Pistorius lawyers condemn channel seven using re enactment video
Video of “channels 7-7,” a British channel which used satellite TV technology to air live programming, has been rewound after a petition calling for it to be dropped was passed to the British Broadcasting Corporation.
It described channels 7-7 as a “British channel on television,” a “Channel 7 production team,” and the channel as being “pro-Islamic State.”
The petition also said Channel 7 had used satellite television to broadcast what it said was “extremist views” for at least three hours before rewinding its show.
The petition was signed by over 140 people, and has received nearly 200 signatures.
The British broadcasting watchdog was told by a lawyer working for the channel it would be looking into the issue further.
But Channel Seven has said that it is proud to remain a private company with no commercial relationship with anyone on the planet.
It said it wants to maintain its independence and will not work with anyone on any other network.
“Channel 7 is privately owned – there is no licence from public bodies to anyone on any television 에스엠 카지노network,” a Channel Seven spokesman said in a statement, adding that in most cases it’s the broadcaster who gets involved if a particular channel is deemed to have gone too far.
“Channel Seven is an independent broadcaster with no commercial relationship with anyone on the planet, and has taken an incredibly cautious approach to copyright issues. No legal advice, whether from legal experts or channel executives, has ever been obtained that says that Channel 7 is somehow an expert in the use of satellite transmissions on television to present radical jihadist content and views, or that anything we do there in any way suggests endorsement of that content.”
The lawyer working for Channel 7, who asked that his name not be used to protect his client, told BBC Trending he is upset at what he describes as a government-supported attack on free speech.
“This has been going on for three years now – there’s no other evidence of this,” he said. “The law in Britain really protects the right to freedom of speech when they’re on TV on Sky