Tommy Robinson’s Legal Appeal Cancelled by Crown Court

A free speech activist in Britain who was jailed after filming on the street as a Muslim grooming gang entered a Leeds, Yorkshire court for trial, has been denied a legal appeal until further notice.

“Tommy has been languishing in prison since May 25th,” says a Rebel Media report. “The Crown Prosecution Service — what could be called the UK’s largest law firm — has had a month and a half to prepare. They have every legal expert at their disposal. They have unlimited resources.”

The appeal was scheduled for July 10 in London’s Royal Courts of Justice.

The government’s excuse for delay is that its lawyers are not ready for the appeal hearing. Instead, Robinson will rot in jail until the Crown Court gets around to hearing his case.

Robinson is currently in solitary confinement for his own safety, which protects him from Muslim gangs inside the jail who have a vendetta against him for exposing their terror in the UK.

According to the Rebel, Robinson has a top notch legal team in place, and the team is prepared for the appeal hearing – whenever that may be.

Free speech activists have rallied around Robinson in support. Just last week, hundreds attended a rally outside the British consulate in Chicago, IL.

Big League Politics reported:

Pro-free speech activists hosted a Free Tommy Robinson protest in front of the British Consulate in Chicago, IL on Saturday.

The group, consisting of Proud Boys and other conservative activists from Illinois, Ohio, Kentucky, and Wisconsin was calling on Consulate General John D. Saville to call for British journalist and free speech advocate Tommy Robinson to be freed. Robinson was arrested last month for filming on a public street outside of a Court House, reporting on members of an alleged grooming gang. “Grooming gang” is a PC term for child sex trafficking gang, and they are often covered up due to the large amount of Muslim participants.

The official reason for Robinson’s arrest was breaching the peace, but he was later charged with contempt of court for allegedly biasing the jury. This is a charge that does not exist in the United States, and is egregious to any free speech supporter.

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Similar events have been held in Washington, D.C.

Thousands more have rallied for Robinson in London. The protestors clashed with police while chanting “We want Tommy Out.” Dutch politician and free speech maverick Geert Wilders led the rally.