Resistance GB – January 15th, 2022
Debbie Hicks, who filmed an empty hospital in Gloucestershire in December 2020 and had her home invaded shortly afterwards by police, whilst in her dressing gown, faces trial for the event which went viral and informed many people with relation to the situation in Britain.
She speaks of the case, the importance of journalism and scrutiny and the growing acceptance in much of society of the truths being uncovered by independent and citizen journalists.
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