Alison Chabloz and the conspiracy to silence her
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 mid-February, but only on the condition that she not post on her blog. 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 (was it really his decision?) not to allow a British citizen the right to post on the Internet! “They” have destroyed our freedom for their own tribal ends.
I have had comments made on my blog to the effect that the Derby Crown Court imposed the Internet prohibition, not the police, but as yet I do not have confirmation of that. [please see the Updates, below]
While we are talking about “them”, we should take a brief look at France. Famously, ex-Rothschild’s gopher Emmanuel Macron set up “his own” (oh, yes, his own, I think not!) pop-up “party”, called it En Marche! and became President of France, having beaten Marine le Pen, who (unlike Macron) was not backed by System political drones all over Europe (Macron was invited to meet both Theresa May and Frau Merkel before he had even been elected!).
Macron is a very strange character: see https://ianrmillard.wordpress.com/2019/01/09/on-recent-events-in-france/
Well, the “Gilets Jaunes” protests and similar dissensions are still continuing, and are being met with typical ZOG repression:
“For some reason”? Just as, “for some reason” the UK ZOG regime ignores the human rights abuses of the Zionist lobby (see the Alison Chabloz case above)…
I was interested to see this, about the main hotel at Tintagel, in North Cornwall:
It seems to be hard to find a name for it that is not vulgar. At one time it was called the King Arthur’s Castle Hotel, I think, and is now the Camelot Castle Hotel.
I stayed there once myself, but before (((those))) who “monitor” my blog get excited, I was not very engaged politically at the time (late 2001) and never met the owner, one Mappin, who inherited a large chunk of the Mappin & Webb jewellery business https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mappin_%26_Webb
I remember my stay there well. It was about a week or so before Christmas. Wet, windy, stormy in fact. My wife and I were looking around possible homes in the South West (we found one in the end, at least for a couple of years). Needing a place to stay overnight, I chose this castle hotel, which is right on the cliff at Tintagel.
I understand that the hotel has since been refurbished. At that time, though, it had an impressive if slightly gloomy ambience. In fact it was not much like a hotel at all. For one thing, despite the size of the place, my wife and I were the only guests. Also, the staff on duty that evening seemed to consist of a middle-aged couple: a pleasant but rather eccentric Austrian (I think) woman and her husband, I think English, bearded, rather lacking in joie de vivre and whose realm seemed to be the cavernous and dimly-lit bar, where he was deep in conversation with (I presumed) a friend.
We were shown several rooms, and ended up in what was, I think, the most expensive (£200 a night B&B, in 2001…well overpriced for what was offered). The room was very large, very cold (there was an almost antique double-bar fire set into the wall) and contained a four-poster bed. We were told that Elgar had stayed for some time in that room. I later discovered that he had composed much of his Second Symphony there:
I believe that numerous other artistic and other luminaries have stayed in that hotel in the past; Arnold Bax and Yeats among them.
The hotel was so shut down when I visited that it was unable to offer its guests (us) even a snack. We were advised that the inns in Tintagel village, which starts near where the hotel driveway ends, were good. We found simple pleasant Cornish fare at such an inn and then returned to the castle for a couple of drinks in the Great Hall (and it really deserves its title), alone apart from the bearded retainer who brought the drinks. A memorable experience, to sit there before a huge open fire reminiscent of an Errol Flynn film, the storm blowing outside.
In the morning, breakfast was served by an aged waitress, her tiny grand-daughter (in fact probably great-grand-daughter), aged about 3 or 4 (I am no good at guessing children’s ages) holding on to the woman’s skirts as our food and coffee were served to us (no point in having a buffet when only two people are breakfasting, of course). The huge breakfast gallery (in which we were still the only guests) overlooked the tempestuous sea breaking on the jagged rocks below. Shades of Rebecca…
Alison Chabloz update, 2300 hrs
Ha ha! I should send that to Alison Chabloz’s solicitor and Counsel! They could probably do with a good laugh! It is, of course, nonsense.
More detail from yesterday’s proceedings and activities:
- Bail set by the the judge at Crown Court was unconditional;
- The purported Internet/blog restriction was laid down by a Derbyshire police detective-sergeant and relates to the police bail granted in the evening vis-a-vis the latest malicious complaint made by ((( ))), not to the Crown Court proceedings;
Another interesting remark was, it seems, made by Prosecution Counsel to the judge at the Crown Court hearing, to the effect that, after he, Counsel for the Prosecution, sees whatever disclosure is made by the police and CPS, he himself might be minded to concede that there were no proper grounds for the prosecution.
If the above account is accurate, I am beginning to think that Alison Chabloz is on the home stretch here…
Update, 19 August 2020
As I predicted in the above update (of same date as, but later in time than, the original blog), the CPS decided in the end not to oppose Alison Chabloz’s appeal in the Crown Court. The CPS weaselled about how they still believed that her prosecution for breach was correct, but that in all the circumstances, the Crown would concede. They even brought in “Coronavirus”, the thick planks!
In reality, there is no way that the CPS wanted to admit that David Gauke (the then Justice Secretary), the CPS, and the privatiized probation monkeys (not to mention the police, including the Police and Crime Commissioner for Derbyshire, some thick Sikh) had been got at by the Jewish lobby. Result? Complete victory for Alison Chabloz. She and her Counsel did not even have to appear at Derby Crown Court; the matter was simply taken out of the list. Ha.