PERJURY ON A GRAND SCALE – PART 2

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THE MYSTERIOUS £600

IN THE TRUST COMMITTEE’S ORIGINAL ACCOUNTS FOR THE C.I.D. – DESPITE THOSE BEING ADVERSARIAL TO  JIM GALLACHER, HE HAD BEEN CREDITED IN FULL WITH PAYMENTS TO BOTH SPEAKERS. JIM ALSO EXPLAINED IN DETAIL TO THE C.I.D. THAT HE HAD RECEIVED AN ESTIMATED £80 FROM THE TOMBOLA.

AVAILABLE EVIDENCE SUGGESTS THAT THE MYSTERIOUS £600 NEVER EXISTED AND THAT IN AN ATTEMPT TO PERPETUATE YET ANOTHER FAIRY STORY, EX-TRUST CHAIRMAN STUART DUNCAN COMMITTED PERJURY ON A GRAND SCALE, AIDED AND ABETTED BY BUCKETEER SEAN DONNELLY. 

Three months after the ‘Stars’ event, the following posting was made on greenockmorton.org. by  ‘9 Strathblane Crescent’ . An ex-moderator with ‘inside knowledge’ including IP addresses has confirmed that he is Stuart Duncan.

In answer to ‘Newt’, ‘Dunco’ appeared to be stating that he had witnessed himself handing £600 to Jim Gallacher! That £600 had never been mentioned before – ANYWHERE!!

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The following email suggests that in characteristic ‘Dunco’ fashion he first spun his fairy tale for Jim MacVicar. How many trusting people were taken in by Stuart Duncan while he laughed up his sleeve at them? 

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Dunco was then forced to stick to his story, though in this subsequent exchange with Iain McGregor, he bemoaned the fact that ‘proving it was a different story’ – despite his crystal clear memory! HE HAD NO WITNESSES!

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BUT – fairy stories are the stuff of magic, and by the time ‘Whizz’ Robinson’s submission was ready for court, everything had fallen neatly into place. Apparently there had been a witness all along. Presumably it just took them a while to collate all of the facts.….

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….and no question of a professional ‘Mr. Duncan stated’ from the vastly experienced LIAR! Robinson presented that as proven fact in the full knowledge of a diametrically opposed account. Then again, the alleged event had been witnessed by Honest Sean of the disappearing bucket!

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Mortonjag’s readers are invited to draw their own conclusions from that literary gem – aptly witnessed in the local ‘slammer’, and as Mr. Duncan’s story is to be published next, two extremely important points should be borne in mind:

1/ Sean Donnelly claimed that he ‘noticed Stuart Duncan counting the money from the tombola on the stage’, and handing Jim Gallacher ‘some piles of money’. He did NOT confirm how much that was – merely what Stuart Duncan told him it was.

2/ Sean Donnelly made NO MENTION of having taken over the counting of the tombola money. That point is critical.

Tomorrow’s blog will be well worth the wait, folks!

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