Uttley] am the former partner of Mick
North whose daughter was killed in the Dunblane
tragedy. I have been researching the background
to the massacre and campaigning for a New
Inquiry for the last 3 years.
"Oh how they
must be laughing at the Crown Office.
They've pulled it off. The Dunblane Cover-up.
Mick North, bolstered by Marcello
Mega, has told us there was no
conspiracy. I've always thought
it very sad that the Scottish Legal Establishment managed to orchestrate
the cover-up right under the noses of the
parents and all the journalists at the actual Inquiry.
It is more than sad, it is tragic, that they have put the finishing
touches to the cover-up in such a public
way. Mick has single-handedly
decided for the people of Britain that there has been no cover-up.
from Mick to me [Sandra Uttley]
(by email) last autumn : 'Although I wish it were otherwise,
I think that sadly the pursuit of truth does not bring those responsible
to book. I find that the aftermath of the exposure of the (obviously)
false case for invading Iraq has demonstrated that the general public
do not appear to be put off by lying, and will continue to believe
the untruths even when it's been proved beyond doubt that the politicians
have been lying through their teeth. It is a deeply disturbing
trend that politicians are happy to continue with. So when you
get to the Truth I fear there may well be even more battles to come.'
never wanted the truth. He arrogantly assumes the public does
not want to know the truth either. He is wrong. Very
wrong. And he is not our moral custodian."
- ENDS -
~ Is it right that Mick North and Marcello
Mega think they can go out on a limb - outside
the family group that was bonded in the aftermath of the Dunblane
massacre - and speak, perhaps arrogantly, for the rest
of the victims' families and the Scottish public in deciding there
was no cover-up by Central
Scotland Police? Particularly
in the face of all the glaring evidence. Not least that of the
ex-housemaster of Dunblane's Queen
Victoria School, Glenn
Harrison who put his job
on the line over the child abuse at QVS?
Or my own letters to Lord Cullen,
put by him on a 100-year closure order for
accusing him of conducting a Masonic
whitewash while the Dunblane
Inquiry was still in play.]
party litigant, Martin Frost's revelational
disclosures about the release of the Dunblane
files - Dunblane:
Not all done.