(Nathan) JON WEDGER, Chris Lambrianou & The Krays

As one of the Krays most trusted henchmen, Chris Lambrianou commanded fear and respect in the most brutal and bloodiest of worlds.
Violence and intimidation were a way of life in the East End of London in the 1960s as twins Ronnie and Reggie built their empire of crime.
When it crumbled, Lambrianou was jailed for his part in the murder of Jack ‘The Hat’ McVitie and spent 15-years locked up with some of Britain’s most dangerous criminals.
It was those experiences in the murky depths of the underworld which have enabled him to form an unlikely bond with a group of former servicemen battling PTSD.
At the age of 79, he is a committed Christian and a long since reformed character, who has spent 25-years working with ex-cons and recovering drug addicts to turn their lives around.
He is now helping to do the same with some Afghanistan veterans who are struggling to adapt to civilian life having seen the horrors of war.
The former gangster told the MailOnline: ‘I gave a talk at the Emmanuel Church in Bicester last year and all these ex-servicemen came and I got involved with them.
‘They offloaded a lot of stuff, they were frightened to go back into society.
‘These were men in the 40s who avoided going out for a drink because to them it was like being back in Helmand.
‘When they go to a pub it’s a closed environment, there’s things happening and they’re waiting for something to happen, for a bomb to go off.
‘That’s the way they see life, and all I do is let them talk to me. They’ve been through hell and so have I.
‘What we’ve got in common is that we’ve both lost something but also gained something and they respect me because of the amount of time I did in prison.
‘I know what it’s like to come from a world of violence and turn my life around so I find I can communicate with them.’
Lambrianou, along with his younger brother Tony, who died in 2004, were part of ‘The Firm’ – the inner circle of the Krays.
He had been in and out of borstal and prison as a youth and became involved in robberies, including blowing the safe in a post office in Stoke Newington, North-East London.
With a bear-like presence and hands as big as shovels, he had already carved out a menacing reputation around the East End before being noticed by the Krays.
His association with Ronnie and Reggie, however, helped him forge a criminal network all over the country, one that continued even while behind bars.
It was in Maidstone Prison after talking to Kray rival Charlie Richardson that he had a vision which changed his life forever.
He said: ‘I’ve never spoken publically about this before because I’ve always preferred to keep it to myself.
‘But there was one day when I’d been chatting to Charlie and he said ‘you coming in for a cup of tea?’ and I went ‘nah, I want to be on my own’.
‘And I went in my cell and I laid down on my bed and I thought about prison and I thought about all the people in prison, the children of prisoners, the parents, wives and family of prisoners.
Describing his religious conversion for the first time, Lambrianou said he had a vision in his cell: ‘I saw a figure in my cell with two others… I know that person was Jesus.’
Pictured: At the funeral of 1960s south London gangster Charlie Richardson
‘The ripple went out and out and out and then I began to think about my own life, how I’d been given a garden as a child but as I grew older I went through that garden and ripped up all the plants, trees and shrubs and decimated it.
‘That was all the lovely people who had tried to help me, who cared about me. I’d destroyed those relationships with those people like I’d destroyed the garden.
‘Tears began to stream down my face and I saw a figure in my cell with two others. He was dressed in European clothes, raincoat, collar and tie, long dark hair.
‘I said ‘how do I put this right, the tragedy of my life?’ and he said ‘follow me’ and that’s what I’ve tried to do. I know that person was Jesus.
‘He was there in my cell as real as anything and I knew then what I had to do.
Lambrianou went on: ‘I had to put all thoughts of crime behind me and out of my head.’ Once out of prison, he was rung by Charlie Kray but Lambrianou told him he wasn’t interested: ‘I told him ‘look, I’ve got a family, I’ve got my babies, I’ve got a job, I’ve got everything I ever wanted’
‘I had to put all thoughts of crime behind me and out of my head.
‘I got out of prison and Charlie Kray rang me and said ‘We’ve got everything going down here, get yourself back to London.
‘I said ‘Charlie, I’m not interested’ and he went ‘don’t be crazy, it’s here waiting for you’ and I upset a lot of people because I wouldn’t do it.
‘He said ‘why not?’ and I told him ‘look, I’ve got a family, I’ve got my babies, I’ve got a job, I’ve got everything I ever wanted. Why do I want to come down there for?’
‘He said ‘you mean it don’t you?’ and I did.’
Lambrianou’s spiritual conversion came during a life sentence, of which he served the minimum term of 15-years, for his role in the 1967 murder of Jack ‘The Hat’.
He and brother Tony, who was also later jailed, had helped dispose of McVitie’s body after he had been stabbed repeatedly by Reggie Kray and left in a basement flat in Stoke Newington.
Lambrianou had gone with McVitie to a party at the property earlier in the evening but left before he was killed.
Lambrianou’s spiritual conversion came during a life sentence, of which he served the minimum term of 15-years, for his role in the 1967 murder of Jack ‘The Hat’ who had been murdered by Reggie Kray (right)
He later returned to the flat, armed with a gun, to get his brother out but instead got embroiled in helping to clear up the mess.
He said: ‘Tony had already left and the Twins had fled, leaving their driver, Ronnie Bender, with the task of dumping the body over a nearby rail bridge.
‘I go downstairs and there’s Jack lying out in the front room by the fireplace.
‘I went in to the kitchen and I got some socks, put them over my hands and went round and wiped everything up.
‘Afterwards I went upstairs to get an eiderdown quilt to wrap up Jack’s body and saw two young children were fast asleep.
‘I got the eiderdown, took it downstairs and Ronnie Bender and me rolled Jack up in it.’
They had to wait until all was clear at an all-night bagel shop across the road before they could carry the body out and put it in the back of McVities’s car.
Tony, who had arrived back at the flat looking for his brother, agreed to drive the car south of the river.
Lambrianou then got into his vehicle and followed closely behind.
He said: ‘As we’re coming down the road, a police car falls in behind Tony. This was not long after three policemen were shot and killed by Harry Roberts.
‘My first thought was that if this was going to go wrong then two policemen were going to get shot.
‘If they had stopped my brother, I would’ve had no other option but to get out and shoot them because I’m going to get him away.
‘He’s bang to rights with a body in the back seat even though he hasn’t done anything.
‘I pulled back a little bit and we got to a bend in the road where there was a police station and they turned off. Thank God for that.
McVitie’s body was eventually dumped in Rotherhithe, South London, for another gangster Freddie Foreman to get rid of.
Unlike other members of The Firm, Lambrianou did not turn Queen’s Evidence and kept his silence during his trial in 1968.
He was released from Winson Green prison in Birmingham in 1983 and after a spell working as a roofer and carpenter in the city was introduced by his probation officer to the Ley Community, a rehabilitation centre in Yarnton, Oxfordshire.
The centre, set amid five acres of countryside is the former home of explorer Dr David Livingstone and currently houses 25 people undergoing a 12-month rehab. Many are referred to from prisons.

Lambrianou gives inspirational talks to the residents and still pops in on a part-time basis to help.

Ironically given his criminal background he has joined forces with former Metropolitan Police detective John Wedger to organise a sponsored canal walk from London to Manchester to raise funds for the charity.

He has now found peace living in the Oxfordshire countryside with his wife Helen having fathered seven children, including twins, and becoming a grandfather of eight.

Sitting on a bench under the glare of the winter sunshine, he reflects on his past life and says he has no regrets quitting crime.

He adds: ‘Were the Krays successful? No they weren’t.
‘Charlie Kray died in prison, Ronnie died in Broadmoor and Reggie died in hospital having only been let out because he had a couple of weeks left to liv
‘Yet they’re supposed to be legends.
‘If you want to know what success is, look into the eyes of your child and if they’re smiling back at you that’s it.
‘It’s not how much money you have in the bail
‘Have I got a roof over my head? Food on the Table? Clothes on my back? Yes I have.
‘Have I got love in my life? Yeah I have. I’m rich1.’

