Cullen Frames the Content of his Clerk's Letter

100-year closure order

National Archives of Scotland

West Register House


The memo below is an internal instruction from Lord William Douglas Cullen to his Clerk to the Dunblane Inquiry, Glynis McKeand.  It was put by Lord Cullen on an extra-statutory, therefore illegal 100-year closure order, and held until its release by the National Archives of Scotland at West Register House, Charlotte Square, Edinburgh on "File COM21/4/105/1" when the then Scottish Executive ordered its long-awaited release to the public for Monday, 3 October 2005.

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WDC    [Ed ~ "WDC" is William Douglas Cullen]                                        12/7/96

Please forward to me Production R30 referred to by you with reference to Wm Burns (freemasons)

GM [Ed ~ "GM" is Glynis McKeand, Clerk to the Cullen Inquiry]

ENDS

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Glynis

I think that “R30” refers to a set of letters clipped together which were produced fairly early in this Inquiry (consisting of a copy of his [Thomas Hamilton's] letter to the Queen and letters to M Forsyth, Councillor Ball and parents etc).

While the tone in these letters is critical of the Scouts and the police, there is nothing specifically about the "Brotherhoods".  Therefore, I don't think they will be of any significance to you.  Hence, I do not enclose them!  {Ed ~ Why not?  Is it because they are of great significance to a prying public and would produce additional corroboration to the Masonic cover-up?]

In framing your letter to Masonic connection writer [i.e., William Burns] you should, I suggest, keep the reply as short and as general as possible.  You could perhaps state that the question of whether TH [Ed. ~ "TH" is Thomas Hamilton] was a member of the Masons was not overlooked in the Inquiry.  Then perhaps say that there was evidence indirectly that he was not a member and indeed that he had written disparagingly about the connection between the police and “Brotherhood organisations”.

I hope that this is of some help.  Please don’t hesitate to send me a draft of what you propose to write (with the letter to which it is to be a reply).

WC   [i.e., William Cullen ~ Ed.]  12/7/96  [Ed ~ The cover-up was well underway.]

 

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