right is the article proper and below left is the News
of the World editorial the same day: the
ninth anniversary of the Massacre.
orders from the Scottish Executive,
around half of the files on Cullen's
illegal embargo were finally released on 3 October 2005,
but in a much redacted, largely illegible form.
GRIEVING dad who's only daughter was killed in the Dunblane
Massacre is fighting to gain access to official
documents which have been quietly locked
away until 2096.
Mick North, who lost five-year-old Sophie when
gun fiend Thomas Hamilton ran amok
nine years ago today, has filed a Freedom of Information
Act request demanding access to them.
Crown Office has failed
to make available ANY of the 106 documents studied by Lord
Cullen during his 26-day inquiry into the atrocity.
officials had promised to release some of the reports two years
ago after an outcry over the secrecy.
claim the inquiry did not answer vital questions.
56, said: "It overlooked some of the worst failings of
a system that allowed Hamilton to
keep guns despite serious concerns
about his conduct."