March 12, 2019

“I'm angry”: Police treatment of Tommy Robinson and his family was “clearly abusive conduct”

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

I’ve spent the day at the trial of Tommy Robinson vs. the Cambridgeshire Police.

It’s a case where Tommy is actually fighting back.

He’s suing the police, claiming they harassed and abused him — and more importantly, claiming they harassed Tommy’s young children, when they were all out together as a family for a carnival and football day.

Tommy captured the exchange on his cell phone camera. And it’s brutal.

The police harass Tommy, demanding that he leave a restaurant with his kids — or they’d arrest him. When Tommy reluctantly complied, the police then demanded that Tommy actually leave the city — and they frog-marched him to the train station.

We watched all this in court today.

I had seen this videotape before, and it’s clearly abusive conduct by the police.

But to watch it again, on this first day of the trial — with those same abusive police just feet away — was a revolting experience.

They gleefully tormented Tommy’s children; they delighted in the pain and screams of Tommy’s kids.

It was appalling.

And equally disgusting is that the Cambridgeshire Police, instead of disciplining these cops, is actually defending them.

The police lawyer, Adam Clemens, actually tried to paint Tommy as a bad father.

It was sick.

I can see why Tommy wanted me to come to Peterborough, UK, to cover this case. Because these humiliations and abuses directed at his family will not be reported by the mainstream press in the UK.

It’s important that the truth gets out.

I have been “live-tweeting” from the court all day, and I will continue to do so for the next two days.

And I have uploaded several videos about the trial to TommyTrial.com — you can see them all there.

P.S. I am crowdfunding my airfare and other expenses for this project. If you can help me, please do so at TommyTrial.com — thank you.

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commented 2019-03-13 03:46:32 -0400
Colin Washington it is quite the paradox that they seem to have so many to push their ideology but none around for actual crime.
commented 2019-03-12 22:23:12 -0400
We are informed by many that there aren’t enough police officers to check all the stabbings occurring in London and other UK areas. I constantly see videos, including the one on Tommy Robinson’s phone, where there are as many as eight policemen to deal with one unarmed citizen who eventually drives off without any charges. Obviously, police commissioners, top police officers, probation officers, and public prosecution are taking orders from thugs and corrupt officials in office.
commented 2019-03-12 22:14:01 -0400
Be very aware people there are very nasty, corrupt people in the UK and the western world as a whole. There are dictators (know it all’s) attempting to run our countries and change the democratic process we have enjoyed, worked for, and suffered for, for many years.
commented 2019-03-12 17:51:57 -0400
Keith Barnes they were harassed because the cops and the people in power are pathetic cowards.
commented 2019-03-12 16:54:37 -0400
Tommy’s Wife and Children are not involved with Tommy’s activities, why were they harassed?
commented 2019-03-12 14:36:31 -0400
They’ll always be an England. I ’m afraid that may not be the case given the obvious loss of freedom and lack of adherence to the historical law the country was built on.
commented 2019-03-12 13:15:00 -0400
The police seem to have gleaned part of their training from watching A Clockwork Orange. Maybe, as in the film, punks are rehabilitated by giving them jobs as police?

I have seen a good many videos of UK police over extending their authority and inventing laws as they go. One example is two men, tourists, on a public walk passing a public display of a tank at a military training facility. They stayed on the sidewalk, took a few photos, and did not climb the fence. They continued their walk. Next thing they are approached by an army officer and then surrounded by police demanding all sorts of things from them. Next the police are hauling them off under a nonsense charge. When they saw the officer coming at them they started video recording the incident.

If you record a police station, or a police car going down the street, or police in action expect to be interrogated, be demanded (illegally) to provide your ID, and possibly detained for “suspicion of terrorism”. You are on public ground and just standing there with a camera or cell phone.
commented 2019-03-12 12:53:26 -0400
“The law is a ass – a idiot.”

“It was all Mrs. Bumble. She would do it," urged Mr. Bumble; first looking round, to ascertain that his partner had left the room.

That is no excuse," returned Mr. Brownlow. “You were present on the occasion of the destruction of these trinkets, and, indeed, are the more guilty of the two, in the eye of the law; for the law supposes that your wife acts under your direction.”

If the law supposes that," said Mr. Bumble, squeezing his hat emphatically in both hands, "the law is a ass — a idiot. If that’s the eye of the law, the law is a bachelor; and the worst I wish the law is, that his eye may be opened by experience — by experience.”
Charles Dickens, from “Oliver Twist”

Is Dickens wisdom even applicable in modern Britain’s corrupt and alien ‘justice’ system?
Where’s the Magna Carta, where’s Blackstone’s Commentaries, hell, where did British Common Law go?!
Has Justice’ eyes been unblinded?
Hang your heads in shame Britain, you’ve lost the Greatness…
commented 2019-03-12 12:37:46 -0400
I assume you are not allowed to video the court proceeding, which is unfortunate in this case. It would be very “educational” to have seen the expressions on the officers faces as they viewed their handiwork.

Here’s hoping the court makes an example of the police in this case.
commented 2019-03-12 12:33:43 -0400
More of this needs to happen. Especially when the cops see Antifact attacking someone and do nothing.