As I told you earlier today, a constable from Tommy Robinson's hometown of Luton was also scheduled to testify today, at Tommy's trial in which he's accused Cambridgeshire police of harassing him and his family.
What many people outside the UK may not know is that, since football is such a hugely popular sport, special police units are assigned to follow teams from match to match, and inform local authorities if any fans are possible troublemakers, or "risks."
So it was significant today when Constable Mason of Luton testified that that day, Tommy had indeed been drinking only water, watching the match on the pub's television with his family, and was definitely not a "risk."
In other words, the Cambridgeshire police had little reason to frogmarch Tommy and his children out of the pub and over to the train station.
I'm on my way back to Canada now. However, Tommy promises that as soon as the judge renders her verdict, I'll be the first to know — and I'll share the news with you.
Thank you again for your support! I couldn't have come all the way to the UK to cover this important case without it.
And please watch all my reports at TommyTrial.com.