A COMPLAINT TO THE COPFS ABOUT THE TRIAL OF ROBERT GREEN

AN E-MAIL SENT TO THE CROWN OFFICE AND PROCURATOR FISCAL SERVICE SCOTLAND ABOUT THE GROSS MISCARRIAGE OF JUSTICE SERVED UPON ROBERT GREEN AT STONEHAVEN COURT.

 

Dear sir/madam,
                        I am contacting you today to complain in the strongest possible terms about the treatment and prosecution of Mr Robert Green by both the Grampian Police Force and the Scottish Justice System. I see this not only as the right thing to do but also as my moral duty as a free and conscious member of society who would see justice upheld and the innocent protected from harm no matter where the harm originates or the originators perceived position of privilege is seen to be. I would also suggest it is also the moral duty of any member of society to raise their voice in any set of circumstances where a miscarriage of justice is perceived to have taken place if done in an open and non-abusive manner,for a system unchallenged soon fails to be a system and becomes a dictatorship.
   As I am sure you are aware Robert Green was first arrested in Aberdeen on the 12th of February 2010 and subsequently charged with a breach of the peace for attempting to alert the public of a highly dangerous group of paedophiles operating in the area as part of his campaign in the local elections that were to take place in the area. Robert Green was unlawfully arrested and was denied his right to initial representation,then whilst in custody an interdict was served upon him which prevented him from following his campaign for justice and was the excuse for his arrest in the first place by plain clothes Police Officers. The subsequent court appearances and resulting trial has cost the taxpayer in excess of £500,000 to prosecute a man for a breach of the peace,an unbelievable expense for such a crime and it can only be concluded that Mr Green must have indeed deeply upset some people in perceived high places with an ulterior motive for his silence. The prosecution in this case and the Sheriff judging the proceedings,Sheriff Principle Bowen can easily be construed as acting as one in this prosecution of Robert Green as his two main witness’s for his defence were denied to him by Mr Bowen,namely Procurator Fiscal Stephen McGowan (who went on to act for the prosecution in the trial) and the former Lord Advocate Elish Angiolini. Elish Angiolini is herself under investigation at the moment for her actions involving Mr Green, Crime Reference Number CS-20120125-0112,and has been involved directly with the case involving Hollie Greig and the campaign for justice in which Robert Green is part of since the complaints were first lodged in Aberdeen in the year 2000. Sheriff Principle Bowen failed also to announce his association with Elish Angiolini and their 10 year relationship within the Northern Lighthouse Board,surely a conflict of interest to say the least or a blatant attempt to prevent a key witness from taking the stand due to a personal connection and her former position of office. An office in which her own handling of child abuse cases was brought into question and was even forced to make a public apology for her failures in 2001 for the failure of her office to prosecute in time the rape of a 10 year old girl. A case unbelievably dismissed by one of those whom Hollie Greig alleges to have been one of her abusers. There seems to have been no attempt to offer a thoroughly decent man the chance of a fair trial or even to state his own case openly,5 days were given to the prosecution and 1 morning given for Robert Greens defence,hardly surprising with the main witness’s being forbidden and glaringly obvious need to prosecute. The sentence handed down to Robert Green of one years imprisonment,the indefinite restrictions placed upon him and the accompanying speech by Sheriff Principle Bowen about protecting the innocent and the integrity of Scottish Law were both shameful and hypocritical beyond measure as all aspects of Robert Greens case and the disgraceful failings of the Scottish Establishment to protect the vulnerable and the young by allowing paedophiles to roam free have anything but the stamp of integrity upon them and are more akin to Orwell’s Ministry of Love and newspeak. The recent case of Liam Gibson from Biggar a prime example,almost 50,000 vile pictures of children in his possession but off he trots on his sad little way to do what ever sick perverse thing takes his fancy while a man of astonishing courage and moral dignity has his liberties removed for having the strength to stand up to a corrupt collection of “people” who hide within the echelons of power,is this just?,is this indeed even an act of a sane and competent judiciary?.
   Is Scottish Justice and our Systems of Government to be known and remembered for the persecution of the innocent and the support of the paedophile? I would demand from you in the strongest possible terms of humanitarian decency that Robert Greens incarceration is ended immediately and that a full,open and independent inquiry is undertaken forthwith into all aspects involving his arrest and persecution. I would demand from you in the strongest possible terms that a full,open and independent inquiry is undertaken into the abuse and harassment suffered by Hollie Greig and all circumstances and people surrounding this whole chain of events that is indeed Scotland’s Shame. I await your reply.

sincerely

Gary Cluckie 

THIS IS THE TRULY PATHETIC REPLY TO MY E-MAIL TO THE CROWN OFFICE PROCURATOR FISCAL SERVICE ABOUT ROBERT GREENS TRIAL AND SENTENCING.

THE SHAME OF THE SCOTTISH ESTABLISHMENT KNOWS NO BOUNDS AND IT SEEMS THEY WILL SUPPORT CORRUPTION NO MATTER HOW ABSURD THEY LOOK OR WHOM THEY PUT AT RISK.

HOW LOW WILL THEY GO AND HOW LONG BEFORE THEY BREAK RANKS AS THE WORLD EXPOSES ALL INVOLVED.THE EXCUSE “I WAS JUST DOING MY JOB” AINT GOING TO CUT IT HERE!

Dear Sir
Thank you for your email of 19 February 2012.

Following a trial on summary complaint at Stonehaven Sheriff Court, Robert Green  was convicted of breach of the peace and breaches of bail. Sentencing is a matter for the court.

As with any case, the decision to prosecute was taken after full and careful consideration of the facts and circumstances. This was a serious matter involving the publication of offensive and alarming allegations which had a significant impact on the people who were the subject of the material Robert Green published.

Regards

Anthony McGeehan

Deputy Director of Serious Casework

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