Apr 11, 2021

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by: dexter

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Tags: BBC Scotland, Police Scotland, Rangers Football Club

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Categories: legal

Corrupt Police Scotland Insanely Based Rangers Football Club Debunked Fraud Case On A Sham BBC Scotland Panorama Documentary That Was A Lie

This is not the first time that the scumbags at BBC Scotland have targeted the great Rangers football club – they selectively edited a video of Rangers legend Ally Mccoist out of context, showing him smirking at former Celtic manager receiving death threats, something Mccoist did not do and the dirty dogs at the BBC were forced to apologise for. The evil creeps at BBC Scotland even promoted a visual of Rangers player Ryan Jack being decapitated, which again they had to retract. The 55 time Scottish champions banned the vile BBC from their ground for this and many more incidents of lies and inaccurate reporting.

A senior detective told a witness that a fraud probe into Rangers FC was predicated on the findings of a sham inaccurate BBC documentary.

Phillip Duffy, 54, a special adviser at Duff & Phelps, whose services were employed when the Ibrox club fell into administration, said he had been giving a witness statement when the comment was made by Detective Chief InspectorJim Robertson.

Mr Duffy was giving evidence on the third day of the £7 million compensation claims against police and prosecutors brought by David Grier, a business consultant who was wrongfully arrested in 2014 but was later acquitted of all charges.

Mr Grier sued the BBC over its bogus documentary The Men Who Sold the Jerseys, which it falsely said revealed “the scandal which brought Rangers FC to its knees”.

Mr Duffy’s witness statement said: “At the end, I remember [Robertson] remarked the whole basis for him arresting … the Duff & Phelps people was based upon the Panorama programme.

“I thought this was strange behaviour. I thought it was strange that a criminal arrest should proceed on the basis of a television programme, especially Panorama which has history in reporting matters incorrectly or sensationally.”

Mr Grier was among a number of men arrested during the investigation into Rangers and its sale to Craig Whyte. Lord Tyre concluded that prosecutors had no “probable cause” to prosecute Mr Grier.

Read more; https://www.scottishlegal.com/article/fraud-probe-into-rangers-was-based-on-panorama-documentary-court-hears

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