ALISON CHABLOZ LEGAL UPDATE AUGUST 21
For musician Alison Chabloz, 56, 2020 has been another eventful year. January 10th, Chabloz’
appeal at Derby Crown Court against an eight-week prison sentence (breach of a 12-month social
media ban for writing on her own website) was adjourned by HHJ Robert Egbuna; disclosure of
communications between Chabloz’ accusers – pro-Israel NGO “Campaign Against Antisemitism”
(CAA) – the Crown, the National Probation Service and indeed the Ministry of Justice was, for
some reason, unforthcoming… Chabloz was granted unconditional bail by the judge who decided
that the appeal could not proceed properly without full disclosure of the relevant papers.
On stepping outside court shortly after HHJ’s decision, Chabloz was immediately rearrested by
two East Midlands Special Branch officers, acting on yet another complaint by Steve Silverman
of CAA, for causing gross offence by posting the link to an Internet Radio Show on GAB.
Interrogated and held until it was too late for Chabloz to return home that same night, she was
bailed to return to Derby Police Station, with the condition “not to post anything online”.
The bail-to-return order with the same condition was reissued every month for the next six
months, always at the last minute, without the slightest regard for Chabloz’ livelihood, well-being
or indeed current bail law.
Just over six months later, July 31st, Derby Crown Court heard that the Crown would no
longer be contesting Chabloz’ appeal:
“The documents in this case have been carefully reviewed and considered at length. We
maintain that there was a breach and that Ms Chabloz-Tyler [sic] went against the spirit, at
least, of the prohibited activity requirement by continuing to post comment which some
would find offensive on her personal website. However, we recognise after full
consideration that the prohibited activity requirement, of necessity non-specific, may have
been insufficiently precise for Ms Chabloz-Tyler [sic] to have been sufficiently clear as to
her obligations. Given that breach proceedings were not instituted until after the
requirement came to an end, and the delay which has arisen since that time such that the
sentence as a whole has now concluded, we consider that it is no longer in the public
interest to oppose this appeal, and will indicate the same to the Court for the matter to be
“Case to be dismissed in the interest of justice.”
In short, quite a significant victory for Chabloz and her legal team. The Crown’s “against the
spirit” argument is nothing more than a fig leaf, imposed to conceal the fact that the undisclosed
documentation no doubt contains further evidence of a Zionist conspiracy to silence Chabloz – a
point recently validated by long-awaited disclosure in Canadian Arthur Topham’s almost identical
breach trial in Vancouver.
Back in Britain, the enemies of free speech made sure that Chabloz’ victory was short lived.
Two hours after the Crown had officially told the court that the case was to be “dismissed in the
interests of justice”, Chabloz received an email from (former?) Detective Reed (- according to the
latest paperwork now just plain old “PC Reed”), announcing that the Crown was finally in a
position to charge Chabloz with the offences for which she’d been arrested January 10th, as
January 10th to July 10th – precisely six months of waiting for a charging decision for an offence
with a six-month time limit for prosecutions…
Chabloz paid almost £100 for the privilege of travelling back up to Derby to be charged on the
hottest day of the year so far. The authorities clearly wish to string out Chabloz’ bail conditions (=
gagging order) for another six months until next January, meaning Chabloz has already been
found guilty and punished, even before setting foot in