Comments of JUDGE in Tommy Robinson arrest REVEALED!

Activist & journalist Tommy Robinson was reporting outside Leeds Crown Court on a trial of men accused of running a grooming gang. In a video posted online, Tommy was then surrounded by Police, arrested and put in the back of a van. It was said he was being arrested for ‘Breach of the Peace’. What has since transpired has caused incredible shock and anger across social media and the world.

Tommy has been sentenced to 13 months in Prison for an apparent breach of a previous court order by the judge Geoffrey Marson QC.

Judge Geoffrey Marson QC

Judge Geoffrey Marson QC  said: “No one could possibly conclude that it would be anything other than highly prejudicial to the defendants in the trial.

I respect everyone’s right to free speech. That’s one of the most important rights that we have. With those rights come responsibilities. The responsibility to exercise that freedom of speech within the law.

I am not sure you appreciate the potential consequence of what you have done. People have to understand that if they breach court orders there will be very real consequences.”

The BBC Reported:  During Friday’s hearing, Matthew Harding, defending, claimed that his client had ‘deep regret’ for what he had done.

“He was mindful, having spoken to others and taken advice, not to say things that he thought would actually prejudice these proceedings,” Mr Harding said.

“He did not try to cause difficulties for the court process.”

Judge Geoffrey Marson QC said in conclusion: “Not only was it a very long video, but I regard it as a serious aggravating feature that he was encouraging others to share it and it had been shared widely. That is the nature of the contempt.”

A petition that was set up to challenge the verdict on Tommy Robinson’s case and asks for the release of the political activist and journalist has seen an unbelievable response. The ‘Free Tommy Robinson’ petition has now hit over half a million signatures and more are coming in every second!


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  1. Notwithstanding he was arrested for an alleged breach of the peace, and not for contempt of Court, I submit that it is questionable as to whether Robinson’s actions outside the Court prior to his arrest actually constituted a breach of the original Court Order. That’s the issue.

    1. my own reservations are online and are the same as yours but most people i venture are more worried about the media blackout-eventually we will learn if this trial is bigger than Rotherham or Telford its as if Larson thinks mass riots followed from those trials-but for Larson to be witness to the offence and preside over the rapidly arranged trial-conservative action/tommy robinson has vague footage of the judge observing tommy-this is immediate grounds for an appeal by tommys team

  2. How could Tommy interfere with the proceedings, when as I believe it, the groomers were already found guilty and there for sentencing, NOT a trial. so anything Tommy might have said in his video could not have had an influence on the court case. Hence the breach of the peace charge was bollocks, and contempt of court would not stand up to scrutiny, PLUS how could that twat in a wig say he respects a person’s right to free speech, then sentence a guy for expressing it. the whole fiasco made a nonsense of the legal system. in conclusion I believe the cops that arrested Tommy should have refused to do the judges bidding. I would have thought a judges authority begins and ends in a court room, not in the community, parliament make the laws NOT judges.

  3. the judge was totally wrong … if he was so set on justice these paedos should have been locked away in 2004 when this 1st happened … double standards …!!!

  4. The judge said no one could conclude that this was highly prejudice to the case? (when the men in the case had been already found guilty?), was the case retrialled? if not he can’t have prejudiced the case?

    Was he arrested under false pretences, in a breach of the peace, or arrested for contempt of court?

    As the judge knew Tommy could be in danger of his life, in prison, as advised by Tommy’s barrister could the judge and court be complicit in murder if he is murdered or beaten up in prison? Did the judge make any special arrangemeets for his safety in prison?

  5. These 29 began court proceedings in April 2017!….how can this have taken so long to bring justice, then jail Tommy on these charges in less than 4 hours?…This whole thing is a travesty!

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