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BREAKING: Activist Tommy Robinson has been jailed for 13 months for covering Muslim rape trial

UK Journalist and activist Tommy Robinson has been arrested and charged with breach of the peace for filming outside a Leeds Crown Court where, yet another alleged Muslim Rape Gang were standing trial.

He has since been handed a 13-month prison sentence for contempt of court after he was arrested for filming a news segment for the Rebel Media, a Canadian media organization, outside the Leeds Court.

The court also banned media outlets in the UK from reporting on the arrest and imprisonment.

He was confronted by some of the alleged rapists who screamed obscenities, abuse and threats at him while being escorted into the court.

Robinson has been active for several years exposing the epidemic of Muslim rape gangs targeting non-Muslim England children and has been routinely arrested and jailed by UK police attempting to silence him.

Across the UK dozens of Muslim Rape Gangs have been exposed as operating sex trafficking rings targeting non-Muslim girls, some as young as 10, for sexual exploitation, drug peddling and torture. Several deaths have been linked to these gangs.

Shockingly in recent years police and local authorities have been exposed as being engaged in widespread cover ups of this mass abuse of England children and enabling Muslim Rape Gangs to continue to operate for fear of being accused of being politically incorrect if they moved to stop them.

Sarah Champion, Labour MP for Rotherham, a city which saw the first major revelations of local authorities and police covering up the decade long abuse of thousands of English girls has said that as many as a million English children have fallen victim to Muslim rape gangs in the past 30 years.

She described the situation with Muslim Rape Gangs targeting non-Muslim, white English girls as a “National Disaster”.

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