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Tommy Robinson and family persecuted by UK police state


A violent mob of Muslim immigrants came to the home of Tommy Robinson’s family to shout threats. Police responded by arresting Tommy Robinson, a family member, and ransacking their family home.

From English Defense League…

In the early hours of this morning Tommy reported via Twitter that he had just been released from police custody after they had tried to remand him.

Early in the morning of 9th April, a group of Muslims gathered in front of Tommy’s families house, shouting abuse and making threats against Tommy, his family and other innocent bystanders in the vicinity:

The police arrived, and arrested … Tommy.

Tommy was held in custody for 30 hours and his house was searched under the powers granted by Section 32 PACE (search without warrant upon arrest). These powers allow the police to enter and search your home if the police officer “reasonably suspects that he will find on those premises items relating to the offence for which the suspect was arrested.”

Did they expect that Tommy was hiding illegal immigrants? Why weren’t the people who started the incident arrested?

This is not a two-tier application of the law, this seems more like perversion of the law to persecute those who do not subscribe to the government-approved double-think.

So when was it made law that those who suffer antagonism, threats of death and serious beatings must be arrested for their victim status?

A member of Tommys family was followed home by none other than Ibrahim Anderson, a notorious member of the now proscribed “Muslims Against The Crusades” and “Al Muhajiroun” a gang of backward Islamist scum. When Anderson (a white ginger haired convert to Islam) started an altercation with threats outside Tommys family home, it was apparent that the threats made were real, credible, and potentially life threatening.

If someone follows a member of your family to your home to instigate trouble then it’s pretty safe to assume that person clearly intends to cause harm, to intimidate. It would be pretty safe to assume he’s not there to give a sermon or flowers or chocolate as a well wisher now is it?

Of course as anyone would, Tommy and his family acted in the interests of self defence, damage was caused to a car and Anderson soon called his fellow islamist bed buddies to aid him in his “street jihad”.