ANTI-lockdown protester Debbie Hicks is due to find out tomorrow, Thursday, if she is being charged with an offence after allegedly filming a video at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital.
Hicks, 46, one of the organisers of the so-called Stroud Freedom Rally in November, shared a video on social media at Christmas claiming it showed the hospital was not busy with Covid patients.
Speaking on the video, Hicks says: “Where are all the people dying and where is the mutant virus? I can’t see the evidence and neither can the public watching.”
In a statement issued at the time, Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust condemned the video and corrected Hicks’ inaccurate statements.
Hicks was arrested at her home in Stroud on suspicion of committing a public order offence on Tuesday, December 29 and released on bail.
She is due to report back to police tomorrow, Thursday, January 21, to find out whether or not she is being charged.