Alex Jones [Infowars] is the most annoying person – people want to hear what Caolan Robertson says on what went on in the courtroom and just as he’s about to speak, Jones comes in with one of his loud infomercials and so we don’t get to hear anything until 11.42. Godfrey Bloom knows nothing about it so why does Jones concentrate on him?
The Caolan Robertson testimony [11:42]
Another one which set it out well [courtesy Pcar] was this:
A most important take was the one called George, part of TR’s team, now with Lauren Southern in Canada:
From these, we find that:
1. Huddersfield Examiner ran a report on the trial of the Muslims on May 11th, the second batch of three batches, its last day was last Friday. This seems to be where the TR team got the idea to go there but no reporters were there at all. Therefore, either the MSM had been told beforehand or they had a policy of not turning up to these trials. TR’s team had had no notice.
2. In his live streaming, he was quoting from the BBC online report which listed the names on trial and he quoted those names from that. He did not stand on the precinct of the courthouse but some distance away. He was using words like “alleged rapist”.
3. There were two incidents of significance before the arrest. Firstly, the judge was filmed through an upstairs window – the same one who later sentenced him and he was standing there with police officers. He was looking straight at the TR crew and laughing/grinning. Soon after, the police van arrived with seven officers.
4. The second incident was that the various accused, quite free and at large, not in custody, arrived for the trial’s last day and words were exchanged between Caolan R and them, not TR himself, who was still some distance away. As this was filmed by the TR team, then this would have been of more significance as interference than what TR was doing. Yet they did not arrest CR. Not just that but where that happened near the door, the judge above could not have seen this bit going on. Therefore, the judge ordered the van on the strength of seeing TR with a mobile phone, through a window.
5. At that point, it had to be suspicion of commenting on the case, as the judge could not know what was being said – TR might have been phoning his wife for all he knew. Everyone has seen the actual arrest and it was not “on suspicion” of commenting on the trial in the least, it was for disturbing the peace. But the only people present were the TR crew, so what peace was being disturbed?
6. The contempt charge came later. They dropped the disturbing the peace bit and all sorts of things now happened. The court was obviously trying to keep CR and crew away, so TR was not added to the list for the day until moments before it actually started, then CR and the one called George were tweeted by someone internationally that TR was now on the list. Therefore, there was no chance of a lawyer briefing TR before the trial, as the trial began straight after TR was listed. That in itself was not due process.
7. Instead, a court-appointed lawyer was there, unbriefed, to represent TR and that person said that if TR pleaded guilty, he would be freed. CR and George got there to the courtroom as the judge began by looking at the live streaming footage, spent a few seconds on it, then stopped it and got on with the sentencing. Therefore, he could not conclude what TR had been saying by more than a few seconds, and that part was quoting the Beeb [see 2 above].
8. There was no reference by the judge to the previous suspended sentence – it did not arise. The conviction was based on the judge’s tens seconds long viewing of the live stream downstairs and the charge was now contempt. There was no jury of course – the judge was the jury. All through this, he was looking straight at CR [according to CR], not at TR himself.
9. TR was then taken away for 13 months, possibly reduced by half for good behaviour later. There was no communication out or in from or to TR. The gag was now placed on all UK publications that nothing about these proceedings could be reported on.
10. Many people tweeted, blogged and youtubed on the basis of anything coming out and by definition, it was without all the information, there was much speculation by those hostile to TR and that speculation did defy the ban but was not touched by the authorities.
11. Local MSM [UK] put pressure on the judge to lift the ban – they wanted to run hit pieces on TR. The judge agreed and the ban was lifted, the hit pieces then appeared at the BBC and Mail, minus comments sections. But it also lifted the ban from us.