Tommy Robinson idømt 9 måneders fængsel – direkte livestream fra London

Ezra Levant:

Tommy Robinson has been sent back to prison — for the second time, for the “crime” of live-streaming his political commentary outside the trial of a rape gang in Leeds in 2018.

That political broadcast was deemed “contempt of court” even though it did not disrupt the trial, which successfully convicted the rapists.

Nonetheless, moments ago Dame Victoria Sharp and Justice Mark Warby sentenced Tommy to six months in prison. She also activated the previous suspended sentence against him, by a court in Canterbury back in 2017. That’s nine months.

By law, Tommy’s sentence will be reduced to take into account the time already served. In the end, the judge calculated, he’ll be sent to jail for 19 weeks, and let out half-way.

That’s more than two months in prison, for giving his opinions on Facebook. 

If a journalist in Russia or Venezuela were to be punished in this manner, we’d call him a political prisoner. 

So what do we call it when it happens in the UK? 

Yours truly,

Ezra Levant

P.S. To see all of my coverage on this terrible story, please visit Unlike the BBC and the rest of the sneering British media — who are jubilant right now — we’re 100% viewer supported at the Rebel. If you can, please click here to help cover the costs of my economy-class travel to come to London for all of Tommy’s court cases.

P.P.S. I just spoke to Tommy in the courtroom. He is disappointed, but he remains resolved and defiant. In fact, he’s already talking about what he’s going to do next.

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