The satirical singer-songwriter Alison Chabloz has been imprisoned.
Yesterday, 23 September 2019, Alison Chabloz was sentenced, at Chesterfield Magistrates’ Court, Derbyshire, to 8 weeks’ imprisonment for breach of condition of the suspended sentence which was pronounced in June of 2018. The oddest aspect of that is that that particular condition was a “social media” ban lasting one year, so it actually expired in mid-June 2019. For the entire year, i.e. up to mid-June 2019, Alison Chabloz did not post on what everyone (except, it seems, minor “judges” —formerly called stipendiary magistrates— in the magistrates’ courts of Derbyshire) regards as “social media”, fora such as Twitter, Facebook, GAB etc. She did, however, continue to comment on her own WordPress website blog, on which she had disabled the readers’ comments section.
It is, admittedly, a long time since I was a practising barrister (2008) but certainly I have never seen a legal definition of what is or is not “social media”, by which I mean one accepted by the higher courts. What I do know is that virtually no-one thinks of a person’s own website as “social media”.
Apparently, the required Notice of Breach was only sent to Alison Chabloz after the year-long “social media” ban had actually expired! In other words, she was allowed (should she wish to and be able to) to post on Facebook or Twitter etc at any time after mid-June 2019; the Notice of Breach referred back to the time when the “social media” ban had been in place. It was like someone warning a second person, as it were, in arrears, in such terms as “do not breach this condition but you can breach the condition now or in future (because it has expired), just don’t breach it in the past”! It was a nonsense “warning”, in short.
In fact, it is clear that the moving force behind this latest persecution-prosecution of Alison Chabloz had almost nothing to do with the privatized probation people, who are obviously just “pay peanuts get monkeys” doormats. The malicious Jew-Zionist “charity”, the “Campaign Against Anti-Semitism” or “CAA”, has in fact admitted that it was their pressure on the Ministry of Justice and on (now-washed-up) politician (MP, Secretary of State for Justice and so joke “Lord Chancellor” until July 2019) David Gauke, that caused the probation monkeys and the CPS suddenly (after more than a year…) to get agitato about Alison Chabloz continuing to post on her own blog website. See Notes, below.
Gauke is now sitting as Independent MP, having recently been sacked by the Conservative Party. He is married to a woman called Rachel, a lawyer, and lives in the “Borshch Belt” of South Hertfordshire, near London. He is, or has been, a noted expenses-blodger. A freeloader. He was an active member of Conservative Friends of Israel. His political career is now washed-up.
Here is what the “CAA” had to say about Alison Chabloz being imprisoned:
“District Judge Jonathan Taaffe found Ms Chabloz guilty of breaching the conditions of her suspended sentence after blog posts that she published since June 2018 were found to constitute a breach of a social media ban. Ms Chabloz was handcuffed in court to begin her sentence as her parents, who were in attendance, looked on. The trial in Chesterfield today follows contact between Campaign Against Antisemitism’s lawyers and the National Probation Service.“
Note the (((typically))) sadistic tone: “they” love the fact (if it is a fact) that Alison Chabloz was apparently handcuffed in court post-trial, and that her aged parents had to see that. Despite that, it seems that some of the Jew-Zionists gleefully discussing the matter on Twitter have not quite had their pound of flesh. They want Alison Chabloz to be imprisoned for longer, suffer more etc.
Shakespeare was in some respects the greatest Englishman.
The “CAA” admits to interfering in the probation conditions of Alison Chabloz (see above). The CAA was also the instigator of the original case against her, which was later taken over by the CPS. It was during the preliminary proceedings being taken by the CAA against Alison Chabloz that Stephen Silverman, “Head of Investigations and Enforcement” at the CAA, was exposed as a sadistic and pseudonymous troller of (mainly) women online, Alison Chabloz being one such. I have blogged about this previously. Please refer to Notes, below.
