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TOMMY: “I’d rather go to jail for the next 25 years than accept guilt for telling the truth”

FIERCE Patriot Tommy Robinson has revealed that he would “rather go to jail” for the next 25 years than accept guilt for telling the truth.” according to sources.

The right-wing activist faces a return to jail at his trial later today where he is being re-tried for reporting on the case of a Muslim grooming gang in Leeds.

Tommy said: “I sacked my solicitors because they tried to broker a deal where I apologise and I admit guilt, and then if I do that then I go home.

“And I said, I’m never going to do that.”

“I’d rather go to jail for the next 25 years than accept guilt for telling the truth.”

Tommy thinks he’s 100% going to jail “I know 100 per cent I am going to jail.” said Tommy.

Robinson, 35 was released from prison in August. His original sentence for reporting outside the trial of a Muslim grooming gang in Leeds in Yorkshire was revoked earlier this year at the Court of Appeal.

Our Tommy will be facing a re-run the original trial, which was held in May – in secret, under a media ban, whilst the British media willingly participated in – and failed to report on an important turn in Britain’s national story.

Robinson has said he expects to be jailed for two years and that he was “being prosecuted because I’m Tommy Robinson, nothing else”.

A huge police operation is being put in place around the Old Bailey as thousands of his supporters are set to arrive to say goodbye to Tommy.

Politicalite will bring you updates live from the rally – ALL day long.

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