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Scumbag’s attack police at Free Tommy Robinson march

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Scumbag’s have attacked the police at the free Tommy Robinson march in central london leaving 5 injured.

The so called ‘Free Tommy Robinson’ march hopes to free Tommy Robinson who has been jailed for breaking contempt of court laws.

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It was to support Robinson who has been jailed after he plead guilty to contempt of court charges at Leeds Crown Court.

Appearing at Leeds Crown Court under his real name of Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, he was sentenced to 13 months on 29 May after broadcasting on social media about an ongoing trial at the court.

A judge told Robinson, from Bedfordshire, his actions could cause the trial to be re-run, costing “hundreds and hundreds of thousands of pounds”

Thousands attended the march peacefully, and were unaware that violence was breaking out.

These people are the hard working class people of the UK these people should be truly ashamed of these scumbags who have completely tarnished a peaceful protest.

Contempt of court is not one of those laws you really want to be breaking because doing so allows an entire court case to fail and those responsible for despicable crimes will walk free.

If a person has committed contempt of court they will be dragged before that judge there and then.

The case is immediately suspended and that person will be sentenced within that day by the judge who’s court is being brought into contempt.

Depending on the seriousness of the contempt will depend on the sentence. The consequence here is the case that is brought into contempt has to either be binned or started again. That is why Tommy Robinson has been jailed, and that is why he has pleaded guilty.

Many would argue why aren’t the mainstream media reporting on what Tommy Robinson is highlighting in a nutshell we’d all just end up in jail, the courts put orders in place banning us from reporting until cases are finished, as much as we’d love to expose these groups legally we cannot.

These criminals are then Free to commit the exact same crime which annoyed him and his supporter so much. Therefore if you commit these crimes you will go to jail and the defendant will walk free.

Today large groups of thugs attacked police officers in Trafalgar Square while most members of the protesters remained peaceful a small number of thugs ruined and highjacked the entire event.

The thugs broke off from the main protest surrounding officers and attacking them.

Unarmed officers with no public order protective equipment who has to use their baton to fend the group back from all angles.

These thugs only intention was to attack and cause serious injury to a number of deluded and racist thugs.

They then threw beer cans, sticks and other projectiles, before pulling up the metal railings to use as weapons.

One protester threw a traffic cone into a police horse box, and others later stormed a tourist bus, posing on top with flags and masks.

They also yelled chants at the police including “Shame on you”, and “Oh Tommy Robinson”.

Four protestors were eventually arrested by police, including two for assaulting an officer .

At least one police officer was left bleeding and 4 others have been left injured.

The main part of the rally, outside Downing Street, continued while the violence went on.

The Met Police believe seven thousand people attended.

A number of people have only attended this incident to bring serious harm to our Police Officers.

Who only policed this event to ensure the safety of those attending.

What a shame these people bring to our country.

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Dangerous prisoner fails to return after attending family funeral

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Police are appealing for help in tracing a Hollesley Bay prisoner who has absconded.

34-year-old Aaron Johnson was reported missing to police at 11.15pm  last night, Friday 17 August,.

Johnson had been granted a special purpose temporary licence to attend a funeral yesterday but failed to return to the prison as arranged. He was last seen in West London.

Johnson is serving a 9 year sentence for robbery, wounding and assault.

He is described as black, 6 feet tall, of medium build, and had a beard. He was wearing a black jacket,  blue jeans, white t-shirt and trainers.

Members of the public are advised not to approach him.

Anyone who believes they may have seen Aaron Johnson or who has any information regarding his whereabouts, is asked to contact Suffolk Police on 101 quoting CAD 480 of 17 August.

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Scott Findlay subjected young mother to harrowing sex attack & punched her while she cradled 6-week-old baby

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A MAN who raped a young mother and repeatedly punched her as she cradled a six-week-old baby in her arms has been jailed.

Scott Findlay subjected his victim to a “prolonged and harrowing” attack in front of her two young children.

Today, at York Crown Court, Judge Simon Hickey sent the 27-year-old, from Ferryhill, in County Durham, to prison for 15 years for offences including rape, assault occasioning actual bodily harm and threats to kill.

The court heard that the victim pleaded with Findlay, who was armed with a kitchen knife, for her children to be prevented from seeing the attack.

Speaking after sentencing, Detective Constable Katrina Meisuria, of Durham Constabulary’s Safeguarding Unit, praised the victim for her courage in giving evidence.

She said: “Scott Findlay subjected his victim to a prolonged, harrowing and violent attack in front of her two young children.

“It took great bravery by the victim to provide evidence at court reliving those events again.

“There is no doubt these crimes have had a life-changing effect on the victim and her children, but the conviction will provide the family with the opportunity to move forward”.

In a statement released through the police, the victim said: “This has been an extremely difficult time for me and my family.

“The incidents occurred only six weeks after the birth of my daughter who was in my arms as Scott Finlay repeatedly punched me about the head and my seven-year-old looked on in terror begging for him to stop hurting his mammy.

“No child should ever have to witness such an attack”.

She added: “My family and I are pleased with the outcome and relieved it is finally over and we can move forward to rebuilding our life”.

After a four-day trial at Durham Crown Court in May, a jury found Findlay guilty of three counts of rape, one count of assault occasioning actual bodily harm and one count of making threats to kill.

He had earlier pleaded guilty to dangerous driving, driving while disqualified and criminal damage.

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Man attacked staff with a traffic cone at petrol station

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Police are appealing for information after a man was assaulted with a traffic cone at a petrol station in Newcastle.

At around 12.05pm on Monday afternoon police received a report that a staff member at the Shell garage on the Great North Road in Gosforth had been assaulted with a traffic cone.

The male offender had filled up a motorcycle with fuel but was challenged by staff when it appeared that he would not pay for the fuel.

He became aggressive and then assaulted the staff member with a traffic cone before fleeing the scene on foot in the direction of The Three Mile Inn.

The victim of the assault was later taken to hospital with a suspected broken nose and cheekbone. It is also believed the motorcycle the offender left at the garage was stolen.

Enquiries into the incident are ongoing and police are now appealing for help from the public to identify the offender.

He is described as wearing all black with a white motorcycle helmet that had the visor down.

Officers also want to speak to any witnesses to the incident as there were a number of people on the garage forecourt who police have still not spoken to.

They are also keen to speak to any motorists who may have dash-cam footage showing the motorcycle in question.

Anyone who knows the man, or witnessed the incident on Monday, is encouraged to contact police on 101 quoting log 423 13/08/18 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

You can also email the OIC on [email protected] or report online at www.northumbria.police.uk/contact.

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