It seems that what happened here is that the CAA or its contacts pressured venal David Gauke in some way. He, at the time, was Secretary of State for Justice (absurd though that was); Gauke then wrote to his officials in the Ministry of Justice, who then gave both the CPS and the privatized probation monkeys a kick. Says a lot about “justice” in contemporary Britain…
So what now for Alison Chabloz?
[Update, 25 September 2019: Please see tweet by Mark Collett at foot of this article; it seems that Alison Chabloz is not at Foston Hall prison, but at New Hall prison]
Well, the sentence handed down was imprisonment for 8 weeks. Alison Chabloz will thus be in prison for 4 weeks minus the day of trial and the day of the preliminary appearance. By my calculations, she should be free on —or possibly before— 19 October 2019, having spent 26 days —possibly fewer— in prison.
Those days will be spent, it seems (subject to confirmation), at Foston Hall, Derbyshire, a closed prison for women. That sounds grim, but the place seems to be a more serious kind of Girls of Radcliff Hall boarding establishment (the former aspect not too literally, I’m sure).
[Update, 25 September 2019: Please see tweet by Mark Collett at foot of this article; it seems that Alison Chabloz is not at Foston Hall prison, but at New Hall prison; I have posted the details of that prison below, at or near the end of this article]
After Alison has spent her mandated 3-4 weeks in prison, she will be free (as I understand the sentence handed down yesterday) to post both on her own website and on “social media” (as until yesterday understood) because, as explained here above, her “social media” ban expired in June 2019 anyway.
The unpaid work part of the original sentence (i.e. the most obviously punitive part of it) has already been chucked in the bin. The original conviction and sentence itself is now going to judicial review, having failed on appeal at Crown Court level; it may be that yesterday’s decisions will be joined to that review; Adrian Davies, Counsel for Alison Chabloz, has told the newspapers that yesterday’s verdict and sentence will be appealed. In the meantime, Alison is sitting in prison. Whether her legal people can get her released on bail pending appeal or review, I do not know.
Whatever happens in respect of appeal or judicial review, Alison Chabloz will be back posting views and, perchance, songs next month. “They” may be crowing over “their” victory, but what goes around comes around. Already, months ago, some quite high-profile Jews have tweeted (and in one or two cases, published in the Press) their view that Alison Chabloz should not have been prosecuted at all because her public profile has thus been raised greatly. Such persecution also awakens the sleeping masses to the Zionist strategy of trying to destroy freedom of expression in the UK.
The Zionists and their (often mentally-afflicted) “antifa” “useful idiots” have been waging a campaign to destroy Alison Chabloz’s access to online donation platforms (by making “complaint” to those websites), but that is a mere inconvenience which will not stop her.
One thing is sure: if Alison Chabloz was determined to pursue her ideals and beliefs before, she must now be absolutely determined to nail them to public consciousness.
Tweets about venal Gauke:
Update, 25 September 2019
It seems that Alison Chabloz is in fact not at Foston Hall prison in Derbyshire, but at New Hall prison in West Yorkshire [see below for full address]
If that is correct, then any cards, letters or books [books must be new, paperback, and sent direct from Amazon UK] should be sent to the following address:
HMP New Hall,
5 New Hall Way,
(prisoner number not known to me, but the name should be enough in her case).
Update, 25 September 2019
As explained above, it now appears that Alison is at HMP New Hall prison in West Yorkshire. See below for information about that prison, again a closed prison. The authorities seem to have resources aplenty to make sure that Alison is in very secure conditions, unable to terrorise “them” by singing further songs for a few weeks! What a farce this country now is! An emerging dystopia (((contaminated)))…and at present headed by a complete idiot posing as a Poundland Churchill.
It appears that over a third of prisoners at New Hall are (notionally) sentenced to 4+ years and that a small number are even doing life sentences! I wonder what bureaucrat thought to send Alison Chabloz (a singer-songwriter sentenced, in our “free country”, to a notional 8 weeks), to such a place of incarceration? Was it deliberate, to try to make her 3+ weeks of actual imprisonment seem harder? Who, I wonder, was the decision-maker? What was his or her motive?
