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Don

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 I thought members of the Ferris Conspiracy Forum might be interested to hear of an another apalling case of injustice.

 In 2000 Hollie Greig, a 20 year old woman with Downs Syndrome living in Aberdeen, told her mother, Anne, that for the past 14 years she had been a victim of sexual abuse at the hands of firstly her father, then later her brother and 12 other paedophiles whom she named including a Sheriff and a senior police officer.

 Shortly after making these allegations, a group of police, doctors and social workers arrived at Anne's house, and she was forcibly sectioned in the local psychiatric hospital. After her release a few days later she obtained an independent psychiatric report which declared her perfectly sane.

 A report prepared by the Police Complaints Commissioner for Scotland revealed that the full extent of Grampian Police's "investigation" consisted of one interview each with Hollie's father and brother. None of hte other alleged paedophiles or any of the other 6 children named as victims were interviewed.

 In spite of the fact that no-one was ever charged with any crime, far less convicted, Hollie was later awarded £13,500 from the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority. Anne and Hollie, who had moved from Aberdeen to Shropshire, were determined to get justice and in 2009 engaged the services of Robert Green as private investigator/lay legal advisor. Green worked with BBC reporter, Mark Daly, in preparing a Panorama documentary on the case. At a late stage, production was abruptly stopped and no proper explanation has been received for this decision.

 Another aspect to the case is the death of Anne's brother, Roy Greig, who was found in a burning car in 1997. Hollie later alleged that Roy had witnessed her being raped by her father. It took Anne TWELVE YEARS to obtain the autopsy of her brother's death which he revealed that he had suffered injuries to his skull, ribs and sternum. These are not consistent with the official cause of death ie smoke inhalation. 

 In January 2010, Robert Green announced his intention to stand as a Parliamentary candidate in Aberdeen south in order to highlight Hollie's case and named the place, time and date where he intended to launch his campaign. As he walked from his guest house to Union Street, Aberdeen on Friday 12th February he was arrested by two plain clothes policemen and charged with breach of the peace. After spending hte weekend in custody he appeared in a court hearing "in camera" (ie closed to the public) on the Monday where he was released on bail. His bail conditions requir him to sign in at his local police station three times per week and prohibit him from entering Aberdeenshire.

 The day before Robert was arrested, the Sheriff named as an abuser took out an interdict preventing Robert from repeating the allegations. This interdict was served on Robert AFTER he was arrested. While Robert was in custody, Grampian Police searched his house and removed various items including computer files. When Robert asked Grampian Police who had given the search warrant he was provided with the name of a PC Vreades. He subsequently contacted PC Vreades who told him htat, not only had he no connection with the case, that he was not of sufficiently senior rank to request a warrant. Robert's MP wrote to Grampian Chief Constable Colin McKerracher on June 9th asking for an explanation and a copy of hte warrant. No reply has yet been received.

 On April 22nd, four days after re-affirming his intention to stand for election, Robert was arrested for an alleged breach of bail conditions and was released with tighter bail conditions imposed. On April 30th a Sheriff rejected Robert's request to have his bail conditions relaxed temporarily to enable him to campaign in Aberdeen but this was refused as the Sheriff believed if Robert entered Aberdeen there was a "serious risk of public disorder".

 Immediately after the election a strange individual named Greg Lance-Watkins, who runs a "Stolen Kids" blog began to stir up trouble and wrote a letter to Shropshire Social Services alleging that the publicity surrounding Hollie was harming her and suggesting that she be taken into care. Anne and Hollie then made a decision to stay with a friend nearby for a period of time as they were concerned about the possible actions of Social Services. During this time Greg Lance-Watkins phoned the police to report Hollie as a missing person. On June 3rd this message was relayed to Robert Green who declined to advise the police of Anne and Hollie's whereabouts but told them that he had no reason  to be concerned for Hollie's safety. Later that same day a team of 6 police officers forced entry to Anne & Hollie's house and remained inside for 3 hours. Various items were removed and within a few days several of their personal family photographs had appeared on Greg Lance-Watkins' blog.

 This story seems too horrific to be true and it is not being covered by the majority of the mainstream media. The legal magazine "The Firm" and it's sister publication "The Drum" have covered the case and are very critical of the role played by Lord Advocate, Elish Angiolini. It seems that the powers that be are going to great lengths to try to cover this story up. Their view seems to be that if they ignore it, it will simply go away. THEY ARE WRONG.
Ice

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Hi Don ive never heard of this case but found some info ....

http://holliegreig.info/


Don

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 Ice - I have only scratched the surface of this case in my first post. There is a huge amount of info available online. It all points to a massive cover up involving police, Sheriffs, Procurator Fiscal's office, politicians, social services, doctors and media.
 Several people who were formerly supporters of Hollie have since been exposed as infiltrators or dis-information agents. There is also a possible link to the Madeleine McCann case as Hollie's father and brother now live in Portugal. Anne Greig reported this fact to the police shortly after Madeleine was reported missing but they took no action. The late Raymond Hewlett, a prime suspect in the Madeleine case, had links to Aberdeen and a retired Sheriff from Inverness was resident in the apartments the night Madeleine disappeared.
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I read some of Hollies case on the internet last night there is a lot of information to take in but the bottom line is its bad enough we have dirty scum who abuse people without covering what they have done up and letting them walk away from it. I think the Internet is a great thing for meeting different people and getting your point across and as with all the other injustices highlighted you just hope theres someone who can do something about them. Im shocked criminal injuries was paid out without a conviction I never knew that could happen...that alone tells you something isnt right. 

