1,500 supporters show up for Tommy Robinson’s court case

A report from Ezra Levent via e-mail

I’m standing outside the Old Bailey, the central criminal court of London, where the most serious crimes in the UK are tried — terrorism, murder and the like.

And, bizarrely, today that court heard the minor civil contempt of court case against Tommy Robinson.

This is Tommy’s fourth court hearing in that ongoing saga — and the only result of today’s briefing hearing was to schedule yet another hearing — a month from now.

So the contempt of court case still hangs over him.

Nothing about Tommy Robinson’s case is right. His improper conviction in Leeds in May; his abusive treatment in prison; the Attorney General’s obsession with getting him a second time.

It was depressing for that reason. But it was incredibly encouraging because of what was happening outside the court: 1,500 cheering Tommy supporters. And after Tommy left the courtroom, he stayed outside for hours, talking to everyone he could.

I’ve filed several video reports about today’s events — especially the crowds outside.

To see all of my reports, visit www.TommyTrial.com.

I promise I’ll keep reporting the truth about Tommy, just as long as the mainstream media keeps lying about him!

-Via e-mail



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