[above, a view of HMP New Hall, West Yorkshire]
“A lot of prisons are quite beautiful, in an angry, Victorian sort of way. Not this one, with its hodgepodge of buildings, randomly thrown up at the end of a long lane. True, it was snowing last week, which makes everything look different – quieter, more isolated. But it is definitively outside society, invisible from the road, invisible to the world. It is a remarkable thing, what the people within it have built: a community that is at times very difficult, but also rich and warm.” [Zoe Williams, The Guardian].
Oh well, hopefully it will not be too unpleasant for Alison, and at least she should be out by 19 October. In the meantime, I would urge anyone reading this to send her a book, a letter, or at least a postcard.
Below, tweets about a known Jew Zionist who has tweeted that Alison Chabloz should be murdered in prison. Will the tame (suborned) UK police do anything about such incitement? No. Not if, as here, it is perpetrated by a Jew against a non-Jew.
Update, 26 September, 2019
It seems that Counsel for Alison Chabloz, Adrian Davies, is going to try to get Alison bail pending appeal and so will be making preliminary application before the same District Judge (Criminal), District Judge Taaffe, today. The chances are that that will be refused, but after today application can be renewed in front of a real judge (a Circuit Judge), probably at Derby Crown Court, with at least a reasonable chance of success, bearing in mind that
- the sentence (in reality less than 4 weeks) is short enough that any appeal would probably not come on before Alison has completed her 26 days in prison, thus rendering the appeal otiose;
- the probation people, on the relevant form, were expressly not thinking in terms of a custodial sentence (indeed had, literally, ticked another box); the “judge” did have discretion to ignore that fact, but only if he did so reasonably;
- a judicial review of the original sentence and subsequent appeal is already lodged.
Some of Alison Chabloz’s persecutors and me-too stonethrowers:
[also, see my various previous blog articles about the “CAA” “charity” and Silverman]
Mike Stuchbery: Sacked supply teacher (the reasons seem “a little unclear”); self-styled “historian” and “journalist”, who has incited “antifa” violence for several years, a habit which backfired after he helped to organize a form of “home invasion” at the house of Tommy Robinson’s wife. Stuchbery then had a “poor little me” meltdown (see amusing photo, below).
He grifts by begging for donations constantly (to pay his rent, his bills, his trips to Germany etc…), but has now decided that it is easier to live off State benefits in Germany (he’s Australian, but has a German wife), so is leaving the UK soon. Good riddance to the horrible fuck-up.
This, below, is what Stuchbery bravely tweeted after Alison Chabloz was imprisoned (and he says that Alison Chabloz was sent back to prison. She was never previously in prison). Not much of an “historian” (one of his poses) and cannot even get contemporary facts right.
Stuchbery is brave enough when kicking a woman who is down, and unable even to comment about his unpleasantness…
“Slatfascists”: This particular online “antifa” idiot and nonentity is so brave that he once had a near-breakdown when he thought that he was no longer anonymous (he may in fact not be quite as anonymous as he imagines). Here he is, loving the idea of Alison Chabloz suffering in prison:
Like Stuchbery, “Slatfascists” tweets and retweets dozens of times daily. Like Stuchbery (and many other “antifa” and pro-Zionist online trolls), “Slatfascists” has mental health problems and is on medication for them. Looks like that medicine is not strong enough.
“Dr” Louise Raw: her “doctorate” (which by English convention she should of course not use as a title, she being neither an academic, a medical doctor, nor a scientist in an official institute— and I suppose that I should add to that list priests and bishops etc in holy orders) is apparently the result of a study about a strike by women in a match factory in 1888); she is an active “antifa” nuisance, another person who seems to spend all day on Twitter, despite her Twitter profile saying “historian” and referencing BBC Radio London (on which she once spoke, apparently). She seems to be anti-Israel yet at the same time supports the Zionists in the UK, as here below, where she retweets a tweet about Alison Chabloz from the malicious CAA “charity”. Very odd.
