Sunday, 6 May 2012
Ger-kill and hide
I'll begin by going over old ground : Glasgow Rangers (The 'Gers) are taken over by a Craig Whyte last year, who promises them the Earth. Unfortunately, he does not deliver and expedites the club's financial woes by not paying any tax bills to Her Majesty. Given that Rangers had an ongoing problem with the taxman ( the "big one"), this "wee one" - 9 million - is the catalyst for the club to be forced into administration on Valentines Day. Since then the media have been full of this might happen, that might happen, until last Thursday something did happen. Another Bill, an American with the surname Miller, was announced as "preferred bidder" his offer of £11.2 million outclassing the others. It is not really cut and dried yet though, as Miller's bid comes with Frankensteinish strings attached, namely somehow removing the heart of the club, incubating it, and attempting to rebuild a healthy body to which the heart can be re-inserted at some point in the future.
Me personally, well I see it as a microcosm for our imminent global financial meltdown, with another Bill, or William, as saviour; winning hearts and minds before no doubt grinding us all down, miller-style. I have written various posts regarding this and what, given the numerical alignments, looks like high level masonic involvement in the affair.
Here's something else to add to the mix.
Also last Thursday a high profile criminal trial was brought to conclusion. The accused, Ross Monaghan, was acquitted, on the basis of there being no relevant evidence against him, of assassinating Kevin "Gerbil" Carroll in a supermarket car park in Robroyston, Glasgow, on 13th January 2011, exactly one year, one month and one day before the Ger's bills sent them into admin - surely a St. Valentine's Day massacre. Robroyston is where "Braveheart" - William Wallace - was allegedly turned over to the English in 1305.
Carroll was apparently a bit of a bad egg and was stepping on various toes, so much so that at the trial it was revealed that the police had compiled a list of 99 potential suspects, although the accused did not feature. He arranged to meet a drug dealer in the car park to tell him that he was working for "him" now, and arrived in the back seat of a Audi with two front seat occupants. A Volkswagon Golf bearing false registration plates YF55 EZZ screamed up at 1.23pm, blocked in the Audi, and two masked hitmen jumped out. The driver and front seat passenger of Gerbil's vehicle also jumped out and ran, however, mysteriously, the back doors appear to have locked, leaving Gerbil trapped and the two highly professional assassins able to pump 13 bullets into him. Obviously he was dead, one wonders if someone with the relevant expertise could remotely jam a locking system.
Somehow then, his friend from an alleged notorious criminal family - the Daniels - swiftly travelled some 9 miles to the scene in his red Audi, whereupon he managed to enter the car twice and was seen removing items from the corpse's pockets. In the interim, before the police eventually arrived, he ate some sim cards to prevent them being analysed.
Also during the trial, it was alleged that Monaghan was the owner of a phone number/sim, the digits of which, according to the bbc report were 121 : "Mr Bennett told DC Sloan that he was called twice by the number ending 1210, which he believed was Mr Monaghan's number.". Bear in mind that 121 is 11 squared, the double eleven cropping up in this ongoing malarkey- eg Bill Miller - with astonishing regularity and that no other digits of the alleged number were disclosed.
Then there's Paul McBride, a top Scottish lawyer imminently due to represent the accused. He was found dead in his hotel room in Pakistan just before the proposed date of this trial. Curiously, he was also shortly due to represent another media-alleged Glaswegian gangster, Barry "Braveheart" Hughes - his nickname taken from Gibson's William Wallace movie. See (The Braveheart Enigma)
On Saturday it was reported that forensic scientist, Alison Colley, of the Scottish Police Service Authority had been pressurised by Strathclyde Police to "form her conclusion using the (gunpowder) particle at the request of a detective superintendent involved in the investigation." (BBC News)
On Sunday it was reported that a serving Lothian and Borders police officer, Derek McLeod, had passed secret information regarding Carroll's surveillance to one of the suspects in his murder. He was also found with 85 kilos of cannabis under his stairs and a cannabis "factory", allegedly worth £35,000, in his garage. He received a paltry 2 years and 3 month sentence.
Top - image - Celtic fans fly a four horsemen of the Apocalypse flag at the derby match last week. More apt than they realise.
Middle image - Prince William, front cover Hello magazine issue 1111, issued 22/2/10
last image - the elusive Craig Whyte just last Friday, captured by reporters hiding behind his Kindle, resonating the kindling of the phoenix fire. (Daily Record)
Scottish Sun - Gerbil's unlucky 13
BBC -Scottish Police Service Service Authority to investigate 'Gerbil' case forensics
BBC News - Ross Monaghan acquitted.
Note - Not much is really known about William Wallace