May 25, 2018

Tommy Robinson sentenced to a year in prison: The shocking facts UK authorities are trying to keep secret

Rebel Staff

Tommy Robinson was arrested today in Leeds, in the UK, outside the court.

A few hours later he was sentenced to 13 months in prison.

I’ve never heard of that before.

Normally, there’s an alleged offence; then an arrest; then the lawyers get involved; then a first court appearance; and maybe bail; and then disclosure of documents; then a trial; then a conviction; then a sentence. Normally that takes months; maybe years.

It happened today in a few hours.

And while Tommy Robinson is the man who was condemned, I think the UK courts committed murder of their own reputation for liberty and law.

TONIGHT I'll show you exactly what happened. There is a publication ban on this story in the United Kingdom. But the Rebel Media is based in North America, which is why I’m free to talk about it.

Tommy was arrested for causing a disturbance. But in fact, he had just been talking into his cell phone, doing a Facebook video livestream, for one hour.

He was doing journalism — standing outside a court house where a Muslim rape gang was on trial.

Tommy had asked a few tough questions of two Muslim men who were on trial, and who were in court today to hear the verdict on their trial for raping white girls and forcing them into prostitution.

The entire interaction was very brief; it was aggressive, sure. But the men went away quickly — they were just walking into court. There is no rule against hollering at an accused rapist.

And Tommy was very careful throughout his broadcast to call them only accused or alleged criminals. And he was careful about where he stood, because he was held in contempt of court a year ago for doing what every other journalist does: reporting from courthouse steps.

So he was very careful this time. It didn't matter.

The court docket says he's charged for contempt of court — not the breach of the peace that the cops said when they arrested him.

On the court docket I'll show you, you can also see Muslim names — that’s the alleged rape gang members. Apparently the names were subject to a publication ban — but it is a fact that other media had published these names in public.

That’s what they used to arrest Tommy for: For saying those names.

Tommy's long-standing lawyers were not notified of his arrest. Instead, Tommy was rushed into court that moment; given a court-appointed lawyer who was neither an expert in contempt of court law, nor familiar with Tommy or his legal history.

And the hearing was held in a matter of minutes.

Tommy got a longer sentence for reporting on rape gangs, than many rape gangs themselves receive.

What scares me most about this is that sentencing Tommy to a year in prison in the UK is really like a death sentence — most prisons are run by Muslim gangs, any of which would take it as a religious duty to murder Tommy.

There are literally 23,000 jihadis, that is, holy warriors, suspected of being terrorist sleepers — that are known to be in the UK. So the authorities are paralyzed by fear — afraid of being called Islamophobic, and even more afraid of violence from the 23,000 enemies within.

Not Tommy. He speaks truth to power; he’s motivated by a big heart.

But he’s inconvenient.

So he was thrown away today.

And you know what?

It’s almost just as well that the mainstream media were censored — because all they’d have done would be to celebrate, to cheer. On Twitter, the jubilation of Tommy’s opponents was unrestrained. And they were thrilled that he will surely be killed in prison.

Tommy doesn’t work for us anymore, but I spoke to his family and his lawyer, and I’ve offered to help them crowdfund his legal fees, even though we don’t have a formal connection.

I’ll let you know what they say — when I last spoke with them, they hadn’t actually even had a chance to talk with Tommy yet, not even his lawyer.

If they want our help, we’ll help them — even though he’s not with us anymore.

Because he is still the biggest rebel in the whole of the UK.

And he’s not just fighting for his own freedom — he’s fighting for all of ours.

Whether he takes our financial help or not, we’ll be doing our best journalistically to support him.

I just wish the mainstream media would too — and mainstream conservatives.

It’s Tommy today — it’s them tomorrow...

TONIGHT'S GUESTS: Toronto Sun columnist Anthony Furey on Toronto's plan to turn college dorms into refugee centres; then Catherine Swift of Working Canadians, about union support for the NDP.

FINALLY: Your messages to me.


