Posted by Richard Willett - Memes and headline comments by David Icke Posted on 14 June 2024

The jailing of Dr Anne McCloskey for the ‘Covid’ crime of telling the truth

By Jacqui Deevoy

I interviewed GP Dr. Anne McCloskey in January this year. I’d been aware of her great work since 2020, when she was speaking out at rallies in Northern Ireland on the horrors of lockdowns etc, but it was when she started talking about the harms the poisonous C19 jabs were doing to young people that my ears really pricked up.

There’s a lot I could say about Anne but I’m keeping it brief. (Check the links for more information.)

Dr. Anne was fined for breaking Covid restrictions back in 2020 when she committed the dastardly crime of speaking at a rally.

Like most people who received these unlawful fines, she ignored it. By July 2021, most of the fines were rescinded. (Whether those who paid up were reimbursed though, I’ve yet to discover.)

After much to-ing and fro-ing in and around court, Dr. Anne appeared before a judge in Derry on June 12th 2024. She was ordered to pay the fine. On principle, she refused. She, by all accounts, gave the judge a bit of an ear-bashing, after which she was sentenced to 14 days in jail.

There’s no need to go on about all the terrible criminals who go unpunished and how killers and rapists walk free while a pure-hearted doctor gets jailed for simply SPEAKING – we all know how corrupt and unjust the legal system is – but what needs to be addressed here is this: what was she actually jailed for? She can’t have been imprisoned for not paying an unlawful fine, so was she flung into jail for something else?

I’m in the process of trying to get hold of a copy of the judgment: until I read that, I’m none the wiser.

What’s interesting though is how the mainstream are presenting the story, pushing the fear and implying that this wonderful woman, this honest and caring GP, a mother and grandmother, has been incarcerated because she didn’t pay a stupid unlawful fine. Check out reports by the BBC and you’ll see what I mean.

Tomorrow I’ll apply to the court to see if, as a journalist, I can view the judgment. My lawyer friend Anna de Buisseret has offered to help but told me today that lawyers aren’t able to see judgments simply because they’re lawyers. I’ll see what I can do. We should ALL do what we can do when situations like this occur: when warriors like Dr. Anne McCloskey need help after being imprisoned for being caring, truthful and forthright, we – the people she stood up for – need to stand up and fight back. For her, for ourselves and for future generations.

It’s the least we can do.

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