THE JUDGE in Tommy Robinson’s police harassment case will make her judgement tomorrow (Friday), after leaving the court to attend a function at a local school.
Politicalite was in Peterborough as Activist Tommy sued the Cambridgeshire Constabulary for harassment over an incident in 2016.
The force threw Tommy and his family out of the city, on day two of the trial, we learnt that Cambridgeshire police deleted vital video evidence.
Robinson says officers targeted him and his family because of his ‘political beliefs’.
Robinson, 36 was at the Hop and Grain Store Pub with his kids in the English city of Cambridge in August 2016 on a ‘family day out’, he had taken his children to a local fair, and then went to the Hop & Grain to watch a football game.
The incident caused his children distress, and his daughter was so scared by the events, she ran into the road and was nearly killed, claimed Tommy.
Robinson said she “almost died” as she ran into traffic as she was so scared of what had happened.
Cambridgeshire Constabulary’s lawyer claimed that the incident ‘never happened.’
Robinson said it had been recorded by Police, but the footage was later deleted by Cambridgeshire police, that was confirmed today in court.
The incident had been filmed by ‘PC Ruddy’.
PC Ruddy said that he had deleted it the following day as he did not think it had ‘evidential value.’
Tommy’s lawyer Allison Gurden claimed that PC Ruddy ‘stopped filming because Robinson’s daughter ran into the street.’
Police said the Tommy and others had been identified as ‘risk supporters’ meaning they could potentially become violent and disorderly.
Robinson says the police were “terrorising his family”, and claimed they caused his youngest daughter to run out into the road and almost be hit by a bus.
The judge will give her verdict on Friday.