Save Tommy Robinson – The Rebel

VICTORY:Tommy Robinson thanks supporters after court victory

Published on May 22, 2017: Tommy thanks all of his supporters for their help.

UPDATE: Tommy Robinson goes to court on Monday – Here’s how you can help

Published on May 18, 2017: Caolan Robertson reviews Tommy’s arrest and forthcoming court date.

UPDATE:Tommys free! But were not done yet…

Great news! Our lawyers rushed to court today, and Tommy is out on bail.

But the matter will be back in court on May 22nd which means were not out of the woods yet. The good news is, well have more time to put together a powerful legal argument in defence of Tommys free speech and freedom of the press.

In the meantime, the judge has placed a publication ban on us, which we must respect so we cannot get into the details.

Thank you for your support because of you, we were able to get Tommy back home to his wife and kids. And hell be back on the streets doing great, independent journalism tomorrow.

Were not out of the woods yet on legal fees, though. If you are able to help us fund our court appearance on May 22nd, please help out, whether its a dollar, a pound or a Euro, we need to get Tommy the best defence we can.

On May 10, 2017, just after 4 a.m., the Bedfordshire Police went to Tommy Robinsons house, banged on his door, woke up his entirefamily,arrested Tommy, and took him to jail.

CLICK HERE TO HELP FUND TOMMY’S LEGAL DEFENCE

What did he do to deserve such a shocking visit? Why did the police have to come to his home in the dead of night upsetting hiswife and scaring his children?

Ill tell you what he did, because I was there with him.Two days ago, Tommy Robinson and I went to the Canterbury Crown Court,to report on the trial of an alleged Muslim rape gang.

Thats it. Thats all we did.Thats why Tommy was arrested.

See, Tommy and I both work full-time for TheRebel.Media. And unlike the mainstream media that prefers to cover up horrific crimeslike that, we report them. These four Muslim men are on trial for allegedly gang-raping a 16-year-old girl who wandered into their kebabshop asking for directions.

Tommy and I went to court to cover the story and to ask the accused men some questions. Thats what real journalists are supposedto do.

Incredibly, when court officers saw Tommy, theyactively worked with the accused men to sneak them out of the courtthrough another door, so we couldnt film them!

Just whose side are the police on?

Well, we found out at 4 a.m. this morning, didnt we?

The police claim that Tommy was in “contempt of court” for filming his report outside the courthouse for livestreaming some quick comments from his cell phone while standing on the court house steps.

But thats where journalistsreport on court cases all the time. Tommy didnt do anything unusual.

He didnt film anyone other than himself. And when a court official asked him to move, he did.

We did our work, and then we left. If Tommy had done anything wrong, why didnt the police say something, right then and there?

Why would Bedfordshire police, nearly two hours drive away from Canterbury, be involved at all?

Why did they raid his home at 4 a.m.?

And whydid they only arrest Tommy and not me and our cameraman, who were there with him?

Is it because Jon Boutcher, Bedfordshires Chief Constable, seesTommys journalism as a threat, and wants to intimidate him? This has happened to Tommy before time and time again.

But this time, its different. Because this time, weve got friends.Weve got you.

And heres what I think we need to do together:

1. Sign our petition to Chief Boutcher:”We demand that the Bedfordshire Police stop harassing Tommy Robinson, the UKs leading independent journalist, and his family.

Please clickhereto sign the petition.

2. Help us fight back in the court of law.Weve hired a leading law firm to go to bat for Tommy. Even before sunrise, they were working to get Tommy back home to his family. Theyre still at it right now. But lawyers cost money. Will you please help us chip in, to save Tommy?

Please clickhereto help defray our legal costs.

Were doing important journalism thats in the public interest. That includes telling the truth about the wave of Muslim rape gangs that have exploited thousands of British girls.

Were going to keep doing our journalism even if politically correct police chiefs dont like it.

But for now, we have to save Tommy. He has been there for us now lets be there for him.

Yours truly,

Caolan RobertsonTheRebel.Media

P.S. As I write this, Tommy is still in jail. All for a brief video commentary on his cell phone, on the steps of the court house. Lets get him home to his family. Please clickhereto help.

P.P.S. Please tell your friends to visitwww.SaveTommy.com and post that as your Facebook status.

We demand that the Bedfordshire Police stop harassing Tommy Robinson, the UKs leading independent journalist.

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