Tommy Robinson’s Appeal

In late May I said the following regarding the arrest and imprisonment of Tommy Robinson:

Robinson has not been arrested for filming outside a court building, he’s been arrested because he embarrasses the ruling classes.

The fact Robinson was originally arrested for breach of the peace and later that changed to prejudicing a trial shows the authorities aren’t really interested in what they charge him with provided he ends up behind bars.

Whereas one could have expected the usual suspects to be chortling with glee over Robinson’s predicament, I felt rather too many people who ought to have defended him were secretly glad he’d been found guilty of contempt of court because that meant they didn’t have to. A lot of people thought, provided he’d been found guilty by a judge, then guilty he was even though it was obvious that the whole thing stank to high heaven. At best, one could see Robinson had been singled out for punishment; at worst, one suspected the police and judiciary were under political orders to get Robinson behind bars ASAP.

I knew it was bad, but I only began to understand just how bad when I listened to James Delingpole’s podcast with Canadian conservative Ezra Levant: his description of Tommy Robinson’s treatment at the hands of the British state sounds like something from a Cold War documentary about Eastern Europe. I urge you to listen to it, just to get an idea of what a stitch up it was. It is an absolute, utter disgrace and as Levant asks, where were the media in all of this? Where was Amnesty International, who worked so tirelessly on behalf of the jihadists in Guantanamo Bay? Or Reporters Without Borders, who seem awfully silent on the fact a man was jailed for making a video on his iPhone on public property outside a court. The reason is these sorts of organisations are made up of people who, secretly and not so secretly, are happy he’s behind bars. Whatever principles these organisations adopted got jettisoned a long time ago, and we should remember that whenever they’re cited as a moral authority on anything.

Anyway, I’d just finished listening to the Delingpole podcast when I saw on the news that Robinson had been released after appealing his most recent sentence. The full judgement is here, and it makes for grim reading if you’re someone who wishes to convince others that Britain isn’t becoming a banana republic. Consider this:

The appellant, Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, who uses the pseudonym Tommy Robinson
for political purposes, was committed to prison for a total of 13 months on 25 May 2018
for breach of an order made under section 4(2) of the 1981 Act.

Imprisoning someone for 13 months for contempt of court is unprecedented and, as Levant explains in the podcast, Robinson was moved from HMP Hull to HMP Onley, which is notorious for its Muslim prison gangs. Why he was moved and who authorised it is not public knowledge, but in a country where the process is the punishment, it is impossible to rule out vindictiveness. As such, Robinson had to enter solitary confinement for his own protection; I doubt anyone will be held accountable for this.

Now I don’t have the legal knowledge to do a proper analysis of the appeal court judgement, but this is pretty damning:

At no stage were particulars of the alleged contempt put to the appellant for him to accept or deny them.

For some years now people have expressed deep concern that employees or students suspected of wrong-think have been subject to a Kafkaesque process during which the accused was never told what they did wrong (the case of Lindsay Shepherd is a good example). This method of getting rid of non-conformists is becoming ever-more common, and I’d even argue it’s standard in many large corporations; it certainly seems to be the case in universities. Am I therefore surprised the British judicial system has followed the same path? Given the direction of travel, no I’m not. With people like Blair, Cameron, and May running the country it was only a matter of time.

That hearing began with reference to the appellant’s antecedents and was followed by mitigation.

It seems the judge had already decided Robinson was guilty and all that was left was his counsel to argue mitigation. This is important because many of Robinson’s detractors in the media and elsewhere thought they held a trump card because he’d plead guilty to contempt of court. Turns out, he did no such thing – nor was he even given an opportunity to do so.

Which brings me onto our old friend The Secret Barrister, whose pomposity and sneering at Robinson and his supporters was overlooked by those willing to do so on the grounds that at least the legal analysis was sound. The entire premise of The Secret Barrister’s original post was that objections over Robinson’s treatment were the ill-informed ravings of knuckle-dragging racists and he, a respected barrister with impeccable anti-racist credentials, would explain why they were wrong and it was all above board. But as I said at the time, the purpose of the post was not so much to inform as to signal the author’s virtue, and now he’s been found out big-time. He’s written a post following the appeal court ruling, and if you have the patience to wade through more than four thousand words you finally get to the bit where he says he was wrong:

So I hold my hands up – imperfect information makes for imperfect predictions. But is there a wider issue here, among me and other legal commentators? Were we too quick to dismiss the case with a “nothing to see here” wave of the hand, blinded by the unappealing nature of Robinson’s supporters and the organised maelstrom of fake news stirred up here and abroad? Maybe we were.

