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HOLLIE GREIG 15 MIN SPECIAL - TONY LEGEND MANCHESTER RADIO ONLINE 10 4 2011

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HOLLIE GREIG 15 MIN SPECIAL - TONY LEGEND MANCHESTER RADIO ONLINE 10 4 2011 - The Basic Facts about the HOLLIE GREIG ABUSE CASE {PDF file of the PALESTINE TELEGRAPH's article}:
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In June 2000, Mrs. Anne Mackie, as she then was at the time, following a violent outburst by her
husband Denis Charles Mackie, was told by her daughter Hollie, who has Down's Syndrome, that
she had been raped and sexually abused by her father and brother Greg. The abuses by her
father had been going on for fourteen years. Since Hollie was just six.
Anne went with Hollie to Bucksburn Police Station, Aberdeen, to report the crimes, moving out of
the family home, of course.
Late that summer, in August, Hollie revealed that her attackers extended far beyond her father
and brother. Denis Charles Mackie had shared his young daughter with members of a pedophile
ring operating in Aberdeen, including a Sheriff Graeme Buchanan, a police officer, Terry Major
and Hollie's own carer, Helen Macdonald.
After contacting the police again, Anne and Hollie were asked to attend at Bucksburn on 25th
August 2000, to make their allegations.
Whilst Anne was being interviewed, Officer Leanne Davidson, who in turn, left Hollie alone with a
social worker, Nicola Foot, questioned Hollie. Foot immediately called Hollie a liar and assaulted
her by injecting a needle into Hollie's leg, which must have contained a drug to temporarily
disorientate Hollie.
Anne, of course, knew nothing of this until she was driving Hollie home, when she became aware
of Hollie's unusual behavior, which she could not explain fully to her mother due to the effect of
the drug. Anne returned immediately to the police station, demanding that a doctor examine
Hollie without delay. Davidson played for time by saying that a doctor was being sought, but after
two hours claimed that no doctor could be found.
Even worse was to follow just a few days later.
On the 5th September, a medical team unexpectedly arrived at Anne's home, on the instructions
of Dr. Alistair Palin, to literally drag Anne from her home. She naturally resisted, but her clothes
were pulled down and she too was forcibly injected by one of the team.
AngioliniShe was taken by force to a mental institution run by Palin, where he described her as
"schizophrenic." The object was to return Hollie into the hands of her abuser father.
Anne managed to get out of the institution after a few days and had the foresight to demand a full
examination by a mental health expert. Dr Helen Smith, who pronounced that Anne was in
perfectly good mental health. A result, even Palin had to concede in writing there was nothing
whatsoever wrong with Anne.
The police investigation meanwhile, despite medical and other expert witness support fully
vindicating Hollie's story, was eventually dropped on the orders of one of Sheriff Buchanan's
associates, Elish Angionlini, the Aberdeen's Procurator Fiscal, now Lord Provost.
Anne and Hollie have carried on their battle for justice ever since the, although no independent
Scottish solicitor could be found to even take up their case.
Nonetheless, after a few years, with the assistance of Nicola Smith, Hollie was awarded £13,500
by the Criminal Injury Compensation Authority, despite the fact that officially, no crime had even
been committed.
None of the experts spoken to have ever heard of such a thing before, the only possible motive
being that the award was made in the hope of buying Anne and Hollie off.
This point was picked up by the News of the World in April this year when the story was finally
broken, albeit in a very abridged form. A version of this was also published by the Shropshire
Star, the local paper now for Anne and Hollie, as they had to flee Scotland due to the danger
posed to them.



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