The Law and Tommy Robinson By Ian Wilson LL.B

      There is a considerable amount of shock, horror from our side of politics about actionist Tommy Robinson going to gaol for filming defendants in the paedophilic child grooming gangs. Here I will make a dissenting opinion against Robinson, even though I agree that the mass rapes of perhaps a million White English children amount is at a wartime level of genocide:

  https://childhub.org/en/child-protection-news/one-million-child-victims-muslim-rape-gangs-uk

  https://www.frontpagemag.com/fpm/250972/one-million-child-victims-muslim-rape-gangs-uk-arnold-ahlert

  https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/child-sex-abuse-gangs-could-5114029

     This is more children raped and abused than in all the wars in the modern era, and for years this was known to the establishment and covered up because of scared political correctness, to keep the modern chaos together:

  https://www.christianconcern.com/our-issues/islam/sacrificing-girls-to-political-correctness

  https://www.forbes.com/sites/rogerscruton/2014/08/30/why-did-british-police-ignore-pakistani-gangs-raping-rotherham-children-political-correctness/#57e57c8c754a

     Naturally, the few remaining thinking people would be upset by this war-like behaviour. But, there is a problem with going off the deep end and actually aiding those in criminal trials by giving material for mistrials:

  https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-48887440

“Ex-English Defence League leader Tommy Robinson has been found in contempt of court for his Facebook Live broadcast of defendants in a criminal trial. He was found guilty of interfering with the trial of a sexual grooming gang at Leeds Crown Court in May 2018. Two High Court judges found his conduct "amounted to a serious interference with the administration of justice". The court ruled that the 36-year-old, from Luton, committed contempt by breaking reporting restrictions. Robinson, whose real name is Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, had denied any wrongdoing, saying he had only referred to information that was already in the public domain. Following the verdict at the Old Bailey, he told the BBC he had been convicted "for who I am, not what I have done".

     No, he broke the law, and did not need to, to get his message across. his actions could easily have led to mistrials, and how is that going to help victims? Too much self-exposure in my opinion.

 

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