Nov 02

Help Change the Scottish Sectioning Law

Please support the Duchess of Hamilton in her attempts to help Joe Bloggs by changing the present archaic Scottish Sectioning law, having lost her own husband, the Duke, in 2010 shortly after his unlawful sectioning. This is a big opportunity … Continue reading

Oct 19

Private citizen wins right to prosecute Metropolitan Police worker

We are fast approaching the stage of the ultimate inversion: the stage where the government is free to do anything it pleases, while the citizens may act only by permission; which is the stage of the darkest periods of human … Continue reading

Aug 24

Just who WILL hold the BBC to account

Here at HDJ we always wondered about the level of interest shown by BBC Scotland in Hollie’s abuse case, only to have the information sat on, leaked and finally attempts to discredit Hollie’s mother by former and existing members of … Continue reading

Jul 30

The Ring of Fire in Aberdeen

The Ring of Fire in Aberdeen was created in 2013, it contains additional information which was not included in the previous edition entitled Malcolm Webster in League with the Devil. This video is highlighting the parallels between the murder of … Continue reading

Jun 09

Internet companies summoned by UK govt for June 17 meeting to ban rape and child porn

The Times of India reports: Internet companies like Google and Facebook have been summoned by British prime minister David Cameron for a “council of war” meeting to find ways of battling child and rape porn. Cameron said it sickens him … Continue reading

May 27

Events – Last Week and The Future

As Anne and Hollie Greig begin their preparations for the first of a series of legal actions, those who over the years have been accused of abuse, fraud, corruption, malfeasance and abuse of public office are beginning to show their … Continue reading

May 17

Spotlight falls on COPFS paedophiles

The case of Hollie Greig, now ongoing for 13 years, has highlighted many times that there are paedophiles operating within Scotland’s judicial system. This has always been denied by officials. However, this week we see a chink of light. With … Continue reading