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#ScotCops Probe Child Sex Abuse Cult ~ Children of God #COG #CSA #Cult

MARCH 2018

DETECTIVES have launched an investigation into a religious sex cult operating in Scotland, we can reveal today.

Police Scotland confirmed an inquiry into the Children of God cult, which operated around the country in the 1980s and ’90s.

The inquiry can be revealed just weeks after Alexander Watt, the first British member of the cult to stand trial for child sex abuse, was convicted in Scotland.

In a harrowing interview, his daughter Verity Carter today breaks her silence to reveal her years of abuse in Children of God communities around Scotland.

The cult was founded in 1960s California by David Berg, whose teachings encouraged sexual relations between children and adults. He died in 1994 while on the run from the FBI.

Detective Chief Superintendent Lesley Boal yesterday confirmed an “ongoing investigation” into the Children of God.


My Hell on Earth

A sex cult survivor has spoken for the first time about the abuse she suffered while growing up in the notorious Children of God sect.

Verity Carter was repeatedly raped and abused, forced on to the streets to trick people into donating money and taught how to conceal her torment from social workers and teachers.

Verity, now a 38-year-old Edinburgh mum, said:  “My earliest memories are from the age of four, being abused by my own father. He would touch me and kiss me in a way that made me feel so uncomfortable. I would cry and beg him not to. If I complained, I was told that I must have a demon inside me because sex was love, and love was what God wanted us to show each other. I was not even old enough to go to school at that point but there was far worse to come.”

Verity was brought up until the age of 15 in the Children of God, which was started by David Brandt Berg in California in 1968. By 1972, there were 130 communities scattered throughout the world, and in Scotland operated in Renfrewshire, Lanarkshire, Ayrshire and Edinburgh.

Hollywood actors Rose McGowan and Joaquin Phoenix were among those born into the cult. They have talked about their early childhood experiences in the sect which has since changed its name to The Family International.

Berg, who went on the run after the FBI launched an investigation into sex abuse, liked to be called Moses, or Mo, and preached a distorted Biblical rhetoric which, they claimed, justified their abuse of women and children.

Verity said:

“My father, at least, did not rape me and would often even be ‘kind’ to me. The worst abuses, the rapes and numerous sexual assaults, came from others within the communes we were forced to live in around Scotland, right under the noses of the authorities. I can remember all their faces still, but the cult was very clever. Most did not use their real names, but the names they were given, usually Biblical.

I was called Rejoice, although I had little to rejoice in.”

Berg, a bearded Californian preacher, demanded women go into communities as “bait” to engage men in sex to draw them into the cult, a former practice known as “flirty fishing”.

Verity said: “Those women would get pregnant and their children would be known as ‘Jesus babies’, and growing up I met a number of them.

“The outside world was referred to a ‘systemites’ and we were taught as soon as we could talk that they were not to be trusted.

“Our homes were filled with pornographic pictures and teachings from Grandpa David, and the systemites were never to see them or we were warned we would all be taken away from our families, put into children’s homes and probably murdered. We were just children, but we were told it was our responsibility if our cover was blown. We had to present ourselves to the public at all times as happy smiley children who loved God, nothing else. If anyone asked questions, we were told to say we loved God and we wanted to be missionaries.

The truth was that unspeakable things were being done to us in the name of a perverted old man cashing in on the money we’d be sent out to collect most days. On a good day, I could collect up to £400 by smiling and just asking people if they loved God. I was too young and naïve to question it, but I wonder where all the millions of pounds collected all over the world ended up.”

Verity was only briefly sent to school – cult leaders feared teachers would discover what was going on – and if an inspector was to call at their community, incriminating evidence would be hidden in advance.

She said: “I was taken out of school because the elders thought I might blurt out something and bring unwanted attention. My mother taught me and we’d get home visits from inspectors, but they were woefully inadequate.

“We’d know when the inspectors were coming, all the pornographic books were hidden away and we’d be cleaned up and rehearsed what to say until we were word perfect. The school inspectors, social workers, and doctors who all saw us, were all fooled. Nobody seemed to want to ask questions and risk asking something that might ‘upset’ our religion. None of us dared say anything that would cause concern or we’d be beaten and punished for weeks.”

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Berg’s teachings were often issued in the form of comic style books, with topics such as “The Woman Who Wouldn’t”, a tale warning of dreadful punishment for a women who refused to have sex. Other teachings included ‘God Loves Sex … The Devil Hates It’, and Berg would state the Hitler was an ‘avenging angel’ helping rid God of ‘bad people.’

Verity added: “I was told I wouldn’t live beyond 10, that I was an End Time Soldier, and it would be our glorious destiny to be raped and tortured in the name of God.”

She said other cult members would regularly visit, and they were “drilled” to be able to evacuate a home within minutes, with a bag ready packed, leaving nothing behind for the “systemites” to use against the cult.

Sandy Brindley of Rape Crisis Scotland, who has supported Verity, said:

“Changes to the law which allow child abusers to be pursued by UK authorities in other jurisdictions represent a step forward.  However it’s important to recognise such crimes occur much closer to home on a regular basis.”

In 1989, Verity’s father, Alex Watt, left the cult, leaving his children with their mother, who remained a member. Verity said she continued to suffer years of abuse until, at the age of 15, she could stand it no longer.

She said: “Something inside me snapped. I refused to allow the sexual abuse to continue. I had a huge row with my mother and the elders.

“I was terrified. But I knew I could not continue living like that. I sincerely hope that by speaking out others may find the courage to come forward too and shine a light on what really happened.”

“It cannot happen again.”

Probe chief: We want to speak to the other victims

Police are investigating a religious sex cult operating in Scotland in the 1980s and 1990s, we can reveal.

Senior officers confirmed claims of sexual assaults on women and children by members of the Children of God sect are being probed.

Their inquiry can be revealed today as a survivor of the cult breaks her silence after her father became the first member to be convicted of child abuse in Britain.

Verity Carter has bravely given up her anonymity to reveal her years of torment in the cult where she was repeatedly abused.

Ms Carter, 38, told how the children in the cult were ordered to conceal their ordeal. She said: “We had to present ourselves as happy smiley children who loved God, nothing else, but unspeakable things were being done to us.”

Her father Alexander Watt, 68, of Ayrshire, was sentenced at Paisley Sheriff Court last month after admitting four charges of sexually abusing Verity and another child. The father of 10 was given 240 hours of community work, ordered to attend a rehabilitation course and placed on the Sex Offenders Register.

Prosecutor David McDonald said: “Publicly available information of the organisation, which is also supported by the complainers and witnesses in this case, suggest this was a ‘sex cult’. The organisation believed in ‘free love’. There appears to have been no strictures on sex, regardless of age or relationship.”

Defence lawyer Joe Barr said: “His plea of guilty is sincere, regretful, and apologetic. He left the cult in 1989.”

Expert Ian Haworth, of the Cult Information Centre, said: “This is the first criminal prosecution of the Children of God members I have heard of but hopefully not the last.”

Police Scotland’s senior child abuse officer, Detective Chief Superintendent Lesley Boal, said:

“Due to an ongoing investigation into reports linked to the Children of God group we are unable to make any specific comment.

“We would encourage anybody who has been the victim of abuse to contact the police.

“Within our local and national child abuse investigation units we have specialist officers who will listen and robustly investigate reports of child abuse no matter who was involved, where it took place or when it happened.”

Self-styled guru died on run from FBI

The Children of God cult was the creation of Californian David Berg in the late 1960s.
By the 1980s the cult claimed to have 10,000 full-time members in 130 communities around the world.

Hollywood stars Rose McGowan, River and Joaquin Pheonix were born into the cult.

McGowan’s parents Terry and Daniel, were involved with the cult in Italy but quit when the sect began openly advocating sexual relations between children and adults.

The actress, 44, spent her first nine years in the cult and has described how she began to rebel against them.

She said: “At a very early age, I thought, ‘These beliefs are absurd’.

“Like in most cults, you were cut off. There were no newspapers, no television. You were kept in the dark so you would obey. It was not a wealthy existence.

