With thanks to Gates of Vienna, Vlad Tepes, and Ava Lon for the translation.
I have been watching the case of Sebastien Jallamion for about long as Baron Bodissey, who, thankfully, has written the following introduction to the video. I am out of words.
We’ve posted previously about Sébastien Jallamion, a French policeman who was drummed out of the force for an anti-ISIS post on Facebook that was considered “hate speech”.
After he was cashiered, Mr. Jallamion was attacked by several “youths” and beaten very badly. Later he was prosecuted for his “crime”. Then, when his attackers were finally taken to court, they walked free after receiving the lightest possible slap on the wrist.
After his first prosecution, the judge refused to impose jail time. However, the prosecution appealed the leniency of the lower court, and the appeals court eventually imposed a fine that was engineered to ensure that Mr. Jallamion would go to prison — where Muslim criminals dominate, as they do throughout the prisons of Western Europe.
To avoid such a fate, Sébastien Jallamion chose exile in Switzerland. The following video was recorded from Swiss soil, timed to accompany the publication of his book.
Many thanks to Ava Lon for the translation, and to Vlad Tepes for the subtitling: