Next week sees the start of another dark week in the People’s Socialist Republic of Wales, wrote Voice of Wales (“VoW”). Starting on 10 August, VoW journalists are due to appear in Newport Crown court in a show trial lasting three days.
VoW, hosted by Dan Morgan and Stan Robinson, began broadcasting on YouTube in July 2020 “giving a voice to the people not represented by mainstream media.” By February 2021, the establishment’s propaganda machine had caught up with them as described by THIS BBC article. YouTube had removed some of its videos and demonetised others. At the time, VoW had more than 5,000 subscribers and more than 350,000 views. You can follow Voice of Wales on Rumble HERE.
In January, Morgan and Robinson were arrested while reporting on a protest. The arrests took place even though the pair were known to the police as journalists. They spent thirty-six hours in custody at Newport Police Station. On their release, one of five bail conditions dictated they were not to associate with one another.
Another bail condition was Morgan and Robinson were not to attend any covid vaccination centre in England or Wales unless they were attending to get “vaccinated” themselves.
In February, all the bail conditions were dropped.
“All around the world journalists are being arrested and falsely imprisoned because, according to the police, you have to be ‘accredited journalists’. Accredited, by who? The very people committing this global tyranny. Who should tell the people what they can and cannot read, view or think? Certainly not the Welsh Police Chief Constables or Crime Commissioner. Not the Welsh Government or Drakeford. The attack on Voice of Wales was an attack on our democracy and those responsible should be called to account,” VoW wrote.
To give you a background on the case, back in January, Voice of Wales was made aware of a group of people intending to serve papers on a vaccine centre in Cwmbran to raise concerns about the dangerous side-effects of the vaccine. They wanted the police to attend with them to facilitate a peaceful protest. This was the first vaccine centre in Wales where this was taking place and Voice of Wales was invited to go along at short notice to report.
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