Ezra Levant reports from Tommy Robinson’s latest hearing at the Old Bailey criminal court in London.
Tommy can’t trust the mainstream media to report fairly on his trial. At Tommy’s request, Ezra has attended Tommy’s previous court dates, and he’ll keep covering this travesty of justice until Tommy is finally free.
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Ezra reviews the days events in London, both outside and inside the courts.
Ezra explains why Tommy Robinson's re-trial on Sept 27/18 was only a 20-minute hearing.
After leaving the courtroom, Tommy greeted over a thousand supporters. Many had come from as far away as Hong Kong and Australia. Ezra interviews Tommy amongst all his fans outside the court.
Ezra speaks to former Rebel Gavin McInnes outside the London courtroom after Tommy Robinson's courtdate on September 27, 2018.
September 27, 2018
Ezra reports on the crowd outside the London courtroom for Tommy Robinson's retrial on Sept 27, 2018.
Tommy Robinson is being sent back to trial on Thursday, September 27th. And they’re coming for him with a vengeance.
The government is actually alleging that he prejudiced a Muslim rape gang trial back in May. As in, they claim that Tommy could have wrecked the case, and set those accused rapists free. But we know that’s a lie; he didn’t prejudice the trial; the trial concluded successfully. That’s not a matter of opinion; it’s a fact.
But they want to put Tommy away again. So the trial is actually happening, again. On Thursday, September 27th at the Old Bailey central criminal courts.
Tommy asked me to come to court again to report on the proceedings — because he doesn’t trust the mainstream media to tell the truth. Because they don’t. They’re like jackals.
If you can help me cover my airfare and hotel, I’d be grateful. It’s important that even just one journalist in court that day tells it like it is.
Ezra Levant speaks with Tommy Robinson at his home in Luton, after his release from prison. This is Tommy's first official interview since his release. They speak about Tommy's mistreatment in custody, which Ezra believes could qualify as torture.
The rest of the media will never report this! Ezra Levant walks viewers through the judges' ruling in Tommy Robinson's favour today.
Ezra shares for the first time information about how Tommy was treated in prison.
Outside the courtroom after Tommy Robinson's victory, Ezra Levant talks to two of Tommy's supporters.
Tommy Robinson has just won his appeal. Outside the London courtroom, Ezra Levant reads Tommy's lawyers' official statement.
"Tommy is on his way home as we speak..." Outside the London courthouse where Tommy Robinson won his appeal, Ezra Levant briefly explains the judges' ruling.
Ezra compares the behaviour of Tommy Robinson's supporters outside the courtroom, where Tommy has just won his appeal, and that of the Antifa "losers" on the other side.
"You're a Jew-hater": Ezra Levant vs Antifa as Tommy Robinson WINS
HUGE NEWS: Tommy Robinson wins his appeal! He will be home today! His contempt conviction in Leeds is thrown out; that matter will be re-heard. Attending that new hearing is his only condition of bail. #FreeTommy— Ezra Levant 🇨🇦 (@ezralevant) August 1, 2018
Tommy Robinson is free! pic.twitter.com/3MYzfVY7tn— Ezra Levant 🇨🇦 (@ezralevant) August 1, 2018
UPDATE: Tommy Robinson could be free as early as Tuesday!
July 27, 2018
The appeal court judges who heard Tommy's case say they will finally be issuing their verdict. They say they will do so on Tuesday, July 31st or on Wednesday, August 1st. (The judges were not more specific than that.)
Tommy’s lawyers say that if the appeal goes the way we all hope it will, Tommy could be released right away.
At the family’s request, I will be going back to London, not only to cover the verdict as a journalist. I have to go back over there, to report from the verdict, because I don’t trust a word that the mainstream media says about Tommy.
The media told bald-faced lies about his appeal hearing. The Guardian lied, Channel 4 lied, the BBC lied — and they’ll lie this time.
I want to be there to report accurately on the verdict.
If you can help cover my flight and hotel, I’d be grateful. Please click here now to help cover the cost of my trip and support our journalism.
Tommy Robinson's appeal hearing just finished, and will not be resuming tomorrow. The panel of judges say they need "the rest of July" before they hand down their decision.
Thanks to your crowdfunding, Tommy had a "dream team" of barristers and solicitors, and they've asked for three things.
If they end up winning even one of these points, Tommy will be freed.
Ezra speaks with American attorney Will Chamberlain, who was also in court as a spectator. He explains the difference between "free speech" laws in the U.S. as opposed to the UK.
During a mid-day break, Ezra explains why he is cautiously optimistic about the verdict in Tommy Robinson's appeal today.
Tommy is not just appealing his sentence, but rather the conviction itself and his conviction from a year ago. Also, Tommy's treatment in prison has been shocking, not even being allowed to meet with his lawyers.
Ezra Levant shows how many Tommy Robinson supporters are waiting outside of the courthouse where the appeal is being heard.
Ezra interviews one of the supporters of Tommy Robinson.
Ezra speaks to Sharry, a supporter of Tommy Robinson who is standing outside of the courthouse in support of Tommy's appeal.
At Tommy Robinson's request, Ezra is covering Tommy's appeal in London. Just before the hearing began, Ezra recorded a quick overview.
Ezra Levant has news about Tommy Robinson's new court date, new judges, and his request that Ezra attends the trial. You can support Ezra's journalism by making a donation to help recoup the cost of the trip, here.
(July 12, 2018)
Ezra Levant is reporting on Tommy Robinson’s appeal at the Royal Courts of Justice, in London.
As you know, the government had delayed the initial court date for Tommy’s appeal from July 10 to July 24, making him rot in solitary confinement for two more weeks. Then, that date was moved again, to July 18.
After the date changes, then we found out the initial judge appointed would be replaced by a panel of three judges, presided over by Sir Ian Burnett, the Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales.
That means the United Kingdom is taking this appeal very seriously.
And that's why Tommy asked Ezra to personally come to London to report on the appeal. Tommy doesn’t trust the mainstream media to report fairly on his case. And he's right to think that.