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Amnesty will have Radio24syv to pull the satire back

Amnesty International does not find the satire in the program "The Short Radioavis" on Radio24syv particularly amusing. At least not when it goes out of the Amalie Garden, which is a campaign for the organization.

for a long time has Radio24syvs satireprogram "The Short Radioavis" made phone calls to the activist and contributor Amalie Garden, in which the shape of Kirsten Birgit Schiøtz Kretz Hørsholm prosecutor Have to be a "helligfrans".

It has, according to Mads Brügger, head on Radio24syv, got Amnesty International to complain to the radio. It writes Jyllands-Posten.

Amnesty International has approached to us and asked us to complain and pull the satire back. They write that if we do not, then they will send their attorney after us, " says Mads Brügger to Jyllands-Posten.

He is baffled by the complaint.

Amalie Have criticised Luke Graham to release a cover version of rapper XXXTentacions number "Sad".

the Band pulled the song back, after that Amalie Have encouraged its 86.000 followers to ask Luke Graham on why he supported a rapper, who several times had been reported for violence against women, including his pregnant ex-girlfriend.

In the program have the fictional journalist Kirsten Birgit Schiøtz Kretz Hørsholm looked Amalie Haves Spotify playlist through and found artists who are accused of murder and violence.

- We made a satire about the hypocrisy, she creates by encouraging people to boycott the book of Luke, Graham, while she listens to other artists which can be put into the same category, says Mads Brügger to Jyllands-Posten.

He stresses that Radio24syv is not going to pull a few back.

- It comes as a shock to me, to Amnesty International, which I perceived as to be the guarantor of freedom of expression and the press is beginning to threaten a radio show with their attorney and require that the contents be withdrawn, says Mads Brügger to Jyllands-Posten.

Amalie Garden has for several years been behind the feminist activism and is a sharp critic of voldtægtskultur, violence against women and minorities.

Amalie Garden was even raped in 2014 and has since then worked with to create more awareness and justice for the victims of rape.

She is in a campaign for Amnesty International and acting in the organization's report on rape victims, which was released a few weeks ago.

Amnesty press officer given to the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten, it is time to investigate the matter and, therefore, do not want to comment at this time.

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