use of her arm and leg.

But as she tried to recover from the horrors of May 22, the tragedy deepened when a twisted conspiracy theorist set out to prove she was lying about her injuries.

Richard D Hall, the son of a chicken farmer, does not believe the Manchester bombing took place and claims it is all a deep-state plot and that many who claimed to have been injured were simply 'crisis actors' playing a scripted role.

On his website, he sells a 'compilation USB stick' of his 24 documentaries in which he disputes the Manchester attack - as well as the disappearance of Maddie McCann, 9/11 and the murder of MP Jo Cox.

In one video shared online, Hall horrifically visited Eve's home and set up a camera disguised in fake plant foliage which he planned to use to see whether she could walk.

Hall, whose videos have generated more than 16 million views online, later claimed he left 'a camera rolling' in his van which was 'parked in a public place'.

He acknowledged in his video that Eve left the house in a wheelchair but added there was 'no evidence' her injury was from the bombing.

CCTV shows the father and daughter had tickets and were at the concert but Hall claims they were 'likely harmed before the attack and recruited but did not attend'.

Hall now faces being 'shut down' after a judge branded his allegations 'absurd and fantastical' yesterday.

Along with her father Martin, Eve is bringing legal action against Hall seeking damages for harassment, misuse of private information and data protection.

It is the first time such action has been launched in the UK against a conspiracy theorist in a bid to prevent them spreading harmful mistruths.

Yesterday, a judge ruled in the father and daughter's favour and threw out Hall's attempt to use in his defence allegations that survivors were lying about their injuries, branding them 'simply preposterous'.

The judge concluded: 'I find that the defendant has not discharged the evidential burden which rests on him. He has no real prospect, indeed no prospect at all, of success on the issues and I will resolve them in the claimants' favour.'

The summary judgment - a legal step to decide parts of the case without a trial - means he faces hefty legal bills and cannot use the claims if the remainder of the case goes to trial.

On his website, Hall begs his 'supporters' to help him raise money for his legal battle.

He even says: 'If you are donating a large sum, then bank transfer is preferable because it avoids a commission fee.'

The conspiracy theorist also separately asks for donations and makes it clear that they are a 'gift' for him.

It says: 'If you wish to donate a gift to Richard D. Hall please use buttons below. NOTE: The payment will be made purely as a gift and is not payment for any goods or services.

'It is not a payment to supplement trading or other business or to enable the recipient to carry on business or otherwise to preserve and maintain trading stability and solvency. It is a personal gift.'

Hall has been accused of profiting from the Manchester terror attacks by selling books and film about it being fake.

Hall gives talks about his work across the country and online and sells his work through his website.

He used to sell it at a market stall in Merthyr Tydfil in south Wales but the local council shut this down.

His YouTube account, which had amassed 80,000 subscribers was also removed days after a BBC panorama investigation found he had visited the homes of victims.

At a hearing in London last month, Mr Hibbert and his daughter made a bid for summary judgement. This included rulings on whether 22 people did die during the attack, and whether the Hibberts' injuries were caused by the bombing.

Hall, representing himself, argued that there is no 'first-hand tangible evidence' to prove the father and daughter were at the arena or were hurt as a result of the blast.

However Judge Richard Davison today ruled in favour of the pair and said that without this early decision, Hall would 'use the trial as a vehicle to advance and test his staged attack hypothesis'.

The judge said it was 'absurd and fantastical' for Hall to state that the bombing was staged and no-one injured or killed, no matter whether his opinions were 'genuinely held'.

'That has to be tempered in circumstances where those views are so outlandish as to be an affront to ordinary decency.

'We have such an example here. Martin and his daughter suffered horrendous life-changing injuries at the Manchester Arena. There can be no question of the authenticity of either of them.

'We are privileged to stand alongside Martin who has made a stance on behalf of all the victims to ensure conspiracy theorists such as Hall are shut down from spreading their poison.'

Hall has yet to comment on the latest ruling, although he previously branded the bid for summary judgement an attempt to 'prevent me from presenting any evidence which challenges the official narrative at a trial'.

The victims were (Top row, from left) Elaine McIver, 43, Saffie-Rose Roussos, 8, Sorrell Leczkowski, 14, Eilidh MacLeod, 14,

(Second row, from left) Nell Jones, 14, Olivia Campbell-Hardy, 15, Megan Hurley, 15, Georgina Callander, 18,

(Third row, from left), Chloe Rutherford, 17, Liam Curry, 19, Courtney Boyle, 19, and Philip Tron, 32,

(Fourth row, from left) John Atkinson, 26, Martyn Hett, 29, Kelly Brewster, 32, Angelika Klis, 39,

(Fifth row, from left) Marcin Klis, 42, Michelle Kiss, 45, Alison Howe, 45, Lisa Lees 43, Wendy Fawell, 50 and Jane Tweddle, 51

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