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English Defence League founder Tommy Robinson claimed he was arrested for breach of the peace outside a courthouse in Leeds.
The right wing activist was streaming a Facebook live video outside Leeds Crown Court, where a grooming trial is reportedly underway, on Friday morning.
Robinson, real name Stephen Lennon, can be seen being led towards the back of a police van and searched in footage posted to his Facebook page.
He can be heard saying: “I’m being arrested? I am being arrested…I’m ‘causing a breach of peace’…I’m being arrested for breaching the peace.
“You’ve all watched this…Can someone get me a solicitor? What does that mean?
“This is free speech…look at this…this is where we’re at.”
Officers can be seen leading Mr Robinson into the back of a police van while reading him his rights.
West Yorkshire Police declined to comment.
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“White supremacy” is forbidden on Facebook, but “white nationalism” is OK. They know it’s bullshit, elsewhere talking of “overlaps with white nationalism/separatism,” but it’s what they’ve got.
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PanARMENIAN.Net – A Turkish court has put Rozerin Zeri , a human rights activist of Armenian origin, in pretrial detention due to her social media posts deemed to be “propaganda on behalf of a terrorist organization,” the Stockholm Center for Freedom reveals. According to a tweet posted by Acun Karadag, a history teacher who was fired with a government decree issued by the Turkish government in the aftermath of a controversial coup attempt on July 15, 2016, Zeri was put behind bars late on Saturday because of Facebook posts that are critical of the Turkish government.