Tommy Robinson: First “Justice for Chelsey” march was just the start
On May 13, I was joined by a thousand other marchers, including Muslim gang rape survivor Chelsey Wright, on a protest through the streets of Sunderland.
At the local police station, we delivered a petition with over 50,000 signatures demanding that the police commissioner conduct a full investigation into the attack on this mother of three.
This march brought so much attention to this injustice that the online petition received 20,000 more signatures over the next couple of days.
Our goal now is to get over 100,000 signatures.
We are also holding a second "Justice for Chelsey" march on June 10.
Can we count on your support?
Please attend, and if you can't, please sign and share the petition at JusticeForChelsey.com.
We're not letting up. Chelsey represents countless ignored and forgotten women and girls who have been preyed upon by Muslim rape and grooming gangs, who are being ignored in the name of "political correctness.