“I remember watching how the cult’s men were with the women, and at a very early age I decided I did not want to be like those women. They were basically there to serve the men sexually.”

The cult eventually came to the attention of the FBI and Berg, under investigation for incest and child abuse, went on the run. He was still a fugitive from the FBI when he died in 1994 in Portugal.

Berg’s own daughter Debbie also escaped, revealing she had been abused by her father. Bad publicity forced the cult to repeatedly change its name, first to The Family and later to The Family International. After Berg’s death, one of his wives Karen Zerby took over the running of the organisation.

They say the organisation is now an online network of approximately 1900 people in 80 countries.

A spokesman said: “Although the Family International has apologised on a number of occasions to former members for any hurt, real or perceived, that they may have experienced during their membership, we do not give credence to tales of institutionalised abuse.”  https://www.sundaypost.com/fp/my-hell-on-earth/









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Choirmaster who abused boy is jailed

A Grammy award-winning conductor who abused a boy who regarded him as a surrogate father has been jailed for ten months and placed on the sex offenders register for ten years.

Joseph Cullen, 58, was the choirmaster and organist at St Andrew’s Cathedral in Glasgow and choirmaster at St Aloysius Church in Garnethill, Glasgow, between 1976 and 1985.

The father of three, who has worked at Westminster Cathedral and with the London Symphony Chorus, abused a nine year-old boy who joined a choir at St Andrew’s. He called the child his “special friend” and told him not to tell anyone because it was their secret.

Cullen, from Leeds, admitted at Glasgow sheriff court lewd and libidinous conduct towards the boy between January 1981 and December 1984.

Sheriff Martin Jones, QC, told him:

“The offence to which you have pleaded guilty to involves the sexual abuse of a young boy between nine and 12 at the time, when he was particularly vulnerable. You were in a position of trust. You took advantage of that position and you sexually abused him over three years.

“The crime which you committed all those years ago remains serious, that’s not diluted by the passage of time.”

In July 2015 Cullen was jailed for 12 months at the High Court in Glasgow for two other charges of using lewd and libidinous conduct at both cathedrals against two other boys.

The sheriff court had been told that the child in the latest case was a keen singer. He was experiencing family problems when he joined the choir.

Niall Macdonald, the procurator fiscal depute, said: “Cullen became more involved in the complainer’s life, taking him out on trips, driving him home from choir practice and spending time with him. He describes Cullen at this time as a ‘surrogate father’ despite him only being in his twenties.”

Thomas Ross, in mitigation, said that Cullen had had a “very successful career as a freelance musician”. Mr Ross added: “He had a wonderful reputation in that field and as soon as he was arrested all of that was lost.” Cullen won two Grammy awards while director of the London Symphony Chorus.



UK Child Deaths Following Vaccinations


Eighteen babies and toddlers have died following childhood vaccinations in just four years, a secret Government report reveals.
Four deaths have been linked to suspected adverse reactions to the measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) triple jab, according to documents prepared for the Government’s expert advisers on immunisation.
The controversial jab has been beset by fears of a link to autism and bowel disease, although since its introduction in 1998, yearly deaths from measles have fallen from 16 to zero, while the jab against meningitis C is thought to save 50 lives a year.
The report, covering the period between 2001 and 2004, details how one baby suffered a cot death following MMR vaccination in 2003. Two more infants were reported to have died after having the MMR jab in 2001, but the cause of death in both cases was unknown.
After the death of a child who developed meningitis and swelling of the brain three weeks after an MMR jab in 2004, a claim for compensation was made by the child’s parents. It is not known if this was successful.
Six fatalities followed meningitis C vaccinations between 2001 and 2003. The deaths of seven other babies were linked to combined vaccines against diphtheria, tetanus and whooping cough and reported to the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA). They include a baby who died from a heart attack. Another died after a polio jab.
Almost 800 other reports of suspected complications of childhood vaccination – including convulsions and hyptonia, in which the baby becomes floppy like a “rag doll” – were also made, including 160 for MMR.
Medics raised the alarm under the MHRA “yellow card” warning system, set up to monitor suspected adverse drug reactions. Although making such a report does not prove that vaccination caused death or injury, it means that doctors fear it may have played a part.
Their reports were considered by the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation, which concluded that no significant safety issues were identified.
Details of the document, which emerged after a request under the Freedom of Information Act, come amid fears of “vaccine overload” due to a rise in the number of jabs given to infants.
The Department of Health last week announced the introduction of a new jab against the pneumococcal bug, which causes a deadly strain of meningitis, in addition to a booster for Hib disease, which can cause meningitis. This means that by the time a child is two he will have had 25 vaccinations, although some will be given in five-in-one or three-in-one combinations.
Dr Richard Halvorsen, a general practitioner who runs a private single jabs clinic at Holborn Medical Centre in London, said: “We know vaccines have potential side effects, but this does not mean that children died as a result of MMR or other jabs. However, it is not insignificant because these are reports from health professionals who suspect an adverse vaccination reaction.”
Experts last night said that the true figures for suspected fatalities and serious side effects could be much greater. Dr John Griffin, the former editor of the medical journal Adverse Drug Reactions, said: “For fatalities, it is probably only one in two which gets reported and for other side effects one in 10.”
This means that almost 40 baby deaths could have occurred following jabs between 2001 and 2004, and 8,000 serious adverse reactions.
Prof Peter Openshaw, a leading immunologist from Imperial College London, said parents should not be alarmed by the report’s findings.
“A lot of vaccine reactions are just inexplicable,” he said. “It may be that someone had an infection before they got a jab, it may be something in their genetic make-up or sometimes there are allergic reactions. But vaccines are extraordinarily safe compared to the diseases they prevent.”
Overall, thousands of lives have been saved by childhood immunisation. Smallpox and polio have been eradicated.
A spokesman from the Department of Health said: “Immunisation programmes are regularly reviewed to ensure that all children have the best possible protection.”
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Alleged victim to take Hibs to court over sex abuse claims #FootiePaedo #Neely


A VICTIM of alleged sex abuse while a young footballer is to sue Hibs, the Evening News can reveal. Former apprentice Jon Cleland says he was preyed on by late coach Gordon Neely while on the books of the Easter Road outfit.

His lawyers have started civil claims against the club as well as the Scottish Football Association after a damning review was published into sex claims spanning decades. “Acting for Mr Cleland, we are pursuing claims jointly against Hibs and the SFA,” Thompsons Solicitors partner Patrick McGuire said.

Mr McGuire described such joint claims as typical where more than one organisation shared responsibility “to varying degrees.”

He stressed such arrangements meant respondents could “share” any costs rather than meaning any double payday for his client.

Bosses at Hibs have now been urged to “come around the table” to discuss a settlement or end up in court, though Mr McGuire said it remains “too early to discuss specific sums.” He added: “John was abused at the hands of their employee – they have to recognise their responsibility.

“They have to meet their legal responsibility to John and come to the negotiating table sooner rather than later.”

Mr Cleland revealed last year the “horrendous” abuse claims dating back to the early 1980s after his alleged attacker died in 2014. He said he was subjected to 18 months of serious sexual abuse when he was 11.

Mr Cleland said confiding to his wife details of the abuse for the first time and the six-hour police interview had been “very traumatic” experiences. Now 46, Mr Cleland has spoken about the shortfall in safeguards within the national game and called on the SFA to do more to protect children.

“They are responsible for making sure those coaching our children are people we can trust,” he said. “I now wait to see if their words admitting their failings are backed up by action. I sincerely hope other survivors abused in Scottish football now feel able to come forward to have their voices heard.”

The Hampden-based organisation was criticised last week in a highly critical report into historical abuse claims within the sport. It concluded that child protection in the national game is “not fit for purpose” after police recorded 300 crimes during an abuse inquiry.

Mr Cleland added: “The procedures that now have to be put in place that have to safeguard children is a must – simple as that.”

He said grassroots football had been left open to exploitation by “really, really nasty people” and called for action to prevent any repeat. The SFA declined to comment this week but chief executive Ian Maxwell has previously offered a “heartfelt apology” to those affected by abuse.

Nobody from Hibernian was available for comment last night as the club travelled to Greece to take on Asteras Tripoli in the Europa League.





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Police probe death of Scottish teen soldier found dead at army base

A probe has been launched after a teenage Scottish soldier died suddenly at an Army base.

Infantry soldier Alistair McLeish was found dead at military barracks in Yorkshire.

Highlander McLeish was a member of the 4th Battalion, The Royal Regiment of Scotland .

His body was discovered on Tuesday at Catterick Garrison , North Yorkshire.

A fellow soldier from his battalion posted a tribute on social media.

He wrote: “RIP wee guy. Only a couple of weeks I was telling you you were a good wee boxer with potential, now your gone. Sad news to hit the battalion. Soldiers need to look out for each other, you’re family at the end of the day.

“If you see a change in someone you know, then get on it and do what you can to help if possible.

“If you can’t, approach someone you think might be more helpful and stop this from happening again.” The 19-year-old’s family were notified immediately.

There are no suspicious circumstances surrounding the death.

Alistair joined the Army straight from leaving Selkirk High School in the Borders.

An Army spokesman said: “We can confirm the death of Highlander Alistair McLeish.

“This is currently being investigated and it would be inappropriate to comment further. Our thoughts are with the soldier’s family and friends”

Veterans charity Who Dares Cares posted: “Another goes to the RV in the sky. Rest in Peace.

“Brave men and women do their duty for us. Let us do our duty for them.”

https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/scottish-news/police-probe-death-brave-scottish-12867871        https://archive.fo/UKwtN


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SUICIDE EPIDEMIC hitting soldiers & veterans at rate of one every 10 days

Army suicide rate SHOCK: One soldier every 10 days kill themselves

A SUICIDE epidemic is hitting serving soldiers and veterans at the rate of one every 10 days, the Daily Star Sunday can reveal.

https://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/latest-news/719698/army-suicide-rate-one-every-ten-days-armed-forces-iraq-afghanistan     https://archive.fo/DqIGT


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For those who would rather listen to me going through it all i have these vids up on youtube..

The Footie Paedo Series

Links to all the blogs, videos etc  https://spidercatweb.blog/celtic-gerry-mccann-the-head-of-football-abuse-inquiry-the-paedophile-ring/

I heard that GERRY McCANN worked as Celtic FC’s club Doctor. So knowing how riddled Celtic are & knowing Gerry McCann is….. what he is, I went digging.

But first i had to double check that he was actually at Celtic….






h.JPGhttps://jillhavern.forumotion.net/t14169-gerry-in-glasgow   archive

u.pnghttp://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/scotland/glasgow_and_west/6649319.stm  archive


http://themaddiecasefiles.com/celtic-daft-dad-was-a-real-pro-news-of-the-world-1-t14263.html   archive


So that would mean they must have moved mid – late 2000, as Kate met Fiona in December on the very day she got her fellowship in anaesthetics. 

But was Gerry still working at Celtic right up until then?

  • 1968       born in Glasgow
  • 1989       graduated from Glasgow Uni with BSc in physiology /  Sports science           
  • *1992*    he qualified in medicine
  • mid 90s  working at Celtic
  • 2000        was at / still at Celtic
  • *2000*    (mid – late) moved south
  • 2002        obtained his MD.
  • 2003        Maddie born


I have found SIX active paedo’s running around at Celtic at EXACTLY the same time as Gerry McCann…… 

1.   1965 – 2003    JACK McGINN Former Celtic chairman & SFA president. 

  • 1965  – appointed. Given grant by Board to set paper up. Was the View’s 1st Editor
  • 1981 – appointed Commercial Manager & given seat on the Board
  • July 1985 – appointed Vice Chairman following the death of Desmond White 
  • Sept 1986 – became the Chairman after death of Tom Devlin 
  • Oct 1991 – resigned as Chairman. maintained contact as non-executive Director 
  • Aug 1994 – asked to stand aside by new Board. Retained Board position after Fergus McCann’s take-over
  • 1997 – became Vice-Chairman & President of SFA. Appointed Treasurer of SFA
  • 2003 – He resigned as President      source

2.   1988 – 1994/6   KEVIN KELLY    Honorary BC    source   

3.   1996 / 1997      NEIL STRACHAN    (very likely earlier than 1996)

working at Celtic until caught being paedo which he was jailed for in 1997. So he was presumably caught 1996 / 1997  having been abusing the boy for 2 years (since 94 / 95)

“But that vile episode, which saw Neil Strachan carry out disgusting sex acts on a child aged about 18 months, did not represent the first time he had abused defenceless children. The 41-year-old was jailed for three years in 1997 for repeatedly molesting a boy. In a sickening echo of the abuse he was yesterday convicted of, the former youth football club official started preying on the boy when he was only five, after befriending his parents. Strachan quit as secretary of Edinburgh-based Celtic East Boys Club after he was caught. The abuse had gone on for two years.”   source

4.   1972 – 2002    JOHN CULLEN  

 “Cullen, who worked for the official club magazine Celtic View, was dismissed from Celtic Park in June 2002 after nearly 30 years. ”  source  archive

5.   1990 – 1997     JIM McCAFFERTY 

1990 – 1997 (possibly earlier)     ” Jim McCafferty has never been convicted for his crimes against boys. But the coach and kitman was linked to sex abuse as far back as 20 years ago. In 1996, the Record revealed he quit his role as kitman at Celtic over mysterious “allegations”. Then in 2005, police papers revealed he’d been considered a potential suspect in the hammer murder of Hoops starlet Lawrence Haggart”     source   archive

Former Celtic kitman Jim McCafferty ‘confesses to sexual abuse in 1990s   archiveG.JPG

6.    1974 – 1996  JIM TORBETT  

  • 1966 1974 
  • 1980 1996

1996, former Celtic Boys Club player Alan Brazil stated that when he was 13 years old he had been sexually abused by the club manager, Jim Torbett. The allegations were heard at the Glasgow Sheriff Court in 1998, where Torbett was found guilty of shameless and indecent conduct with three juvenile players between October 1967 and March 1974. in April 2018, Torbett appeared at the High Court in Glasgow where he faced 12 historical sexual abuse charges dating from Jan 1970 to Aug 1994; a June 2018 trial date was set   source

“Torbett had two stints at the Boys’ Club, the first from 1966-1974. He returned to the Boy’s Club around 1980 and stayed until a series of Daily Record stories revealed abuse claims against him in 1996. He was jailed for two years in 1998 on conviction of abusing three former Celtic Boys’ Club players, including former Scotland international Alan Brazil, between 1967-74.”  source

& all of that is before wi start on LAWRENCE HAGGART’s MURDER



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Former chairman of Celtic Boys Club,  King was at Celtic Boys Club with Jim Torbett, also worked at Torbett’s company, the Trophy Centre

  • 1980s  King’s association with Celtic Boys Club dates back to the early 80s
  • 1982-83 he helped run the under-12 team win invitational event in Rotterdam, 
  • 1983 King & senior players from boys’ club on a trip to Kearney, New Jersey, USA. 
  • 1984-85  helped under-12s win the Scottish Juvenile Cup.    source

1994 – 1999   FERGUS McCANN  source  


  • Mar 1994    Became owner of Celtic
  • Sept 1999   Put his majority stake up for sale. Eventually sold his shares for £40 mill


DOB Aug 1974  is a Scottish football coach and former professional player, who is the manager of Scottish Premiership club Dundee. His playing career saw him represent Dundee (two spells), Heart of Midlothian (two spells), RangersSouthampton and Falkirk. He also played 26 times for the Scotland national football teamAfter working as a pundit for Sky Sports he was appointed manager of Dundee in 2017.  source



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Teach First briefed Scottish heads at Prince Charles event

via Mel Kelly


The controversy over a teaching charity promoted by the Prince of Wales has intensified after his officials invited Scottish headteachers to a private meeting with him and the charity’s executives.

Documents released to the Guardian show Prince Charles met headteachers from East Ayrshire just after they were briefed by executives from Teach First, a charity he helped set up that has been heavily criticised by Scottish teaching organisations.

The meeting was held on 22 January behind closed doors at Dumfries House, a stately home in Ayrshire that the prince helped save for the nation in 2007 and which hosts rural skills education courses for schools.

The day after the event, participants were told by a Dumfries House director that it was vital “the conversations which took place [with Prince Charles] were completely confidential and HRH’s views are not to be freely shared nor quoted”.

Scotland’s largest teachers’ union, the Educational Institute of Scotland (EIS), and Labour said they were deeply alarmed by the meeting, as Teach First’s approach to fast-track teacher training had been nearly universally rejected in Scotland.

The Guardian disclosed last year that Prince Charles and his officials had repeatedly lobbied Scottish government ministers – including the then first minister, Alex Salmond, in 2013 – to study Teach First’s attempt to introduce its fast-track model to Scottish schools.

The charity, a social enterprise that places teachers in schools in England after only three months’ training, receives a fee for every teacher it provides

The General Teaching Council of Scotland (GTCS), which regulates teacher training, refused to accredit Teach First’s model and no university that runs Scotland’s one-year postgraduate teacher training degrees would cooperate with Teach First.

Larry Flanagan, the general secretary of the EIS, said his union was “very clear that organisations such as Teach First have absolutely no role in Scottish education. The GTCS has also been resolute that the Teach First scheme is incompatible with Scotland’s professional teaching standards.”

Iain Gray, Scottish Labour’s education spokesman, said the country’s teacher recruitment crisis had led ministers to look at Teach First. “It is an approach rightly rejected by Scotland’s teachers and by Scottish teacher training institutions, but this meeting shows that Teach First and their royal patron are still refusing to give up,” Gray said.

He and the EIS said the documents released by East Ayrshire council under freedom of information rules raised significant questions about the timing and purpose of the event.

After several years of lobbying by Teach First, John Swinney, the Scottish education secretary, unexpectedly announced in October 2017 that he would allow providers such as Teach First to set up fast-track teacher training schemes in Scotland if they had a university as a partner.

In November Teach First pulled out, claiming it did not have enough time to prepare its proposals. By then every Scottish university involved in teacher training had refused to cooperate with Teach First.

Less than two weeks after Teach First withdrew, senior officials in East Ayrshire council were told by Peter Gilchrist, a headteacher at two schools in the area, that Dumfries House had approached him on Prince Charles’s behalf.

He told the council’s deputy chief executive, Alex McPhee, and its head of education, Alan Ward: “HRH Duke of Rothesay … would like to meet a group of headteachers and be involved in discussions on the local agenda.”

The Duke of Rothesay is one of Charle’s titles as heir to the throne.

On 6 December, Gilchrist told McPhee: “I am aware that HRH is particularly interested in how teacher shortages in the area are addressed and may wish us to consider Teach First.”

McPhee responded to Gilchrist by implying that East Ayrshire could be receptive to Teach First’s proposals. The council’s briefing for Prince Charles said East Ayrshire faced significant challenges recruiting English, science and home economics teachers for its secondary and primary schools.

The event on 22 January had three main parts to its programme: a tour of Dumfries House’s education facilities; a 75-minute “third-party input” session from Teach First and Keir Bloomer, an educationalist who sits on the board of the centre-right Reform Scotland thinktank; and a private audience with Prince Charles.

East Ayrshire council denied the event was arranged primarily to promote Teach First. It said the programme included sessions on Dumfries House’s education projects, the wider issue of recruiting and retaining teachers, and the Scottish schools curriculum in general.

“So far as the council is aware, Teach First have no particular aspiration or ambition to change the status quo in order to enable them to deliver their programme in Scotland,” a council spokeswoman said.

“Further, if they do have such plans then that is not something they have discussed with East Ayrshire council, and certainly not at the event at Dumfries House.”

Gray said this raised the question of why Teach First had taken part at all. Officials at Clarence House, Charles’s official residence, refused to comment.

A Dumfries House spokeswoman said the event was to promote the wider work of Dumfries House, including its textiles skills education courses for schoolchildren.

She added: “The Duke of Rothesay has a longstanding interest in the issues facing the education communities of East Ayrshire and his attendance allowed him to hear at first hand some of the challenges they are facing.”


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SEPT 2016 Ancient meteorite impact crater lies under Scotland

https://www.historyscotland.com/articles/news/dr-tori-herridge-investigates-the-uks-first-ever-asteroid-impact https://archive.is/U1IhL

Scientist believes first meteorite to hit British Isles landed in Scotland

Asteroid up to 3km wide struck Highlands a billion years ago
https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/biggest-asteroid-struck-highlands-1-billion-years-ago-pppntjg56 https://archive.is/rNqvf

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Football sex abuse in Scotland: Policies not fit for purpose – report


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The chief executive of the Scottish FA has apologised for the “abhorrent” abuse suffered by young people under its care in the past.

But Ian Maxwell said Scottish football was “a safe place for children”. 

He was responding to the interim findings of a review set up 18 months ago following allegations of historical abuse spanning decades. It found child protection policies are “not fit for purpose” and must change to prevent future cases of abuse. The head of the sport’s governing body said the report’s recommendations would be implemented where possible. 

Mr Maxwell said:

“I would like to apologise to the survivors and anyone who has been the victim of abuse in Scottish football. It is abhorrent in football and society that these things still occur. It is important that we take the right steps by commissioning this review to understand the best way to stop them happening in future.”

He said “significant strides” had been taken to address issues in the past 18 months.

“I think Scottish football is a safe place for children and it’s up to us to ensure that going forward,” 

The work was commissioned by the Scottish FA in December 2016 following allegations of historical abuse.

These included abuse victim Peter Haynes who broke his silence to the BBC at the start of that month.

Child sex claims against youth coach

Mr Haynes waived his anonymity to accuse a former youth football coach and top-flight assistant referee of a catalogue of child sex offences over a three to four-year period from 1979.


READ MORE Martin Henry is as corrupt as they come & is right up to his neck in it

The independent inquiry was led by former children’s charity executive Martin Henry. He told BBC Scotland the “vast majority” of victims affected by historical abuse in Scottish football had not yet come forward. The former children’s charity executive said many victims had paid a high price by deciding not to participate in football while others had had careers in the game but hidden the past.

Come forward

Mr Henry said: 

“We in the review believe that the vast majority of people who have been affected by this issue in the past have still not come forward. Why do I say that? Well, because a lot of the people who did come forward talked about their pals, talked about people that they knew who they believed had been affected by this issue but had never spoken or come forward about it. So many of these young people paid a high price by not participating in football. Some didn’t, some continued to play. And some of them we know had successful careers in the game, hiding, understandably, the tragic events of the past that had happened under football’s watch.”

The report  cannot be published in full  until legal proceedings, in some cases relating to the report, have been concluded.

Among its findings, it highlights:

  • Gaps in the system that still leave children at risk
  • A shortfall in money and resources to help tackle the issue
  • A need for football clubs to accept greater responsibility for affiliated youth clubs
  • The requirement of a designated Scottish FA board member for safeguarding issues


In light of the interim findings, abuse victim Peter Haynes told BBC Scotland: 

“Rather than this being a burden, I feel now that I have a legacy. I think the Scottish Football Association, senior clubs and clubs down to grassroots level would do well to take heed of the recommendations in the review or ignore them at their peril.”

Asked if his abuse could have been prevent if the recommendations had been in place when he was playing, Mr Haynes said: 

“Absolutely, absolutely. And if the SFA and the other clubs in Scotland do not act on these recommendations it will continue to happen to other people’s children.”

Mr Henry, the report’s author, added:

“Everyone we spoke to in Scottish football, almost without exception were saying that things do need to improve, they need to change. Very few people would have been resistant to that idea. In terms of the people who are in charge of football now, again a recognition. But had we asked them the question before the allegations started to come out, I’m not sure we would have got the same response.”  He said: 

“You cannot eliminate risk completely from the lives of anybody, let alone young people. But what you can do is to ensure that these risks are minimal and that where they are evident they are managed properly and that young people are as safe as they possibly can be.”