Well, there are numerous others of similar type, all or almost all Zionist Jews and/or “antifa” idiots . They must hate it that here we are, only 3 days after sentencing, and Alison Chabloz has already served about 12% of her sentence! Her total sentence is, in real terms, 26 days.
Update, 26 September, 1900 hrs
Alison Chabloz is released on unconditional bail pending appeal.
Looks as though “Slatfascists”, Stuchbery and a few hate-filled Jewish women in North London and elsewhere will have to increase the dosage of their medication to get through this trying time. Ha ha! Perhaps “Dr. Tim” will suggest that they use the medication he himself is on…
…”and at CAA HQ, bitter herbs were eaten”…
Update, 27 September 2019, 1900 hrs
This (below) really is funny! All the Jew-Zionist know-alls (well, several) vying with each other to say inaccurate things about Alison Chabloz’s situation, the law, the prisons, her bail conditions (there are none: she is on unconditional bail). 1930s people would say “it’s a scream”! “Frankiescar” (Andrew Roberjot, unqualified “legal people” groupie), shows off his defective legal knowledge and reasoning, “Husker_Ju” and others get it almost all wrong (until the truth dawns), while “Rattus2384” (Stephen Applebaum, soi-disant “film critic” and/or house husband…and publicly-exposed Twitter troll) has to tell the others in the end that Alison Chabloz is out of prison, not subject to any conditions, not electronically tagged, able to post freely online (and rather unlikely ever to have to return to prison for the remaining 21 days of her sentence, but they have not cottoned-on to that yet).
(Click on and read the whole thread for the full joke-value)
Update, 28 September 2019
Alison Chabloz has already blogged in brief about her time “inside”. Turns out that the Jew knowalls tweeting about how she would be subjected to “the full Prisoner Cell Block H experience” could not have been further from the mark!
“All in all, my third experience of loss of liberty was the least unpleasant thus far. Indeed, compared to my first two lock-ups in November 2016 (six hours) and in October 2017 (48 hours) both in police cells, my short time at HMP New Hall was a joy ride.
Single, warm cell; TV, kettle, pillow, thick quilt, mattress, e-cigarette; a view over the prison wall of trees and the occasional glimpse of a squirrel or wood pigeon. Being in need of a good rest (not having been able to enjoy a few days’ holiday thanks to my aborted trip to Paris last month), I lazed, feet up; watched the news and a couple of films; drank endless cups of tea and vaped nicotine, in moderation…“
Likewise, the sick fantasy of some ignoramus (a “Hope not Hate” idiot), to the effect that Alison would be (he implied) attacked by prisoners when incarcerated, was as inaccurate as was his designation of which prison she was being held in.
Update, 6 October 2019
I believe that Alison Chabloz is expecting to have her main appeal, in fact a judicial review of the decisions of the lower courts (Westminster Magistrates’ Court and Southwark Crown Court), heard by the Divisional Court, i.e. in effect the High Court (presumably at the Royal Courts of Justice in London), on 31 October 2019.
It may be (and I am assuming that such is the case) that Alison’s appeal against the (now partly-served) 8-week imprisonment sentence for breach of condition, handed down by Chesterfield Magistrates’ Court recently, will be joined to the application set down for the 31st.
If the review is successful as a whole, then the prison sentences (suspended and immediate) will fall. If not, and if the consequential immediate imprisonment sentence is left unchanged, then Alison will be returned to prison to complete her sentence, which by my calculations would be a further 21 days actually in the prison.
Beyond that, the only date of importance in relation to Alison’s case would be 14 June 2020, which is when the 2018 suspended sentence ceases to have effect. 8 months from now, Alison will be free from the legal effects of the CAA’s chicanery and will no doubt be singing in satire once again.
