Tommy Robinson’s appeal will be heard on 10th of July by Britain’s top judge Lord Brian Leveson.
Leveson has ALREADY declared Tommy to be guilty, before hearing the appeal.
He gave an interview to the BBC Radio 4’s Law In Action programme on the 24th of June in which he used the case of Tommy Robinson as an example of when posting material on the internet can lead to imprisonment due to contempt of court.
At 03:45 into the interview, Leveson states:
“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.”
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