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Appleton man’s fight to get justice for Hollie

Posted on 19. Mar, 2010 by admin in Warrington Guardian

Robert Green photo

Robert Green

AN Appleton  man is caught up in the centre of a storm concerning the alleged sexual abuse of a girl with Down’s Syndrome by a paedophile ring.

Robert Green, aged 63, is campaigning on behalf of Hollie Greig who claims to have been abused by paedophiles in Aberdeen for 14 years, since the age of six.

The case was taken to police when Hollie’s claims first came to light in 2000, but the investigation failed because it lacked ‘credible evidence’ even though, the family claims,Hollie pinpointed her attackers, which included people in positions of trust.

Grampian Police have been asked to re-start the investigation on various occasions by Anne Greig, Hollie’s mum.

Mr Green believes that key facts in the case are being covered up as senior figures are implicated in the case.

Mr Green was first put in contact with Anne in 2008 by the Scotland Against Crooked Lawyers group which had been advising her on what action could be taken.

He then became the Greigs’ legal advisor and is now standing as an independent candidate in the General Election for the Aberdeen South constituency. His election campaign will be solely based on securing justice for the Greigs by ensuring that police investigate the ‘overwhelming’ evidence that Hollie was raped repeatedly since she was a child.

On visiting Aberdeen to continue the campaign last month he was arrested for ‘breach of the peace’, but the charge was backdated to June 9 when he was handing out leaflets. He is currently on bail and unable to return to Aberdeen.

Mr Green, from Birchdale Road, who previously ran Mossley Travel agents in Lymm, is convinced this shows that police are attempting to quash the story from being made public because, he claims, a Grampian officer was named in Hollie’s account of her attackers, of which there were allegedly 16 in total.

He said: “This has been a terrible cover-up of this shocking case by the Scottish Government.

“There is overwhelming evidence that Hollie was raped by a paedophile ring for many years but no-one is prepared to prosecute the people responsible.”

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On visiting Aberdeen to continue the campaign last month he was arrested for ‘breach of the peace’, but the charge was backdated to June 9 when he was handing out leaflets. He is currently on bail and unable to return to Aberdeen.



Think the priorities are all wrong here Breach of the peace gets punished but a paedophile ring goes free
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“There is overwhelming evidence that Hollie was raped by a paedophile ring for many years but no-one is prepared to prosecute the people responsible.”



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Hi don thank you for your post regarding this shocking story.A real eye opener.These bastards who did this should be hung up by the ba**s.What a big coverup by the authorities.They should hang there heads in shame,BASTARDS THEY ARE....

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Well said

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 Robert Green is appearing in Stonehaven Sheriff Court on Fri Aug 20th asking for his bail conditions to be relaxed. At the moment he is forced to attend his local police station three times per week and is prohibited from entering Aberdeenshire, talking about the case or using the internet.
 A previous request to Sheriff Patrick Davies was turned down with the Sheriff stating there was a "risk of civil unrest" if Robert entered Aberdeen. A few weeks after this Davies caused civil unrest himself when he failed to send a self-confessed paedophile to jail "in the interests of society".

Auchenblae man spared jail after child porn haul

Hostile group gathers outside court as 26-year-old gets three years’ probation

Published: 20/05/2010

A paedophile who admitted possessing dozens of pornographic images of children as young as two has been spared jail.

Kieron Hodgson was found to have 80 photographs and videos on computers and discs at his Auchenblae home between June 2004 and March 2007.

Some of the images were rated as the most severe of their type.

At Stonehaven Sheriff Court yesterday, Hodgson was sentenced to three years’ supervised probation and ordered to do 195 hours of unpaid work in the community. He was escorted from the court by police officers as a small but hostile group gathered outside.

The 26-year-old’s computer was being investigated in connection with a separate case when police uncovered his links to websites which allow people to pay for sexual images of children.

The court heard previously that videos of girls between two and 14, and one video of a young boy, were found on discs at Hodgson’s home at Roselea, Inverurie Street.

Passing sentence, Sheriff Patrick Davies said: “I have concluded that the interests of society would be better served by a lengthy probation order. I take the view that a relatively lengthy period of imprisonment would provide the punishment and do nothing to overcome the problem.”

He added that as a condition of his probation Hodgson would be supervised under the joint sex offender initiative.

