On the last day before the Referendum I decided to go campaigning in Scotland on Hollie Greig/anti-paedophilia issues, as part of my ‘Battle for Britain’s Children 2014’. If Scotland got independence it could prove considerably more difficult if not impossible for an English person to campaign on Scottish streets on an issue of such proven sensitivity. There was even a danger that if the worst came to the worst (as I saw it, anyway) by the end of this week Hollie’s quest for justice and everything that Anne and Robert Green and not forgetting Tim Rustige have put into that over many years could disappear altogether down the rabbit-hole of history. A prime opportunity to strike a body-blow at the confraternity that prey on children in these islands could be lost forever…
A supporter recently contacted Blair McDougall of the Better Together campaign about this issue but has had no response. This is what she wrote:
5th September 2014
Dear Mr McDougall,
I wish to bring to your attention the total absence of an enquiry into child abuse in Scotland.
Today I have spoken at length with Callum Munro and James McMordie at Better Together.
It is abundantly clear that few in Scotland are aware that the over-arching enquiry into child abuse established at Westminster in July does not include Scotland. Even the announcement today of Fiona Woolf to lead the enquiry has not made this fact any clearer.
The issue is of course the HOLLIE GREIG case, by now synonymous with a catalogue of shocking anomalies including the non-investigated, medically-proven serial abuse of a Scottish Down’s Syndrome girl and the likewise non-investigated, suspiciously violent death of her uncle, key witness to her abuse, as well as the unlawful sectioning to a mental institution of her mother, plus a multitude of other breaches of the legal & judicial process and of police codes of office, multiple instances of perjury, breaches of Electoral law and Information law, misappropriation and misuse of public funds, incitement to wrong-doing and collusion between bodies in positions of public trust and much, much more – all having occurred under the administration and jurisdiction of and with the full cognizance of the present leadership of Scotland which is contending to continue as the leadership of an independent nation as of 18th September 2014.
In the lead-up to the Referendum Robert has written to the Better Together campaign regarding the Hollie Greig issue & cover-up and the failure of Alex Salmond to answer basic questions on the subject put to him via the Freedom of Information Commissioner in 2011. His failure in this regard is tantamount to a breach of the law, a serious fact that has so far been concealed from the Scottish voting public, yet shouldn’t they be made aware of it? The dereliction of his moral as well as legal duty on such an important issue as child-protection by the main contender for the leadership of an independent Scotland should surely be weighed into their considerations of all in process of coming to a decision as to whether to vote ‘Yes’ on 18th September. While it offers the ‘No’ campaign an opportunity to secure the advantage and rein in the still-undecided voters.
Mark 2 of David’s update to UK Column audience on Robert Green/Hollie issues, with useful advice as to what we can do to help Robert in his current situation of attrition at the hands of the Scottish state which David says is unprecedented, as well as to move things on generally – this is not going away.
Thanks once again to the UK Column for this latest news, would it were the case – see Rusty’s latest comment (below)
A must-watch. David gives an incisive update on the Hollie Greig case, as reflected in the treatment of Robert Green at the hands of the Scottish authorities, with especial focus on Sheriff Bowen’s sentencing comments on 17th February 2012.
No surprises in this story (also in the Daily Record Scotland a couple of days back) for followers of this campaign which is for those standing up to get justice for Hollie not to have their freedoms curtailed by the Scottish state and to secure justice for abuse survivor Hollie in order to protect other potential victims from the callous perverts who tormented her throughout her childhood.
Scottish Justice Secretary Kenny MacAskill appears not to be coping very well with the whole issue of institutional child abuse now it is inevitably bubbling up in Scotland, having already claimed headlines down south for weeks during spring-summer 2014…
So far we could only find a tweet from The Firm but hopefully we’ll hear more this week as to why Peter Watson, Senior Partner at Levy & McRae Solicitors Glasgow has quit the firm – did he jump or was he pushed, that’s the question.
Professor Watson aka ‘the uncrowned king of Scotland’ (Robert) or ‘Rasputin of the Glens’ (Rusty) seems to be Scotland’s top ‘fixer’ when it comes to covering up organised paedophilia. It was Watson who orchestrated the former Lord Advocate’s gagging of the press and media in regard to her involvement in Hollie’s issues in 2009 and it has gone on from there. Both Robert and Rusty have every reason to attribute their rough ride at the hands of the Scottish so-called justice system to this one man whose firm appears to represent the entire establishment of Scotland, media, politicians, fellow-lawyers, leading business people etc.
For reasons which can only be guessed at, having been no help to his beleaguered constituent while he was locked up in HMP Perth earlier this year, Robert’s MP David Mowat (Warrington South) has suddenly weighed in against MacAskill for his ill-fated remarks concerning Robert’s incarceration at the public meeting in Perth in May. Better late than never Mr Mowat! but of course we’re grateful and agog to see how the ‘Justice Directorate’ responds!
It’s not the best moment for these somewhat embarrassing revelations – for now, mainly the Warrington public are privy to this story but what if the Scottish voting public, having recently heard Salmond fluting to Darling about the ‘just society’ that an independent Scotland under his leadership will deliver catches a whiff of something distinctly ‘un-just’ going on at the Directorate?