I met with Tommy Robinson in London’s Belmarsh prison today. I flew all the way from Canada, because I didn’t trust anyone else to answer the question: is he being mistreated in prison?
But I’m pleased to say, his treatment is better this time.
But even in today's visit, the prison guards tried to pull a fast one — at the last minute, they said I would have to visit with Tommy separated by a window, and we’d have to talk with each other on phones.
I told them that was unreasonable, that was a change in policy, and it was an ambush — and a very bad sign, and that I would tell the whole world about it, if the prison didn’t immediately back down.
That prison guard quickly consulted her boss, and came back and announced that we could meet face-to-face after all.
But that little bump in the road scared me.
Things are fine today — although as you'll see from my report, conditions are far from ideal.
But what if they change tomorrow? Last time Tommy was in prison, he was safe in the hospital wing of the Hull prison for the first week. But then suddenly he was moved to HMP Onley, where he was deliberately put in such danger that the prison governor threw him in a terrible solitary confinement cell, and claimed it was for his own safety.
That’s my chief worry now — that Tommy will suddenly be moved to a more dangerous place.
I’ll be filing another video on my journey tomorrow.
You can see all of my videos on the subject at PrisonReports.com