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Political inmate Tommy Robinson was released from Belmarsh prison in London, England on Friday after serving half of his 19-week sentence for contempt of court.
Robinson confirmed that he was kept in solitary confinement throughout his prison stay, as taking him out of isolation would have made him a potential victim for retribution from the violent Muslims who dominate the prisons.
“I walked into Belmarsh prison and walked out without seeing another inmate … for my safety,” Robinson said.
He was interviewed by Rebel Media founder Ezra Levant after he left prison, and took aim at the British government for their hostility against freedom of expression.
“The main thing for this should be an embarrassment to the British Government, an embarrassment to the judiciary,” Robinson told Levant.
Robinson was convicted for conducting journalism on social media by Dame Victoria Sharp in July. He was accused by British authorities of encouraging “vigilante action” and “illegal physical” attacks against foreign men charged with raping underage girls, as the British courts ultimately made an example of Robinson to protect the rapists.
“He has lied about a number of matters and sought to portray himself as the victim of unfairness and oppression,” Dame Victoria Sharp said about Robinson while issuing his sentence.
“This does not increase his sentence, but it does mean that there can be no reduction for an admission of guilt,” she added.
Robinson remained defiant even as he was sentenced, wearing a “convicted of journalism” t-shirt as he surrendered himself to authorities. He has become a martyr for his nation as it falls to destitution amidst a non-stop invasion of third-world Muslims.
“The British state’s appeasement to Islam, the unrestricted waves of migrants into this country means that they have deliberately persecuted and illegally imprisoned anyone who speaks out against their globalist agenda,” Robinson said during an appearance on “The Alex Jones Show” shortly before his imprisonment.
A British ANTIFA-style group, Hope Not Hate applauded Robinson’s arrest and conviction.
“Stephen Lennon put at risk the trial of men accused of horrendous crimes with his livestreaming antics. He doesn’t care about the victims of grooming, he only cares about himself. He now faces yet another stint behind bars,” said Nick Lowles, Hope Not Hate’s chief executive.
20 men of foreign origin were ultimately convicted for over 120 instances of child sexual abuse as a result of the trial that Robinson was jailed for covering.
“At the heart of this case is the victims, who have all shown immense courage in coming forward to assist the investigation” – Michael Quinn, Crown Prosecution Service on Huddersfield grooming convictions https://t.co/Z6VIRupd8t pic.twitter.com/QZmzg8U3qQ
— BBC News (UK) (@BBCNews) October 19, 2018
Robinson, who unsuccessfully ran for European parliament in the May elections, vows to continue his campaign against globalism and the Islamification of Britain now that he is once again a free man.
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