Stalinism in the UK: Judge gags press, jails citizen journalist w/o due process

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EXCLUSIVE: Tommy Robinson’s First Message From Prison As England Awakens

UK in shock as judge covers up Soviet-style disappearance of journalist

EXCLUSIVE: Tommy Robinson's First Message From Prison As England Awakens

Alex Jones is now LIVE covering the arrest of Robinson, Louis Farrakhan’s recent praise of President Trump and how the FBI is raiding supporters of Infowars.

Day of Freedom organizer Caolan Robertson gives Alex Jones a message from Tommy Robinson and explains the media blackout of his disappearance:

Also, watch our ongoing LIVE broadcast covering the latest on Robinson’s arrest:

And for more details, also watch the following videos that break down the events surrounding Tommy’s imprisonment:

As we reported on Saturday, Fox News is now covering the unprecedented gag order UK officials placed on media to vainly keep the disappearance of Tommy Robinson hidden from the public.

In short, it’s a Soviet-style disappearance: the UK police arrested Robinson, the court ordered the press to not talk about it, and it’s quite likely that Robinson will die in prison given the previous death threats made against the outspoken journalist.

Despite the gag order, US legacy media is now reporting on this sensational story.

According to Fox News:

Sources with knowledge of Robinson’s case spoke on condition of anonymity in part because of fear they would be arrested for contempt. One told Fox that Robinson’s lawyer warned that, considering the presence of Muslim gang members in prison, a 13-month sentence was tantamount to a death sentence.

“Tommy’s lawyer said he will likely die in jail given his profile and previous credible threats, and the judge basically said he doesn’t care,” the source said. “He sentenced him to 13 months in prison.”

The head of UKIP says the gag order was beyond authoritarian.

“What kind of police state have we become?” tweeted U.K. Independence Party leader and European MP Gerard Batten.

“I am trying to recall a legal case where someone was convicted of a ‘crime’ which cannot be reported on.”

“Where he can be cast into prison without it being possible to report his name, offence, or place of imprisonment for fear of contempt of court,” he added.

Robinson’s arrest led to mass protests on Saturday:

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