Update, 7 October 2019
Update, 14 October 2019
Below, radio loudmouth and ignoramus Julia Hartley-Brewer defends free speech. Strangely enough, she spoke not a word when I was disbarred at the instigation of a malicious pack of Jews, when Alison Chabloz was persecuted, prosecuted and convicted by connected pack of Jews, when Jez Turner was actually imprisoned by the same pack of Jews. I must be missing something. Or maybe not…
Update, 24 October 2019
The main news is that, by order of a judge at Derby Crown Court last week, the appeal against the conviction and sentence for breach will be heard in January 2020 before that court. I should have thought that it would be logical to join that to the judicial review hearing presently set down for 31 October 2019, i.e. one week from today, but maybe I am missing some procedural reason why that cannot be done. I have not practised at the Bar for 11 years now, and not appeared on a judicial review (which at one time I did about once weekly) for 24 years! Tempus fugit…
Update, 31 October 2019
Pack of Jew-Zionist trolls, sub nom “Gnasher Jew”, supporting “Conservative” General Election candidate Robert Largan.
Largan is contesting High Peak, Derbyshire, but is otherwise an accountant who works for Marks & Spencer. His apparent fervent support for Zionist Jewry may be misplaced in that constituency. We shall find out on 12 December.
“Gnasher Jew” again repeats the lie that Alison Chabloz was “imprisoned for hate speech”, when in fact she was given a suspended sentence at Westminster Mags in June 2018 in respect of some amusing songs satirizing “holocaust” hoaxes and fakery, as well as Zionism.
The conviction and sentence is now subject to judicial review (in effect, appeal) this very day in the Administrative Court (High Court) in London.
Her brief imprisonment for breach of one condition of that sentence, imposed more recently at Chesterfield Mags, is also being appealed and that appeal will be heard at Derby Crown Court in January 2020. In the meantime she is free on bail and free to post songs and comment; on paper, she still has about 19 days to serve in respect of that latter sentence, having spent three days in prison and a few days in court.
Update, 6 November 2019
Alison Chabloz blogs about various matters including the odd behaviour of Robert Largan, the unimpressive little man who is the “Conservative” candidate for High Peak, Derbyshire and who is now making up stories about Alison Chabloz’s supposed connection with the Labour candidate (and present MP) Ruth George via another Labour Party member:
Update, 17 November 2019
Following the failure of the judicial review application on 31 October 2019, the next court date for Alison Chabloz will be her appeal against the notional 8 weeks’ imprisonment for breach of sentence condition handed down at Chesterfield Mags. The appeal will be heard in January 2020 at Derby Crown Court.
Meanwhile, here is a transcript of the judgment in Alison’s recent judicial review application hearing:
Update, 8 January 2020
Alison Chabloz will be at Derby Crown Court on 10 January 2020 to attend her appeal hearing against the 8 week sentence handed down by Chesterfield Mags in respect of a charge of breach of condition of her original sentence.
In theory, Alison might, if unsuccessful, face being imprisoned for the remainder of her 8 week sentence (in reality, it was 4 weeks actually in prison, minus days in court, meaning about 23 days, of which she has now served 3 days).
The Crown Court might allow her appeal. If not, then it can impose whatever sentence it decides upon, which might be custodial or non-custodial, and which might be a greater or lesser term than the ~19 days which are presently “outstanding”.
Alison Chabloz has penned a few pre-hearing words on her WordPress blog:
All believers in socio-political freedom of expression should support Alison Chabloz.
Update, 10 January 2020
Alison Chabloz was at Derby County Court for the hearing of her appeal against both conviction and sentence for “breach of condition”. The judge was told that “a voluble lobby” (((lobby))) was persecuting her. The judge wants evidence of that [see below!]
The matter has been adjourned until 25 June 2010, and set down for two days.
In an unexpected move (well, unexpected to some), Alison Chabloz, having been released until 25 June on unconditional bail, was then arrested by Derbyshire police drones outside Derby Crown Court, in respect of the (bad law) Communications Act 2003, s.127 (brought in under Blair’s elected tyranny).
