Celtic face threat of multimillion pound compensation claim(The Times)

Thasunke Witko

Well-Known Member
Not football related but a convicted Scottish Priest is currently being sued for £3m by his victim (s). He is still serving his sentence.
I don’t know anything about this case, is it within this country ? If so what sentence is the peado doing and how far into it has he done, the cynic in me says if it is here it will be a 5 year sentence max which would be reduced a year due to having been held in high regard in previous employment (in this country)further reduction of a year due to good behaviour and is now due out as he’s served a year and a half, this is the type of lenient punishment I expect with this country.
 

Bluethunder

Well-Known Member
40 years ago would indeed have been the time to act BN94 but all this sudden interest makes me suspicious that all Clubs are now going to be lectured on child welfare and safety while in their care and that mob are going to walk off with a “ be very aware “ warning like we will all get and %^*& all punishment for their past history , again I hope I am wrong about that .
Like %^*& they are,criminal charges have been brought previously and hopefully more criminal charges up and coming,if mc guire gets his baws out his mouth and serves those year old writs for starters.
 

BlueBaloo

Well-Known Member
Like %^*& they are,criminal charges have been brought previously and hopefully more criminal charges up and coming,if mc guire gets his baws out his mouth and serves those year old writs for starters.
I think Mr McGuires balls have fell off and hes shat himself....he has been quiet for too long. I only hope he is working diligently in the background gathering further evidence before presenting his case
 

Bigboabwylie

Active Member
I don’t know anything about this case, is it within this country ? If so what sentence is the peado doing and how far into it has he done, the cynic in me says if it is here it will be a 5 year sentence max which would be reduced a year due to having been held in high regard in previous employment (in this country)further reduction of a year due to good behaviour and is now due out as he’s served a year and a half, this is the type of lenient punishment I expect with this country.
Just reading up on case there was sentenced to 9 years in 2018 which was then reduced on appeal to 8 years. He is currently serving his time in Dumfries Jail.
 

Thasunke Witko

Well-Known Member
Just reading up on case there was sentenced to 9 years in 2018 which was then reduced on appeal to 8 years. He is currently serving his time in Dumfries Jail.
Thanks, no surprise there was a reduction in his sentence but he will feel totally aggrieved at his length of sentence compared to the ones recently handed out to cbc serial offenders
 

ghoulishworm

Well-Known Member
The SFA are responsible for all football in Scotland. They should have had had measures in place to detect perverts and to safeguard children. This doesn't obviate the need for individual clubs, and other organisations, to have in place additional measures to protect children.

In the case of Celtic BC, they were abusing children when there wasn't even any football. They were "organising" fake competitions to abuse children.

The SFA can't hide behind Celtic. Celtic can't hide behind the SFA.
The fake competitions should on its own be enough to hang those bastards.
 

Rathcool Kai

Well-Known Member
Emails to S.F.A. regarding child protection seminar

  • To:ian.maxwell@scottishfa.co.uk,rod.petrie@scottishfa.co.uk,neil.doncaster@scottishfa.co.uk

    9 Jan at 08:41


    Dear Sir,
    I have been reliably informed that the S.F.A. have initiated arrangements to convey a seminar in relation to child protection, that is to be presented at Celtic F.C’s Parkhead stadium in March.
    I would be most grateful if you could afford the time to answer a few question’s that I have.

    Who proposed this choice of venue? Was it an individual’s suggestion? Was it the choice collectively by a group or committee?
    The reason I would like these question’s answered, being that I am struggling to comprehend the mindset of the person/person’s responsible.
    I was initially at a loss for words, flabbergasted, stunned, speechless, dumbfounded, insulted, all adjective pertaining to the choice of venue.

