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Saturday, May 26, 2018

The Inquisition is Back

For John, BLUFMr Robinson, in the story, is guilty of wrong thinking  For which he will be punished.  Nothing to see here; just move along.

From The Daily Caller, by Deputy Editor Scott Greer, 26 May 2018.

Here is how it starts:

Anti-Islam activist Tommy Robinson was arrested Friday outside of a British court hearing on a gang accused of forcing women into sex, prompting protests Saturday.

Robinson was livestreaming on Facebook outside of a Leeds court when police arrested him for allegedly breaching the peace, according to The Independent.  The Independent attempted to downplay Robinson’s claim of reporting on the grooming gang trial by putting “reporting” in quotes.

Video shows Robinson being whisked off by police as he demands to know the reason for his arrest.  “This is ridiculous, I haven’t said a word…I’ve done nothing,” he said.

Robinson was sentenced to 13 months in jail for the crime, while the judge prohibited reporting of the verdict within the United Kingdom.  No major British outlet reported on the sentence, and Breitbart redacted Robinson’s name from its report on the case.  (RELATED: U.K. Embraces ISIS Returnees, Cracks Down On Right-Wing Journalists)

According to The Independent, a contempt of court offense can be used to silence reporting on criminal procedures. Robinson was arrested while on a suspended sentence for a similar offense.  In 2017, he was arrested and convicted of filming accused rapists as they headed into court.

The judge in that case claimed it was not about “freedom of the press, nor about legitimate journalism, and not about political correctness,” but “about preserving the integrity of the jury to continue without people being intimidated or being affected by irresponsible and inaccurate ‘reporting.'”

So, the judge is the one to determine what is inaccurate reporting?  That won't help maintain a free press.  It is one thing to have D-Notices, but another to use censorship to hide domestic political corruption or incompetence or both.

I do wonder if this is due to a larger, and more hidden, problem of immigrants exploiting young women, both immigrant and those born in the UK?

Hat tip to the InstaPundit.

Regards  —  Cliff

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