Not maybe: you were, and you owe them all an apology. Now either you knew this case stank but you pretended it didn’t, which makes you dishonest. Or you didn’t know what a blind man a mile away could see, which makes you incompetent. Which is it? Sadly, all we get is this:

I’d suggest, self-servingly, that an inaccurate but well-meaning prediction – such as we all make in the courts every day – is lesser a social evil than the deliberate, racially-tinged misinformation campaign that we do our best to counter.

Translation: “Good people like me defending a horrendous perversion of justice that saw a man jailed is less of a social evil than the objections of lower class oiks who were right all along.” And I think that sums up The Secret Barrister and his ilk rather nicely; all those who cited this charlatan’s post as a basis for their own views on Robinson’s imprisonment ought to take a long, hard look at themselves.

On the wider point, what disturbs me most about the actions of the judge who treated the case as a criminal matter, rammed the whole thing through in five hours without due process and tossed Robinson in jail, is that he must have known exactly what he was doing. He must have also known that, should Robinson appeal, he will come in for some heavy criticism. Despite this, he did it anyway, brazenly and blatantly, confident he will face no repercussions and that he will have the full support of the establishment, the media, and the chattering classes. The judge and those whose instructions he was following probably knew Robinson would get out on appeal, but believed the process would be enough of a deterrent for Robinson and others who might also consider embarrassing the ruling classes. And if he got himself beaten up or killed in prison, so much the better. This is not a justice system worthy of the name, and heads should roll. They won’t of course, and the authorities will be better prepared next time they need to silence an inconvenient voice. One lesson they will have learned, much to their delight, is they can count on the full support of a huge number of British people for whom maintaining middle-class sensibilities is more important than justice. I fear we’ve not seen the last of these cases, not by a long shot.

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63 thoughts on “Tommy Robinson’s Appeal

  1. Only a mob is going to fix this. It needs a hundred thousand men in London streets, armed as best they can contrive and demanding action or next time… it won’t be peaceful. Nor will those named by the mob live to see the end of the year. This kind of system wide corruption is not simply going to stand aside and give up their power.

  2. Actually, after Stalin, USSR and Eastern Europe had more free speech and less censorship. We had taboos and dogmas but they were relatively few and well known. There were no massive hate speech madness.

    Soviet leadership was much more competent on such things and knew that they can not push things over the edge.
    Propaganda was also more professional, they knew that they can not deny common knowledge and scapegoating must be done carefully.

    USSR had also muslims and rape but next to cover up USSR had also death penalty for rape and Soviet courts used this with great pleasure. We had law lessons in school and everybody was warned that there are crimes, when execution is almost certain . Murder, high treason and rape.

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  4. I’ll put my hands up and admit that I thought TR got what he deserved, for prejudicing a fair trial. (The next one in the series.)

    That said, the “prejudice” bit is ludicrous. Information travels so widely I doubt that a famous crime could be tried by 12 people who knew nothing about it. That court portraitists have to do their sketches from memory, that proceedings are not filmed etc makes justice more opaque, not more open.

  5. I’ll put my hands up and admit that I thought TR got what he deserved, for prejudicing a fair trial.

    I don’t count you among their number, but one of the things I really disliked about many people who said this was their implication that Robinson was not actually helping the victims and the chattering classes whittering on about fair trials were the ones who were really concerned.

  6. This country is blighted by the Well Off MIddle Class CUltural MArxist LOndon BUbble Scum–the womiccumalobus.

    However our own “side” has amongst its ranks numbers of well-off middle class snobs. Who look down their patrician noses at a pleb like Tommy who is–whatever his failings- bringing attention to outrages that are still gong on. At a price to himself.

    Those like Obnoxio and Old Holebone who are sound enough on Brexit/Free Speech etc but seem to have a blind spot or some personal animosity in this matter.