“Do I believe that currently young people are safe in football? Yes, pretty much.  Do I believe they could be safer? Yes.”

                                                Martin Henry, Report author

‘Incredible bravery’

Mary Glasgow, chief executive of charity Children 1st, said child protection must be the top priority for everybody in football.

She praised the “incredible bravery” of the men who came forward to report historical abuse. “The SFA can no longer say they did not know what was going on, or what they need to do about it,” she said.

Matt Forde, national head of service for NSPCC Scotland, said: “This is a disturbing insight into a flawed Scottish football system that has clearly been putting children at significant risk. That’s got to change, without delay.”

‘Asleep on the job’

Scottish football’s governing body announced it would commission the report at the end of 2016 after a number of victims came forward to tell their story.

That also followed criticism from the Scottish Parliament, where the Scottish FA was accused of being “asleep on the job” around areas of child protection.

Earlier that year, BBC Scotland revealed a  gap in background checks for coaches working with children across the country.

As of November 2017,  a total of 298 criminal cases  had been recorded with Police Scotland linked to sexual abuse in Scottish football.

Sport minister Joe FitzPatrick said:

“While welcoming the Scottish FA’s confirmation that it accepts all the recommendations in this report, I am clear that it’s vital that they move quickly to create a culture where safeguarding children is at the forefront. We will continue to work with Scottish football and other partners to ensure the sport is safe and enjoyable for all participants.

“More widely, the Scottish government is working with a range of bodies to improve the protection of children in sport, including a current review of disclosure law that includes proposals for mandatory checks on all sports coaches who work with children.”

READ MORE  Martin Henry is as corrupt as they come & is right up to his neck in it


IN FULL  https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/44957320    https://archive.fo/kD9qE

Martin Henry is as corrupt as they come & is right up to his neck in it


SERIES LINKS  https://spidercatweb.blog/celtic-gerry-mccann-the-head-of-football-abuse-inquiry-the-paedophile-ring/

I got a bit over excited when i was sending out a tweet about Martin Henry earlier! It ended up being a thread in itself!!      Damn fine thread it is too!





DNA TEST PROVED TUTANKAMUN WAS WESTERN EUROPEAN  http://www.eutimes.net/2010/06/king-tuts-dna-is-western-european/   archive

DNA tests show that King Tut’s Y-DNA matches that of modern day Western Europeans. The lineup is with R1b. 

Below is map of the Haplogroup R1b. High concentration in Scotland & Ireland  archive 

King Tut’s DNA ~ Western European ~ Haplogroup Rb1



Haplogroup R1b1a2 ~ CELTS



Daughter of a Pharaoh

Scota was Eldest Daughter of Akhenaten & Nefertiti. They had 6 daughters in total & we saw, Tutankamun was married to one of their daughters called Ankhesenamun.  She was also Tutankamun’s half sister as Akhenaten was the father of them both.

“When he became king, he married his half-sister, Ankhesenpaaten, who later changed her name to Ankhesenamun. They had two daughters, both stillborn.[9]   Computed tomography  studies released in 2011 revealed that one daughter was born prematurely at 5–6 months of pregnancy and the other at full-term, 9 months. No evidence was found in either mummy of congenital anomalies or an apparent cause of death.[16]

“He had large front incisors and an overbite characteristic of the Thutmosid royal line.” “Tutankhamun also had “a slightly cleft palate[22] and possibly a mild case of  scoliosis,  a medical condition in which the spine deviates to the side from the normal position. X-rays clearly show that the king suffered from Klippel–Feil syndrome, the congenital fusion of any two of the cervical vertebrae. All seven vertebrae in his neck were completely fused together, so he was unable to move his head.[23] Examination of Tutankhamun’s body has also revealed deformations in his left foot, caused by necrosis of bone tissue. The affliction may have forced Tutankhamun to walk with the use of a cane, many of which were found in his tomb.[24]


Feart Scoithín. Bóthair Laharn, Clahane, Tralee, Co. Kerry, Ireland MAP

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The first pharaoh of the first dynasty of Egypt, and founder of the great city of Memphis, King Menes is buried in Northern Ireland. […] It is not surprising, therefore, that he should have wished to travel to Ireland, the original homeland of his ancestors.                     

         Michael Tsarion  The Irish Origins of Civilization, Volume 1

THE DISCIPLES OF HORUS – The Irish Origins of Civilization

Land Of The Pharoahs ~ IRELAND





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Ferris enforcer Mark Clinton

A GANGLAND thug cleared of a notorious hit on a rival has been quizzed by police investigating the murder of a man killed hours after he was freed from prison.

Mark Clinton, a henchman of gangland enforcer Paul Ferris, was grilled by police over an alleged feud with James Taylor, whose badly burned body was discovered in Motherwell on Sunday afternoon.

The convicted housebreaker had been released from Edinburgh’s Saughton prison on Friday morning.

Police have spent hours trawling CCTV from the prison gates and surrounding areas to try and trace his movements. It’s understood Clinton, 38, who is serving two years on drugs and knife charges, was beaten up in prison.

He pointed the finger at 29-year-old Taylor along with two other prisoners and vowed to get his revenge.

Detectives spent more than eight hours at Saughton on Thursday quizzing inmates in a bid to establish if anybody had a grudge against Taylor.

A prison source said: “Clinton hated James Taylor because he’d received a beating some time ago and he said it was Taylor and two of his pals who did it. Mark Clinton is not a man to be messed with and he vowed to get his revenge on Taylor.

“The cops were in here for hours questioning most of the prisoners in the wing.

“But they had a few they were especially keen to speak with, including Clinton and another well-known drugs kingpin.”

A police source confirmed Clinton had been quizzed over a possible hit on Taylor. He added: “We know there was an ongoing feud.”

Clinton is renowned as one of the most dangerous men in Scotland because of his violent history.

In 2004 he walked free from a murder charge after the case collapsed one day into the trial when witnesses failed to identify him in court.

Clinton was accused of knifing Glasgow gangster Billy McPhee, 38, as he watched a rugby match in pub in the Baillieston area of Glasgow. He later died in hospital of his injuries.

https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/scottish-news/ferris-enforcer-mark-clinton-quizzed-995178     https://archive.fo/W32HI


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Edinburgh Exposure – EXPOSED

credit & thanks to anonymous for all their help & hard work.   xx

Edinburgh Exposure is a facebook page supposedly dedicated to helping by raising people’s awareness to the paedophiles that are living in the Edinburgh area.

Unfortunately, some people do more damage than good.



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Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry Witness Statements (to date)

The Witness Statement of Christine Hughes who appeared at an Inquiry Hearing on 27th June 2018. Download   Christine Hughes


Archbishop Mario Conti Witness Statement

The Witness Statement of Archbishop Mario Conti who appeared at an Inquiry Hearing on 26th June 2018  Download    archbishop Mario Conti


(Ian) LVW Witness Statement

The Witness Statement of (Ian) LVW who appeared at an Inquiry Hearing on 26th June 2018. Download  Ian-LVW


Sister Georgina Mullin Witness Statement

The Witness Statement of Sister Georgina Mullin which was read into evidence at an Inquiry Hearing on 25th June 2018. Download   Sister-Georgina-Mullin


(Pat) LWC Witness Statement

The Witness Statement of (Pat) LWC who appeared at an Inquiry Hearing on 25th June 2018. Download  Pat LWC


(Sister Linda) LKI Witness Statement

The Witness Statement of (Sister Linda) LKI who appeared at an Inquiry Hearing on 25th June 2018.  Download   Sister-Linda-LKI


(Sister Mary) LQD Witness Statement

The Witness Statement of (Sister Mary) LQD who appeared at an Inquiry Hearing on 25th June 2018.  Download   Sister Mary LQD


Sister Mary Anthony Vaughan Witness Statement

The Witness Statement of Sister Mary Anthony Vaughan who appeared at an Inquiry Hearing on 25th June 2018.  Download   Mary-Anthony-Vaughan


Joanne Peacher Supplementary  Witness Statement

The supplementary Witness Statement provided by Joanne Peacher which was read into evidence at an Inquiry Hearing on 15th June 2018.  Download  Joanne-Peacher-Supplementary


Joanne Peacher Witness Statement

 The Witness Statement of Joanne Peacher which was read into evidence at an Inquiry Hearing on 15th June 2018. Download   Joanne-Peacher



SOURCE https://www.childabuseinquiry.scot/evidence/witness-statements

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Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry. Witness Statement of Sister


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The Murder of Alesha MacPhail (updated regularly)

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Poignant vigil held for murdered schoolgirl Alesha MacPhail as uncle hails his ’smiley’ niece


Friday 13th July

Extract from the Scotsman  ‘The document was believed to have been lodged on Tuesday, just eight days after the primary school pupil was found near her grandparents home on the Isle of Bute. The primary cause of death listed on the certificate was ‘pressure to the neck and face’. It stated that Alesha died at 9.23am on July 2 in a “wooded area on site formerly occupied by Kyles Hydro Hotel Rothesay”. 

