So far, much of the testimony at Tommy Robinson's trial against police harassment has been given by Cambridgeshire police officers, who serve the area where Tommy says the incident took place.
However, today we're expecting a constable from Luton to take the stand. This is important because Luton is Tommy's home town, so officers in that city may have a different take on what transpired that day...
I'm told the ruling is due to be handed down tomorrow. I won't be here to cover it live — I simply have to return to my duties as Rebel Commander. But Tommy assures me that he'll tell me the judge's decision as soon as he learns it himself, and I'll report it to you at that time.
Thank you again for helping me fly to the UK to cover this case. It's been my privilege bringing you the other side of the story, especially since few members of the United Kingdom's "Media Party" were here to cover it themselves.
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