Robert Green arrested by Scottish Police, the same Police he accuses of operating a paedophile ring

COMMENT –  I suspect that Robert has been detained to prevent his appearance as a witness in defence of Tim Rustige next Monday. How very convenient for a certain DBE. 

——– NEWS FLASH – CAN YOU HELP? ——————————————

The UK Column team were informed this morning that Robert Green had been
arrested at his home in Warrington Cheshire by Sgt Robinson Cheshire Police
PC3158 and Detective Inspector Drummond of the Aberdeen Police, a unit of
Police Scotland. Drummond claimed to have a Search Warrant for Robert Green’s
home but told family members that they would wait for Robert to return home
rather than just breaking in.

It is understood that Robert Green was arrested at about 1130 today and had
his home searched and computers and other possessions taken by Det Insp
Drummond. It is also understood that this officer was involved in the
previous arrest of Robert as he campaigned to protect children from high
level abusers in Scotland.

Police Scotland confirmed at 1915 this evening that Robert was in custody at
Queens Road Police Station Aberdeen Scotland.

According to close family members, Drummond stated this morning that Robert
had been arrested for breach of a Non Molestation Order which is believed to
have been issued with regard to recent court actions by former Head of Law
Scotland Procurator Fiscal Elish Angiolini. Robert Green has campaigned
vigorously in recent years for justice for child sexual abuse victim Hollie
Grieg and has alleged that the Scottish Establishment has covered up the
abuse and that Angiolini failed to take appropriate action when informed of
the abuse.

Robert’s family are very concerned for his welfare and safety at the hands of
Police Scotland, particularly since he was abused by being held in solitary
confinement for four days when last arrested by Scottish Police. The arrest
took place whilst Robert was trying to raise public awareness in Aberdeen of
the abuse of children in Scotland and abuse cover-ups by the police, courts
and wider establishment.

The abuse of power by Police Scotland has continued in this latest arrest, as
Robert has been denied his own Solicitor, as offered by the family. Police
Scotland maintained that Robert had been offered a Scottish Panel Solicitor
but had refused those named. Robert therefore remains unrepresented in
Scotland under a law system alien to English Common Law.

Family members were bemused this evening when Inspector Drummond asked if
they agreed with the actions Robert Green had taken. When asked for
clarification Inspector Drummond appeared to suggest that Robert had been
arrested for posting further statements about Angiolini on his web blog. The
family stated they were simply concerned with Robert’s welfare.

Police Scotland, now the powerful State police for the whole of Scotland,
reported that Robert had only been ‘detained’ and that he would be held for
12 hours and then either charged or released. Timings would indicate that
Robert arrived at Aberdeen around 1900 this evening and therefore a decision
should have been reached by early  tomorrow morning.

Conservative MP for Warrington South David Mowat has been informed of
Robert’s arrest, and family and friends are hopeful that this Conservative MP
will take action to support Robert, particularly in ensuring he has full and
proper legal representation. Mr Mowat can be contacted on 0207 219 7178 or
01925 231267 or

If you are concerned with Robert’s welfare or the conduct of Detective
Inspector Drummond Aberdeen Police or the Scottish Police under Chief
Constable Scotland Sir Stephen House please ring 01786 289 070. Remember to
be polite and reasonable in expressing your concerns.

Please distribute this press release widely and do take action with the
appropriate authorities to express your concerns at Robert’s arrest and

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15 Responses to “Robert Green arrested by Scottish Police, the same Police he accuses of operating a paedophile ring”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Well then, this sums up Scotland in a nutshell doesn’t it? To quote Renton on the Scots (today) from Irving Welsh’s Trainspotting:

    “I hate being Scottish. We’re the lowest of the fucking low, the scum of the earth, the most wretched, servile, miserable, pathetic trash that was ever shat into civilisation. Some people hate the English, but I don’t. They re just wankers. We, on the other hand, are colonised by wankers. We can’t even pick a decent culture to be colonised by. We are ruled by effete arseholes. It’s a shite state of affairs and all the fresh air in the world will not make any fucking difference.”

