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Tommy Robinson supporters in London this weekend 15:41 - Aug 4 with 1923 viewsNotLoyal

What total and utter scumbags.
[Post edited 4 Aug 15:45]

No I didn't invent the tit wÁnk you stupid fcking twát Oh ... Shhhhh, yes it's me, I think I really p1ssed that bloke from Aberdare off. Don't tell him.
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Tommy Robinson supporters in London this weekend on 15:51 - Aug 4 with 1231 viewsLohengrin

And then there’s this...

https://metro.co.uk/2017/07/30/ringleader-of-child-sex-gang-to-be-released-from-

An idea isn't responsible for those who believe in it.

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Tommy Robinson supporters in London this weekend on 15:53 - Aug 4 with 1224 viewsexiledclaseboy

Oh look out. The not Tommy fans are about.

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Tommy Robinson supporters in London this weekend on 16:08 - Aug 4 with 1174 viewsunion_jack

Tommy Robinson supporters in London this weekend on 15:51 - Aug 4 by Lohengrin

And then there’s this...

https://metro.co.uk/2017/07/30/ringleader-of-child-sex-gang-to-be-released-from-


Priti Patel needs to look into this and all other early releases. Has she the balls?

This is outrageous.

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Tommy Robinson supporters in London this weekend on 16:16 - Aug 4 with 1157 viewsLohengrin

Tommy Robinson supporters in London this weekend on 16:08 - Aug 4 by union_jack

Priti Patel needs to look into this and all other early releases. Has she the balls?

This is outrageous.


Apparently not. If you point out the disparity between ‘The Authorities’ attitude between venality and vocal objection then you’re a ‘Tommy fan.’

An idea isn't responsible for those who believe in it.

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Tommy Robinson supporters in London this weekend on 16:22 - Aug 4 with 1140 viewsexiledclaseboy

Tommy Robinson supporters in London this weekend on 16:16 - Aug 4 by Lohengrin

Apparently not. If you point out the disparity between ‘The Authorities’ attitude between venality and vocal objection then you’re a ‘Tommy fan.’


Well the article is scaremongering nonsense for a start. It’s starts off by saying he “...has been released from prison...” but he hasn’t. It then goes on to say “he is now reportedly set to be released on licence as early as November.”

What is probably true is that he’s eligible to apply to be released on licence in November but there’s no guarantee that he will be. Yet here you are jumping straight into a minutes old thread about Tommy, who you’re absolutely no supporter of at all. No siree Bob.

Pull the other one.

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Tommy Robinson supporters in London this weekend on 16:40 - Aug 4 with 1108 viewsLohengrin

Tommy Robinson supporters in London this weekend on 16:22 - Aug 4 by exiledclaseboy

Well the article is scaremongering nonsense for a start. It’s starts off by saying he “...has been released from prison...” but he hasn’t. It then goes on to say “he is now reportedly set to be released on licence as early as November.”

What is probably true is that he’s eligible to apply to be released on licence in November but there’s no guarantee that he will be. Yet here you are jumping straight into a minutes old thread about Tommy, who you’re absolutely no supporter of at all. No siree Bob.

Pull the other one.


”Yet here you are jumping straight into a minutes old thread about Tommy...”

I’m working nights, mun. I haven’t been up that long and it was the first thing I saw when I logged on for a nose about. It’s not like I’ve been laying in wait!

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Tommy Robinson supporters in London this weekend on 18:25 - Aug 4 with 978 viewslondonlisa2001

Tommy Robinson supporters in London this weekend on 16:22 - Aug 4 by exiledclaseboy

Well the article is scaremongering nonsense for a start. It’s starts off by saying he “...has been released from prison...” but he hasn’t. It then goes on to say “he is now reportedly set to be released on licence as early as November.”

What is probably true is that he’s eligible to apply to be released on licence in November but there’s no guarantee that he will be. Yet here you are jumping straight into a minutes old thread about Tommy, who you’re absolutely no supporter of at all. No siree Bob.

Pull the other one.


Firstly the article is from 2017.

Secondly, he was sentenced to 14 years custody and 8 years on licence, and was automatically released halfway through his custodial sentence (due to time also spent on remand, he’d been inside for 7 years).

Thirdly he breached the terms of his licence and was put back in jail in early 2018, where he still is.

Don’t get me wrong, he should be locked up forever in my view, but the article is both old and wrong.
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Tommy Robinson supporters in London this weekend on 18:36 - Aug 4 with 955 viewsFlashberryjack

Tommy Robinson supporters in London this weekend on 16:22 - Aug 4 by exiledclaseboy

Well the article is scaremongering nonsense for a start. It’s starts off by saying he “...has been released from prison...” but he hasn’t. It then goes on to say “he is now reportedly set to be released on licence as early as November.”

What is probably true is that he’s eligible to apply to be released on licence in November but there’s no guarantee that he will be. Yet here you are jumping straight into a minutes old thread about Tommy, who you’re absolutely no supporter of at all. No siree Bob.

Pull the other one.


So do you think that he's even being considered for early release a scandal ?
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Tommy Robinson supporters in London this weekend on 18:39 - Aug 4 with 948 viewslondonlisa2001

Tommy Robinson supporters in London this weekend on 18:36 - Aug 4 by Flashberryjack

So do you think that he's even being considered for early release a scandal ?


He wasn’t. The article is wrong.
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Tommy Robinson supporters in London this weekend on 18:42 - Aug 4 with 942 viewsFlashberryjack

Tommy Robinson supporters in London this weekend on 18:39 - Aug 4 by londonlisa2001

He wasn’t. The article is wrong.