    Now to the venue in question, given that there have been numerous factual and alleged cases of child sexual abuse having been committed on these premises, with 4 employees criminally convicted, do you think it is an appropriate choice of venue to discuss child safety? If you were the victim of sexual abuse on these premises , how would you feel knowing that a child protection seminar was being held there? Ironic? Yes I think so too
    .
    Is this a deliberate choice to stick 2 fingers up at the victims and the supporters campaigning for justice?
    Is this a deliberate choice of venue to condone and admonish the club pivotal to the abuse scandal?
    Were you privy to the choice of venue to discuss child protection? If so I wonder how you can sleep at night or look yourself in the mirror in the morning.

    No sympathy, empathy or compassion for the poor victims from the S.F.A., are we really living in 21st century Scotland? Turkey’s voting for Christmas comes to mind reference the S.F.A. decision on this choice of venue.

    There is a considerably superior choice of venue in the heart of Glasgow, next to 2 motorway’s, train station’s ,a bus station and an airport nearby, with swathes of car parking space.
    Namely the S.E.C.C., a venue which is actually synonomous in providing a safe and fun environment for children, as opposed to your choice, a venue of evil, darkness and depravity, synonomous with crime and torture
    .
    The S.F.A. have a duty of care to protect children participating in football, to date and for the past 5 decades you have failed to protect these children and you compound that failure yet again by your crass choice of venue.

    Your organisation revel’s in the condemnation of racial and sectarian abuse, rightly so, but in reality it is merely name calling, stick’s and stones comes to mind, most people can rise above name calling.
    The glaring omission to your value's and integrity is your failure to condemn the physical and psychological torture of child sexual abuse, which has been rife within Scottish football for the past 5 decades.
    Your choice of venue appears to condone this abuse, quite astonishing, truly mind boggling, not a decision by a morally right minded ethical person or person’s
    .
    I am struggling to contain my frustration and anger as I write this, I have witnessed first hand the damage and scarring inflicted on some of the victim’s of this abuse, which the S.F.A. have ignored for 5 decades.
    I don’t expect a reply as usual, but believe me our group is more determined than ever and we will leave no stone unturned in our fight for justice for the poor victim’s of child sexual abuse within Scottish football, suffered in the main on the premises of your venue choice, no matter what club was responsible, we will continue the demand for a fully Independent Public Inquiry .

    I also intend to inform U.E.F.A. that one of their member association’s intend to hold a child protection seminar on the premises of a crime scene.
    “You really could’nt make it up!”

    Yours sincerely
  • R.K.

 

TinyRick

Well-Known Member
I think Mr McGuires balls have fell off and hes shat himself....he has been quiet for too long. I only hope he is working diligently in the background gathering further evidence before presenting his case
I think that McGuire has been warned off and/or threatened to leave things alone,just my thoughts.
I posted this a couple of months ago:


Thompsons are running a mass tort - a collective action. They will have had a set cut off date for accepting new claims, which may or may not have passed.

The validity of each claim then needs to be cross checked - dates, evidence to confirm that the complainant was in proximity to the club/nonce. Sad as if may be, there will be some fantasist in amongst the claimants. All it would take would be for lawyers representing the beasts to find one that was making it up and had never been at CBC or whatever and that's it fucked for everybody.

The more claims they have, the more background checks need doing, and the more time it takes.

There's also the expectation (from within the legal system) that the lawyers should be able to hash out a compensation deal themselves - bear in mind these are civil actions, not criminal. That's not Thompsons working to minimise damage to celtic, that's the system that's in place, and it's why so many lawsuits end with out of court settlements.

I saw a post further up that said nothing had changed in six months. There's a very real possibility of this running for years, if celtic et al decide to fight it all the way. Its all well and good saying the individual nonces should be sued, but they would simply declare bankruptcy, so the lawyers have to be sure there's actually money to be got.

Ultimately, I think we're all agreed that it's the victims who need to be satisfied. The rest of us are just nobodies on a football forum, most of whom could not fathom what these guys have been through. If some decide to settle, then that's up to them and should not be viewed as any sort of climbdown.

Patience. Lots of patience.

