Today Tommy went back to the Old Bailey to sit in front of two "appointed" judges - Dame Victoria Sharp and Mr Justice Warby for sentencing. Tommy Robinson - convicted of journalism because he is an Enemy Of The State.
Tommy - jailed on the 25th of May 2018 for "contempt of court" served 20 weeks in solitary confinement. He got released from prison on the 1st of August 2018 after appealing that conviction. Lord Chief Justice Burnett found that Tommy was not given appropriate due process. Hardly surprising given the fact that Judge Geoffrey Marson QC was found to have "rushed into proceedings" and committed Tommy to a custodial sentence within 5 hours of his arrest for "breach of the peace".
The appeal judges also found that Tommy was sentenced as though he pleaded guilty which he did not do. All these things and more "gave rise to unfairness".
Not content with the first round of political persecution the Conservative Attorney General had five months to consider re-charging Tommy, which he inevitably did. Tommy has now been found guilty on three counts of "contempt of court" including causing anxiety to a sick Muslim paedophile rapist.
Tommy Robinson - Convicted Of Journalism
Dame Victoria Sharp, one of the Judges presiding over this case, ruled:
"You will be committed in prison for a period of 19 weeks".That means Tommy will serve around nine and a half weeks in prison for partaking in the crime of citizen journalism and making disgusting, depraved, debauched Muslim paedophiles anxious.
Tommy has gone into great detail about this case. He did what he was supposed to do when enquiring about any reporting restrictions; however, that meant nothing to the two "Appointed Judges".
The Attorney General not content with just a custodial sentence for Tommy Robinson's journalism, applied to the court for Tommy to pay costs which could be in excess of £25,000.
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