Pedophiles exposed by Robert Green

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Scotland’s Shame, Pedophiles exposed by Robert Green, Craig Oliver, Hollie Greig

A film that examines the reasons of medea black out of the Hollie Greig case. Please comment with your thoughts. In the summer of 2000, Hollie told her mother, Anne, that she had been repeatedly sexually abused by her father, Denis Charles Mackie and brother Greg. The abuse had begun when Hollie was just six years` old. Hollie said that Greg had also been abused by his father.

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  • James Colton


    I have been following the Robert Green fiasco since it was first reported on UK COLUMN which is a shill organisation.

    Robert Green was writing to the neighbours of Hollie Greg accusing them of paedophilia and Satanism. Hollie Greg suffering from Downs syndrome was schooled by her mentally disordered mother to pick out from pictures those that she alleged sexually abused her.

    The UK Column what every family in the UK investigated for paedophilia. They end their video transmissions begging for money.


    • James Colton


      The DJ Paul Gambaccini stated in his recent book that “Somebody complaining does not constitute evidence. [In] regard to historical sex abuse investigations, there has been a recent mutation of the British justice system from the centuries-old, internationally respected, objective, evidence-based system to a rumour-and-accusation-based system.’
      Paul Gambaccini


      ‘Who is the master of this witch hunt? Who is the highly placed individual who demanded a campaign against aging celebrities and insisted all accusations, no matter how frivolous or insane, be treated as true? Who has corrupted the British justice system with his or her zealotry… and made England a laughing stock among nations in the Western world?’

      Men have to realise they are a hair’s-breadth from a sexual allegation.
      Instigated by the 2003 Sexual Offences Act


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