Edit: meant to add, that judges take a very dim view of lawyers who refuse to try and discuss terms with the side they are suing, so they have to make overtures about getting round the table.
 

ibroxcats

Well-Known Member
Emails to S.F.A. regarding child protection seminar

  • To:ian.maxwell@scottishfa.co.uk,rod.petrie@scottishfa.co.uk,neil.doncaster@scottishfa.co.uk

    9 Jan at 08:41


    Dear Sir,
    I have been reliably informed that the S.F.A. have initiated arrangements to convey a seminar in relation to child protection, that is to be presented at Celtic F.C’s Parkhead stadium in March.
    I would be most grateful if you could afford the time to answer a few questions that I have.

    Who proposed this choice of venue? Was it an individual’s suggestion? Was it the choice collectively by a group or committee?
    The reason I would like these questions answered, being that I am struggling to comprehend the mindset of the person/persons responsible.
    I was initially at a loss for words, flabbergasted, stunned, speechless, dumbfounded, insulted, all adjectives pertaining to the choice of venue.

    Now to the venue in question, given that there have been numerous factual and alleged cases of child sexual abuse having been committed on these premises, with 4 employees criminally convicted, do you think it is an appropriate choice of venue to discuss child safety? If you were the victim of sexual abuse on these premises , how would you feel knowing that a child protection seminar was being held there? Ironic? Yes I think so too
    .
    Is this a deliberate choice to stick 2 fingers up at the victims and the supporters campaigning for justice?
    Is this a deliberate choice of venue to condone and admonish the club pivotal to the abuse scandal?
    Were you privy to the choice of venue to discuss child protection? If so I wonder how you can sleep at night or look yourself in the mirror in the morning.

    No sympathy, empathy or compassion for the poor victims from the S.F.A., are we really living in 21st century Scotland? Turkey’s voting for Christmas comes to mind reference the S.F.A. decision on this choice of venue.

    There is a considerably superior choice of venue in the heart of Glasgow, next to 2 motorways, train stations, a bus station and an airport nearby, with swathes of car parking space.
    Namely the S.E.C.C., a venue which is actually synonomous in providing a safe and fun environment for children, as opposed to your choice, a venue of evil, darkness and depravity, synonomous with crime and torture
    .
    The S.F.A. has a duty of care to protect children participating in football, to date and for the past 5 decades you have failed to protect these children and you compound that failure yet again by your crass choice of venue.

    Your organisation revels in the condemnation of racial and sectarian abuse, rightly so, but in reality it is merely name calling, sticks and stones comes to mind, most people can rise above name calling.
    The glaring omission to your values and integrity is your failure to condemn the physical and psychological torture of child sexual abuse, which has been rife within Scottish football for the past 5 decades.
    Your choice of venue appears to condone this abuse, quite astonishing, truly mind boggling, not a decision by a morally right minded ethical person or person’s
    .
    I am struggling to contain my frustration and anger as I write this, I have witnessed first hand the damage and scarring inflicted on some of the victims of this abuse, which the S.F.A. have ignored for 5 decades.
    I don’t expect a reply as usual, but believe me our group is more determined than ever and we will leave no stone unturned in our fight for justice for the poor victims of child sexual abuse within Scottish football, suffered in the main on the premises of your venue choice, no matter what club was responsible, we will continue the demand for a fully Independent Public Inquiry .

    I also intend to inform U.E.F.A. that one of their member association’s intend to hold a child protection seminar on the premises of a crime scene.
    “You really couldn't make it up!”

    Yours sincerely
  • R.K.

Slight edit for the right reasons.
 

Bobafett Bear

Well-Known Member
I posted this a couple of months ago:


Thompsons are running a mass tort - a collective action. They will have had a set cut off date for accepting new claims, which may or may not have passed.

The validity of each claim then needs to be cross checked - dates, evidence to confirm that the complainant was in proximity to the club/nonce. Sad as if may be, there will be some fantasist in amongst the claimants. All it would take would be for lawyers representing the beasts to find one that was making it up and had never been at CBC or whatever and that's it fucked for everybody.

The more claims they have, the more background checks need doing, and the more time it takes.

