Tommy Robinson 'lives in the same cell that once housed Lee Rigby's killer Michael Adebolajo'

Mail Online | 9/12/2019 | James Wood For Mailonline
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Tommy Robinson is in solitary confinement and living in the same cell that once house Lee Rigby's killer Michael Adebolajo, it has been revealed.

The 36-year-old English Defence League founder is currently serving time at maximum security prison Belmarsh in Woolwich, London after he was found to have committed contempt of court at the end of a two-day hearing at the Old Bailey in July.

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He was told during his trial that the time he previously spent behind bars for confronting members of an Asian sex gang during their trial in Leeds in May 2018 would be taken into account, reducing his sentence to 19 weeks - of which he will serve half before his release.

Belmarsh is a Category A prison and houses a number of convicted terrorists, or people convicted of terror related offences. But also holds people convicted of other serious crimes such as the black-cab rapist John Worboys.

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It has now emerged that Robinson is staying in the same cell that once housed Michael Adebolajo - who brutally hacked off-duty soldier Lee Rigby to death in South-East London in 2013.

Breitbart News reports that Robinson is confined to his cell from 11am every day, and only let out of solitary confinement for an hour every morning which he spends 'trudging around a grim prison yard'.

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He is also allowed another hour in the cell next door to his where he can use an exercise bike. And on occasion he is permitted to visit the prison gym.

The arrangement, it is claimed, is for his own safety. There are concerns he may be targeted by other inmates at the prison should he be let out. His window is also kept closed, after excrement was reportedly thrown through it.

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His current stint marks the second time he's found himself in...
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