I think that we can guess (((what))) and even (((who))) is behind this latest manipulation of the UK police and English law. In fact, Alison was arrested on a previous occasion by Derbyshire “officers”, who seem to have plenty of resources to throw at her and free speech when (((you know who))) make malicious complaint.
This latest crookery seems to prove her point…
Update, 11 January 2020
Further to the main article, David Gauke, the joke “Lord Chancellor”/Secretary of State for Justice (until someone was got at, her alleged “breach of condition” was not going to be prosecuted) lost his Commons seat at the recent General Election. At least that’s one disgusting corrupt blot removed from Parliament. He will not suffer much though, I regret to say. He ripped off the taxpayers royally via fraudulent or semi-fraudulent expenses over the years, and still lives in the South Hertfordshire “Borshch Belt” with his wife (a lawyer called Rachel…) and is, no doubt, scarcely feeling the pinch. He was a very mediocre solicitor prior to becoming an MP, but no doubt “they” will get him a well-paid sinecure in the City of London. Still, one gone.
Further update, 11 January 2020, 1500 hrs
Yesterday’s (10 January 2020) hearing at Derby Crown Court was presided over by HH Judge Egbuna, who remarked that it was “vital” to ascertain whether the decision of the National Probation Service to press for prosecution of Alison Chabloz on the ground of breach of condition had been taken “professionally” or whether the decision had been a result of “political motivation”.
The judge was informed by Prosecution Counsel that the decision to proceed with a prosecution (and so trial for breach) was not taken or initiated by Alison Chabloz’s probation officer, as would be the normal situation; neither was that decision taken by his supervisor. It was the decision of someone above those levels.
Sounds as though the judge is seriously worried by possible interference in the judicial and quasi-judicial processes by (((someone))) or (((some organization)))…
The judge declared that Alison’s trial could not proceed until it had been established on what basis or bases the decision to prosecute had been taken, and by whom. The matter has now been adjourned until 25 June 2020.
That, however was not the end of (((their))) manipulations for the day. Alison Chabloz was arrested at court and taken to Derby Police Station, where she was “interviewed” (interrogated) by detectives about a complaint made by ((( ))). At length, late in the evening, she was given police bail until a date in February, but only on the condition that she not post on her blog or even (unsure; I await further details) the Internet itself. That disgraceful “police-state” prohibition will, I apprehend, be challenged in court before very long.
Well, there we have it. A contrived “complaint” with the sole (main) aim of preventing Alison Chabloz from exercizing her right to free speech (which right “they” have almost destroyed in the UK, aided by “me too” rabbits on Twitter and elsewhere). What other objective? Well, I suppose that it also inconvenienced Alison Chabloz, and their little minds love to do things like that, as witness the false and malicious complaint the same “people” made about me three years ago:
It is about time that the police and CPS woke up to the fact that they are being manipulated and used by the “Campaign Against Antisemitism” fake charity.
England has now become a country in which a police desk sergeant in deepest darkest Derbyshire can decide not to allow a British citizen the right to post on the Internet! “They” have destroyed freedom for their own tribal ends.
Update, 6 September 2020
Well, here we are, a year since Alison Chabloz spent a couple of days in a not-uncomfortable women’s prison before getting out on bail pending appeal.
A lot of water has passed under the bridge since then, as I have explained in other blog posts, but the most relevant fact pertaining to this blog post is that, a few months ago, the Crown Prosecution Service informed Derby Crown Court that the CPS would not be opposing Alison’s appeal.
In short, Alison Chabloz beat both the CPS and the malicious Jew-Zionist “charity”, the so-called Campaign Against Antisemitism, which had instigated all persecution and prosecution(s) against Alison.
Alison will therefore not be returning to prison to serve the unserved 2 weeks or so of her sentence. In simple terms, she won.