Tommy Robinson has been released from HMP Belmarsh, and has recounted in an interview with fellow journalist, Ezra Levant his extraordinary conversations with Julian Assange.
In the conversation, Robinson recalls that he entered and left Belmarsh prison without seeing another prisoner except Julian Assange. He described Assange as being in “health care”, the prison’s hospital unit, and spoke of being able to hold shouted conversations with him: Assange made it clear to Robinson that the isolation had “got to him”.
Robinson spoke also of the incongruity of being held with “terrorists and murderers” as a ‘civil offender’, but praised the Governor of Belmarsh for providing him with greater security in the prison.
You can listen to the full interview here: