Police Wrongfully Arrest Man in Connection With Alleged “Pick-Up Artist” Videos, After News Outlets Follow a Predetermined Narrative Against Him

The Scotsman Newspaper Further Scottish Media “MeToo” Agenda Resulting In The Wrongful Arrest of Innocent Dating Coach Adnan Ahmed

The Scotsman Newspaper is the only Scottish news outlet who reported the media fuelled controversy surrounding Adnan Ahmed somewhat objectively, although there were still inaccuracies in their short article. Firstly they said “a controversial YouTube channel shared several clips which showed a man claiming to be a so-called pick-up artist, who offered advice on how men could secure dates with women.” This is true apart from the “pick-up artist” part. Ahmed made no such claim, in a statement to the BBC he actually said, “I don’t consider myself a pick-up artist. I’m a dating and life coach, though many of my clients are from that community.

YouTube is a great platform to promote on these days and we follow their guidelines which meet legal and community standards. I have both males and females in my family; if I’m the best version of myself and a positive example of masculinity it has a positive knock on effect for all the people I’m involved with. As long as I’m improving myself and no-one is getting hurt in the process, that is all I’m concerned with, that’s what I teach.”

The Scotsman publication continued “police arrested a man in connection to online videos which appear to show women being filmed on Glasgow streets without permission…prompted a storm of reaction on social media.” This is totally incorrect, there in no footage online filmed in Glasgow and this did not cause his arrest or a storm on social media. The reason for the online witch-hunt was a step-up by racially motivated reporter Myles Bonnar colluding with sexually motivated Rita Bruce, who sought revenge on Adnan Ahmed for rejecting her advances.

Bonnar works for BBC The Social and abused his role as a journalist to make a video defaming Ahmed to further the reporters flagging career. Here are the full details of Ahmed’s statement to Bonnar in November 2018 http://redpillrights.com/bbc-social-reporter-myles-bonnar-set-up-adnan-ahmed-a-k-a-addy-agame/ and the reporter’s racist motives to ignore and twist the truth http://redpillrights.com/ethnic-woman-accuses-bbc-the-social-reporter-myles-bonnar-of-being-a-racist-white-supremist/. Rita Bruce stalked, sexually harassed, racially abused and sexually assaulted Adnan Ahmed. The details of her motive to set him up can be read here; http://redpillrights.com/addict-rita-bruce-set-up-adnan-ahmed-because-he-rejected-her-sexual-advances-after-she-sexually-assaulted-him-and-she-racially-abused-him/.

The Scotsman is a part of the flawed detective Scottish media. They are part of that same vulture culture, which by default makes them blood-thirsty vultures. They felt the need to cover this fake news story (though briefly) to make sure they didn’t miss a scoop. This is not honest journalism as it furthers a false agenda.

Their article is written by an anonymous reporter, not wanting to put their name to hearsay. They also reference police Scotland’s unprofessional methods used to investigate Adnan Ahmed despite his innocence.

Police Scotland are quoted as saying Ahmed’s behaviour was “predatory and would cause fear and alarm”, after succumbing to media pressure from aggressive online feminists and blood thirsty journalists. Initially when BBC The Social’s video degrading Adnan Ahmed went viral, Police Scotland are quoted as saying “we cannot follow up on this as there is no actual crime to investigate, no crime has been committed.” They were quick to change their tune after BBC The Social’s video gained millions of views and began a witch-hunt amongst the public because of how it was edited and how it portrayed Adnan Ahmed as a demonic sexual caricature, rather than the responsible understanding life coach that he is.

It’s totally bizarre and shockingly worrying that a country’s police force can’t withstand pressure from online trolls and can be manipulated so easily by faceless crazies on the internet. Yes, Scotland is a very small country, but that does not excuse the stupid backward policing tactics used for this matter. There should never have been an arrest in the first place. The police were aware of Ahmed’s dating business 3 years prior to BBC The Social’s hate fuelled video falsely demonising him. They spoke to Mr Ahmed about it on a number of occasions in casual conversation. Both male and female officers approved of it. There are phone calls and written police reports to confirm this.

Adnan Ahmed worked in conjunction with the police, as his job as a Criminal Justice Practitioner made this inevitable. Ahmed’s behaviour was never “predatory”. He ran an online dating business on YouTube for all to see; his clients, video demonstrations and spontaneous conversations with any women were all during the day on well populated busy city centre streets. He wasn’t hiding anything, he wasn’t a “pick-up artist”, so how can his actions be described as predatory, shameful or dangerous?

Police Scotland are supposed to investigate matters neutrally and without prejudice. Instead they contributed to the media mayhem by making comments defaming a man who is not guilty of an actual crime, but was charged, indicted and remanded regardless. The police are now tying to fish for a conviction to cover their mistakes and to not face legal action themselves. At the time of writing this, Ahmed has been on remand for the past 8 months, he has been held in custody, untried and without the option of bail since January 2019.

The Sheriff Court indictment has been designed in such a way to convict Adnan Ahmed on a technicality of Scottish Law (Moorov/ corroboration) rather than using substantial hard evidence, because there is none. Ahmed is not permitted to present vital evidence that proves his innocence because of Scottish court laws that protect prosecution witnesses, even if they are lying.

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