Cops hunt another Celtic paedo

tazzabear

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What’s with the use of quotations around scout? Are they trying to intimate that he wasn’t a Celtic scout?
Even if he wasnt an official scout it’s shows that there must have been a paedophile ring at the piggery due to the fact that his mate Torbett was there and probably told him about vulnerable kids that are there for the taking.
It gets worse by the week. We need a UK level government investigation into that’s viper’s nest
I’ve got a concern on this one.
Anybody can say they were a scout and produce a bit of paper to support their claim.
The club cannot be held responsible for this type of occurrence.
However, what you say is true.
Torbett, Cairney and the rest of them all had friends of the same ilk, the same mentality.
They’re never loaners, these qunts.
They’ll have exposed their conquests to these buddies for further gratification.
All because Celtic let them in then back in.
 

Echo_1

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In May, the Record revealed that Celtic FC investigated and cleared boys’ club leaders in 1986, describing claims against them as “scurrilous”.
That's appalling. The absolute least you can do is admit you were running a paedo ring, but it's the septic way, sweep and deny.

Shocking from those mutants. I'm angry and it's nothing to do with me, cannot begin to think how angry those who were abused, and their families, feel.
 

longtimedead

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There was a grainy picture from CCTV of a fan the police want to interview regarding the flare at Valencia.

They know this ‘scout’ they are looking for.

Get his name and picture out there and let the public find him. It is in the public interest that he is found and his guilt determined or not in court.
 

Superrangers

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Just as you think there can surely be no more.

I wonder how deep this goes.

Scurrilous payments? More than just blind eyes turned?
I think it clearly goes much, much further. Evidence suggests it really was the ‘open secret’ McNeill alluded to. It’s a disgrace to Scotland that it hasn’t come out properly and even more so, that Scotland is still fighting to cover it all up.
 

RS_Jam

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I think it clearly goes much, much further. Evidence suggests it really was the ‘open secret’ McNeill alluded to. It’s a disgrace to Scotland that it hasn’t come out properly and even more so, that Scotland is still fighting to cover it all up.
The links to Savile et al needs thoroughly investigated.
 

Superrangers

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The links to Savile et al needs thoroughly investigated.
Indeed. I am not sure where the national investigations are at, are they concluded or still ongoing? Either way, new investigations are required because clearly this group was linked to Savile, the evidence is there. I get the impression that the appetite is not there and many in high places want it to now go away (nationally as well as in Scotland).
 

The Ranger

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Now we no why Rangers were so vilified in the media over a legal tax case, the cowardly bigoted media knew their favourite club's secrets would eventually come out. So in a sick way they tried to vilify Rangers making a legal not against the law crime, as bad as, one of the most sick if not the sickest crimes on earth
 

Zander73

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The day will come where Westminster will go through cfc, sfa, snp and hopefully police Scotland also. I’m confident this will happen.
Of course this will be long drawn out process but hopefully something will be released tomorrow or early next week.
And I do actually think we will be shocked on how big this paedo ring is. Westminster will then have no choice but to get involved and hopefully that will then be the start of the SNP’s downfall as I believe there are scum within their ranks that know something.
That will then lead to the SFA being torn apart as they have been riddled with tims and corruption for years. Even influencing the press. I also think this will lead to certain individuals in police Scotland having questions to answer. To rid this from our country it has to be an independent inquiry under the instruction of the British government and I believe no stone will be left unturned.
Like a previous poster stated I also believe this goes way back to the year that filth landed on our shores.
 

muttley

Well-Known Member
These horrific stories are almost emerging on a weekly basis now. How much longer can Holyrood deliberately look away and ignore the Celtc Paedo Ring ?

 

Superrangers

Well-Known Member
The day will come where Westminster will go through cfc, sfa, snp and hopefully police Scotland also. I’m confident this will happen.
Of course this will be long drawn out process but hopefully something will be released tomorrow or early next week.
And I do actually think we will be shocked on how big this paedo ring is. Westminster will then have no choice but to get involved and hopefully that will then be the start of the SNP’s downfall as I believe there are scum within their ranks that know something.
That will then lead to the SFA being torn apart as they have been riddled with tims and corruption for years. Even influencing the press. I also think this will lead to certain individuals in police Scotland having questions to answer. To rid this from our country it has to be an independent inquiry under the instruction of the British government and I believe no stone will be left unturned.
Like a previous poster stated I also believe this goes way back to the year that filth landed on our shores.
I hope you are right but don’t share your confidence. I was confident that Shyte would be punished and look how that turned out.

It seems that those in power and with things to hide, can make things go away and can destroy investigations.
 

Arminius

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Nothing to see here, Nikla. Nope nothing at all.

Absolutely no need for a
Public Inquiry into a clear paedo ring at Parkpaed. No sir. No need at all
 

Ricksen

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I hope you are right but don’t share your confidence. I was confident that Shyte would be punished and look how that turned out.

It seems that those in power and with things to hide, can make things go away and can destroy investigations.
What Shyte done was all business/financial. People generally don’t have the same reaction to that kind of stuff. Look at the financial crash of 2008. Only Iceland jailed those responsible.

