The far-right activist says: “If I believe I’m morally right then I’m not bothered about what your law says.”
Tommy Robinson has told Sky News he does not care whether his message “incites fear” of Muslims as long as it “prevents children from getting raped”.
The English Defence League founder spoke about being found guilty of contempt of court in May last year for videoing and expressing views about suspects in a sexual grooming case in Canterbury.
He said: “If I believe I’m morally right then I’m not bothered about what your law says.”
The right-wing activist, whose real name is Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, says he wanted to warn people about the men on trial in Canterbury because they were on bail and he believed still posed a threat.