What on earth happened to poor Tommy Robinson? 10 Things You Should Know.

The Secret Barrister

It can now be reported that Tommy Robinson, the former leader of the English Defence League, convicted fraudster, sometime-football hooligan and self-reinvented free speech advocate, was on Friday 25 May 2018 imprisoned for 13 months for contempt of court after livestreaming footage of participants in a criminal trial outside Leeds Crown Court.

Some people will have seen reference to this on social media; others may have had the plight of Stephen Yaxley-Lennon – to use his real name – drawn to their attention by the hordes of protestors storming London over the May bank holiday weekend. But there has not, until today, been mainstream coverage of the case due to a reporting restriction – what is known as a “postponement order” – that forbade publication of these facts until after the conclusion of the trial (and subsequent related trial) upon which he was purporting to “report”.

While, as we’ll see…

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One thought on “What on earth happened to poor Tommy Robinson? 10 Things You Should Know.

  1. All this crap about Tommy Robinson is just a distraction away from the UK Pedo networks and their Muslim Grooming gang arms. Why not focus on the pedos, instead of going on and on about who Tommy Robinson is. The court system is rigged to protect the pedos, no matter what TR does. If what he does messes up the court case, it’s really theater to protect the pedos. Even if TR was not there doing his bit, the pedos would still be protected.

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