    Of course the middle class have not had the experiences of those in less well placed communities. When your acquantence with imported folk is mostly doctors/lawyers/small businessmen it may not be as easy to understand the rather different experiences of others.

    As numbers grow and as the number of “rough diamonds” being imported seems to increase with every passing month it will soon be that communities previously separate from unpleasant events elsewhere may just get a first hand understanding of what trying to get on with the “quiet enjoyment” of your life, family and premises already means for lots of British people.

  7. We’re going to see a lot of this on many issues. The self regarding elite have taken up so many indefensible positions that they are bound to be overturned on some issue or other. The wonderfulness of the EU and the NHS, keeping kids in school to 21, the idea that CO2 is the the sole determinant of climate, the idea that Muslims are uniquely peaceful are all at best unproven contentions that the self serving elite have staked their reputations on. And how they love their reputations!
    The wonderfulness of the EU is still hotly contested of course, but is certainly not unquestioningly accepted any more. Doubts on the wisdom of ever more schooling are starting to rise. The actual effects of CO2 are increasingly questioned. The peacefulness of Muslims is generally regarded as a joke.
    On this latter issue there are signs that the self serving have seen the light after a couple of decades evidence and are trying to retreat- the existence of substantive trials for TR to report on provides evidence of that. Trouble is they are retreating in the hope of retaining credibility, not because they’ve seen the light. So they seek to cover up the lack of thinking that led them to an indefensible position. Which is why they don’t like TR- he’s showing them up.
    As to TR, his arrest was ordered by one man. That man was credibly described as angry. Within five hours that same man had acted as judge and jury. If that is justice it would be equally just to allow the victim of any alleged crime to act as judge and jury wrt the alleged perpetrator.

  8. It’s interesting. Back when the UK was hideously white, you could have luxuries like due process and the rule of law. But now that Britain has been blessed with glorious diversity, that has to go out the window in order to keep a lid on ethnoreligious tensions.

    It’s all a big improvement on the bad old days, or so we’re told.

  9. It would be easy to allow indignation over this to overflow and thereby ‘prove’ the establishment right.
    I think that would be a grave mistake.
    Tommy’s case appears such a clear breach of the law on so many counts, from the wrongful arrest, the angry and intemperate action of a prejudiced judge, the wrongful treatment of the confinement as ‘criminal’, the movement of a prisoner who represented no escape threat to a high security prison (a misuse of public funds), and the appalling condition, indeed, sanctioned torture, such as starvation, to which he was subjected, are so blatant as to provide ample opportunity to lawfully push back against the individuals concerned. The judge for one, must surely be removed as he has clearly demonstrated his unfitness to serve. The prison governor too: how does he justify the systemic starvation of a prisoner? Make the individuals accountable for their actions under the law: they cannot claim to have only been following orders. We heard that the last time.

  10. “”…. they cannot claim to have only been following orders. We heard that the last time….””

    And to avoid next time, all methods for stopping Nazism are justified. We down here in Eastern Europe call this a Nazi trap.

    Yes, torturing and starving prisoners is bad but Hitler started also from free speech and to avoid gas chambers, little law breaking or full communism is justified.

    Like James Baker put in. We made a monster of Hitler , a Devil and now after the war we can,t get rid from it anymore.

  11. There’s an interview with Tommy: he did not dare eat anything prepared in the kitchens and delivered to his cells, for contamination. All he could eat was a tin of tuna a day, which, as a sealed tin, was safer. I think the report said he lost 3 stone in bodyweight, or something like that?
    He could not open his cell window (in the heat) because if he did, the inmates threw shit in.
    On the judge: it’s a long standing convention a judge does not hear a case in which the judge witnessed the arrest – or ordered it. This one did. The judge did not present the full alleged contempt charge to Tommy, and only assumed a plea of guilty without ever actually asking for a plea. No time was allowed for defence or counsel, the judge didn’t even view all the video which was the alleged contempt. All of which is indicative, if not of senility, then of a hurried and intemperant behaviour. The judge was ‘outraged’ and it showed. Challenge the copper on the grounds for arrest: the copper is either unfit, or following orders. Whose? Work up case by case. Avoid the trap of mob+pitchfork. That just proves the establishment “right”.