Read in full..  https://www.scotsman.com/regions/glasgow-strathclyde/alesha-macphail-died-from-pressure-to-her-neck-and-face-1-4768410 


DEATH CAUSED BY “PRESSURE TO FACE AND NECK”  https://www.thescottishsun.co.uk/news/2923083/isle-of-bute-murder-alesha-macphail-death-certificate/

Tuesday 10th July


Monday 9th July 




Sunday 8th July 

The six-year-old girl vanished while staying with her dad and grandparents – and was found dead three hours later

Sat 7th July   Alesha MacPhail murder accused appears at Greenock Sheriff Court

Television crews descended on the town to cover the development in the case.

GREENOCK was the focus of national attention yesterday as a youth accused of raping and murdering six-year-old Alesha MacPhail appeared in court.

The accused, who is 16-years-old, made no plea to the charges against him during a private appearance on petition before Sheriff Andrew McIntyre.

He has been remanded in custody with matters continued for further examination.

He is due back in the dock of Greenock Sheriff Court next week. 

It is alleged that the schoolboy raped and murdered Alesha on the Isle of Bute earlier this week.

The little girl was found dead in woodland just hours after vanishing from her grandparents’ home on Monday.

The teenage suspect was arrested on Tuesday following a massive appeal for information.


Friday 6th JULY 2018   Alesha MacPhail: Teenager charged with rape and murder of 6-year-old on Isle of Bute

Teenager charged over Alesha MacPhail’s death ‘is known to family’







police removed TWO CARS






7.02PM   car seized & garden searched


MURDER PROBE Mum of Alesha MacPhail, 6, breaks down at daughter’s shrine as police launch murder probe into her death

Police Scotland has launched a murder investigation into the death of Alesha, whose body was found two-and-a-half hours after she vanished from her home in Rothesay on the Isle of Bute

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Alesha MacPhail’s mother pays tribute as island of Bute left in shock   a
The distraught mother of Alesha MacPhail paid a harrowing visit to the tributes for her daughter outside the house at the centre of the inquiry into the six-year-old’s death.
Georgina Lochrane, 23, was flanked by police officers when she visited the makeshift shrine on the garden wall of her daughter’s grandparents’ home on the Isle of Bute.
Alesha was reported missing from the property in Port Bannatyne on the island at 6.25am on Monday. She had been visiting the holiday island over the weekend from her home in Airdrie, where she lived with her mother, but her body was discovered in woodland less than three hours later.
Her mother, who is believed to have learnt of her daughter’s death on Facebook, was comforted by her partner, George Horn, as she tenderly placed a photo of Alesha in her school uniform among the many floral tributes.

Alesha’s body was found by a member of the public in the grounds of a former spa hotel about 20 minutes’ walk from her grandparents’ home.

Yesterday a mobile police office remained parked outside the sandstone property, while an area opposite, leading down to the beach, remained cordoned off. Forensic officers searched the gardens behind the house for clues to Alesha’s disappearance. Senior officers said they had already gathered “significant information”.
Angela King, Alesha’s grandmother, made the report that the six-year-old had vanished from the home she shares with her partner, Calum MacPhail, and Robert MacPhail, 25, the schoolgirl’s father.
On social media Tonni-Louise McLachlan, Robert McPhail’s partner, said that Alesha had gone “missing from her bed”. She had been wearing pink pyjamas.
Bute, where crime is usually restricted to littering and dog fouling, is struggling to come to the terms with the tragedy.

“We are all absolutely stunned by this,” said Rev Owain Jones outside the United Church of Bute. “We don’t know what to make of it. We know nothing and have no words. This is a very quiet island where people tend to know each other. This sort of thing just doesn’t happen here.”

Floral tributes, balloons and cuddly toys were piling up yesterday outside the house where Alesha spent her final days.
A note tied around the neck of a Cinderella doll read: “Sleep tight little princess. You’ll never be forgotten. All our Love, Rachel and Hayley.” A card on a pink teddy bear said: “Good night little Angel.”
“We are heartbroken,” said one middle-aged woman, a friend of the family, laying a bouquet. “Alesha was such a beautiful, lovely wee girl. We want to know how this could have happened to her. Angie doted on Alesha and loved spending time with her.”
Mr Jones has lit candles and opened his church for those who want quiet contemplation. He felt the people of Bute, of all faiths and none, required a space for silent prayer and reflection.

“We are hosting an event without words because we don’t have any,” he said. “I feel the same as everybody else. We’re all in the same boat. However, people are pulling together and helping one another. That’s what we do on Bute. That’s the sort of place it is.”

Tues 3rd July 2018

Alesha McPhail’s death treated as murder as police launch investigation

Alesha went to chapelside primary in Airdrie source

Alesha MacPhail was staying with her dad and gran at their home in Rothesay, Isle of Bute, when the alarm was raised,
1. Reported missing at around 6.25am yesterday morning. (2nd July 2018)
2. Body was discovered by police in woods of the grounds of a derelict hotel around half a mile away at around 9am.
3. 12.30pm, Alesha’s mum Georgina Lochrane posted on Facebook: “Someone tell me what’s happened. That’s my daughter.” Georgina, 23, home in Coatbridge. Was taken to the island. source 
The scene itself where Alesha’s body was discovered was concealed by thick foliage. A small clearing in the shrubs, which appeared to be an entrance to the grounds of the former hotel, was also taped off.
Police later issued a statement which read: “Police Scotland can confirm an investigation is underway after the body of a six-year-old girl was discovered in woodland in Ardbeg Road, Rothesay on Monday 2 July 2018. Around 6.25am, police received a report that six year old Alesha MacPhail was missing. A large scale search was undertaken to locate her. Around 9am, the body of a young female child was found in woodland in Ardberg Road by a member of the public. source
Her body was found by a member of the public at 9am in the grounds of an old hotel, the Kyles of Bute Hydro, in Port Bannatyne, about a 15-minute walk from where she was staying. source
High Road in Arbdeg, near Rothesay, was shut by a police cordon and a floral tribute had been laid near police accident signs. A police car blocked the road and several other police vehicles could be seen in the area.
A separate cordon has been set up outside numbers 50-53 Ardbeg Road and police tape has also been set up at the seafront on the opposite side of the street. source


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Scotland’s child abuse inquiry to investigate ‘additional institutions’

8th JULY 2018

The judge leading Scotland’s child abuse inquiry has said a “significant number” of additional institutions are to be investigated by her team.

The Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry is currently looking at allegations of physical and sexual abuse at around 70 institutions, including former children’s homes and leading boarding schools.

Last month it was announced that the time- frame of the inquiry, which has cost £13.9 million to date, would be extended indefinitely to allow more survivors to come forward and give evidence.

A TV advertising campaign, which hopes to encourage survivors in greater numbers, will be aired later this year.

