THE HOME Office made the final decision to move jailed right-wing activist Tommy Robinson to a prison full of Muslim inmates according to reports.
Tommy was moved in the last 48 hours to HMP Onley Prison in the Midlands, The prison was designated “Unsafe” by Peter Clarke, the Cheif Inspector of Prisons.
Former Breitbart editor, Raheem Kassam, tweeted last night that the Home Office made the final decision to move Tommy Robinson to a ‘heavily Muslim populated prison’ in the Midlands, putting his safety at risk.
Mr Kassam, who is a former Muslim tweeted: “I am told the decision to move Tommy Robinson from a relatively safe prison to a highly unsafe one came from the @ukhomeoffice — which means people need to be asking questions of @sajidjavid, Britain’s new Home Secretary. #FreeTommy”
UPDATE: I am told the decision to move Tommy Robinson from a relatively safe prison to a highly unsafe one came from the @ukhomeoffice — which means people need to be asking questions of @sajidjavid, Britain’s new Home Secretary. #FreeTommy
— Raheem (@RaheemKassam) June 13, 2018
UKIP’s Lord Pearson today tabled a motion in the Lords to ask the Government “What steps they are taking to ensure his safety.”
Robinson was sentenced to 13 months in prison for ‘contempt of court’ last month after going Live on Facebook reporting the case of a Muslim grooming gang case.
The judge issued a media ban on the case, but this was soon lifted as tens of thousands shared the story online from the UK’s alternative media outlets including Politicalite.
UK Home Secretary is an ex-Muslim and serious questions are now being asked about the actions of the man holding the second most powerful office in the United Kingdom.
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