9th November 2014
REQUEST TO MENTION THE HOLLIE GREIG CASE on 11th NOVEMBER in the SCOTTISH PARLIAMENT
Dear Mr Russell,
I would be very grateful if you would take up the opportunity to bring the subject the well known case of Downs Syndrome sufferer Hollie Greig to the Scottish Parliament when you make a statement regarding the proposed historic Child Sex abuse Inquiry on Tuesday, 11th November. There would be no logical reason to keep this Child Sex Abuse case from any Inquiry into Historical CSA in Scotland as, whilst she now be living in England, there is every possibility that other vulnerable young people are being targeted in Aberdeen and beyond, as it is known that paedophile rings are inter-generational.
There has never been a full and satisfactory investigation into the case and given that Hollie Greig alleges there were 22 perpetrators, it would have been, by necessity, a substantial one.
The public are quite rightfully aghast at the level of paedophilia, reported on a daily basis in the mainstream media, and to find that there is a press black out on the Hollie Greig case gives cause for alarm, just as the D-notice on the Dunblane tragedy does, which also has alleged paedophile connections. The question then, of course, is one of suspicion and great concern.
Since the police are implicated in the Hollie Greig case, a full Independent Inquiry is needed.
The former Lord Advocate, Elish Angiolini, is also implicated in the cover up, and this too must be fully examined as she has made provable false statements.
The Shadow Justice Secretary, Graeme Pearson has made an outstanding commitment to seeing a Child Sex Abuse Inquiry implemented in Scotland, and I believe he should be supported by all political parties in his quest for the truth to be found for all victims of CSA, who have been seeking justice for many years.