Tommy Robinson is the English man who recently was prosecuted and imprisoned by the English government because he was standing outside a courtroom covering a trial of Muslim rape gang members. The leftist party line on this is that it is a routine practice which always applies in rape trials. This propaganda line is simply horseshit.
Commenter at Vox Pop:
The gagging orders that are now being routinely placed on cases involving Muslim Rape gangs, have nothing to do with protecting the child victims, and absolutely nothing whatsoever to do with preventing their trials from being compromised.
Here in Britain we have all seen dozens of high profile rape cases over the past few years and every single one of them was relentlessly covered in minute detail by the press, before, during and after the trials.
So why are these cases being treated so differently from cases sush as the Max Clifford trial, the Rolf Harris trial or the many many trials involving football players that were beamed into our living rooms night after night?
Indeed, at YouTube, if you type
Max Clifford trial
into the search box, you get several results that support this claim. One of the videos is titled,
“Max Clifford is surrounded by media as he arrives at court”
and it shows exactly that. As if to emphasize the brazenness of the lie, the end of the video shows a couple of police pushing videographers out of Clifford’s way (“Everybody out of the way! Step back!”), so it can’t be argued that the police were unaware of the crowd of reporters around Clifford.
Similar results at YouTube are obtained for the search
Rolf Harris trial
which gives you, e.g., a video titled,
“Rolf Harris Arrives At Court For Assault Trial”
and the video shows several people with cameras and video cameras, as well as of course the person who was taking the video that we’re watching.
The leftist party line on Robinson, that he was merely prosecuted in the normal way, for things that are prosecuted as a matter of standard procedure, is a lie. No, he was prosecuted – persecuted – because he was discussing something the English government wants kept silent.