UPDATE: Did you see our new “Justice for Chelsey” billboard? It just went up in Chelsey’s home town of Sunderland. IT’S HUGE!
It’s a way to drive home our message that we will not stop until justice is done. We’ve had march after march — each bigger than the last. More than 115,000 people have signed our petition.
And now, 24 hours a day, this massive sign will remind the police and the Crown Prosecution Service that the whole country is watching.
This billboard isn’t cheap — it’s £1,263. But I think it’s worth it. If you agree, please click here to chip in — if we raise more, we can keep it up longer, or buy other ads too.
UPDATE: Top lawyer joins "Justice For Chelsey" campaign
Published on June 14, 2017 - Today we’re doing something to attain justice for Chelsey. Not just raising awareness through petitions and marches. But actually doing something: we’re hiring a top lawyer to pursue the case.
This is a big undertaking — it could take months. Our lawyer has generously offered to reduce his fee. But it will still take tens of thousands of pounds to get Justice for Chelsey.
Will you help her? Please click here to donate now.
Join Tommy Robinson at Sunderland “Justice for Chelsey” rally: Saturday, June 10
Please join us for our next march in Sunderland on Saturday, June 10, to march with Chelsey Wright.
We’re meeting at The Charltons Pub, at 14 Hendon Road, at 11 am.
At 1 pm, we’ll walk solemnly through the streets of the city, and end at the police station.
That’s where we will deliver even more signatures from the petition you signed.
Published on May 19, 2017 - Tommy Robinson leads a 1000+ strong march on Sunday, May 13, in Sunderland, demanding justice for Muslim gang rape survivor Chelsey Wright.
On September 4, 2016, Chelsey Wright, a young mother of three woke up on the floor of a stranger's bedroom. She had been undressed, she had been assaulted and she quickly realised she had been raped.
The unknown assailant wouldn't let Chelsey out the room, he beat her and laughed at her attempts to escape.
But as he let another man into the room, Chelsey managed to escape. A witness, who spoke to the Rebel, heard screaming and when she went to the window saw men running after her, pulling her by her hair and dragging her back into the house before she fought her way back out.
The next day Chelsey underwent a full rape exam, which uncovered two counts of semen, one of them inside her body. The exam also showed extensive injuries and traces of Rohypnol. All this occurred, yet the police made no convictions.
The police initially arrested six Syrian and Iraqi "refugees" but quickly released them, even moving them into a safe house.
The police have even now dropped the case.
It has been left to Chelsey and her community to seek justice, organising marches and meetings with police and local councillors. (The next march is scheduled for Saturday, May 13, in Sunderland.)
But none of this has worked and the authorities have consistently failed to fully investigate the case, even ignoring witness testimonies.
We believe the case needs further investigation and we must demand that Independent Police and Crime Commissioner Vera Baird DBE QC personally intervene to ensure that justice is done.
If you want to see justice for Chelsey and to prevent more cases like hers, please sign the petition below today.
We demand that the Police and Crime Commissioner Vera Baird personally oversee a full investigation into the rape of Chelsey Wright and see that charges are brought.