    But what culture is it? Some will say English, others will say Communist whereas I’ll just go right to the heart – gentile loathing Talmudic Judaism enforced by gentile hating gentiles.

    What has this got to do with Green’s arrest? Well, pretty much everything. You see, no doubt this whole affair will be geared towards Public Order Acts and recent hate speech laws. And who brought them in and why?……

    Shutting up a human being in the past was a hard thing to do just look at Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn. We all thought: “thank God we don’t live under communism and have freedom of expression”, but thanks to the growing power of Talmudism, that’s infiltrated every western establishment we now have neither. Slaves don’t have freedom of anything and gentiles souls, therefore animals without any God, as the Babylonian Talmud will tell you.

    The Robert Green situation is the tip of the iceberg. Expect more people across the whole of the UK to be hauled before court de factos and if not given heavy fines, imprisoned for questioning the ruling establishments. Yup, your public servent police will forego their constables of common law oath and shift into policy enforcing officers working for civil law robbers.

    The police are the enemy.

    They always have been, just in the past they weren’t as in your face and aggressive as today’s bunch, many the leftovers of bankster created wars in the middle east. That’s right, mentally deranged, PTSD suffering, Iraq 1,2 & Afghanistan war experienced Rothschild assassins are joining up. History has always proven that homeland armies always come back and have a go at the locals eventually. What do you expect when you turn human beings into killing machines, killing others who have never posed any threat to them whatsoever?

    Robert’s arrest is a sign of things to come. How the Scottish populous could ever have allowed this situation to ever come about – the creation of a police state – is beyond me……

    Maybe the Pharisees were right after all? Any people who can throw away their culture and be happily controlled by a foreign parasite proves they must be doppplegangers – beasts in the form of man but soulless entities.

    The Scots today are about as Scottish as a salt, beef bagel.


  2. Anonymous says:

    “If you are arrested and held at a police station or other premises you have a statutory right to consult a solicitor in private and free of charge at any time. On arrest the custody officer should inform you, orally and in writing, of this right, as well as the right to have someone informed of the arrest. You should also be informed of your right to consult the Codes of Practice, and that these are continuing rights – if you do not take advantage of them when offered you can do so at any time you are in the police station. The police must remind you of your right to see a solicitor at many points during your detention: for instance, before the beginning or recommencement of any interview or before a review.

    Access to legal advice may be delayed by the police for up to 36 hours from the relevant time if you are detained for a serious arrestable offence, a drug-trafficking offence or certain other specified offences where the police are attempting to recover property and you have not yet been charged with an offence. Delay may be authorised only by an officer of at least the rank of superintendent if he or she has reasonable grounds, which must be recorded in writing, for believing that the exercise of the right to legal advice would lead to any of the following:

    Interference with evidence of a serious arrestable offence.
    Harm to others.
    The alerting of accomplices.
    Hindering the recovery of property.

    Once the reason for authorising the delay ceases to exist, there may be no further delay in permitting access. Delays are rare and even then they often will not be justified.

    Code C provides that if you ask for legal advice you should not be interviewed until you have received it, unless:

    Delay is authorised; or
    An officer of at least the rank of superintendent reasonably believes that delay caused by waiting for a solicitor involves risk or harm to persons or property; or
    This would unreasonably delay the investigation; or
    The solicitor cannot or will not attend and you do not want to use the duty solicitor scheme or the duty solicitor is not available; or
    You consent in writing or on tape to the interview going ahead.

    Y ou may consult your solicitor in person, on the telephone or in writing. If you are not allowed to see a solicitor, you should think very carefully indeed before answering any questions or making a statement. If you are denied access to legal advice, as opposed to choosing not to take advantage of it, no adverse inferences may be drawn from you exercising your right to silence while that situation persists.

    It should be noted that the right to have a solicitor present when being interviewed and also to communicate privately with a solicitor is viewed extremely seriously by the courts and any unnecessary deprivation may be viewed as a violation of Article 6 of the Convention (the right to a fair trial). Evidence obtained as a result may be excluded from any subsequent trial.”

