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Conspiracy of Silence, a documentary listed for viewing in TV Guide Magazine, was to be aired on the Discovery Channel on May 3, 1994. This documentary exposed a network of religious leaders and Washington politicians who flew children to Washington D.C. for sex orgies. Many children suffered the indignity of wearing nothing but their underwear and a number displayed on a piece of cardboard hanging from their necks when being auctioned off to foreigners in Las Vegas, Nevada, and Toronto, Canada. At the last minute before airing, unknown congressmen threatened the TV Cable industry with restrictive legislation if this documentary was aired. Almost immediately, the rights to the documentary were purchased by unknown persons who ordered all copies destroyed. A copy of this videotape was furnished anonymously to former Nebraska state senator and attorney John De Camp who made it available to retired FBI Agent Ted L. Gunderson. This video is a blockbuster in what is revealed by its participants involved.
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Sheriff Principal Bowen a proven paedophile enabler
Posted on 25. Jan, 2012 by admin in Information
When Sheriff Principal Edward Farquharson Bowen QC presided over the trial of Robert Green, he did so as a lawman with a track record of coming to the aid of a paedophile.
Donald Smith, 35, of Printfield Terrace, Aberdeen, was charged with indecency against a nine-year-old boy in October 1998.
When the case called in 2001 at Aberdeen Sheriff Court his lawyers claimed his human rights had been breached because of a failure to bring him to trial within a reasonable time.
Sheriff Noel McPartlin rejected the plea but allowed leave to appeal.
That appeal was upheld by Lord Kirkwood, sitting with Lord Abernethy and Sheriff Principal Edward Bowen QC.
Note the similarities with the Hollie Greig case: Aberdeen in the late 90s – long delay before looking at the case etc.
Donald Smith Appeal (1.1 MiB, 113 hits)
(BBC News July 4, 2002 (here):
Delays scupper child abuse trial
Three appeal judges overturned the ruling.
A man accused of sexually abusing a young boy has escaped prosecution because of a 25-month delay in bringing him to trial.Lawyers for Donald Smith had argued that his human rights had been breached by the length of time the Crown took over the case.That submission was initially rejected by a sheriff in Aberdeen.
However, three appeal judges have now ruled that the charges should be dismissed.Lord Kirkwood, the senior judge, said no satisfactory explanation had been given for the “unreasonable” delay.
We have been struck by what appears to be a lack of urgency throughout on the part of the prosecution
He said: “We have been struck by what appears to be a lack of urgency throughout on the part of the prosecution.
“Further, as time went on, there was no indication that significant action was taken to remedy the situation and bring the case to trial at an early date.
“It is not apparent that the case was subject to a prioritisation process at any stage.”
Leave to appeal
Mr Smith, 35, of Printfield Terrace, Aberdeen, was charged with indecency against a nine-year-old boy in October 1998.
Donald Smith has protested his innocence.
When the case called last year at Aberdeen Sheriff Court his lawyers claimed his human rights had been breached because of a failure to bring him to trial within a reasonable time.
Sheriff Noel McPartlin rejected the plea but allowed leave to appeal.
That appeal was upheld by Lord Kirkwood, sitting with Lord Abernethy and Sheriff Principal Edward Bowen QC.However, Mr Smith remains angry that he has not been given the chance to clear his name – and the opportunity to be reunited with his children, who were taken from him following the allegations.
He is now considering legal action against his lawyers and the fiscal service.
“I thought I would be given a fair hearing and once I had proved my innocence I would be given my children back,” he said.
“Now I am told that I will never see my children again. Where is the fairness in it?
Backlog of cases
“If they think I will take that lying down they are living in a dream.”
The Justiciary Appeal Court in Edinburgh heard that Mr Smith was arrested and charged in May 1999, but his trial would not have started until June 2001.
The appeal judges were told that the procurator fiscal’s office in Aberdeen was suffering chronic staff shortages which led to a backlog of 500 cases at one point.
It seems to me this case shows yet again how our justice system fails children
Margaret McKay Children 1st
Defence counsel Andrew Brown said the “inactivity and error” by the Crown had not been satisfactorily explained.He said there had been three periods of delay before the papers were passed on to a team dealing with more serious cases – where they were “lost track of” for three months.
There was “very little activity” between 25 November 1999 and 1 June the following year, added Mr Brown.
He said it was not a complex case and that his client was not responsible for any of the delays.
Advocate depute Ian Armstrong QC argued that the delay was not so unreasonable that it amounted to a breach of Mr Smith’s human rights.
He said there had been “significant pressure of business” on the fiscal’s office in Aberdeen and that the case had been further complicated because of the involvement of another man.
Margaret McKay, the chief executive of the Children 1st charity, said she was “shocked but not surprised” by the case.
“It seems to me this case shows yet again how our justice system fails children.
“We believe cases where children are victims and witnesses ought to be part of a fast-track arrangement within our courts,” she said.
The Crown Office said problems at the Procurator Fiscal’s office in Aberdeen had been addressed and stressed that child abuse cases were given priority.
Aberdeen Sheriff, Patrick Davies, and his lenient sentencing of paedophiles
Posted on 09. Aug, 2010 by admin in Information
Stonehaven Sheriff's Court where Robert Green was bailed on trumped up charges of 'breach of the peace'.
After Hollie Greig campaigner Robert Green was illegally detained and his house ransacked by Grampian Police earlier this year, Robert faced Sheriff Patrick Davies at Stonehaven Sheriff Court on April 30, 2010 to request a temporary variation on his draconian bail conditions.
Robert reasonably sought the variance so he could campaign on the streets of Aberdeen during the General Election in May. Prevented from doing so by a trumped up charge of breach of the peace back in February 2010, Robert is not allowed in the Aberdeen city limits.
The website holliedemandsjustice.org ran a story on Friday August 6, 2010 entitled “Sheriff Patrick Davies – Allows a Convicted Paedophile to go Free but Still Imposed Draconian Bail Conditions on Robert Green Who is Accused of ‘Breach of The Peace’ for ‘Handing Out Leaflets’ in Aberdeen”. See the original article (here).
The article demonstrates the leniency shown to a convicted paedophile (Kieron Hodgson) by Sheriff Patrick P. Davies and compares it to the tough stance taken against Robert Green who simply wanted to exercise his democratic right as a free and innocent man campaigning for voters in the election.
Sheriff Davies in passing sentence on Hodgson said:
“I have concluded that the interests of society would be better served by a lengthy probation order. I take the view that a relatively lengthy period of imprisonment would provide the punishment and do nothing to overcome the problem.”
See the original article (“Auchenblae man spared jail after child porn haul”) in the Press and Journal (here).
Convicted Paedophile Cameron Anderson
What we can reveal on HollieGreig.info is that this is not the first time Sheriff Patrick P. Davies has shown leniency towards vile paedophiles.
Back in late 2006, paedophile Cameron Anderson (24) had pretended to be 12 years old so he could lure young girls into sexually explicit instant messaging conversations. A raid on Anderson’s home revealed indecent images of children on his computer. Convicted of that crime in March 2008, Anderson was placed on the sex offenders register for three years and his punishment? A meagre three years of probation and 160 hours of community service.
Sheriff Patrick P. Davies was the presiding judge and in passing sentence on Anderson he stated:
“I have seriously considered this case. I have concluded that in the public interest an extended period of probation work should be carried out.
This is a shocking Case.”
Isn’t it remarkable why this Sheriff is so lenient on paedophiles? Davies qualified as a solicitor in 1965 and was a temporary sheriff from 1995-1999. In May 2000 and on the recommendation of the First Minister in Scotland, the Queen appointed Patrick P. Davies as a Floating Sheriff. A Floating Sheriff is a commission allowing them to serve where required throughout Scotland. Davies resides and practises in Aberdeen.
The evidence on the Hollie GREIG case is overwhelming and firmly backs up your post. There is a thread about all of this called," EAT THIS AND CHOKE, SALMOND YOU PEODO PROTECTOR".
Free Robert Green
Free roger Hayes
Google Hollie Grieg
Open your motherfucking eyes, people.
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