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commented 2018-05-26 05:09:21 -0400
Andrew the suspended portion was 3 months, now try doing some math in your washed brain. And he did not violate any part of it. BOYCOTT THE UK!
commented 2018-05-26 04:45:35 -0400
Excellent comment from Twitter handle Forest Barlow
“Britain only exists in museums now.”
commented 2018-05-26 04:18:57 -0400
Andrew i am sure you can make something up like you usually do.
commented 2018-05-26 04:16:59 -0400
Andrew defending scumbag rapists and communism like a good sheep.
commented 2018-05-26 04:04:36 -0400
This is not liberalism. It is Islamism.
commented 2018-05-26 02:42:36 -0400
Judge Heather Norton
commented 2018-05-26 01:55:53 -0400
I’m simply hearth broken for Tommy. I’ll pray that nothing happens to him. I swear that, after a few trips to London and the UK in the past, I’ll never spend one more penny in that country and I’ll talk against it to everyone I know. The judge that sentenced Tommy is a shame to humanity. We are way too polite and docile in the West, while the 5Ps are destroying everything, including human rights. We have to rebel before it becomes a blood bath.
commented 2018-05-26 01:48:39 -0400
That was dedicated to you Tommy Robinson..Hang in there Brother…piss on the rest and keep six for pallbearers…
commented 2018-05-26 01:40:20 -0400
commented 2018-05-26 01:24:34 -0400
The more good people know about this typical move of liberalism…the better for Tommy and other victims of the same horse shit liberalism crap..Strength in numbers always matter..that’s how the bad guy’s think..trick is…you gotta know who the bad guys are..
commented 2018-05-26 01:08:13 -0400
Sam Hill—I have been reading about how Muslims have taken over places like London for years. Your excellent post accurately explains how the Police are taken out of their jobs of protecting these towns.
Weak Police Chiefs are also problem in Canada.
commented 2018-05-26 01:03:02 -0400
commented 2018-05-26 00:56:54 -0400
Let’s hope there is a few in the block that are on Tommy’s side..
commented 2018-05-26 00:49:19 -0400
I see the Star Chambers are back:

“The Star Chamber (Latin: Camera stellata) was an English court of law which sat at the royal Palace of Westminster, from the late 15th century to the mid-17th century (c. 1641), and was composed of Privy Councillors and common-law judges, to supplement the judicial activities of the common-law and equity courts in civil and criminal matters. The Star Chamber was originally established to ensure the fair enforcement of laws against socially and politically prominent people so powerful that ordinary courts would probably hesitate to convict them of their crimes. However, it became synonymous with social and political oppression through the arbitrary use and abuse of the power it wielded.”

commented 2018-05-26 00:49:12 -0400
Andrew Stephenson commented
“Maybe he should have obeyed the terms of his “suspended sentence” probation, then.

Judge tells Robinson, we’ll let you go before serving your sentence, but you must obey these rules.
Robinson: (Breaks the rules)
Judge: Back to jail you go!
Rebel: Waaaaa fascist police state! (panhandles for money). "

Leftard troll.
commented 2018-05-26 00:25:04 -0400
maybe its sunday 27?
commented 2018-05-26 00:14:59 -0400
“What terms of his ‘suspended sentence’ was Tommy breaking? "

Don’t know, but whatever they were, he appears to have broken them.

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liza rosie commented 1 hour ago
He didn’t break any rules, and was picked up off the street for doing not one thing against any law." And he’s not going to jail for breaking the law, he;’s going to jail to serve the remainder of some previously sentenced jail time that he got suspended as long as he behaved himself.
commented 2018-05-25 23:38:04 -0400
ANDREW STEPHENSON commented 1 hour ago
Maybe he should have obeyed the terms of his “suspended sentence” probation, then.

What terms of his ‘suspended sentence’ was Tommy breaking?
commented 2018-05-25 23:37:09 -0400
Tommy says that if a muslim is arrested for rape, a imam and 200 muslims show up at police station and demand the release of said rapist or they will burn down the town. So the cops release the rapist. muslims are 5% of pop, what happens when they are 10 or 20%. So you are now seeing the result of the pussification of the west. That is bad enough, but little potato wants to bring in even more. I don’t know what happenned, but my generation would have never tolerated this.
commented 2018-05-25 23:21:22 -0400
Andrew, nobody is panhandling for money. Tommy’s people haven’t asked and Ezra hasn’t set anything up. However if there is need there are many who will willingly contribute, from many counties I might add, and unsolicited.

The mutaween think they are silencing Tommy and shushing his followers, and that if they can ‘disappear’ him, the world will forget Tommy Robinson and the number one pain in their Islamist butts will be gone. Boy have they miscalculated.
commented 2018-05-25 23:06:49 -0400
Looks like they want to ….. the messenger…Now we have political correct mental illness… too add to the liberal mental illness and so on….Thank goodness we have President Trump as a neighbor to Canada…
commented 2018-05-25 23:02:57 -0400
It was a criticism of Fraser’s comment. I completely understand the sentiment. However regarding it being ill advised under the circumstances (because of the charge levelled at the scene) I stand by my criticism.