UK: Muslim Threatens To Murder Tommy Robinson & Attack His Wife With Acid
“Earlier this week his appeal was delayed, with Dein arguing there had been procedural ‘deficiencies’ giving rise to ‘prejudice’ during his sentencing….Which specific parts of the contempt laws Robinson had broken were also not revealed, Dein said. ‘The proceedings were unnecessarily and unjustifiably rushed. They were conducted in haste,’ he argued.”
Meanwhile, would authorities be this sanguine about the threats to Robinson and his wife if the Robinsons were Muslim and the one threatening them was non-Muslim? What do you think?
Just another day in Theresa May’s shabby little police state.
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“Tommy Robinson Lawyer: Judge Did Not View Evidence, Islamists Threatening Acid Attack on Tommy’s Wife,” by Liam Deacon, Breitbart, July 21, 2018:
The judge who rushed to send activist Tommy Robinson to jail did not even watch the full video in which he supposedly breached contempt of court laws, his lawyers have claimed.
He is currently being held in segregation for his own safety in prison, but a radical Islamic extemist has managed to deliver a message to his cell threatening to kill him and attack his wife with acid.
The message was reportedly from jailed terror supporter Sayful Islam, from Robinson’s hometown of Luton, and used his spouse’s full name, The Times reports….
Robinson was jailed in May after filming outside Leeds Crown Court during the trial of an alleged rape gang which was being hidden from the public.
Judges also banned reporting on Robinson’s sentencing in the British media, with many articles wiped from the Internet.
Jeremy Dein QC, in his written grounds of appeal, claimed Robinson was subjected to “summary justice in the extreme, unnecessary and unfair.”
He added: “He was in no position to give clear instructions, and could not be expected to make sound decisions in pressurised circumstances, his liberty being at stake.”…
Earlier this week his appeal was delayed, with Dein arguing there had been procedural “deficiencies” giving rise to “prejudice” during his sentencing….
Which specific parts of the contempt laws Robinson had broken were also not revealed, Dein said.
“The proceedings were unnecessarily and unjustifiably rushed. They were conducted in haste,” he argued.
Article posted with permission from Robert Spencer