Listen To Hollie Greig's Mother on the Paul Drockton Radio Show (external - login to view)
Wednesday, 03 March 2010 10:30
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Hollie Greig Protest Scheduled In Scotland (external - login to view)
Wednesday, 03 March 2010 10:25
Stuart Usher and his organisation, Scotland Against Crooked Lawyers (Scotland Against Crooked Lawyers - Exposing Endemic Scottish Legal Corruption (external - login to view)
), will be holding their monthly gathering outside the MSPs’ entrance to the Scottish parliament (outside Queensberry House in the Cannongate, Royal Mile) this coming Thursday 4th March 2010, from midday until 3pm.
Stuart says that everyone is welcome to attend, so long as they abide by his rules of keeping his monthly demonstrations peaceful and law abiding.
The focus of this month’s demo is once again the Hollie Greig case and attendees will be handing out leaflets re Hollie’s case and other related issues. Anyone wishing further information is free to contact Stuart on his home phone number and/or email address below.
01835 864 899
firstname.lastname@example.org (external - login to view)
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Brian Gerrish: Developments in the Hollie Greig Case (external - login to view)
Wednesday, 03 March 2010 10:22
Brian Gerrish made this video to explain why he couldn't make it to the 3 Truthcon events planned in Scotland late February. The Scottish Authorities threatened Brian with legal action if he set foot in Scotland .
Hollie Wasn’t the Only One That Lost Her Childhood in Scotland (external - login to view)
Wednesday, 03 March 2010 10:15
'I came across an article that was floating around Scotland around the same time as Hollie's case became public. What shocked me was not only the same people were involved in the case, Regional Procurator Fiscal - Elish Angiolini and Aberdeen Sheriff - Graeme Buchanan but also the fact that both case were dismissed because they had not come to trial within a reasonable time.
The two cased were back in 2001 and involved a little girl aged 10 years who had been sexually abused and small boy aged 7 years. It appeared ironic that this policy of kicking out such cases goes back a long long way.
When will the judicial system in Scotland understand that children endure years and years of pain and suffering because they are afraid to come forward? At some stage in their lives the children accidently come out with something that their parents pick up on or just simply reveal to their parents what had happened in their lives.'
Read more: Hollie Wasn’t the Only One That Lost Her Childhood in Scotland (external - login to view)