In comments made at the closing of the latest stage of the inquiry last week, Lady Smith said: “I have previously explained we’re investigating the provision of care by 69 institutions.

“But you should be aware that we are in the course of, and will be, investigating a significant number of other institutions in addition to that 69, and details about them will follow soon.”

The inquiry has already heard evidence relating to alleged abuse at the former Smyllum Park orphanage in Lanark and four children’s homes run by the Sisters of Nazareth, which closed in the 1980s.

It will now look at institutions run by Quarriers Homes, the Aberlour Child Care Trust and Barnardo’s before turning its attention to homes run by male religious orders.

There will also be a case study looking at child migrant schemes, where children were sent to countries including Australia and Canada.

Smith told the inquiry: “We are committed to encouraging anyone with any relevant information to get in touch and our communications campaign continues.

“To that end, you may be interested to know that one of the new initiatives we have arranged, and which you may wish to watch for, is a television advertising campaign, and that is due to run a little later this year.

Campaigners have called on the inquiry to look at institutions such as Lennox Castle hospital near Glasgow which closed in 2002 and where it’s alleged children were experimented on as part of a drugs programme run by Porton Down research laboratory during the Cold War. Campaign group In-Care Abuse Survivors (Incas) has previously called on the inquiry to “review medical experimentation that was carried out on vulnerable children and adults without consent”.

Lennox Castle was one of four Scottish institutions alleged to have been involved in trialling drugs on children.

The Ministry of Defence has said it is “not aware” of such tests and has seen no evidence to back up the claims. Survivors have also claimed that six and seven-year-olds were tied to racks and given electric shocks.

Alan Draper, a spokesman for Incas, said the group would be “extremely disappointed” if Lennox Castle was not one of the institutions now being included.

“We’ve certainly been pressing for that and would hope it’s one of the institutions being looked at,” he said.

“Lennox Castle was notorious in the past for carrying out experimentation and we want places like that to be put in front of the inquiry.”

He added: “The purpose of naming these institutions – and presumably Lady Smith will do that – is that it encourages people to come forward.”

Smith is expected to publish the first of a number of interim reports in the coming weeks, looking at institutions run by the Daughters of Charity of St Vincent de Paul, including Smyllum. The inquiry is due to resume in October after reaching the end of its second phase last week.



Moray children’s homes to be scrutinised by child abuse inquiry

7th JULY 2018

Three Moray children’s homes will come under the spotlight as part of the next phase of the Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry.

Investigators have put together case studies about the Aberlour Orphanage and the Princess Margaret Nursery, based in the same village.

The inquiry will start to hear evidence from October 23.

Both of the centres closed their doors in 1967, when the children’s charity Aberlour, which operated them, moved headquarters to Stirling.

It was one of the largest establishments of its kind in Scotland and was home to around 600 children.

Only the church remains on the original building, but the nursery has been retained as the Dowans Hotel.

Evidence will also be taken from people who lived at the Aberlour Children’s Home in Keith.

SallyAnn Kelly, the chief executive of Aberlour, said the children’s charity has encouraged individuals who have experienced abuse to come forward and assist with the national inquiry.

She said: “Every victim of any kind of abuse should be given the opportunity to tell their story, so that we as a society might learn from it, and this inquiry will bring some degree of closure to victims who have never been afforded the opportunity to tell that story.

“We hope that it will be given the time and resources it needs to conduct its investigation with thoroughness and sensitivity, whilst working in a way that is complimentary to the work already being undertaken by the National Confidential Forum into historical abuse.

“I will then be up to everyone involved in the care of Scotland’s children to work together to ensure that they are kept safe and protected from such abuse in the future.

“The inquiry will naturally have our full cooperation and support.”

She added: “We are continuing to work hard to make sure the inquiry has all the information they need.”

The Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry is also investigating allegations against the Sisters of Nazareth order, and its children’s home on Claremont Street in Aberdeen where former residents have alleged both mental and physical abuse.

One woman has claimed she was hit repeatedly off a radiator by a nun.

The inquiry’s witness support team can be phoned on 0800 0929 300, or emailed at talktous@childabuseinquiry.scot


No relatives come forward for Robert Black inquest

No family members of the serial killer Robert Black have come forward to attend his inquest, despite the Coroners Service searching for his relatives for more than six months.

At a hearing in Belfast in January, Patrick McGurgan, the coroner, said that “all efforts need to be made” to trace the next of kin of the killer, who was born in Scotland. He said that Black’s family members should be offered the opportunity to give evidence.

A preliminary hearing yesterday was told that none had yet been found.

“Inquiries have been ongoing [in the search for Black’s next of kin], but no one can be traced at present,” counsel to the coroner said.

Black, who was convicted of four child murders but suspected of many more, died of heart disease in a Northern Ireland prison in 2016 at the age of 68.

The paedophile from Grangemouth, West Lothian, was a delivery driver who stalked the roads of the UK searching for victims.

He was cremated and his ashes were scattered at sea after prison authorities in Northern Ireland revealed that no one had come forward to claim his remains.

The killer was caught by police in 1990 with a six-year-old girl who had been hooded, bound, gagged and stuffed inside a sleeping bag in the back of his van in the Scottish village of Stow. He had sexually assaulted her moments earlier.

Once in custody, Black was linked to a series of unsolved crimes in the previous decade. In 1994, he was found guilty of three child murders in the 1980s — those of 11-year-old Susan Maxwell, from the Scottish Borders, five-year-old Caroline Hogg, from Edinburgh, and Sarah Harper, 10, from Morley, near Leeds, as well as a failed abduction bid in Nottingham in 1988.

In 2011, he was found guilty of the murder of nine-year-old Jennifer Cardy, from Ballinderry, Co Antrim, in 1981.

Black, who spent his last days in Maghaberry high security prison in Co Antrim, was also suspected of involvement in other killings and unexplained disappearances and had long been the prime suspect in the case of the missing 13-year-old Genette Tate, who was last seen in a rural lane in Aylesbeare, Devon, in 1978.

Within weeks of his birth in 1947 Black was put into foster care. However, the couple from Kinlochleven in the West Highlands who took him in both died within 11 years, and Black spent the rest of his childhood in residential homes in Falkirk and Edinburgh.

The full inquest into Black’s death is scheduled to start the week commencing December 3 in Armagh.

Another preliminary hearing will take place on September 14.


 A wee word from me!!

I did MONTHS of research into the whole Robert Black case & my opinion changed as I uncovered more & more info, so I don’t necessarily still agree with every word I have blogged about him. The blogs (links listed below) are only a reflection of what I found, as I found it. I then summarised MY OPINION in the four videos I have on youtube  PART ONE  PART TWO  PART THREE  PART FOUR

Make up your own mind, but the fact that the MSM are STILL BANGING ON about him possibly being responsible for the murder of Genette Tate, Katrice Lee & Mary Boyle speaks volumes….


  1. ROBERT BLACK: UK’s Most Notorious Serial Killer. What happened to innocent til PROVEN guilty?
  2. Could Robert Black Be Innocent Of Murder?
  3. ROBERT BLACK: Paedophile Murderer now linked to 19 murders over two decades
  4. Robert Black Cremation Undertaker Premises Vandalised
  5. Robert Black ALIVE & FREE to roam the country?
  6. Spot The Paedo Child Killers & Myra Hindley is ALIVE?
  7. Satanic Cover Up: Fred & Rose West – Occult connection?
  8. Moira Anderson, Gallogley, Gartshore, Willie McRae & The Untouchables
  9. Circles & Rings: Major, Minor & Magic
  10. New Lead In Child Murders Inquiry
  11. Robert Black  PDF  spring-2006
  12. Serial killer Robert Black linked to child abduction in Germany
  13. How killer was FINALLY brought to justice: “Therapist” RAY WYRE
  14. Prisoner quizzed over paedophile Robert Black’s child killing ‘confessions’
  15. Serial Killer ROBERT BLACK, DIED In Prison
  16. Notorious serial killer was in Donegal when Mary Boyle vanished
  17. Mary Boyle: The Untold Story {full documentary}
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