Why UK police requested Rebel footage of a Tommy Robinson rally


On last night's episode of The Ezra Levant Show, we played some previously unreleased footage collected when we sent Jessica Swietoniowski to England to follow Tommy Robinson's MEP campaign and went through the negotiation I held after receiving a call from Interpol.

Local police didn't make a single arrest the day that the Muslim Defence League wore masks to throw bricks and bottles at the Tommy Robinson supporters gathered in Manchester.

Normally, we don't answer to any police force. So when Interpol contacted us through the Toronto Police on behalf of the Greater Manchester police asking for footage from the riot, I told them that I would assist only after they agreed to use the footage to charge the rioters, not Tommy's people.