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UPDATE Half a Million Sign Pettition to Release Tommy Robinson


A petition calling for the release of campaigner Tommy Robinson has now smahed half a MILLION signatures. 

Mr Robinson who was arrested while broadcasting live on Facebook to 10,000 viewers was arrested last Friday for a breach of the peace and was thrown in jail bu a judge for contempt of court. At the time, reporting restrictions were placed on the case but they were lifted yesterday. 

You can watch the moment he was arrested here

The controvertial figure was beaming live to the world when he was arrested for a breach of the peace. The full length live stream has since been DELETED.

The arrest has angered many, even as high as the House of Lords. Lord Pearson has written to Home Secretary Sajid Javid stating he will launch a private prosecution against Javid if anything happens to Tommy whilst he is in prison.

In Lord Pearson’s letter, he said: “If Tommy is murdered or injured in prison I and others will mount a private prosecution against Mr Javid as an accessory, or for misconduct in public office.”

According to reports on social media Tommy Robinson has been arrested and subsequently sentenced to 13 months in jail but the circumstances surrounding it are still unclear.

There has been a huge outpouring of support for the political activist and journalist Tommy Robinson and the petition that is growing rapidly reads:
Tommy Robinson has been arrested and jailed for reporting on Muslim grooming gangs. A job that he chooses to do with no regard for his own safety, informing the public of all the wrongs committed in the name of Allah. Fighting against adversity and reporting on issues that our mainstream media are too afraid to speak of.
Tommy is raising issues that are affecting all of our communities, and that are being swept under the carpet and hidden from the public.
Its time we stand together, stand strong, and stand by his side.

Click here to sign the petition 

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