  12. The appellant, Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, who uses the pseudonym Tommy Robinson for political purposes, was committed to prison for a total of 13 months on 25 May 2018

    The phrase “for political purposes” is misplaced exactly four words too early in that sentence.

    Note also that he has been sent back for another trial, presumably to prevent him suing the government and making them look like even bigger fools.

  13. You are a cheeky bastard Juri– if any method is ok to stop “Nazis” than applies equally to all the other scum of socialism including the murdering soviet scum who you fawn over.

  14. TR explained in his interview with Ezra Levant and also on Tucker Carlson last night that he couldn’t eat the prison food prepared for him. He stated that the general prison population gets their food in a dining/cafeteria type facility where they can see the food that is being served up to them. Because he was in solitary his food was delivered to his cell on a tray, he had no way of knowing if his food was contaminated by the Muslim prisoners who prepared and dished it up. The prison only allowed him to spend 12.00 a week on food (WTF?) so he survived on tinned tuna and fruit. He lost 40lbs.

  15. So, dickhead. Someone who has spent years studying and practising at the top of his profession writes something about that fucking clown, Tommy Robinson/Stephen Yaxley-Lennon/Whatever his fucking name is this week, that is totally CORRECT under English Law and you attack the Secret Barrister for pointing out the truth about him?

    Have you got a degree in law, eh, softarse? No? Thought not. I’ll tell you what you are. You are a cowardly, fascist, racist bellend who would be too shit scared to make his mouth in Britain. That’s why you’re in Paris where you can’t be touched, you utter paint-sniffing wankpuffin.

    Fuck off and die.

  16. Has the Honey-Badger not learned yet that rudeness & abuse just cause people to blank him out. If he has anything to say worth hearing, perhaps try using some good manners? It isn’t an exclusively English attribute.
    Most children learn this – the terrible two’s it is called. But I understand it can lie dormant for many years before reoccurring. I am sure that with some deep breaths, he can control his potty mouth and perhaps say something of interest.

    For example, to whom is the comment addressed? By reference to Paris, our host, maybe. Or maybe not. Who knows? Who cares?

  17. “Someone who has spent years studying and practising at the top of his profession writes something about that fucking clown, Tommy Robinson/Stephen Yaxley-Lennon/Whatever his fucking name is this week, that is totally CORRECT under English Law and you attack the Secret Barrister for pointing out the truth about him?”

    You’re referring to the “truth” about which Secret Barrister has subsequently apologized for getting all wrong? Yeah, I think an attack might be warranted, especially since his blather was disseminated very widely and with much credence by some. Such as you, I take it.

    You ought to learn to read critically before you write critically.

  18. Y’all lay off The Honey Badger! He obviously has a degree in blog-post-commenting, and it’s quite clear he’s spent years polishing his technique. Who are you to criticize him?!?!

  19. too shit scared to make his mouth in Britain

    Says the person abusing someone anonymously on the internet.

  20. I like honey badger, he’s such a bad boy, scary too! perhaps he could chastise us all in person what with him being so obviously capable.

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  22. I do not sniff paint.

    Honey badger is merely being progressive a preparing us for the joy of the British Police state.

    Oh and I Honeybadger I found your comment grossly offensive, and will be making a compliant to the police for a breach of the communication decency act-I think your liable for 5 years as a guest of her majesty.

    Law stuff is fun!
    Fuck wit

  23. ” I’ll confess, that did make me laugh. ”

    Me too, in fact the entire post is brilliant, if you are going to be a street sweeper be the best street sweeper and all that, best put down post of the year award there.

    A carton of beer to you Honey Badger.

  24. “So I hold my hands up – imperfect information makes for imperfect predictions.”

    Does anyone think if he’d had all the information he’d have done anything differently?

  25. Imagine my surprise when clicking on a webpage titled “Tommy Robinson’s Appeal” that it didn’t contain any alluring pictures of a scantily-clad bodybuilder wearing nothing but a strategically-placed Luton Town FC scarf.

    I’m off round to HoneyBadger’s to borrow his gay porn collection instead.

  26. “I do not sniff paint.

    Honey badger is merely being progressive a preparing us for the joy of the British Police state.

    Oh and I Honeybadger I found your comment grossly offensive, and will be making a compliant to the police for a breach of the communication decency act-I think your liable for 5 years as a guest of her majesty.