Child abuse is a different ball game. It’s the foulest crime of all and the entire world goes apeshit over it. Operation yewteee, the me too movement etc.

Not even the scum and their control over the government and media will stop outrage over this if it goes to court.
 

50p Flute

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Yes, he came over here to give poor people food.
I’d love if some historian could have looked into that.
Not directly linked but a wee bit of insight to help you understand that this runs far deeper than their despicable club.
I'd confidently guess that this rancid club was set up originally to keep access to their catholic children to have first dibs on abusing them. Over the years as football became every boys dream this only served to strengthen the predators position of luring in young impressionable boys.
A truly vile religion.
 

Zander73

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I hope you are right but don’t share your confidence. I was confident that Shyte would be punished and look how that turned out.

It seems that those in power and with things to hide, can make things go away and can destroy investigations.
I fully understand what your saying and because it’s dragged on for so long it certainly looks that way.
But more and more will come out I believe and going with what was being discussed on here yesterday then this is going to be a big week on this sordid affair. Time will tell I suppose. The relentless efforts by the victims families won’t go unheard either when it comes to British justice. The English FA are onto this now remember. Celtic’s sponsors are being bombarded also with emails and asking for their view. Dafabet being the one that sticks out to me stating they can’t comment at the moment. At the moment? Very interesting reply imo.
I agree like I said it has dragged on but I believe it’s coming. For the victims sakes and their families it has to.
 

tangledupinblue

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This cünt has been there a long time and knows alright. Peter Lawwell knows.

Peter T Lawwell - CEO
Joined in November 2003 from his position as commercial director with ports and property company, Clydeport. Previously held the position of financial controller at Celtic Park from 1990 to 1991 after filling a number of senior executive positions with international organisations such as ICI and Hoffman-La-Roche and Scottish Coal.
 

Superrangers

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I fully understand what your saying and because it’s dragged on for so long it certainly looks that way.
But more and more will come out I believe and going with what was being discussed on here yesterday then this is going to be a big week on this sordid affair. Time will tell I suppose. The relentless efforts by the victims families won’t go unheard either when it comes to British justice. The English FA are onto this now remember. Celtic’s sponsors are being bombarded also with emails and asking for their view. Dafabet being the one that sticks out to me stating they can’t comment at the moment. At the moment? Very interesting reply imo.
I agree like I said it has dragged on but I believe it’s coming. For the victims sakes and their families it has to.
What was said yesterday?
 

RS_Jam

Well-Known Member
Indeed. I am not sure where the national investigations are at, are they concluded or still ongoing? Either way, new investigations are required because clearly this group was linked to Savile, the evidence is there. I get the impression that the appetite is not there and many in high places want it to now go away (nationally as well as in Scotland).
I fear you’re correct.

Just hope the appetite is there.

The victims need justice and closure.
 

Grigo Yossarian

Well-Known Member
Not directly linked but a wee bit of insight to help you understand that this runs far deeper than their despicable club.
I'd confidently guess that this rancid club was set up originally to keep access to their catholic children to have first dibs on abusing them. Over the years as football became every boys dream this only served to strengthen the predators position of luring in young impressionable boys.
A truly vile religion.
Absolutely 50pF.
 

50p Flute

Well-Known Member
True, which makes you wonder how justice can be served.
The simple answer to this would be that it won't be mate.
These despicable bastards have people in positions of power throughout Europe and make no mistake, they won't let their sporting wing receive too much punishment.
A few paltry fines, short sentences here and there and we will be told to carry on like nothing ever happened, there will never be true justice for the victims.
Never let them forget what they are.
 

Superrangers

Well-Known Member
The simple answer to this would be that it won't be mate.
These despicable bastards have people in positions of power throughout Europe and make no mistake, they won't let their sporting wing receive too much punishment.
A few paltry fines, short sentences here and there and we will be told to carry on like nothing ever happened, there will never be true justice for the victims.
Never let them forget what they are.
A deathbed confession is perhaps the best hope. The list of names given to police needs to also be fully investigated.
 

muttley

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This cünt has been there a long time and knows alright. Peter Lawwell knows.

Peter T Lawwell - CEO
Joined in November 2003 from his position as commercial director with ports and property company, Clydeport. Previously held the position of financial controller at Celtic Park from 1990 to 1991 after filling a number of senior executive positions with international organisations such as ICI and Hoffman-La-Roche and Scottish Coal.
Liewell hasn't aged well, has he ? The sleepless nights have caught up with the Fat Jap if recent photos are to go by. Stick a trackie on him and he'd fit in with the other jaikie in the dugout.
 

DougieJones

Well-Known Member
Fair play to The Record for at least digging into this (albeit far too late). Should we have a temporary cessation of the boycott while they fight the good fight? This is where the press can still play an important role in society.
 

tacneb21

Active Member
Unbelievable what has happened at that club, and yet its minimal coverage and condemnation from the powers that be, whether that be in politics, (especially), media, etc.

Yet, when we had our troubles we were attacked constantly from all and sundry, the witch hunt was relentless.

Scotland has hit rock bottom for me.
 
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