Originally posted by MARKDALY
reply to post by destination now
I did read it and I find your tone very threatening .edit on 10-7-2011 by MARKDALY because: pressed reply too soon
MD: Tony now...er...as part of this paedophile ring, the ringleader is the sheriff, he’s also involved with his sister and his sister’s wife. Now Robert being an investigator, Truth Ranger as he’s been called, will of course have made sure that these relationships exist. The truth Tony, is that this sheriff has no sister, therefore has no brother-in-law. Okay. So you know, these are the main people of the paedophile ring and two of them don’t exist. Okay. Now, shall I move on?
TL: Yeah, I’d just like to ...Anne, would you like to say anything to that?
AG: That’s not true at all
MD: Well these things as you know are checkable through the register of births, deaths and marriage, marriages and er ask Robert to maybe have a look at that. Now next...
AG: I think you must have the wrong sheriff there
TL: sorry, say that again there Anne
AG: I think you must have got the wrong sheriff
MD: No I don’t have the wrong sheriff Anne I’m afraid, I don’t. Now, if I can just continue
TL: Yeah, continue
MD: It’s been said, well firstly, the allegations were made at first in 2000 and many of the allegations were said to have... some of the abuse was said to have taken place in the sheriff’s house in Aberdeen. This sheriff...
AG: That’s not true
MD: Well Anne, I’ve seen some of the allegations and it is true
AG: Ah that’s not true, that’s not what we told you.
MD: He didn’t live in Aberdeen until 2000. He didn’t live in Aberdeen until 2000
RG: We never said that
MD: He only lived there in 2000. These are the kind of things...
AG: We never said his house. At all. We never mentioned his house at all
MD: It has been said Anne. It has been said. These are the kind of things that investigators investigate to see whether or not they can proceed with a story. Now can I move on?
AG: That was never said at all that it was at his house.
MD: Okay, well I think you have, have said that. That allegation has been made Anne.
AG: Hollies’ here, do you want to speak to Hollie and ask her?
MD: No I don’t Anne. I think that would be inappropriate.
AG: No, no I didn’t think you would.
RG: We never said it was the sheriff’s house. (unintelligible) so I’m afraid this another lot of nonsense you’re coming out with.
RG: I could...
MD: Robert, you know those other seven children you’ve named?
MD: you know the seven other children that you’ve named?
MD: Two of them weren’t born at the time of these allegations.
RG: I think that is...I think you’re absolutely wrong there Mark.
MD: Have you spoken to any of these people?
RG: I’m not making any comments on them.
MD: Have you spoken to any of the people that you’ve said have had any part of this paedophile ring? Have you spoken to any of the other victims that you’ve named? Because I can tell you they’re all (unintelligible) about it
AG: (raising her voice) These children that you are speaking about are all adults now
AG: These children that you’re speaking about are adults
MD: No there not. Two of them are ten years old and were not born at the time of the allegations.
AG: (shouts) they’re all adults
MD: Shall I move on?
TL: Yep yep, continue if you want yeah
Coincidentally, Shrewsbury Police, acting on a tip off from the SSS that Anne and Hollie had gone missing, this gave them an excuse in law to force entry into Anne’s home on June 3rd. Since they did not find any corpse they felt it was necessary to seize Anne’s computer and change the door locks, leaving her unable to enter her home over the weekend, no inventory of items removed has been so far offered. This is also law.
On the 3rd June I received a message from a local solicitor that my daughter and I had been reported missing by a Mr Greg Lance-Watkins, who I have never met, and that police officers accompanied by two social services officials had forcibly entered my home without my permission.
When I went to my home that evening I found that the front and all the interior doors had been broken open and an untidy search had been made leaving documents, correspondence, photographs and personal possessions scattered around.
In the summer of 2000, Hollie told her mother, Anne, that she had been repeatedly sexually abused by her father, Denis Charles Mackie and brother Greg. The abuse had begun when Hollie was just six years` old. Hollie said that Greg had also been abused by his father. Anne Greig reported this immediately to the local police station in Aberdeen.