Tuesday, 18 September 2007

SCCRC In Conflict With Courts

The decision Of Our Court Of Appeal in the Raymond Gilmour Case.

In a nutshell.

His Misdirection in the form of what constitutes proof beyond Doubt was accepted as a Misdirection even the Advocate depute conceded this and can be seen at :

With the Exact same Judge and comment in my appeal to SCCRC i was told by Gerard Sinclair Of SCCRC this was not a Misdirection.

Quite Clearly SCCRC should have referred my case to Appeal courts on this Misdirection.

Their failure to do so adds credence to my claim that they have made Political decisions in my case because it reflects badly on William Taylor QC.

Remember he sat on the Board of SCCRC whilst they (Allegedly) investigated my Grounds of appeal which consisted of an Anderson ground against Mr Taylor.

Every aspect of my case reflects on his Bad practise and Misconduct, Certainly it can be said my whole Grounds were not before the Jury at the time of Trial.

It was also Taylor that told me he did not want to be seen to be Calling The Police Liars.

Gerard Sinclair Should resign Without delay.

Watch Flickr site for more complaints against SCCRC to Surface.


Tuesday, 11 September 2007

SCCRC Gerard Sinclair Flasher

Apparently Our Justice Minister thinks it is alright for SCCRCs Chief Executive to lift his kilt and Flash his Private Parts:

His opinion is here:

S3W-3572 - Bill Kidd (Glasgow) (SNP) (Date Lodged 21 August 2007) : To ask the Scottish Executive whether allegations about Gerard Sinclair, Chief Executive of the Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission and temporary sheriff, that were published in The Sun on 14 August 2007 have been authenticated and, if so, whether it considers him to be a suitable person to continue to hold these posts.

Answered by Kenny MacAskill (4 September 2007): The reported incident occurred in 2001 at a private function attended by Mr Sinclair in a personal capacity while he was in private employment. Mr Sinclair has been Chief Executive of the Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission since 1 July 2003 and has held an appointment as a part time sheriff since 1 July 2006. I believe he is an entirely suitable person to hold both posts.

Although Mr MacAskill has said the above i will now be writing to Law Society and complaining about his conduct. Their response will also be posted here.

Not only is Sinclair the Chief Executive of SCCRC He is also a part time Sheriff and sits on the Law Societies Criminal Justice Committee.

I will also be raising the Conflict Of Interest here in this Instance

Bill Kidd should have been asking if SCCRC knew of Sinclairs Flashing Incident when he was appointed Chief Executive of SCCRC.