There's also the expectation (from within the legal system) that the lawyers should be able to hash out a compensation deal themselves - bear in mind these are civil actions, not criminal. That's not Thompsons working to minimise damage to celtic, that's the system that's in place, and it's why so many lawsuits end with out of court settlements.

I saw a post further up that said nothing had changed in six months. There's a very real possibility of this running for years, if celtic et al decide to fight it all the way. Its all well and good saying the individual nonces should be sued, but they would simply declare bankruptcy, so the lawyers have to be sure there's actually money to be got.

Ultimately, I think we're all agreed that it's the victims who need to be satisfied. The rest of us are just nobodies on a football forum, most of whom could not fathom what these guys have been through. If some decide to settle, then that's up to them and should not be viewed as any sort of climbdown.

Patience. Lots of patience.

Edit: meant to add, that judges take a very dim view of lawyers who refuse to try and discuss terms with the side they are suing, so they have to make overtures about getting round the table.
A good post TR,I like when you bring some common sense to the abuse thread.
 

Bobafett Bear

Well-Known Member
I posted this a couple of months ago:


Thompsons are running a mass tort - a collective action. They will have had a set cut off date for accepting new claims, which may or may not have passed.

The validity of each claim then needs to be cross checked - dates, evidence to confirm that the complainant was in proximity to the club/nonce. Sad as if may be, there will be some fantasist in amongst the claimants. All it would take would be for lawyers representing the beasts to find one that was making it up and had never been at CBC or whatever and that's it fucked for everybody.

The more claims they have, the more background checks need doing, and the more time it takes.

There's also the expectation (from within the legal system) that the lawyers should be able to hash out a compensation deal themselves - bear in mind these are civil actions, not criminal. That's not Thompsons working to minimise damage to celtic, that's the system that's in place, and it's why so many lawsuits end with out of court settlements.

I saw a post further up that said nothing had changed in six months. There's a very real possibility of this running for years, if celtic et al decide to fight it all the way. Its all well and good saying the individual nonces should be sued, but they would simply declare bankruptcy, so the lawyers have to be sure there's actually money to be got.

Ultimately, I think we're all agreed that it's the victims who need to be satisfied. The rest of us are just nobodies on a football forum, most of whom could not fathom what these guys have been through. If some decide to settle, then that's up to them and should not be viewed as any sort of climbdown.

Patience. Lots of patience.

Edit: meant to add, that judges take a very dim view of lawyers who refuse to try and discuss terms with the side they are suing, so they have to make overtures about getting round the table.
Edit: was meant to say RK’s email and replied to TR instead.
 
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GourockBlue50

Well-Known Member
Official Ticketer
Emails to S.F.A. regarding child protection seminar

  • To:ian.maxwell@scottishfa.co.uk,rod.petrie@scottishfa.co.uk,neil.doncaster@scottishfa.co.uk

    9 Jan at 08:41


    Dear Sir,
    I have been reliably informed that the S.F.A. have initiated arrangements to convey a seminar in relation to child protection, that is to be presented at Celtic F.C’s Parkhead stadium in March.
    I would be most grateful if you could afford the time to answer a few question’s that I have.

    Who proposed this choice of venue? Was it an individual’s suggestion? Was it the choice collectively by a group or committee?
    The reason I would like these question’s answered, being that I am struggling to comprehend the mindset of the person/person’s responsible.
    I was initially at a loss for words, flabbergasted, stunned, speechless, dumbfounded, insulted, all adjective pertaining to the choice of venue.

    Now to the venue in question, given that there have been numerous factual and alleged cases of child sexual abuse having been committed on these premises, with 4 employees criminally convicted, do you think it is an appropriate choice of venue to discuss child safety? If you were the victim of sexual abuse on these premises , how would you feel knowing that a child protection seminar was being held there? Ironic? Yes I think so too
    .
    Is this a deliberate choice to stick 2 fingers up at the victims and the supporters campaigning for justice?
    Is this a deliberate choice of venue to condone and admonish the club pivotal to the abuse scandal?
    Were you privy to the choice of venue to discuss child protection? If so I wonder how you can sleep at night or look yourself in the mirror in the morning.

