In December 2016, one Jonathan Hoffman filed a formal complaint with the House of Lords alleging that a talk I gave at that institution (at which Mr. Hoffman was not present) was "anti-Semitic".
His allegations have also appeared online and in the media.
After a three month inquiry, on 15 March 2017, The House of Lords' Committee for Privileges and Conduct
published HL Paper 142, which dismissed his complaints, as did the Charity Commission in a previous, similar complaint.
Since he and other pro-Israel saboteurs continue to smear me to bar me from speaking, the HOL complaint merits my specific response beyond the HoL paper clearing my name.
Following are the points of the complaint exactly as they appears in HL Paper 142, followed by my responses. (For clarity, I have moved superfluous content of his complaint to here.)
— Tom Suarez, 4 May, 2017