Hodgson also appeared on a separate charge of failing to register his address with Grampian Police within the required three days after his conviction last month.

Defence agent Gail Goodfellow said: “I would wish to highlight this was not a willful refusal to comply on Hodgson’s part but a misunderstanding of what was required of him.”

She said he was distressed and traumatised after his conviction, when he was chased out of the court building by two men shouting abuse and threats.

The distress had caused him to forget to register his address, she said.

Sheriff Davies deferred sentence for six months.

He said that this time would allow Hodgson, who is unemployed and supported by his parents, to find employment and generate an income to pay the appropriate fine.



Read more: http://www.pressandjournal.co.uk/Article.aspx/1744267?UserKey=#ixzz0wOVFPadD


Don

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 Robert Green is appearing in Stonehaven Sheriff Court on Fri Aug 20th asking for his bail conditions to be relaxed. At the moment he is forced to attend his local police station three times per week and is prohibited from entering Aberdeenshire, talking about the case or using the internet.
 A previous request to Sheriff Patrick Davies was turned down with the Sheriff stating there was a "risk of civil unrest" if Robert entered Aberdeen. A few weeks after this Davies caused civil unrest himself when he failed to send a self-confessed paedophile to jail "in the interests of society".

Auchenblae man spared jail after child porn haul

Hostile group gathers outside court as 26-year-old gets three years’ probation

Published: 20/05/2010

A paedophile who admitted possessing dozens of pornographic images of children as young as two has been spared jail.

Kieron Hodgson was found to have 80 photographs and videos on computers and discs at his Auchenblae home between June 2004 and March 2007.

Some of the images were rated as the most severe of their type.

At Stonehaven Sheriff Court yesterday, Hodgson was sentenced to three years’ supervised probation and ordered to do 195 hours of unpaid work in the community. He was escorted from the court by police officers as a small but hostile group gathered outside.

The 26-year-old’s computer was being investigated in connection with a separate case when police uncovered his links to websites which allow people to pay for sexual images of children.

The court heard previously that videos of girls between two and 14, and one video of a young boy, were found on discs at Hodgson’s home at Roselea, Inverurie Street.

Passing sentence, Sheriff Patrick Davies said: “I have concluded that the interests of society would be better served by a lengthy probation order. I take the view that a relatively lengthy period of imprisonment would provide the punishment and do nothing to overcome the problem.”

He added that as a condition of his probation Hodgson would be supervised under the joint sex offender initiative.

Hodgson also appeared on a separate charge of failing to register his address with Grampian Police within the required three days after his conviction last month.

Defence agent Gail Goodfellow said: “I would wish to highlight this was not a willful refusal to comply on Hodgson’s part but a misunderstanding of what was required of him.”

She said he was distressed and traumatised after his conviction, when he was chased out of the court building by two men shouting abuse and threats.

The distress had caused him to forget to register his address, she said.

Sheriff Davies deferred sentence for six months.

He said that this time would allow Hodgson, who is unemployed and supported by his parents, to find employment and generate an income to pay the appropriate fine.



Read more: http://www.pressandjournal.co.uk/Article.aspx/1744267?UserKey=#ixzz0wOVFPadD


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Robert Green is appearing in Stonehaven Sheriff Court on Fri Aug 20th asking for his bail conditions to be relaxed. At the moment he is forced to attend his local police station three times per week and is prohibited from entering Aberdeenshire, talking about the case or using the internet.
 A previous request to Sheriff Patrick Davies was turned down with the Sheriff stating there was a "risk of civil unrest" if Robert entered Aberdeen. A few weeks after this Davies caused civil unrest himself when he failed to send a self-confessed paedophile to jail "in the interests of society".
 


The very best of luck to him considering the above seems its different laws for different people its a sad day when a paedophile walks free and someone else has bail conditions so harsh for a breach.......its madness
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This is so wrong. madness right enough

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Robert Green is appearing in Stonehaven Sheriff Court on Fri Aug 20th asking for his bail conditions to be relaxed.


Best of luck
Don

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 After 3 hours in court this morning Sheriff Davies (see above) agreed to relax Robert's bail conditions. He now only has to report to a police station twice per week (was previously three times per week). He is still prohibited from entering Aberdeenshire, talking about the case or using the internet.
 6 months after his arrest for breach of the peace there is still no date for any trial.
 The Sheriff whom Robert named as a paedophile has taken out an interdict preventing him from repeating the allegations and, to add insult to injury, the Sheriff's solicitor has sent Robert the bill for £7,500 !
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  An advert was placed in the Aberdeen papers a week ago asking for people with any info about Beechwood School, where Hollie alleges she was abused, to contact Robert. The ex head teacher Drew Young is of particular interest.

 So far over 70 parents and teachers have come forward.

 Kenny MacAskill, Elish Angiolini and everyone else implicated in this cover-up must be very nervous indeed.
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