    No sympathy, empathy or compassion for the poor victims from the S.F.A., are we really living in 21st century Scotland? Turkey’s voting for Christmas comes to mind reference the S.F.A. decision on this choice of venue.

    There is a considerably superior choice of venue in the heart of Glasgow, next to 2 motorway’s, train station’s ,a bus station and an airport nearby, with swathes of car parking space.
    Namely the S.E.C.C., a venue which is actually synonomous in providing a safe and fun environment for children, as opposed to your choice, a venue of evil, darkness and depravity, synonomous with crime and torture
    .
    The S.F.A. have a duty of care to protect children participating in football, to date and for the past 5 decades you have failed to protect these children and you compound that failure yet again by your crass choice of venue.

    Your organisation revel’s in the condemnation of racial and sectarian abuse, rightly so, but in reality it is merely name calling, stick’s and stones comes to mind, most people can rise above name calling.
    The glaring omission to your value's and integrity is your failure to condemn the physical and psychological torture of child sexual abuse, which has been rife within Scottish football for the past 5 decades.
    Your choice of venue appears to condone this abuse, quite astonishing, truly mind boggling, not a decision by a morally right minded ethical person or person’s
    .
    I am struggling to contain my frustration and anger as I write this, I have witnessed first hand the damage and scarring inflicted on some of the victim’s of this abuse, which the S.F.A. have ignored for 5 decades.
    I don’t expect a reply as usual, but believe me our group is more determined than ever and we will leave no stone unturned in our fight for justice for the poor victim’s of child sexual abuse within Scottish football, suffered in the main on the premises of your venue choice, no matter what club was responsible, we will continue the demand for a fully Independent Public Inquiry .

    I also intend to inform U.E.F.A. that one of their member association’s intend to hold a child protection seminar on the premises of a crime scene.
    “You really could’nt make it up!”

    Yours sincerely
  • R.K.

An absolutely superb response to their unbelievable actions. Well done sir.

As you state there will very likely be no reply from them.
 

Mr.Spock

Well-Known Member
The last comments from McGuire in September re the filth getting round the table were not very encouraging.

 

alexg123

Well-Known Member
The last comments from McGuire in September re the filth getting round the table were not very encouraging.

Well said GB50 that is a good hard boot in the haw maws to the idiots that agreed to that venue for such a touchy subject to take place , quite unbelievable in fact ! It’s like the foxes holding a meeting in the kennels where the hounds are kept . It’s got Liewell’s trade mark all over it and the toothless SFA fall for it just like the young victims were duped at CBC and they were too young to see what was happening to them when all they wanted was to be famous footballers :mad: .
 
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BN94

Well-Known Member
I posted this a couple of months ago:


Thompsons are running a mass tort - a collective action. They will have had a set cut off date for accepting new claims, which may or may not have passed.

The validity of each claim then needs to be cross checked - dates, evidence to confirm that the complainant was in proximity to the club/nonce. Sad as if may be, there will be some fantasist in amongst the claimants. All it would take would be for lawyers representing the beasts to find one that was making it up and had never been at CBC or whatever and that's it fucked for everybody.

The more claims they have, the more background checks need doing, and the more time it takes.

There's also the expectation (from within the legal system) that the lawyers should be able to hash out a compensation deal themselves - bear in mind these are civil actions, not criminal. That's not Thompsons working to minimise damage to celtic, that's the system that's in place, and it's why so many lawsuits end with out of court settlements.

I saw a post further up that said nothing had changed in six months. There's a very real possibility of this running for years, if celtic et al decide to fight it all the way. Its all well and good saying the individual nonces should be sued, but they would simply declare bankruptcy, so the lawyers have to be sure there's actually money to be got.

Ultimately, I think we're all agreed that it's the victims who need to be satisfied. The rest of us are just nobodies on a football forum, most of whom could not fathom what these guys have been through. If some decide to settle, then that's up to them and should not be viewed as any sort of climbdown.

