Police release pictures of 17 ‘Free Tommy Robinson protesters’ after violent clashes at London demo

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POLICE have released images of 17 men after violence broke out at a ‘Free Tommy Robinson’ demo in Whitehall.

CCTV images from the protest on Saturday June 9 have been released by Metropolitan Police today.

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Metropolitan Police

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An image has been released of this dark-haired man
Metropolitan Police

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Police officers and members of the public were injured at the demo where roads were blocked and missiles thrown.

Five people were arrested on the day of the protest which took place around Trafalgar Square.

Robinson, the former EDL leader, had been jailed for contempt of court after posting a live video to Facebook outside Leeds Crown Court, after he allegedly ignored reporting restrictions on a long-running case.

He has since been released on bail.

Police are on the look-out for this dark-haired man
Metropolitan Police

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There is an appeal to find this man dressed in a white t-shirt
Metropolitan Police

There is an appeal to find this man dressed in a white t-shirt[/caption]

At the protest in June, demonstrators held Union Jack flags and placards calling for Robinson, 35, to be freed.

Detective Constable Jonny Wise, from the Met’s Public Order Investigations Team, said: “During this demonstration violent disorder broke out on the streets of Central London resulting in injuries to members of the public and numerous police officers.

“A post-incident investigation was launched, through which we have already identified a number of suspects as the result of a public appeal.

“We are incredibly grateful to the public for their help identifying individuals so far, and we are now issuing a further appeal for assistance in identifying the people in these images.

An image of this smiling figure has been released by police
Metropolitan Police

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Police are looking for this man donning a black cap
Metropolitan Police

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This bald man has also been pictured
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An image of this hooded figure has been released
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An image of this hooded figure has been released[/caption]

Police are on the look-out for this man dressed in a blue jacket
Metropolitan Police

Police are on the look-out for this man dressed in a blue jacket[/caption]

This character in headphones has been pictured
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Police have released an image of this dark-haired man
Metropolitan Police

Police have released an image of this dark-haired man[/caption]

An image has been released of this man carrying an orange traffic cone
Metropolitan Police

An image has been released of this man carrying an orange traffic cone[/caption]

Police are looking for this smiling character
Metropolitan Police

Police are looking for this smiling character[/caption]

An image of this man wearing a red t-shirt has been released
Metropolitan Police

An image of this man wearing a red t-shirt has been released[/caption]

Police are looking for this man in an appeal
Metropolitan Police

Police are looking for this man in an appeal[/caption]

“If you recognise anyone, please contact the Met’s Public Order Investigation Team on 020 8246 0076 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 500 111.”

Robinson was sentenced to 13 months in prison earlier this year after broadcasting footage of trial defendants on social media. He claimed he was “reporting” on a grooming trial involving 28 Asian men.

But the 35-year-old was released after the Court of Appeal ruled there were technical flaws in the ruling of the judge who jailed him. He is now awaiting a retrial.


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