Interview with Free Speech Martyr, Alison Chabloz | JACK’D

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Interview with – Feb 2020 | JACK'D

An interview with Britain's most under discussed martyr . The Campaign Against have made Alison's life absolute hell for the crime of having a phenomenal sense of humour.

, a singer and songwriter from Derbyshire, England, has been convicted for posting songs on YouTube, which included “” denial and content about Jewish people. She was found guilty of three charges relating to three of her songs at Westminster Magistrates Court in May 2018. The songs, which were performed at a London Forum event in 2016 and uploaded to YouTube, contained lyrics mocking the and referring to the Nazi death camp Auschwitz as a “theme park” and the gas chambers as a “proven hoax”.

Chabloz was initially prosecuted by the Campaign Against but the case was later taken over by the Crown Prosecution Service. She was convicted of two counts of causing an offensive, indecent or menacing message to be sent over a public communications network and a third charge relating to a song on YouTube.

Chabloz claimed that her songs were “satire” and that many Jewish people found them funny, but prosecutors argued that they were criminally offensive. The judge, John Zani, found her guilty, stating that he was satisfied the material was grossly offensive and that Chabloz intended to insult Jewish people.

Chabloz was sentenced to 20 weeks' imprisonment, suspended for two years, and banned from posting anything on for 12 months. The Campaign Against described her as a “remorseless and repulsive anti-Semite” and welcomed the sentence, stating that it sent a strong message that denial and anti-Semitic conspiracy theories will not be tolerated.

Source: RE-UPLOAD – Interview with Alison Chabloz, originally aired Feb 2020

Source: RE-UPLOAD – Interview with Alison Chabloz, originally aired Feb 2020


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