Patience. Lots of patience.

Edit: meant to add, that judges take a very dim view of lawyers who refuse to try and discuss terms with the side they are suing, so they have to make overtures about getting round the table.
I remember you posting this a while back like you said Rick. I agree with it word for word. It’s what a lot of people don’t realise. These things take time and every angle has to be covered.
 

Bobafett Bear

Well-Known Member
Just read the letter on previous page to Adidas CEO. What is the 3 part hour long tv programme? When and where can it be seen?
Dan Gordon is putting documentary’s together based in historical sexual abuse infootball.

Clubs throughout the UK involved and CFC/cbc are heavily implicated with all their hall of shame.

Look’s like BBC England will be doing it so it will be national.

Time frame was meant to be last year but been extended to this year.
 
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Rangersmandownunder

Well-Known Member
Is anyone aware of any link to the beasts over here in Oz?

With the current issue with Cardinal Pell, (the third most senior catholic on the planet being imprisoned for child abuse), being in focus right now and with several Irish catholic priests sent over who are guilty of abuse it would be pertinent to bring to task any offender who was knowingly abusing children and having it covered up like all the rest, I would be happy as an Australian citizen to contact our media such as the national 60 minutes program.
 

BN94

Well-Known Member
I'm in the process of contacting journalists in the USA.
Following on from the question from @Bluethunder
If you are contacting journalists in the states then could you please PM bluethunder with your reply. The reason being that we obviously have lurkers and lazy journalists that visit this thread frequently, and we don’t want to give them any information whatsoever.
Bluethunder will assist you if you require any help or advice.
 

UpperCanadianLoyal

Well-Known Member
Following on from the question from @Bluethunder
If you are contacting journalists in the states then could you please PM bluethunder with your reply. The reason being that we obviously have lurkers and lazy journalists that visit this thread frequently, and we don’t want to give them any information whatsoever.
Bluethunder will assist you if you require any help or advice.
Actually, it might be good for me to get in contact with Bluethunder so we can coordinate our efforts ... can you help me with this?
 

Rathcool Kai

Well-Known Member
Email to U.E.F.A.

to:Gasser Patrick,discipline@uefa.ch,childsafeguarding@uefa.ch


10 Jan at 11:57


Dear Sir/Madam,
I want to make you aware that one of your associate members, namely Scottish Football Association, are proposing to hold a Child Protection Seminar on the premises of Celtic F.C. at their Parkhead stadium in March this year.

Given the child sexual abuse that has taken place by employees of the club for over 5 decades, on these premises, I think that this is a crass choice of venue.

Given the fact that there have been 4 criminal convictions of employees/representatives of that club, and given the fact that over 250 images of naked and semi naked young boys between 9 and 15 years of age were found in a storeroom on these premises, the decision to hold the seminar there needs investigated.

This choice of venue is upsetting, distressing and a kick in the teeth for the scores of boys abused there.

As U.E.F.A. advocate Fairness, Equality, and Respect , I would hope that your organisation show respect for the victims and contact the S.F.A. to ascertain Who chose this venue and Why?, As it is totally inappropriate.

Look forward to your reply

Yours sincerely
R.K.
 
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brand69

Well-Known Member
Email to U.E.F.A.

to:Gasser Patrick,discipline@uefa.ch,childsafeguarding@uefa.ch


10 Jan at 11:57


Dear Sir/Madam,
I want to make you aware that one of your associate members, namely Scottish Football Association, are proposing to hold a Child Protection Seminar on the premises of Celtic F.C. at their Parkhead stadium in March this year.

Given the child sexual abuse that has taken place by employees of the club for over 5 decades, on these premises, I think that this is a crass choice of venue.

Given the fact that there have been 4 criminal convictions of employees/representatives of that club, and given the fact that over 250 images of naked and semi naked young boys between 9 and 15 years of age were found in a storeroom on these premises, the decision to hold the seminar there needs investigated.

This choice of venue is upsetting, distressing and a kick in the teeth for the scores of boys abused there.

