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Mr. Robinson was held in solitary confinement for two and a half months, supposedly for his own protection, the only sound he could hear besides his own breathing was the Muslim inmates occasionally threatening to kill him.

His crime was reporting on the trial of convicted Muslim grooming gang members, in violation of a judges' gag order. His conviction was thrown out by the UK Supreme Court at one point but now the state is recharging him. He has also been kicked off of Facebook and is being threatened or harassed by a variety of far-leftists.

Many observers believe that he runs a very real chance of being killed while in prison for daring to push the envelope regarding organized criminal activities being carried out predominantly by "Asian" (the UK term) men.
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Hong Wu wrote:Mr. Robinson was held in solitary confinement for two and a half months, supposedly for his own protection

Why supposedly?

According to you, "many observers believe that he runs a very real chance of being killed" if placed in the general population.


:lol:
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The UK has lost its marbles. Tommy Robinson is internationally known now, and his prosecution is clearly politically motivated. It's good to see that Teresa May's abysmal leadership is exposed for all the world to see. She's a truly awful prime minister, and that's following David Cameron who may or may not have had a penis.
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If this fool, Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, ends up finishing his sentence he will no doubt be held in solitary confinement. But one has to realise that many of the screws are anti Muslim and this jerk will be treated very well by them. Very well. That's for certain.
But the old adage comes to mind.
Don't do the crime, if you can't do the time.



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blackjack21 wrote:Tommy Robinson is internationally known now

Well, that's because he's an international criminal.

Stephen Lennon, 30, pleaded guilty to possession of a false identity document with improper intention, contrary to the Identity Documents Act 2010, at Southwark Crown Court.

Lennon used a passport in the name of Andrew McMaster to board a Virgin Atlantic Flight from Heathrow to New York, but was caught out after his fingerprints were taken by customs officials.

He left the airport and entered the US illegally but left the country the following day, using his own passport to return to the UK.

The court heard that Lennon, who had previously been refused entry to the US, used his friend's passport to travel to the country in September.

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews ... sport.html

But don't worry, he's still a thug at the local level too:

A journalist has made a complaint to the police after the far-right activist Tommy Robinson appeared outside his house during the night, repeatedly knocking on the door and windows and demanding to speak to him.

Robinson, who is an adviser to the Ukip leader, Gerard Batten, filmed himself outside the Luton home of Mike Stuchbery, who often writes about far-right issues.

In the footage, which was livestreamed online, Robinson, whose real name is Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, demanded to speak to Stuchbery and promised to return on other nights.

Robinson gave Stuchbery’s street address and threatened to give out the home addresses of other journalists, saying: “I’m going to make a documentary that exposes every single one of you, every single detail about every one of you. Where you live, where you work, everything about you is going to be exposed.”

In a series of tweets sent at the time, Stuchbery said he remained in the house and called the police. Robinson went away when officers attended the scene, but according to Stuchbery, he then returned at 5am, asking again to be let in.

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/201 ... y-robinson
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A study of about 600 Twitter accounts, which are tied to the Russian government, found significant numbers of them had tweeted prolifically in Robinson’s defence. Only 40 per cent of his online supporters were UK users while 35 per cent of them were from the US with the remainder split between countries including Australia, Canada, Germany, France, New Zealand and Netherlands. Tommy Robinson has lost his Facebook and Instagram over the alleged Russian web connections. Rei pointed this out some years ago.

Separate research from US-based Alliance for Securing Democracy’s Hamilton 68 dashboard, which tracks Russian Twitter bot trending patterns, found the hashtag #FreeTommy charting at number two, #TommyRobinson at number three and #FreeTommyRobinson at number four.
https://www.wired.co.uk/article/tommy-r ... itter-data
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Hong Wu wrote:Mr. Robinson was held in solitary confinement for two and a half months, supposedly for his own protection, the only sound he could hear besides his own breathing was the Muslim inmates occasionally threatening to kill him..

I say he should be treated like a normal prisoner...

In March 2019, the attorney general, Geoffrey Cox, decided that it is in the public interest to bring further proceedings against Robinson.A contempt charge had been quashed by the court of appeal in August 2018, and Robinson had been freed on bail pending new proceedings at the Old Bailey. But Nicholas Hilliard, the recorder of London had referred the case to attorney general Cox in October 2018 for further investigation. Cox acted on the referral and after further studies for five months, he decided to raise further proceedings against Robinson. The attorney general said about his action: "After carefully considering the details of this case, I have concluded there are strong grounds to bring fresh contempt of court proceedings against Stephen Yaxley-Lennon." He added: "As proceedings are now under way, it would not be appropriate to comment further and I remind everyone that it is an offence to comment on live court cases." The first hearing in this renewed case is due to take place at the High Court in London on 22 March 2019. Robinson reacted by alleging that this new procedure by the attorney general is part of "an ongoing state persecution of a journalist [Robinson], who exposes the [UK] government and establishment and all of their wrongs." Robinson could be sent to jail if he is found in contempt in this new trial.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tommy_R ... _(activist)
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Quoting the Guardian, PC wrote:A journalist has made a complaint to the police after the far-right activist Tommy Robinson appeared outside his house during the night, repeatedly knocking on the door and windows and demanding to speak to him.

Robinson, who is an adviser to the Ukip leader, Gerard Batten, filmed himself outside the Luton home of Mike Stuchbery, who often writes about far-right issues.

In the footage, which was livestreamed online, Robinson, whose real name is Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, demanded to speak to Stuchbery and promised to return on other nights.

Robinson gave Stuchbery’s street address and threatened to give out the home addresses of other journalists, saying: “I’m going to make a documentary that exposes every single one of you, every single detail about every one of you. Where you live, where you work, everything about you is going to be exposed.”

In a series of tweets sent at the time, Stuchbery said he remained in the house and called the police. Robinson went away when officers attended the scene, but according to Stuchbery, he then returned at 5am, asking again to be let in.

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/201 ... y-robinson


I follow Mike Stuchbery on Twitter. Since TR's visit, Mike's house was also visited by kickboxer Andrew Tate, another known far-right nutter.

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That's Mike Stuchbery's house in the background, btw.
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