She eventually started up again, spewing her venom against Israel and the Jerusalem Quartet, and by the end was clearly in need of a Fisherman's Friend (or three)
On hand to support her with their obnoxious chants and banners were the usual crowd of Jew-haters, including the seemingly ubiquitous plummy-voiced woman with long grey hair who some months ago tried the caper of boarding Tube trains to recite Israel-libelling "poetry" to the travelling public.
At the end two usual suspects tell proudly how they disrupted the concert, and boast that the concert hall's staff were obviously on their side.
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Did you attend this concert or know someone who did?ReplyDelete
Do you want to help stop similar disruptions in the future?
Then please contact email@example.com (UK Lawyers for Israel).
The only way to deal with people like that is to punch them in the face as hard as you can.ReplyDelete
No doubt quite cathartic but will land you in court . The only real solution is to persuade venues , stores etc to press charges on the grounds of aggravated trespass . The police and CPS cannot prosecute unless a victim comes forward and is prepared to testify in court . A conviction would result in a criminal record which would be a problem for the few miscreants in gainful employment . Unfortunately the venues just see each disruption as a one off to be weathered , rather than involve themselves in the minor inconvenience of going to court .
Is there something equivalent to civil rights laws that could be used against them? The attendees of the concert have a civil right to hear the concert which under American law would be violated by these protesters. Substantial prison sentences could result from civil rights violations in the US.ReplyDelete