The British judge has imposed a gag order on this case, resulting in numerous mainstream media outlets taking down their stories, as the British government doubles down in its war against the freedom of speech. But according to a report from inside Britain, Tommy has been sentenced for 13 months in prison for violating the terms of an earlier suspended sentence, which was another anti-free-speech ruling: he was forbidden to report from outside trials of Muslim rape gangs.
He was doing just that when he was arrested yesterday, but that’s just a technicality. They don’t like him reporting outside Muslim rape gang trials because he tells the truth about them, the truth they are desperate to cover up. Whatever you may think of Tommy Robinson, this arrest is an outrage, and bodes ill for the future of Britain as a free society. Muslim rape gangs are still destroying the lives of non-Muslim girls in the UK, and UK authorities are far more concerned about silencing Tommy Robinson and other foes of jihad terror than they are about stopping those gangs.
The fear of being branded “racist” and “Islamophobic” has destroyed Britain as a free society. If Tommy is made to serve his full sentence and kept in the main prison population, he will almost certainly be killed by the Muslim inmates who rule British prisons. He must be freed. If he is not, his imprisonment is the death knell of free Britain. As I have said many times, and it has never been truer than it is now, the land of the Magna Carta is dead.
“‘I’ve done nothing’ Moment English Defence League founder Tommy Robinson was arrested while filming outside grooming trial,” by Abe Hawken, The Sun, May 25, 2018:
ENGLISH Defence League founder Tommy Robinson was today arrested on suspicion of breaching the peace while filming outside court.
The 35-year-old was at Leeds Crown Court on Friday morning and started a live feed on his Facebook page as a child grooming case continued.
Footage showed Mr Robinson being led to the back of a police van and he could be heard shouting to a friend: “Please, George, get me a solicitor, I’m on a suspended sentence, you see.”
The video, filmed on a smartphone, shows Mr Robinson – who was wearing a suit jacket – explain what is happening outside the court.
He said: “I’m being arrested for a breach of the peace. You’ve all watched this. Can you get me a solicitor?”
A police officer told him: “Do I understand what I’ve just told you? You’ve been arrested on suspicion of causing a breach to the peace.”
Another officer asked him to “turn off his live feed”.
Mr Robinson added: “I’m inciting people. How have I incited people? This is free speech; this is where we’re at. You’re not even allowed to.
“This is ridiculous. Lads, do you feel right about what you’re doing here? I haven’t said a word.
“In fact, someone laid a hand on me and assaulted me outside court. Other people swore at me and threatened me about my mother and here I am being arrested for saying nothing.
“I’ve done nothing. A breach of the peace, apparently I’m inciting on my video.”
Mr Robinson stepped into the back of the police van and officers closed the door….
West Yorkshire Police refused to comment on the arrest.
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