Alison Chabloz re-sentencing
The re-sentencing of Alison Chabloz is set down for today. The re-sentencing has now been deferred twice (last Friday and this Monday) because material about Alison held by the probation people could not be released without the permission of undesignated “higher authority”, apparently. In the meantime, Alison has been in Bronzefield Prison, near Heathrow, for the past 4-5 days
All because of some remarks on an internet podcast about Jews, Zionism, “holocaust” fakery etc.
As far as the resentencing for the matter directly in question is concerned, the judge at Southwark Crown Court cannot hand down more than the maximum laid down by law, 6 months. That would in effect be 3 months actually in prison, and Alison has already served 9 weeks, has a 4-day credit for time wrongly served in 2020, and has now been remanded in custody for 5 days.
On the above premises, Alison would serve less than 2 weeks extra even if sentenced to “6 months”.
It occurs to me, though, that the court may find other ways of tacking on extra prison time, such as any finding that Alison was improperly let off from completing the “Unpaid Work Requirement” aka “community service” (forced/slave labour), which was part of her sentence from her yet earlier 2018 trial before Westminster Magistrates (for the heinous crime of mocking the “holy” Jewish Zionists and the “holocaust” farrago).
Alison did actually spend a few days in 2018 picking up litter in wet Derbyshire churchyards.
I was never, mainly, a criminal barrister, despite having done Crown Court and magistrates trials as Counsel, mainly in the London area in 1993-1995. Also, I have not practised at the Bar since 2008 (and, famously, or notoriously, was —wrongfully— disbarred in 2016). I therefore may be wrong about this, but I cannot see how the sentencing judge today can do anything about any incomplete slave labour from another case, and years ago.
More likely, the sentencing judge may be thinking about sentencing Alison to “slave labour” (community service labour) for this present matter. That would probably be more onerous to her than spending what amounts to, in practice, probably only about a week or so extra in prison, unpleasant though that may be (though information from a usually-reliable source says that she at least has had her own modern cell, and a television, over the past 4-5 days spent in Bronzefield Prison).
What was that phrase, about those who would “break a butterfly upon a wheel”?…
As I reported yesterday, Alison has also now been made subject to an Order, pursuant to a 2014 piece of police-state legislation, purporting to ban her from making any public —or even, it seems, private— mention of Jews, Zionists, Zionism, Israel, or the “holocaust” farrago. The Order even covers mention of WW2, and even any member of the NSDAP! For 3 years (the maximum duration permitted by the legislation). Draconian. She will be appealing that to the Administrative Court. The ambit of that Order is absurdly wide, in my view.
I shall relay news of the re-sentencing result when I have it, later in the day.
[Update, 24 October 2021: in the event, Alison Chabloz was sentenced to an extra term of imprisonment, mostly flowing from —as I speculated might happen, but which I thought unlikely to happen— the Unpaid Work Requirement from her previous sentence. Most unjust. However, she has now, at time of writing, been out of prison for many weeks]
“20 years of war“? 42, surely? The Soviet Union instigated a coup d’etat and later invaded, both in 1979.
It is worth taking a few minutes to brief yourself about the history of Afghanistan, which goes back thousands, and even tens of thousands, of years: see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Afghanistan#History.
Looking down today’s list at Southwark Crown Court, I noticed that, out of 5 trials listed, only one defendant has a British (Welsh) first name and surname (if that means anything). The rest? 3 are obviously Muslim and the other something like Malay, or Thai, at a guess.
In fact, even that one “Welsh” name may not be really British (I do not know).
I was going to copy and paste the list, but it is Crown Copyright, with reproduction strictly prohibited.
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I do not follow Canadian politics, but surely there is some way for that idiot to be removed?
…and almost all such rapes in Sweden are committed by non-Europeans: Afghans, Somalis, whatever…
Unconfirmed reports state that Alison Chabloz has now been re-sentenced at Southwark Crown Court.
If the said reports are accurate, the sentencing judge has trawled back through the non-custodial part of the sentence Alison received, not for the most recent conviction, but the earlier one, in 2018! That sentence included a suspended prison sentence, as well as several non-custodial aspects.
It seems that what today’s sentencing judge has done is decide, on the basis of probation reports from 2018 (which are disputed), that Alison has not completed certain aspects of that 2018 sentence (eg enough hours of “slave labour”); the judge has also given Alison (as expected) an increase in sentence from the 18 weeks ordered by the magistrates earlier in 2021.
The result is that Alison has been sentenced to a headline sentence of a total of 32 weeks of imprisonment, of which she must serve half, i.e. 16 weeks, minus the 9 weeks already served, making 7 weeks extra.
I do not know whether Alison will be credited with the 4 days she served in 2020 prior to her (in effect) successful appeal on an earlier matter, or the 5 days which she has now served on remand, while awaiting this sentencing hearing. Presumably so. All the same, that would still leave Alison in prison for at least five and a half weeks from today.
I do not know whether there will be an appeal on sentence to the Court of Appeal.
The one bright aspect of the re-sentence, assuming that the unconfirmed reports are correct, is that there will now be no Criminal Behaviour Order, apparently. It may be that reports from yesterday (from usually-reliable sources) referred to what the judge was considering rather than what he eventually ordered. The presiding judge today said that to impose such an Order would be “unjustifiable“. With respect to His Honour, I can only agree!
