Who is Debbie Hicks? Wiki, Bio, Arrested, Family, Career, Net Worth, Many More Facts You Need To Know

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While Debbie Hicks was walking around the Gloucester Royal Hospital on Monday, she said the hospital was ‘closed’ and ‘died’ and was arrested 24 hours later by two officers who visited her home in Stroud in her robe.

An anti-lockdown protester and comrade of Jeremy Corbyn’s anti-vaxxer brother Piers was arrested for filming at the hospital and claimed that the coronavirus epidemic was a ‘huge hoax’ because he shared footage on social media.

Debbie Hicks Fast Facts

  • Debbie Hicks filmed herself wandering around Gloucester Hospital on Monday 
  • She was arrested by police on Tuesday for an alleged public order offence
  • Hospital deny her claims that wards are empty and pandemic is a ‘massive scam’ 
  • Ms Hicks was a Labour council candidate  who said the 2017 Manchester terror attack was ‘wonderful timing for Theresa May’ 
  • She was charged under coronavirus act at an anti-lockdown event last month 

Debbie Hicks Arrested

In the eight-minute film watched by 158,000 people on Facebook, ‘Are we placed in Level 3 for this? This is a shame. I saw less than 20 people. He died completely in an empty hospital with his wards and lights off.

Where do all humans die and where is the mutant virus? I can’t see the evidence and the public can’t watch it either. That’s why we were robbed over Christmas’.

Royal Hospital Gloucester backfired and insisted the wards were ‘overly busy’ and accused him of ‘trespassing’ and upsetting patients waiting in A&E.

Local Tory MP Siobham Baillie said: “It is terrifying that our Gloucestershire Hospital Trust was spending precious time on social media during this difficult epidemic to defend against movies that claim the hospital is empty.”

Gloucestershire recorded 1,286 positive cases last week – below the national average – NHS chiefs claimed there were more than 200 Covid patients at the hospital where Ms Hicks was filming.

The public is not allowed to film inside a UK hospital – or patients – without prior permission.

Ms Hicks traveled through the corridors along the A&E and looked at the various wards without masks and told the people who stopped her that she was exempt from wearing them.

In an angry conversation, he said, “ You shouldn’t ask me that. This is none of your business. Two stupid women ask why I don’t cover their faces. I’m not in the mood for these bulls today.

The activist was arrested at her home Tuesday on suspicion of a public order crime, in which two officers tried to handcuff her with her dressing gown.

He shared the video yesterday after he was bailed out and banned from all NHS property as long as he didn’t get sick: ‘Wake the world up – how much Orwellian and Nazi went through it because they shared a video of an empty hospital.

This officer rushed into my house at Christmas and arrested me when I wasn’t dressed in front of my family. I was in my nightgown with nothing underneath when an officer bandit tried to drag me while I was arrested while aggressively arresting me and bending my hands behind me in handcuffs.

Ms. Hicks took the side of the Labor Party in the 2017 local elections after the Manchester terrorist attack claimed it was ‘a great time for Theresa May’ – the terrorist attack that claimed 23 lives and injured more than 800 people could help win the Tories votes. suggests.

An active supporter of Piers Corbyn and his ‘Rally of Freedom’ movement attends the protests in London with him and poses for a selfie in the Tube, wearing a party hat as a mask.

Mr. Corbyn tweeted the video of his arrest today, writing the headline “Fascism”.

He was arrested at the Freedom Rally in Stroud in November. He was charged with the coronavirus crime and will appear before the Cheltenham Magistrate’s Court on February 22.

Gloucestershire Police said he was arrested under Section 4A of the Public Order Act – meaning he is accused of intentional harassment, alarm or nuisance to people while filming the hospital.

A spokesperson said: ‘After a series of reports of an online video taken by a public at the Gloucestershire Royal Hospital, officers arrested a 46-year-old woman on suspicion of public order crime.

‘The woman was on bail to return to the police on 21 January on the condition that she could not enter any NHS premises or the grounds of such premises unless there was an emergency or attended a pre-determined NHS appointment.

The hospital said they were busy despite the images.

A spokesperson said: ‘Our hospitals are extremely busy and still ongoing, and our colleagues at both hospitals work hard during the festive period to take care of our patients.

Contrary to what you may have seen from ‘hidden shots’ on Facebook, our hospitals are extremely busy and still busy.

We are currently caring for over 200 patients with COVID-19, including most of those in need of treatment in our critical care departments and more than 500 patients without COVIDs.

Filming patients waiting without their consent at A&E is both intrusive and upsetting, as the key to our hospitals being a safe space to get the care you need is key to ensuring patient privacy.

We cannot stress enough how important it is to continue to follow hands-on-face-area guidance to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and protect the most vulnerable in our community in Gloucestershire.

‘Our trust and our colleagues at the NHS are dedicated to taking care of you around the clock, every day of the year.

“We know that the vast majority of our local community in Gloucestershire appreciate our NHS’s outstanding dedication and expertise, and we are extremely grateful to all of you for your continued support.”