    Law stuff is fun!
    Fuck wit”

    So says the appropriately named “Wankpuffin”.

    Well, well, well, I see Newman’s little knuckle-dragging monkeys have been flinging their shit around their cages….

    But, back to Wankpuffin. “I find your comment grossly offensive, blah, blah, whinge, gibber, ptang, ptang, I’ll get the police after I’ve had a wank over Tommeh, waahh!” First of all, shithead, the police won’t do a sodding thing. In fact, it’ll be YOU getting done for wasting the police’s time, you moron. You know about as much about English law as you do about anything else – FUCK ALL. Can’t take it? Don’t dish it out.

    Now, the rest of you little cock-munchers. The Honey Badger is a SHE. She is a female Honey Badger with rather sharp claws and teeth. And the female is more deadlier than the male – especially when she’s pissed off with all the lies and bullshit people like Newman have been spreading. For your information, the Secret Barrister had it right all along. You lot of insufferable, sister-fisting, piss-drinking titwanks know fuck all about the law. Tommeh was originally convicted for doing the same thing at Canterbury Crown Court the year before. So, what does our hero do? He forgets he’s on a suspended prison sentence, forgets the trial of these nonces is what is called a linked trial, meaning other defendants are being tried for the same offence, and there is a postponement order in place until after the trials are over – totally above board in this country – and starts claiming to be a “journaliste” in order to make a show of himself outside Leeds Crown Court. Yes, he was dealt with rather quickly but for Contempt of Court cases that can be allowed under law. The Secret Barrister did not make a mistake and nor did he apologise, much as you bunch of incorrigable wankers wish he did. Nor when he was in prison he had to eat tinned tuna in his cell, lost three stone in weight (Tommeh is not very tall so if he had lost three stone in weight he’d look like a skeleton, you thick twats) or was put in a prison with a high Muslim population. If he couldn’t do the time he shouldn’t have committed the crime, eh?

    As for Newman being in Paris, check his Twitter bio. I couldn’t care less where the little pissflap is. The fact is he is making his mouth, spouting bullshit with nothing to back it up.

    I mean, intelligence really isn’t any of you lot’s strong point, is it?

    Go and suck on your grandmother’s warty cocks.

  27. Now, the rest of you little cock-munchers. The Honey Badger is a SHE.

    Go and suck on your grandmother’s warty cocks.

    And a classy she at that.

  28. Well, Newman. Even if I was covered head to toe in shit I’d still be more classy than you, you insufferable neo-Nazi bellend.

    Go and fist your sister.

  29. I’m really warming to La Balireau Miele.

    And it’s pleasing to see this blog’s moderators didn’t go to the same school as the Grauniad’s “Komment Macht Frei” mob.

  30. Also, “Wankpuffin”. Whinging about a “police state” yet threatening to get the police onto me for merely pointing out that you and the rest of your fellow commentators are goat-felching, fascist cockwombles rather makes you two faced, does it not?

    Have a fucking awful day.

  31. I am delighted that the outrage on his arrest and summary imprisonment is vindicated by the appeal court judge.

    By focusing on that, we forget the gagging order on his arrest and the reasons for it: the establishment’s determination to curtail information on crimes committed against the indigenous population by hostile colonists.

    Where are the media apologies and calls for scrutiny to avoid a repeat? Also where is the outrage in the msm at his treatment in prison? Moving him to a largely Muslim prison? Placing him near the prison mosque? So that his door could be rattled and abuse shouted, left unlocked on three occasions? On the ground floor so he had to keep his window closed in stifling weather to protect himself from spit and excrement? The delay in his appeal being heard because of reduced time with his legal counsel? Who made these decisions?
    (Look up his interview with Tucker Carlson on Fox)

  32. “Have a fucking awful day.”

    I assume the Mumsnet server is down and Boots is all out of Morning Primrose.

  33. The Honey Badger’s Daddy should sue her Swiss Finishing School for his money back.

  34. My money is still on honey badger being a fella, only now I think of it sitting in front of the pooter in a dress going mental, boring now though.

