CHILD ABUSE IN SCOTLAND AND THE LOCKERBIE AFFAIR
Elish Angiolini is the Lord Advocate, the top legal officer in Scotland.
She "deplored" al Megrahi's attempt to challenge his conviction in the Lockerbie case. (aangirfan: ANGIOLINI WANTS JUSTICE?)
Allegedly, she also knows rather a lot about child abuse cases.
Angiolini was once Procurator Fiscal for Grampian, Highlands and Islands.
The case of a seven-year-old boy, who was allegedly raped, collapsed because of delays in bringing it to court in Aberdeen. (Procurator apologises - Telegraph)
When a ten year old was allegedly sexually abused 'the case was delayed by Ms Angiolini, and by the time it came before a Sheriff, it was deemed that too much time had passed, and that the case could not be heard – it had taken Ms Angiolini three years to process the case.' (Angiolini: Covering for Paedophilia?)
Reportedly, the Sheriff who heard the case was the very same Sheriff implicated in the abuse of Hollie Greig.
In the summer of 2000, Hollie Greig told her mother, Anne, that she had been repeatedly sexually abused.
It appears that a ring of sexual abusers were involved and this ring included people working for the criminal justice system in Scotland.
Reportedly, top legal people (including those involved in the Lockerbie scandal) prevented any police action taking place. (THE SHOCKING STORY OF HOLLIE GREIG)
Greig received a payout from the criminal injuries compensation authority.
On 14 February 2010, http://scottishlaw.blogspot.com/ had an report entitled "Justice Secretary linked to Lord Advocate's lawyers after Police arrest journalist over reporting of Aberdeen Paedophile gang claims".
According to 'Scottishlaw.blogspot', journalist and broadcaster Robert Green was due to attend a public protest against the lack of action by Scotland’s law enforcement agencies to prosecute identified individuals in a paedophile gang, said to include key members of Scotland’s legal establishment.
The police arrested Green.
Green was reportedly taken before a colleague of a Sheriff who was identified by one of the abuse victims as being an alleged member of the paedophile gang.
Reportedly, a private law firm, Levy McRae, had been asked by the 'Lord Advocate' to threaten and censor media investigations of the case.
Scottish Justice Secretary Kenny MacAskill 'has long standing ties to Levy McRae'.
MacAskill is now known to have served his apprenticeship at Levy McRae and also worked at the firm for a considerable time during his years as a solicitor.
Levy McRae represented families in the Dunblane (child abuse) shooting and the Lockerbie disaster. (Levy & McRae–Solicitors and Notaries Public–Fatal Accident ...)