| Stephen Fry |
|Born||24 August 1957|
|Alma mater||Queens' College (Cambridge)|
Stephen John Fry is an English actor, broadcaster, comedian, director and writer.
He is one of the signatories of the Falsely Accused Individuals for Reform (FAIR) "a group of individual supporters, some of whom have been falsely accused of sexual offences, who campaign for justice and law reform," lobbying for anonymity before charge in relation to sexual offences. Fry criticized the "fly-paper tactics" which he said have been used by police and prosecutors in publicising the names of well-known suspects in the hope it may attract more alleged victims. Fry previously spoke out on the issue, saying in an interview in 2014:"If they’re guilty then quite clearly there should (be) evidence … but they shouldn’t be hung out like fly paper to try to attract other… 'Oh yeah, I think he touched me too when I was that age'."
|In April 2020, Fry made an "explainer video" pushing for lockdowns, social distancing, tracing, and ultimately mass vaccination. The messaging illustrates how the jabs from very the beginning were the objective of the operation.|
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