UK Sentences Activist, Tommy Robinson, to Prison for Reporting on Muslim Rape Gang. He May Be Murdered There by Prisoners.

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Tommy Robinson, a vocal critic of crime by Muslim immigrants, has been arrested for reporting on a Muslim rape gang. The planned ambush was designed to present him to a judge who revoked his suspended sentence, leaving him to serve 13 months. Because Tommy is well-known and a critic of Muslim crime, he is a marked man in prison and likely will be targeted by prisoners. -GEG

Tommy Robinson was arrested last Friday outside the courthouse in Leeds, while livestreaming about a Muslim grooming gang that preyed on native English girls as young as 11 years old. Tommy was immediately taken to court and sentenced to 13 months in prison.  This amounts to a death sentence, because Muslim prisoners have plotted his death during his prior incarcerations.

In 2016, a man who put bacon sandwiches at the door of a mosque was jailed for committing a “hate crime”, and he was found dead in his jail cell less than six months into his sentence.

Robinson was arrested under suspicion of “breaching the peace”, which means engaging in activity that is causing or MAY cause a violent situation.  If anything is threatened that some official say MAY lead to violence, free speech becomes a crime.  The arrest appeared to be planned, because half a dozen officers closed in on him and moved swiftly, even though he was not posing any threat. Bystanders at the arrest were warned that they, too, could be arrested for posting and sharing links to the livestream.

Articles and videos about Tommy Robinson’s arrest by the Daily Record, Birmingham Live, The Mirror, RT and even Breitbart News were taken down from the internet, and a court order mandated that there must be no reporting on Tommy until the trial of the Muslim gang is concluded.
On Saturday, following his arrest on Friday. thousands reportedly protested at Ten Downing Street, headquarters of the Government of the United Kingdom.

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Cross posted:
MFP Commentary:
Free Speech is also not tolerated in the US. In the past year I have been physically attacked by a Seymour cop (An Officer Mullins) and also a Seymour business owner for exercising my free speech. The cops protected the store owner, (which was crime unto itself) even though his assault, and theft were recorded on store cameras, and of course the cops did not even bother to investigate themselves when I was assaulted, tortured, and terrorized, by one of the criminals on their police force.
~MFP

http://missourifreepress.com/2018/05/28/uk-sentences-activist-tommy-robinson-to-prison-for-reporting-on-muslim-rape-gang-he-may-be-murdered-there-by-prisoners/

S Edwards
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S Edwards

Thank you for highlighting the case of Tommy Robinson. It is quite clear from the video in the report that he was not doing anything wrong other than reporting on a crime. This incident has raised awareness towards the many other arrests, the loss of jobs, the fears, facing the British public basically for just airing their views.

James
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James

I hope this is the last straw… This means war.

terry shead
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terry shead

Flipping disgrace, I always wonder what would happen if it had been whites doing this.

Kim Bruce
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Kim Bruce

Tommy was asking for a solicitor and he didn’t get one. All he got was a court appointed legal aid. This is so wrong!

Andrew
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Andrew

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0P79yZL56dM
Lets not forget the globalists hold on Brexit as well.

Connie D
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Connie D

Whilst I agree that the UK along with the rest of world is now a police state I think this forum should also bear in mind that Tommy Robinson was live-streaming footage of ‘alleged’ abusers entering court who are currently facing trial. The justice system operates on the presumption of innocence until proven guilty. The severity of the ‘alleged’ crimes is horrendous and one that should stir the blood of any rational human being and this is the point that seems to be missing from this article; the accused also have the right to be tried and convicted by a… Read more »