Court of Appeal frees far right activist leader Tommy Robinson – Daily Mail

at the appellant Stephen yaxley-lennon was committed to prison for 13 months for contempt of court at Leeds Crown Court on the 25th of May 2018. Of imprisonment included the activation of the three suspended committal order made in Canterbury Crown coffee earlier on the 22nd of May 2017 for contempt of court the appellant initially appeals to this coat only against the sentence imposed pumpkin in leaves but later he applied for extensions of time to enable him to appeal against the findings of content made against him in both Crown coils we now hamdum we refuse the extension of time in relation to the proceedings in Canterbury Crown called the appellant unequivocally accepted that he was in contempt of court in the way clearly identified to him and the purse it was followed was fair we grounds the extension of time and respect to the finding of contempt in Leeds Crown Court and allow the appeal against that finding for the detailed reasons that out in the jaw essentially because the process was flow redirect that the matter be remitted for a rehearing before the recorder of London sitting at the central Criminal Court as soon as reasonably possible in the meantime the appellant will be released from custody
The far right activist, 35, has been in prison for two months after being locked up in May for filming defendants involved in a criminal trial at Leeds Crown Court and broadcast the footage on Facebook to 250,000 people. Robinson, whose real name is Stephen Christopher Yaxley-Lennon, has successfully appealed against his 13-month jail term for contempt of court – but his case will be heard again, judges ruled today. The decision to send him to prison has sparked several protests all over the country and the campaign to get him freed has garnered support abroad, especially in the United States. Fans were crying with joy and cheering when the news spread outside the High Court today where anti-racism campaigners also stood chanting against him.

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