The case against Alison Chabloz is really about the rule of law. The rule of law says Holocaust Denial is not a crime in the UK. @cpsuk are using a law originally used against writers of poison pen letters to make Holocaust Denial a crime in the UK. https://t.co/JcfsvG1Y8i— Claire Khaw (@MinimumSt8) March 8, 2018
Holocaust Denial is not a crime in the UK.
The Malicious Communications Act 1927 was enacted to deal with writers of poison pen letters, ie anonymous communications sent by a malicious individual intended to cause distress.
If the CPS win, it means that government itself is not interested in the rule of law that it says British values are all about.
The rule of law says Holocaust Denial is not a crime in the UK. The Prosecution is saying that the rule of law is whatever the government or the judiciary says it is.
You know there is no rule of law when the rules of the game are changed before the game is over favouring only one party.
Alison Chabloz is about to discover that the law is not on the side of holocaust denying anti Semites— Do you know what the truth is? (@alwaysbpolite) March 6, 2018
This poster, that she has put on her Facebook page, shows how the anti #Soros aspect of #Brexit and conservatism in this country has its roots in the far right pic.twitter.com/M01dO0RZqL
Latest news from the Alison Chabloz trial is that, in an extremely unusual decision, the magistrate, District Judge (Criminal) Zani, has decided that he will accept *written* submissions from prosecution and defence Counsel and will then give his judgment on 25 May.#bbcdp #bbcpm— Ian Millard (@ianrmillard) March 7, 2018