Tommy Robinson, Britain’s Last Lion, Roars
What moved Hilliard to this judgement was a long submission he had been given beforehand by Tommy Robinson. I suspect Hilliard was impressed by Robinson's obvious integrity but more importantly by the rigour of his arguments.
This was the statement Robinson's previous lawyers had advised him not to make - which is one reason why they are no longer his lawyers. Robinson had been told that if he pleaded guilty to the contempt of court charges laid against him he would not go to prison. But Robinson wasn't interested in bargaining for his skin. What he wanted was justice.
Robinson wanted justice for himself. But even more, he wanted justice for the many thousands of British girls who have been "groomed", drugged, tortured, pimped, and raped by successions of mostly Muslim gangs over a period of several decades.