Exactly two years ago – on 31st May 2015 – a document was signed by three Greenock Morton Supporters Trust directors, following the auditing of the 2014 accounts. That document should have been presented to the G.M.S.T. membership at a statutory A.G.M. before the end of June – BUT – no general meeting took place in 2015. That was a blatant breach of the constitution. Furthermore, that document has never ‘seen the light of day’ for the Trust members, and all because it contained this arrogant and ill advised boast by Trust Chairman Nicholas Robinson C.A.
Lying insolvency practitioner Robinson fully expected his Trust Deed scam to come to fruition within a matter of months. He had reason to believe that fellow bean counter ‘Dear Iain’ Forsyth would accept the Morton Trust’s invalid claim when Jim Gallacher’s Trust Deed ended and G.M.S.T. v Gallacher would be ‘done and dusted’.
Those two had spent over an hour blethering on the ‘phone in November 2011 after which Piniccio sent this to ‘Dear Iain’ along with the Trust’s claim.
‘Fiddler’ Forsyth normally ‘Strips the willow’ far from the ‘big smoke’ –
– though every Tuesday he makes the long trip south to earn an honest crust assisting the owner of this heavily promoted charitable organisation!
– but back to those disappearing accounts and that A.G.M., and Mortonjag’s regular readers will remember that Jim Gallacher well and truly pooped Robinson’s ‘going away’ party when he emailed his Trustee just two days after that directors’ report was signed.
Suddenly, it wasn’t going to be the predicted walkover. Sick Nick had lost his ‘reason’, and that bragging valedictory speech was hastily shelved. The A.G.M. was abandoned too – with no regard for the rights of the members who had never been consulted about G.M.S.T. v Gallacher in the first place.
Mortonjag’s regular readers will also recall that when Fiddler Forsyth originally adjudicated on Jim’s Trust Deed, he announced that a dividend was to be paid to the creditors AND to the G.M.S.T.
When Jim objected, Forsyth whined that ‘it was only 1p in the pound’ before preposterously asking his client to ‘put something in writing along with a set of accounts’ when he already possessed those AND a comprehensive eight page submission from Jim’s solicitor. Laughably, Forsyth later LIED to Mortonjag that he had NOT made that original adjudication without looking at the evidence from Harper Macleod LL.P.!
JIm Gallacher was confused, but supplied old accounts in good faith, and after a farcical exchange of emails the Trustee administered what he believed would be his ‘kiss of death’.
Firstly, the ‘GMSS’ was never a creditor. How could it be when there was no debt, and who said so? Trustee Forsyth!
Secondly, there was no evidence to support the claim, as Harper Macleod had ably demonstrated. Who said so (later)? Trustee Forsyth!
Thirdly, the ‘GMSS’ DID NOT RAISE A DEBT ACTION! They made a false claim in court. They could equally well have done so in the Willow Bar. Insolvency law never applied to G.M.S.T v Gallacher. Who said so? Trustee Forsyth, when he stated time after time that he had no interest in the matter, that the Trust was free to proceed, and that ‘if there was a decree he would accept the claim’!
Mr. Forsyth was not at all ‘sorry that it was not the decision Jim had wished for’. He was delighted to stab his client in the back in order to favour his fellow lying bean counter from Wemyss Bay.
That statement was SO contradictory of all his previous advice that it was almost as though his ‘buddy’ had written it for him. PERHAPS HE DID.
It is a classical example of the shamelessly skewed ‘insolvency law’ which liar Robinson regularly plastered all over Morton ‘media’ and spoon fed to Peter Harvey of Blair & Bryden LL.P.
IAIN FORSYTH MADE A CRITICAL ERROR. IN SO DOING HE FAILED HIS CLIENT, CHEATED THE PROVEN CREDITORS, AND DISGRACED HIS PROFESSION.
IT REMAINS FOR OTHERS TO ESTABLISH THE DEGREE OF NICK ROBINSON’S INFLUENCE ON THE TRUSTEE WHEN THE MATTER IS FINALLY PUT TO THE TEST!
More soon folks as the Trust Deed team at the A.I.B. begins to ask questions!