They're trying to send Tommy Robinson back to prison. (Please help.)
By: Ezra Levant
September 12, 2018
Ezra Levant's NEW interview with Tommy Robinson!
For the first time since his release, Tommy Robinson sits down for a full-length interview, with Ezra Levant.
The facts in this interview — and the documents shown on screen — will outrage you.
But despite the entire story, Tommy Robinson still has to go back to court, for a second trial. It will cost tens of thousands of pounds — and if you are at all moved by Tommy’s case, please help us continue to crowdfund his legal defence by donating at the bottom of this page.
August 24, 2018
UPDATE: Tommy Robinson appeal DELAYED again | Ezra Levant
Tommy Robinson was supposed to have his new court case on September 4th. But the UK government is playing tricks again.
As you know, the Court of Appeal freed Tommy from prison, but they told him he has to go through the whole process all over again. They ordered a second time for contempt of court.
Even though he already served more than two months, in the harshest prison conditions imaginable.
The date of the second trial had been scheduled: September 4th, at the Old Bailey courthouse in London.
But something strange is happening. The government refuses to present the “particulars” of their case to Tommy.
They refuse to give him the exact details of what he allegedly did wrong, that day back in May, in front of the courthouse in Leeds.
The new judge ordered the government to provide those particulars to Tommy by last week — but they simply refused.
And so now Tommy’s hearing has been delayed again — it’s now scheduled for September 27th!
Why the endless delay?
Is it to psychologically toy with Tommy? To financially drain him? To keep his own legal team off balance?
And why does the UK government get endless delays — especially for such a simple thing? Tommy was rushed from arrest to trial to conviction to sentencing in just five hours back in May. But the UK government can take as long as it likes, apparently.
This is a political prosecution, that’s why.
And it’s a disgrace to the country that gave the world the Magna Carta.
August 9, 2018
Tommy Robinson just phoned me.
He’s supposed to be having a quiet vacation with his family. But he can’t. He’s had to go to the hospital twice, because of the physical abuse he suffered in prison. They starved him. He lost 40 pounds in two months.
Tommy told me some bad news: they want to send him back to prison.
Three weeks from now, on September 4th.
Just last week the Court of Appeal confirmed that Tommy was improperly tried, improperly convicted, improperly sentenced, and improperly imprisoned. That’s why they set him free. It was a total vindication of everything Tommy had said.
But now the UK government wants to do it all over again. They’re not done with Tommy.
They want to put him through a second trial — for the exact same thing, his Facebook livestream that day back in May, in Leeds.
They want to put him in prison again. That will probably kill him.
You saw him after two months in solitary confinement. Now imagine him after 13 months.
Tommy is in jeopardy. So Tommy phoned me and asked me to help him one more time. Just until he’s better.
And I told him I would.
He needs help to pay for the lawyers — because they’ve got to prepare for that September hearing. So I’ve talked to the lawyers. They’re already working on it.
And I’ve set up a crowdfunding page again. You can contribute below or click here to donate in Canadian Dollars.
The British government has unlimited funds. I think they’re trying to break Tommy — physically, psychologically and now financially.
There’s no way he can do this by himself. But if enough of us stand together with him, we’ve got a chance.
We’re also starting a massive petition, that we will personally deliver to the new Attorney General, demanding that they suspend their persecution of Tommy.
Tommy’s already served two months in prison improperly — it’s astounding that the UK government wants him to serve more time. Please sign our petition here.
I thought we were done last week with the Court of Appeal victory. But we’re not. The UK government wants to fight with Tommy — now that they think he’s weakened. Well, they forgot about one thing — they forgot about us, didn’t they?
Please help with Tommy’s legal fees. His lawyers need to prepare for the case immediately. You can contribute on this page now — let’s help our friend one last time.
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