Tommy Robinson is often accused of “stirring up hatred against the Muslim community” in the UK – and for a long time – was the only person to expose Muslim rape gangs in Telford and other towns, where thousands of young English women were subjected to serial abuse. .
With his latest film, Tommy proves he’s after the truth and not about “inciting hatred” as he follows the case of Ellie Williams, a 22-year-old from Barrow-in-Furness who claims she was kidnapped. Asian” gang rape. January On the 3rd, Williams was charged with “perverting the course of justice”.
“Williams’ allegations went viral in May 2020 after she published pictures of her injuries and an account of being groomed, trafficked and beaten on Facebook in a post shared more than 100,000 times,” writes Lanx Live.
The Facebook post sparked demonstrations in his home town of Barrow-in-Furness in Cumbria and prompted Tommy Robinson to visit the town to investigate the claims.
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“Two years ago I investigated allegations that a child rape gang was operating in Barrow-in-Furness. A young woman (Ellie Williams) posted online horrifying and threatening messages, allegedly sent to her by an abuser, as well as pictures of horrific injuries, again, by her abuser. are said to have arisen.
I quickly found out that Ellie Williams was not a reliable source of information as she had accused other men of beating and raping her, which I found to be completely false.
Talked to the two men accused of trafficking Tommy Williams, raping her, and beating her, Mo Rummy and Jordan Trengrove, and found the allegations false. Nevertheless, the left-wing media jumped all over it and accused Tommy of inciting hatred.
Nick always lies about me, he lies to everyone here on Twitter
Hear it from the horses mouth, it’s Mo Rummy, the Muslim man accused of smuggling Ellie Williams in Barrow – a big lie
Hear what Mo has to say about Nick Lolls
Full doc coming https://t.co/0rECDYdq0x this weekend pic.twitter.com/dAJpujMFfZ
— Tommy Robinson (@TommyRobinsonNS) January 20, 2023
Nick Lawless of the Soros-funded “Hope Not Hate,” the British version of the SPLC, said Robinson “insulted the Muslim community in Barrow. Realizing she lied, Lennon tried to backtrack, pretending he never believed her. But he can’t undo what he’s done.
Tommy Robinson’s new documentary “The Phantom Rape Gang” is now available on Rumble: