The Crown Office have said to Politicians, Hollies army, and Shropshire Council that a thorough investigation was done on Roy Greigs death.
Attached below is the Fire report of that evening, and as you will see from the report Grampian Police spent less than ONE HOUR investigating Roys death, as that is all the firemen gave them as lighting at the scene. This was a very stormy night of wind and rain as the ‘forensics’ were carried out on the car.
What exactly did Grampian Police do in that one-hour? We have been refused this information, they will not tell us. This is what they call a thorough investigation – One HOUR in a raging storm.
We were also refused the photograph that was in the local newspapers, Press and Journal and Evening Express, saying the copyright belongs to the reporter – who worked for the paper. That point we concede, however, where are the official police and fire brigade photographs?
We have also asked for the toxicology report and photographs of Roy Greig’s autopsy and photographs of the vehicle at the scene of the crime, these have also been refused. We have asked for the names of the officers in both Grampian fire brigade and Police who wrote the reports and determined the verdict of suicide. These too have been refused.
In view of the fact a Grampian Fire officer and a Grampian police officer, working in forensics, were both named by Hollie we find these refusals very much in line with a cover up.
I now require answers to the following:
On that night of 17th November 1997, Roy Greig’s body left the scene on route to the Aberdeen hospital at 22:11. The police only had light from the fire brigade for ONE hour. 22.32 the fire incident log states “… the appliance will be in attendance for approximately 1 hour to provide lighting for police investigation unit.”, and the report states that the last appliance returned at 23:46.
1. Does Grampian police constitute less than one hour at the scene in the lashing rain in the middle of a stormy November night sufficient time to determine the cause of death?
2. Why has the full forensics report in this ‘full investigation’ been withheld?
3. What is the name of the Officer who wrote the report and determined Roy Greig committed it was suicide?
4. Why has the haematology/toxicology report of Roy Greig’s blood, confirming he died of carbon Monoxide poisoning been withheld?
5) Why have the photographs of his burnt vehicle been withheld?
6. What was the name of the second person/witness at the scene, who’s name has been withheld? Why ?
7. Did you investigate how Sylvester Cadger was able to see the alleged burning vehicle on a November night with gale force winds and torrential rain from the motorway? We have, it was impossible.
8. Where are the mandatory photographs of Roy Greig’s autopsy?
9. Why was Roy Greig’s coffin closed to his relative Anne Greig who was prevented from viewing?
Do you still categorically claim that you, Grampian police, have fully investigated the death of Roy Greig?
I require that the issues above are addressed and to progress this I will require the relevant authorities to provide full disclosure of the details and evidence.
We would like all the MPs and SMPs who have been written to, to consider the questions above as you have stated to MANY members of the public who have written to you and to other politicians etc that the Hollie Greig case was fully investigated, and that there had been a full investigation into the death of Roy Greig.
So far these representatives of the people seem satisfied that the Crown Office says it has done a full investigation, the truth is it has not. The word and reputation of the Crown Office in the past with the Megrahi, Lockerbie and Dunblaine cases is suspect, likewise now with the investigations of the Hollie Greig abuse and suspected murder of Roy Greig.
Consider that during the case of Robert Green V the Scottish Government it was established under Oath in an open court, on the public record, the alleged named abusers were NEVER interviewed. It is clear that Grampian Police failed in their duty for a second time, as those admissions in court prove that a full investigation by Grampian Police was not carried out, and the word of the Crown Office is again suspect.
We are entitled to disclosure. We are entitled to real, genuine and proper investigations, and we now feel we are entitled to a full judicial enquiry into the failures of Grampian Police.
Can you all write again to Grampian Police and the Fire brigade, asking the questions above. Maybe you will have more success with the authorities in furnishing answers. Please call for a public inquiry.