Tommy Court ArrestActivist and independent journalist Tommy Robinson was detained by a significant police team for livestreaming outside a court where yet another child grooming gang is on trial.

Robinson, who founded the English Defence League street protest movement but later renounced it to join the Quilliam counter-extremism organisation, was at Leeds Crown Court to report on ten men accused of offences including child rape, trafficking, and supply of class A drugs to children, according to Caolan Robertson.
A video posted by Caolan shows Robinson being taken away by three police officers, apparently on suspicion of inciting a breach of the peace.
As the recording continues, another police officer appears and seizes Robinson’s mobile phone, before he is bundled into the back of a van. The exact number of officers at the scene is unclear, but appears to be at least half a dozen.
Tommy Robinson has been arrested in Leeds court for reporting on grooming gangs. More updates to follow
— Caolan Robertson (@CaolanRob) May 25, 2018
“This is free speech. This is where we’re at,” Robinson tells onlookers, before addressing the officers directly.
“You know when you do this, more people are going to watch this now than ever,” he says.
“This is ridiculous. Lads, do you feel right what you’re doing, here? I haven’t said a word — in fact, someone laid their hand and assaulted me outside court; other people swore at me and threatened me about my mother, and here I am being arrested for saying nothing. I’ve done nothing,” he claims.
The first of the 10 accused grooming gang members arriving now at Leeds Crown Court. Charges include child rape, trafficking & supply of class A drugs to children. Welcome to Britain.
— Caolan Robertson (@CaolanRob) May 25, 2018
A video posted prior to the arrest does appear to show Robinson asking two men how they feel about the verdict, to which one responds: “Go and f**k your Mum’s fanny, go and f**k it!”
“Is there any guilt?” responds Robinson.
“You  f**k your Dad, you son of a bitch!”
Robinson has now been released, although it is unclear whether police will pursue charges at this point.
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