3. november 2012

Great Britain – a police state? – EDL-Leader Tommy Robinson ‘political prisoner’

“Support for ‘political prisoner’, EDL leader Tommy Robinson  (real name Stephen Yaxley-Lennon), who is currently being held on remand at  Wandsworth Prison in London, has spread to Germany.

A video of the vigil, which took place on 24 October in  Berlin, Germany in front of the British Embassy, close to the Brandenburg Gate,  can be seen below.

Signs were held saying ‘Tommy Robinson  a.k.a. Stephen Lennon – Jailed for speaking the truth and fighting for  democracy’ and ‘Free EDL Tommy’…”

Read more: http://digitaljournal.com/article/335536#ixzz2BAXlOF4P

“A few days ago, The Telegraph was able to reveal that British prisons have started releasing a great number of rapists, sex offenders and violent criminals even before they have served half of their sentence. In 2011, 92 rapists, 176 other sex offenders and 6,990 violent criminals benefited from this benevolent policy. Many of those released carry on their old activities as soon as they are back on the street, which has caused a great deal of dissatisfaction – not least among the victims.


On October 21, the state caught up with the leader of the English Defence League, Tommy Robinson, whose real name is believed to be Stephen Yaxley-Lennon. He is accused of having used a fake passport when entering the United States in September in order to give a speech at the September 11 SION (Stop the Islamization of Nations) conference in New York…”

Read more: http://www.d-intil.com/articles/editorial/2012-10-25/great-britain-police-state