EXCLUSIVE: Tommy’s Appeal Judge Declares Tommy Guilty BEFORE Appeal
As I am sure you are all aware, Tommy Robinson’s appeal will be heard on July 10th by Lord Brian Leveson.
However, Lord Leveson gave an interview to the BBC Radio 4s Law In Action program on June 24th in which he used the case of Mr Robinson as an example of when posting material on the internet can lead to imprisonment due to contempt of court. This means, I would submit, that already, before the case has been heard and therefore before Lord Leveson has had all the facts of the case presented to him, that he has in fact predetermined the guilt of Mr Robinson and is therefore unable to impartially judge his appeal.
Starting at 03:45 Leveson says:
“Members of the public ought to know that publishing comments which impact unfairly on the course of a trial could constitute contempt of court and there is a very good recent example of a man who videoed material which he fed into the internet which did constitute contempt of court as a result of which he was sentenced to a term of imprisonment.” (Our emphasis).
Joshua Rozenberg, the presenter, asks “This is Tommy Robinson?” Leveson replies “It is indeed”. Clearly, Lord Leveson has already formed an opinion of the case he is now being expected to preside over and has expressed that opinion in a public forum. It is kind of ironic that his Lordship saw fit to venture an opinion on the actions of members of the public but has in fact now put himself in a position where he cannot reasonably be relied upon to judge the case of Mr Robinson in an impartial and fair manner.
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