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The founder of the English Defense League, real name Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, was filmed today as he was taken by police after he was detained at the Speaker’s Corner in central London.
Tommy Robinson appears to have been arrested on suspicion of violating coronavirus regulations at a protest in London.
In the image, the 37-year-old British Defense League founder is detailed by the police after an incident that took place today in Hyde Park.
It can be heard that the far-right activist was saying, “Damn, you’re breaking my arm,” because he was handcuffed to officers.
Tommy Robinson Arrested
He was taken into custody.
Tommy Robinson has been arrested at Speakers Corner. pic.twitter.com/UAkXmCI9mW
— London & UK Crime (@CrimeLdn) November 1, 2020
Supporters claimed the first meeting was about showing support for Hatun Taş, another activist.
He claims that he was attacked in the Speaker’s Corner after showing the image of the prophet Muhammad, an act considered extremely offensive to Muslims.
Current tier 2 Covid-19 rules in London are in place, meaning no more than six people can socialize outside, including public parks.
He told a supporter that he had been arrested on suspicion of carrying an assault weapon – but claimed he had done nothing wrong.
A group of fans surrounded him as the officers entered to detain him.
37-year-old Lennon told the police: “Damn you’re breaking my arm. What are you doing? I’m not resisting.”
Footage of the arrest was broadcast live, and a supporter heard him say, “There are 1,500 people watching.”
It appears that he participated in a protest at the Speakers’ Corner to support Hatun Taş, who was allegedly attacked after showing the image of the Prophet Muhammad.
Today’s footage shows Lennon, who appears in handcuffs, being taken away by two policemen while surrounded by at least 10 policemen.
A crowd gathers on board the van.
A spokesperson for the Met Police said: “Officers were policing a meeting at the speakers corner in Hyde Park on Sunday, November 1st.
“At 14.44, a man in his 30s was arrested under the coronavirus regulation for organizing or organizing the event. He was detained.
In 2018, Robinson was sentenced to 13 months in prison after breaking down the court order by posting a Facebook Live video outside the Leeds court.