Broken doesn’t begin to explain it –

Broken doesn’t begin to explain it – 18 months and counting. The ongoing missing referendum money investigation has stalled, as in cemented into going nowhere. I have blogged about this before and here we are again.

Sean Clerkin has lodged a complaint with Police Scotland after it emerged the party’s leadership had yet to be questioned 18 months after the probe officially began. (The Herald)

Last week the Sunday Times reported a forensic examination of SNP accounts prompted the police to ask the Crown Office for permission to question the party’s leadership. However the Crown Office had asked for more time to consider whether officers should interview Ms. Sturgeon and Mr. Murrell, the paper said. Something continues to be wrong with COPFS Scotland, quick to prosecute Alex Salmond, bloggers, and women with ribbons but issues that appear to be to be difficult for the SNP leadership seem to require a lot of time and consideration, interesting.

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5 Responses to Broken doesn’t begin to explain it –

  1. duncanio says:

    Yes, it stinks.

    And that’s because the dead bodies are accumulating under the floor boards.

    • Duncanio

      It really is a joke, isn’t it? They appear quick to charge other people, or at least investigate, however, the fact this is still being dragged out after so long just adds to the impression that many have of the justice system in Scotland being broken. I had little faith in justice in Scotland even before Sturgeon, I have pretty much zero now. My Dad used to say that in the UK you got the justice you could afford, not wrong was he.

      Thanks for commenting.

  2. Alastair says:

    It seems the dark state are behind this. Nothing is as it seems in UK,Ok.

    • Alastair

      There is something far wrong or appears to be anyway. Something has always left a bad smell for me in Scotland as far as the courts go and it has just gotten worse since Sturgeon. I have zero faith in the system, or for poor people to get any fair treatment at all. Scotland appears to be as corrupt and broken as the UK and this case just adds to the stink.

      Thanks for commenting.

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