Paddy Hogg is a former member of the North Lanarkshire Council, previously elected to represent the ward of Cumbernauld East, just outside of Glasgow.
In 2020, he was told he would not be allowed to speak publicly about the government's pandemic response at an anti-lockdown event.
Since then, Paddy Hogg was accused of being the leader of an anti-lockdown movement, and on 5 January, the police arrested him in an attempt to charge him under new COVID-19 laws.
Paddy Hogg is a former councillor, who was arrested for speaking at an anti-lockdown protest in 2020. With the help of Rebel News he's been fighting a legal battle against charges of culpable and reckless conduct ever since.— Rebel News UK (@RebelNews_UK) January 26, 2023
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They claim Paddy was recklessly endangering lives by organizing a lockdown protest, which they deemed a 'superspreader event.'
Hogg was not peddling conspiracy theories or speaking nonsense — although even if he were, this would still not justify silencing an elected representative of the people —yet, the Scottish government declared dogmatically what the truth was, leaving no room for discussion or debate!
So, Rebel News is fighting back on Hogg's behalf, but we need your help to restore justice and his right to challenge the thought police.
- LEGAL: We have hired a top-notch lawyer to defend Paddy and are crowdfunding his legal defence!
- CROWDFUNDING: Please donate to offset the cost of Paddy's legal fees on this page. Your generous donations also support our 100% viewer-funded independent journalism.
- JOURNALISM: Rebel News reporter Callum Smiles will keep you updated every step of the way on the court proceedings — you can follow all our coverage on this page.