  3. Anonymous says:

    When Should a Suspect’s Right to Legal Assistance Arise?
    The Carloway Review does not recommend that the right of access to a lawyer should be extended beyond situations where a suspect has been detained. It does consider, however, that interviews out with a police station will always be subject to the overarching requirements of fairness under Article 6 and stresses that the police should inform anyone being questioned that they have the right to access a lawyer (Carloway, 2011).

    This position has been criticised by the Scottish Legal Action Group (SCOLAG) which has argued that:
    “The proposal could go further in requiring access to legal advice for those who are to be questioned as suspects but not detained. Whilst we acknowledge the practical difficulties with such a requirement in some circumstances, these should not prove insurmountable. It may well be that developments in the Strasbourg jurisprudence will in the future, require access to such advice to be provided” (SCOLAG, 2011a).
    To ensure clarity SHRC has recommend that any suspect, whatever his or her location, who is to be questioned under caution is afforded the right to legal assistance and is advised of that right at the time he or she is first cautioned (SHRC, 2011b).
    *The Commission point to the example of a police officer at the roadside offering a suspect the opportunity to phone his lawyer (and even offering him a mobile phone to do so) before starting questioning. A similar practice is identified in New Zealand (s 23(1)(b) New Zealand Bill of Rights Act 1990; MOT v Noort, Police v Curran [1992] 3 NZLR 260).

    Taken from Scottish Human Rights Commission

  4. Anonymous says:

    I am supiciou, a great hubbub surrounds this one girl hollie greg, while hundreds indeed thousanads of boys in the same position in care homes orphanages and schools across the country
    have no voice, why ?

  5. Anonymous says:

    They sentenced Robert to a year (the max) last time for handing out leaflets I recall.

    They can give him 5 years this time for what i believe used to be deemed fair comment in Scottish Private Law.

    Seems to me a total abuse of the Protection from Harassment Act 1997:

    “They said something again which upsets me!”

    “Don’t worry, we’ll see to it they face 5 years for that!”

    Tim Rustige’s trial in Aberdeen starts on the 24th of this month so please keep posted.


  6. sovereigntea says:

    Copy this poster and post it and email it everywhere you can, send it to Scotland EU loving Alex will just love it !

  7. john says:

    I suspect that Robert has been detained to prevent his appearance as a witness in defence of Tim Rustige next monday. How very convenient for a certain DBE.

  8. Anonymous says:

    The faces of these so called police officers photos should be plastered all over Scotland with the title ‘traitors to humanity’. Put them on street lamps, traffic lights, bill boards, walls- everywhere. They should be boycotted from clubs, events, you name it. All it would take is a few people to have a massive impact on the lives of these scumbags.

  9. Anonymous says:

    Green’s allegations of a paedophile ring do not hold up to scrutiny. He has now fallen out with Hollie Greig’s mother who is a pathological liar with a history of mental illness and who conned the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority into making a pay out.

    Green alleges the abuse took place at the home of the Sheriff’s sister but the Sheriff has no sister. All of those named as fellow victims have rubbished his claims. We are expected to believe that a disabled girl was systematically raped between the ages of 6 and 20 and her mother was unaware of it.

    Green has a prior history of making ludicrous claims after his travel agency went bust. He is an ego tripping, charlatan living in a fantasy world.

  10. Anonymous says:

    Obviously the post at 11.46am is a decoy, should be ashamed of themselves..

  11. Anonymous says:

    Obviously the post at 7.05 pm is from someone who chooses to ignore the mass of evidence which points to a hoax?

    Why have people Green stated were rape victims denied that this in the strongest terms?

    Why have no other victims of this massive paedophile ring came forward?

    How could the abuse have taken place at the house of the Sheriff’s sister when he does not have a sister?

    How could a disabled child be brutally raped over a period of 14 years without her mother/main carer noticing?

  12. Anonymous says:

    The wieght of concern:-

    Orwell’s Aberdeen: The Hollie Greig Story

    by 7bananatrees

    David Icke ~ The Scottish Establishment Paedophilia Ring


  13. Anonymous says:

    Hoax hahaha

    Its the biggest cover up in Scottish history since Dunblane

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