  35. And still the little moneys are flinging shite around their cages. This from “mjh”:

    “Also where is the outrage in the msm at his treatment in prison? Moving him to a largely Muslim prison? Placing him near the prison mosque? So that his door could be rattled and abuse shouted, left unlocked on three occasions? On the ground floor so he had to keep his window closed in stifling weather to protect himself from spit and excrement? The delay in his appeal being heard because of reduced time with his legal counsel? Who made these decisions?”

    Listen, you halfwitted wankstain. Have you ANY proof that Little Tommeh was treated badly in prison? That faeces was flung through his window? (since when did they have open windows in prison cells?) That the prison HMP Onley was a largely Muslim prison (Eh? Why aren’t you screaming for “Christian” prisons?) and all the bullshit you have come out with? Come on, man. Where is your proof? Unless you were actually a prisoner there or worked there as a screw then you know FUCK ALL about it. Do you not see that Little Tommeh was in prison because he was convicted of an offence whilst serving a suspended sentence? That he DESERVED to be there. He’s a big boy now. He knows he did wrong – he even admitted it in court. That if he didn’t like doing the time he shouldn’t have done the crime? So, come on, where is the proof that Little Tommeh was badly treated whilst inside. Incidentally, the reason why Amnesty International didn’t get involved is because they know he’s a little fascist amoeba who has got a criminal record as long as his arm and groups like AI are not his favourite people.

    This, from “Jake Thackeray”: “I assume the Mumsnet server is down and Boots is all out of Morning Primrose.”

    Mumsnet is next in my sights so that will satisfy you. And, besides, you pig-felching retard, what has Mumsnet got to do with this? I would also like to ask your girlfriend/sister/mother (all one and the same thing) Julia Mentalcase, sorry, Manton, if she fancies taking on The Honey Badger because, if she did, she’d end up in a right mess – all blood and gore – and it’s getting perilously close to tea time. See, I’ve had a look at her profile. Our Jules hates left-wingers but seems happy to comment on the website of a left wing newspaper, the Guardian. Maybe because she’s a screeching harpy with the IQ of a turnip.

    This, from “Graeme”: What is the obsession with fisting imaginary sisters? I could ask you the same question, Graeme. I’m not the one with the obsession – you are.

    And finally, because it’s nearly tea time and I’m having Julia Manton à l’orange, this from “Oswald Thick, sorry, Thake”: “The Honey Badger’s Daddy should sue her Swiss Finishing School for his money back.” Well, Ossie, at least I went to school…

  36. “My money is still on honey badger being a fella, only now I think of it sitting in front of the pooter in a dress going mental, boring now though.” – “Fud”

    I wouldn’t want you to put bets on for me, Fud. I mean, you’ve probably put money on the Pope being Jewish… Mind you, you’re that thick – and I am talking serious thickness here in that you’d be outsmarted by a tomato – you don;t even know who or what the Pope is…

    Feel free to give your sister cunnilingus…

  37. “Some pointed questions for Sajid Javier from Paul Weston on TR’s prison conditions” – ljh.

    One, it’s Sajid JAVID, not “Sajid Javier”. Fucking hell! One of the most well know people in British politics and you can’t even get his name right!!!

    Two, why would Sajid answer questions from a racist embarrassment no-mark like Weston?

    God, you really are proof of the Dunning Kruger effect, aren’t you?

  38. threatening to get the police onto me

    You mean the obviously humourous “threat”?

    Some sexist monsters claim women don’t have a sense of humour, so maybe that confirms your gender. I wouldn’t like to say.

    Still, loving your work. Do carry on.

  39. Sorry The Honey Badger your complaining that Tommy who you call is a Facist might hsve supporters who are facist?

    But their facists.

  40. Holy Jesus!

    Did you actually type that whilst you were high on crack or something? Did you actually gaffer tape the cat to the keyboard and hit it with a mallet?

    Me speak English… You speak gibberish.

  41. I was busy getting fisted.

    It was very exciting, now report to the Met.

  42. Go on then. Report away. *Gets popcorn…*

    You can just imagine it, can’t you?

    WANKPUFFIN: “Officer, I am a right wing neo-Nazi fascist who has been upset by Honey Badger.”

    MR PLOD: “OK, Sir. Can you describe the Honey Badger?”

    WANKPUFFIN: “Well, she’s a badger…”

    MR PLOD: “Fuck me! Book this cunt for wasting police time…”

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