Pam Barker | Director of TLB Europe Reloaded Project
Due to some prior travel commitments, ER got behind the ball on the Tommy Robinson story breaking at the end of this week, so we’re making up for it here. In ascending order is RT‘s original report on the topic, which got subsequently banned along with certain others in the MSM by a British government D notice and which can now be found in archived form. Below also is Stefan Molyneux‘s 8 minute video reaction to the story. An update on the story, dated today from the Hull Daily Mail, a local daily in the UK, is that Robinson has been sent to Hull jail: Tommy Robinson supporters say he is in ‘grave danger’ in Hull Prison. This is copied below in case it gets banned, too.
Hull jail is a category B jail – a closed prison but not of the maximum security type, category A for the most serious offenses related to murder, violence and terrorism. The jail incarcerates people but it’s also a prison where those arrested while awaiting trial are sent, i.e. held on remand.
See this report from The Gateway Pundit for a list of media sources who were ordered to take the story down: Orwell’s Nightmare: Articles About Tommy Robinson’s Arrest Rapidly Scrubbed From the Internet. Orwellian, indeed.
Tommy Robinson supporters say he is in ‘grave danger’ in Hull Prison
The former EDL leader was taken to the Hedon Road jail after being arrested on Friday
- 05:00, 27 MAY 2018
Supporters of former EDL leader Tommy Robinson are urging people to write to him in Hull Prison – where they say he is in “grave danger”.
Robinson, whose real name is Stephen Lennon, was taken to the Hedon Road jail after being arrested in Leeds on Friday.
He had been filming men entering Leeds Crown Court, where a grooming trial is taking place.
Robinson was arrested for allegedly breaching the peace after an hour of broadcasting.
As he was being bundled into a police van, Robinson was heard to say: He said: “This is ridiculous. I haven’t said a word. I’ve done nothing. This isn’t contempt of court. You are allowed to do this, aren’t you?”
Contempt of court is a criminal offence that can see people jailed for speeches or publications that create a “substantial risk that the course of justice in the proceedings in question will be seriously impeded or prejudiced.”
Posting on Facebook, Helen Lel Gower wrote: “Due to the reporting restrictions set down by the Judge, I am unable to report on anything said or done in the Court room.
Tommy Robinson arrested for ‘breach of the peace’ after chasing down accused child abusers
Tommy Robinson has been arrested in Leeds court for reporting on grooming gangs. More updates to follow pic.twitter.com/iEPDoNOKHM
— Caolan Robertson (@CaolanRob) May 25, 2018
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