Bloody hell ! that was quick.
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Tommy Robinson supporters in London this weekend on 18:44 - Aug 4 with 939 viewslondonlisa2001

Tommy Robinson supporters in London this weekend on 18:42 - Aug 4 by Flashberryjack

Bloody hell ! that was quick.


I’d answered it before your post, so was just repeating...

As I said, in my view, he should be locked up forever, but he wasn’t released before he ‘should have been’ if you see what I mean. He’s back inside now anyway thankfully.
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Tommy Robinson supporters in London this weekend on 18:53 - Aug 4 with 919 viewsFlashberryjack

Tommy Robinson supporters in London this weekend on 18:44 - Aug 4 by londonlisa2001

I’d answered it before your post, so was just repeating...

As I said, in my view, he should be locked up forever, but he wasn’t released before he ‘should have been’ if you see what I mean. He’s back inside now anyway thankfully.


"but he wasn’t released before he ‘should have been"

I didn't say that he had, what I suggested that it's an absolute disgrace that he was ever even considered for early release.
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Tommy Robinson supporters in London this weekend on 18:53 - Aug 4 by Flashberryjack

"but he wasn’t released before he ‘should have been"

I didn't say that he had, what I suggested that it's an absolute disgrace that he was ever even considered for early release.


It was automatic halfway through his sentence according to an article I saw on the BBC. But I’ve no idea why. I’d thought those sorts of extended sentences with a custodial bit and a licence bit were 2/3rds minimum and even then only after parole.

These types of offenders need to start getting life sentences. They’re extremely dangerous.
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Tommy Robinson supporters in London this weekend on 19:11 - Aug 4 with 884 viewsFlashberryjack

Tommy Robinson supporters in London this weekend on 19:04 - Aug 4 by londonlisa2001

It was automatic halfway through his sentence according to an article I saw on the BBC. But I’ve no idea why. I’d thought those sorts of extended sentences with a custodial bit and a licence bit were 2/3rds minimum and even then only after parole.

These types of offenders need to start getting life sentences. They’re extremely dangerous.


Totally agree, but why shouldn't it be if someone is sentenced to 6 years in prison, they actually serve 6 years and not half or even less.
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Tommy Robinson supporters in London this weekend on 19:14 - Aug 4 with 880 viewsexiledclaseboy

Tommy Robinson supporters in London this weekend on 19:11 - Aug 4 by Flashberryjack

Totally agree, but why shouldn't it be if someone is sentenced to 6 years in prison, they actually serve 6 years and not half or even less.


Cos there’s too many people in prison.

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Tommy Robinson supporters in London this weekend on 19:11 - Aug 4 by Flashberryjack

Totally agree, but why shouldn't it be if someone is sentenced to 6 years in prison, they actually serve 6 years and not half or even less.


Yes, but all that would happen then is they get sentenced to half the length of time. I guess at least this way, the ones who are deemed unsafe, don’t get released.

If we changed the way we dealt with the issue of drugs, perhaps there’d be more room.
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Tommy Robinson supporters in London this weekend on 19:14 - Aug 4 by exiledclaseboy

Cos there’s too many people in prison.


Fair enough, so give them 3 years instead of 6.
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Tommy Robinson supporters in London this weekend on 19:25 - Aug 4 with 854 viewsexiledclaseboy

Tommy Robinson supporters in London this weekend on 19:22 - Aug 4 by Flashberryjack

Fair enough, so give them 3 years instead of 6.


Or put far fewer people in prison so those who need to be there can be kept there for longer.

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Tommy Robinson supporters in London this weekend on 19:56 - Aug 4 with 818 viewsFlashberryjack

Tommy Robinson supporters in London this weekend on 19:25 - Aug 4 by exiledclaseboy

Or put far fewer people in prison so those who need to be there can be kept there for longer.


So how would you go about that then ?
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Tommy Robinson supporters in London this weekend on 20:03 - Aug 4 with 809 viewsexiledclaseboy

Tommy Robinson supporters in London this weekend on 19:56 - Aug 4 by Flashberryjack

So how would you go about that then ?


Hugely increased use of community sentencing for non-violent and white collar offenders, for example.

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Tommy Robinson supporters in London this weekend on 20:06 - Aug 4 with 803 viewsFlashberryjack

Tommy Robinson supporters in London this weekend on 20:03 - Aug 4 by exiledclaseboy

Hugely increased use of community sentencing for non-violent and white collar offenders, for example.


Burglary (non violent) ?
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Tommy Robinson supporters in London this weekend on 20:07 - Aug 4 with 801 viewsexiledclaseboy

Tommy Robinson supporters in London this weekend on 20:06 - Aug 4 by Flashberryjack

Burglary (non violent) ?


No.

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Tommy Robinson supporters in London this weekend on 20:12 - Aug 4 with 791 viewslondonlisa2001

Tommy Robinson supporters in London this weekend on 20:06 - Aug 4 by Flashberryjack

Burglary (non violent) ?


Drug possession would be a place to start. And loads are in prison for ‘theft from shops’.

I’m not saying theft from shops is ok, but I’d rather the sex offenders were in for longer if I had to make a choice.
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Tommy Robinson supporters in London this weekend on 20:25 - Aug 4 with 766 viewsFlashberryjack

Tommy Robinson supporters in London this weekend on 20:07 - Aug 4 by exiledclaseboy

No.


Even if they burgled your house and sh*t on your bed ?
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Tommy Robinson supporters in London this weekend on 19:14 - Aug 4 by exiledclaseboy

Cos there’s too many people in prison.


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