Canada arrests Tommy Robinson for immigration offense

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By Creative Media News

  • Tommy Robinson arrested in Canada for immigration violation
  • Ordered to stay in Calgary, surrender passport
  • Arrest disrupts his speaking tour across Canada

The 41-year-old was discharged later Monday morning. In the coming days, the far-right activist was scheduled to speak at many more gatherings in Canada.

Tommy Robinson, a far-right activist, has been arrested in Canada on suspicion of an immigration infraction.

Robinson, real name Stephen Yaxley Lennon, was detained on Monday before being freed. He said he was ordered to stay in the country and surrender his passport.

Footage shared online shows him shackled and brought to the rear of a waiting automobile.

A man who looked like a plain-clothes cop informed him that he was detained on an outstanding immigration warrant.

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The 41-year-old said on X, formerly Twitter, “none of this makes sense; I’m now detained in Calgary, unable to leave the city; these conditions prevent me from continuing my tour of Canada and meeting with podcast guests.

I’m not even allowed to leave to travel home.

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