As U.E.F.A. advocate Fairness, Equality, and Respect , I would hope that your organisation show respect for the victims and contact the S.F.A. to ascertain Who chose this venue and Why?, As it is totally inappropriate.

Look forward to your reply

Yours sincerely
R.K.
I like this email mate. Precise, small and to the point. It has more chance of being read and acted on.
 

Grigo Yossarian

Well-Known Member
Is anyone aware of any link to the beasts over here in Oz?

With the current issue with Cardinal Pell, (the third most senior catholic on the planet being imprisoned for child abuse), being in focus right now and with several Irish catholic priests sent over who are guilty of abuse it would be pertinent to bring to task any offender who was knowingly abusing children and having it covered up like all the rest, I would be happy as an Australian citizen to contact our media such as the national 60 minutes program.
The guy Gary Johnston has done a couple of decent articles RMDU. He interviewed Michelle Gray. Had a wee snipe at us but generally was hard hitting on the tims.

He’s in a crime magazine but I forget the name of it right now.
 

Grigo Yossarian

Well-Known Member
Email to U.E.F.A.

to:Gasser Patrick,discipline@uefa.ch,childsafeguarding@uefa.ch


10 Jan at 11:57


Dear Sir/Madam,
I want to make you aware that one of your associate members, namely Scottish Football Association, are proposing to hold a Child Protection Seminar on the premises of Celtic F.C. at their Parkhead stadium in March this year.

Given the child sexual abuse that has taken place by employees of the club for over 5 decades, on these premises, I think that this is a crass choice of venue.

Given the fact that there have been 4 criminal convictions of employees/representatives of that club, and given the fact that over 250 images of naked and semi naked young boys between 9 and 15 years of age were found in a storeroom on these premises, the decision to hold the seminar there needs investigated.

This choice of venue is upsetting, distressing and a kick in the teeth for the scores of boys abused there.

As U.E.F.A. advocate Fairness, Equality, and Respect , I would hope that your organisation show respect for the victims and contact the S.F.A. to ascertain Who chose this venue and Why?, As it is totally inappropriate.

Look forward to your reply

Yours sincerely
R.K.
Good letter Kai.
 

cm72

Well-Known Member
Sexual exploitation of children has and still is a stain on humanity,no matter your colour,religion or beliefs or nationality,you deserve to be a kid and should not be prayed on by folk of trust and of adult age.

Scotland’s shame under the SNP watch and they are no better and just as complicit as the cfc/cbc.
any age you mean surely.
 

Grigo Yossarian

Well-Known Member
Is anyone aware of any link to the beasts over here in Oz?

With the current issue with Cardinal Pell, (the third most senior catholic on the planet being imprisoned for child abuse), being in focus right now and with several Irish catholic priests sent over who are guilty of abuse it would be pertinent to bring to task any offender who was knowingly abusing children and having it covered up like all the rest, I would be happy as an Australian citizen to contact our media such as the national 60 minutes program.
The Crime News Weekly, Sydney is Gary Johnston’s paper mate. He was born in Scotland & moved over there. He’s a Tim fan but did roast them to be fair.
 

johnkp

Well-Known Member
Is anyone aware of any link to the beasts over here in Oz?

With the current issue with Cardinal Pell, (the third most senior catholic on the planet being imprisoned for child abuse), being in focus right now and with several Irish catholic priests sent over who are guilty of abuse it would be pertinent to bring to task any offender who was knowingly abusing children and having it covered up like all the rest, I would be happy as an Australian citizen to contact our media such as the national 60 minutes program.
The guy Gary Johnston has done a couple of decent articles RMDU. He interviewed Michelle Gray. Had a wee snipe at us but generally was hard hitting on the tims.

He’s in a crime magazine but I forget the name of it right now.
I think 'True Crime News Weekly' is the one you're thinking of, GY

This is the contact e-mail address for News, Tips, Submissions, Editorial & Corrections ...

Editor@TrueCrimeNewsWeekly.com

EDIT:
Should have checked for any later replies!
 
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