"There is no free press"
Those just some of the words spoken by Tommy Robinson following the guilty verdict at his contempt trial in London Friday.
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Robinson found guilty of contempt for live streaming outside a child sex abuse trial in Leeds, England on May 25th of last year.
He was summarily tried then and imprisoned for more than two months until won an appeal, losing 40 pounds during his imprisonment under conditions where he was threatened by Muslim prisoners.
Potential - Years - Prison - Thursday - July
He faces the potential of two years in prison with sentencing set for next Thursday July 11th following conviction on this new contempt charge developed by the Attorney General of Prime Minister Theresa May following his successful appeal last year.
Robinson sending out an email to supporters Friday evening saying:
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"It is looking like I am going to be sent back to jail in six days time"
In Norway a secret verdict Wednesday in a sexual abuse trial involving a prominent politician.
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Former regional governor and cabinet minister Svein Ludvigsen found guilty in a case where he was accused of forcing young men who were asylum seekers, one 17 years old at the time, to have sex with him in exchange for jobs and housing.
Ludvigsen sentenced to five years in prison and ordered to pay damages to the three victims. The sentence was not revealed to the public until 24 hours after it was handed down.
Innocence - Verdict
He maintains his innocence and will appeal the verdict.
A civil lawsuit against actor Kevin Spacey has been dropped by a man who accused Spacey of groping him.
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His mother had said that Spacey bought her then 18 year old son alcohol and groped him on the island of Nantucket in Massachusetts.
A criminal case against Spacey was launched there and Spacey pled not guilty to a charge of indecent assault and battery earlier this year.
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