posted on Apr, 3 2010 @ 12:38 PM
Hollie Greig is today a 30 year old woman with Down’s Syndrome.
In 2000 she revealed to her mother, Anne, that she had been sexually abused for 14 years by her father and a number of other people in Aberdeen.
Hollie NAMED her abusers, and a number of other children who had been abused by them.
The abusers included a prominent Sheriff, a senior Policeman (since deceased), social workers and nurses in Aberdeen.
Medical evidence backed up her claims and Grampian police accepted she was a truthful witness.
NONE of the named abusers (apart from her father and brother) were interviewed by Grampian police.
£13,500 damages were later paid to Hollie for a crime that had never been investigated.
After reporting Hollie’s allegations to Grampian police, Hollie’s mother Anne was abducted from her home and sectioned in a mental hospital. An
independent psychiatrist later said there was nothing wrong with her.
Hollie’s uncle burned to death in a car soon after catching her father in the act of abusing her. The authorities stated he had committed suicide.
When Anne Greig finally obtained his autopsy report however it showed he had received A FRACTURED SKULL, A FRACTURED BREASTBONE AND BROKEN RIBS.
Scotland’s Lord Advocate Elish Angiolini (the Procurator Fiscal in Aberdeen when Hollie’s allegation were being made and then not investigated) is
hiring Glasgow law firm Levy & McRae to send letters to all of the media in Scotland threatening them with legal action if they report this
In 2009 BBC Scotland and BBC Panorama became involved in the case. The BBC investigator said that this was a scandal that would “go around the
world.” Later on however the planned programmes were dropped, and it was claimed the reporters would be sacked if they broadcast this scandal.
In February 2010 the journalist Robert Green travelled to Aberdeen to put out leaflets about this case. He is also intending to stand as a single
issue candidate in the General Election to publicise it. On arrival in Aberdeen he was arrested by Grampian police. As well as stopping him from
standing as a candidate at the election, the bail conditions seek to prevent him from discussing this scandal.
Facebook ‘We won’t allow the state to cover up the Hollie Greig paedophile scandal’
[edit on 3-4-2010 by OurManInGlasgow]