However, the judge “advised” Alison to steer clear of social media.
The malicious Jew-Zionist pressure group, “Campaign Against Antisemitism” [“CAA”], has admitted “pursuing” Alison Chabloz relentlessly “for years” (their words). The court might have taken that harrying and trolling into account, at least in mitigation, but obviously did not.
Some people, even on the social-nationalist and anti-Zionist side of the argument, have had their disputes with Alison Chabloz. There is, however, no disputing her courage.
Laughter, the best medicine…
Alison Chabloz— more detail on the re-sentence
Usually-reliable sources now report that Alison will be credited at least with the 5 days spent in custody on remand; she will therefore spend just over 6 weeks more in prison. No news as to the 4 other days, served in 2020.
More detail about how the sentencing judge today [H.H. Judge Beddoe https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Martin_Beddoe] calculated his sentence: on the three charges wherewith Alison was convicted by magistrates earlier this year, 12 weeks each on the first two, consecutive, making 24 weeks. A further 12 weeks, but concurrent; then 8 weeks activated of the original 2018 suspended sentence, making 32 weeks in toto.
As noted earlier, that 32 weeks is then reduced by half, and then further reduced by the 9 weeks and 5 days Alison has already served, making about 6 weeks to be served, which, if she is credited with the other 4 days mentioned, might reduce the actual time to be served to about 5 and a half weeks.
It will be noted that, had the sentencing judge today not activated 8 weeks of the original 2018 suspended sentence, the total sentence today would have been 24 weeks, which would then have been reduced by half to 12 weeks, minus time served of 9 weeks, and also minus 5 days spent on remand in prison, which would have left Alison with no more than about 2 weeks to serve (less than two weeks if the extra 4 days were credited).
In other words, had the sentencing judge today not activated 8 weeks of the 2018 suspended sentence (an unexpected and remarkable decision), my previously-blogged calculations re. how much extra time Alison would have to serve would have been completely correct.
Further reports indicate that Alison is in good and defiant spirits despite the relatively harsh sentence. She is already working on a new song, this time about her various judges!
A final note, this time about the probation monkeys: on Monday, the probation “service” claimed that Alison had performed none of the “unpaid work requirement” (forced labour) from 2018. Today, when the reports were made available (the accuracy of which the presiding judge apparently criticized), it became clear that Alison had actually done 43 hours. Quite a difference. Administration is breaking down in the UK.
Write to Alison Chabloz
We should always support “the men (and women) behind the wire”. Alison is now in Bronzefield Prison. She would no doubt once again welcome cards, letters, books and small monetary gifts.
Her address is: Alison Chabloz A6478EK, HMP Bronzefield, Woodthorpe Road, Ashford, Middlesex, TW15 3JZ.
The prison number must always be included.
Books must be *new, *paperback, and preferably sent by commercial booksellers such as Abe Books (nb. Bronzefield does not accept any Amazon deliveries).
Money can also be sent, via the official system: see https://www.gov.uk/send-prisoner-money. With money sent, a prisoner can buy stamps, stationery, food etc. Also telephone credits.
I have just now received a report to the effect that the presiding and sentencing judge in Alison Chabloz’s case did actually make a Criminal Behaviour Order against her yesterday. So my blog was accurate after all. He must have changed his mind, i.e. thought better of it. A Crown Court judge is in fact entitled to amend his own sentence within 56 days of it having been passed.
As I blogged yesterday and today, the Order that was apparently made yesterday would have been eminently appealable, in that it was ludicrously wide in its ambit, and unreasonably harsh in its duration. Still, water under the bridge…”and no need to mention the war”!
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For once, I agree with the Dunt scribbler.
“What does it say about us as a country…?” Well, let me see…that the UK is scarcely a country, let alone a nation, any more. Swamped by non-European immigrants who are breeding fast, exploited by finance-capitalists and others (often —though certainly not always— Jew-Zionists), ruled by a cabal of NWO/ZOG puppets and Friends of Israel zealots (many Jewish, part-Jewish, Pakistani, Indian etc), and with standards sliding in all areas. Oh, and a state with only small and shrinking military and naval forces.
The UK has been increasingly in a dependent position, via a vis the USA, since 1940. So many people in the UK, though, cling to the idea that the UK is still the world power it was in the times of Empire.
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As usual, “Campaign Against Antisemitism” fanatics fail to recognize their own behaviour…
It has been many years since I was a practising barrister, but that tweet by Stephen Silverman, self-styled “Director of Investigations and Enforcement” at the CAA “charity”, appears to me to be a plain contempt of court. [Update, 27 September 2021: the tweet commented on by me now appears to have been deleted, probably because “someone” saw my comment about it being a plain contempt of court re. an upcoming trial].
As for “small world“, those in that CAA cabal that still tweet repeatedly about me number only about half a dozen; most of the bile is from from 4 or 5 individuals, at least three suffering from serious mental (and/or physical) problems which may affect what they tweet.
“What then?”…another puppet of the Israel lobby will be “elected” or selected.
…and that painting becomes more true with every passing election…
Panicdemic. Facemask nonsense.