Coronavirus used to crush free speech

The brother of former Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has been charged with breaching Covid-19 regulations for his part  in a demonstration against 5G technology.

Piers Corbyn, 73, has been charged with taking part in demonstrations on May 16 and May 24 in Hyde Park in central London.

Scotland Yard today announced that a total of 24 people have been charged in connection with several demonstrations in London held during the lockdown.

Mr Corbyn, who was photographed being led away by police on May 16, has been charged with offences relating to the Health Protection (Coronavirus restrictions) Regulations 2020.

The older brother of the former Labour leader, with an address in Southwark, was ordered to appear at Westminster Magistrates’ Court on July 24 and August 20.

DAILY MAIL

Read more: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8442385/Jeremy-Corbyns-brother-Piers-73-charged-breaching-coronavirus-lockdown-rules.html

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6 Responses to “Coronavirus used to crush free speech”

  1. Aldous says:

    Piers Corbyn like his brother is 100% controlled opposition.
    Is this pathetic and desperate stunt intended to deflect attention away from the recent BLM ‘get togethers’ where social distancing was right out of the COVID window? These Marxists really are the most hateful fucks.

  2. Aldous says:

    Staged without a doubt.

  3. Aldous says:

    BTW One cannot be charged with anything whatsoever relating to so-called ‘coronavirus lockdown rules’. These ‘rules’ are not even Legal Statutes which can also be ignored.
    This legalese crap only applies to a Legal Fiction/Strawman/Fictional Identity et al.

    https://www.commonlawcourt.com/reclaim-your-name/

  4. Prometheus says:

    At the moment, the Police are just policy enforcers (they are clueless androids).

    The people paying their wages (government/globalists/satanists):

    policy enforcer:
    A member of law enforcement that has little to no jurisdiction and generally handles traffic violations or misdemenors. Usually on a power trip.

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