Tommy Robinson's first media interview as a free man

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Tommy Robinson's first media interview as a free man
« on: August 04, 2018, 04:41:49 PM »
Dear Sonya,
Last night I went to visit Tommy Robinson after he was released from prison.
It was glorious to see him reunited with his beautiful wife and three lovely children. Those kids — who missed their dad so painfully — had smiles on their faces that I will never forget.
Tommy invited me to join the family for dinner, but I didn’t want to intrude in their private time. But I did ask him to sit down with me for ten minutes, to tell the world how he was doing.
And as I listened, my joy turned to sorrow, and then to rage.
Because Tommy was physically and psychologically abused in prison.
You can see it in his face. His appearance is shocking — he lost 40 pounds of weight in just two months.
If he were to have stayed in prison much longer, I fear his very life would have been in danger.
Here is the video of my interview:
I met with Tommy again this morning to talk about his next steps, now that he’s free. I’m sure he’ll have much more to say later — but for now, he’s going on a vacation with his family, to reconnect with the ones he loves.
But watch this video and answer me this:
Doesn't the government’s treatment of Tommy Robinson meet the legal definition of torture?
Yours truly,
Ezra Levant
P.S. Tommy told me he was so grateful to our Rebel viewers for crowdfunding his legal defence. We have now paid off Tommy’s last legal bill. Thank you.
P.P.S. We will continue to support Tommy — by reporting on his case, and in other ways that he may request. If you wish to help cover the costs of our reporting of his legal appeal over the past few weeks (i.e. two flights to London) you can click here — thank you.
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