Posted above is an abridged version of a letter sent by Mortonjag to the Secretary of the Greenock Morton Supporters’ Trust on behalf of Trust member Jim Gallacher. It expressed concern about non-ratification of G.M.S.T. v Gallacher by the Trust members, and also questioned the Trust Chairman’s role in proven maladministration of Jim’s Trust Deed by Trustee Iain Forsyth.
The full version (and that of all published documents) is available to interested parties by contacting Mortonjag. – (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Trust Secretary Mary Sellar failed to acknowledge the correspondence. Instead, she passed a copy to Chairman Robinson. If ever an indictment was required of the bunker mentality of Herr Fuhrer Robinson’s underlings – that is surely the perfect example..
Having read the offending document, far from instructing his own solicitor regarding alleged defamation, Nick Robinson hadn’t the integrity or courage to challenge Mortonjag privately.
Instead, he hi-jacked unrelated email correspondence to the feckless Trust Secretary, and used that medium in an attempt to justify his involvement in the Trust Deed scam. His comments were not for Mortonjag’s benefit – they were specifically directed to copied – in committee members!
TWICE within a four hour period, ROBINSON CLAIMED THAT HE HAD ‘PASSED COPIES OF THE CORRESPONDENCE’ TO THE TRUSTEE AND TO THE ACCOUNTANT IN BANKRUPTCY.
YET AGAIN ROBINSON LIED. HE HAD DONE NOTHING OF THE KIND.
Having claimed that he did not believe Mortonjag’s account of his involvement with the A.I.B., why did Nick Robinson deliberately avoid contact with Barry Simpson whose details Mortonjag had provided, and who could have answered his every question in fine detail? Instead, and almost three weeks later, he sent an anonymous case scenario to ‘Dear Sirs’ at the A.I.B!
The introduction and conclusion are published below. The content is a catalogue of untruths and misinformation designed to generate a ‘tailored’ response which was then supplied to the committee and Trust’s solicitor, purportedly referring directly to the claim on Mr. Gallacher’s Trust Deed! (The full version of his letter is available on request.)
Robinson’s letter to ‘Dear Iain’ Forsyth went off earlier – just three days after he had alleged that it had already been sent! Again it was a ‘statement’ for the benefit of the Trust committee and the solicitor, and a further attempt to justify the unjustifiable!
Mortonjag’s readers may wish to consider the following points:
1/ The Trust Deed was over and Robinson’s unsubstantiated claim had been removed from the creditors’ list.
2/ The G.M.S.T. had failed to prove a debt as confirmed by the Trustee, and so the G.M.S.T. was NEVER a creditor of Mr. Gallacher.
WHAT PRECISELY, THEN, DID NICK ROBINSON IMAGINE HIS RELATIONSHIP WITH THE TRUSTEE TO BE WHEN HE WROTE THE FOLLOWING TO ‘DEAR IAIN’?
If his ‘reason for writing’ was as stated in the penultimate paragraph, why not leave the Trustee to deal with Mortonjag’s ‘offending’ letter, and if he had indeed written to John Cook – deputy C.E.O. at the A.I.B. when he already had Mr. Simpson’s contact details, where is Mr. Cook’s response?
Nick Robinson’s true ‘reason for writing’ was simply a further attempt to justify his conduct in the Trust Deed scam in the eyes of the Trust committee and the solicitors. Mortonjag’s letter had ‘got to’ the lying twister, but Iain Forsyth wanted nothing more to do with the matter, knowing full well that that letter was an honest account of events.
There was, however, the inevitable twist in the tale of a twisted Trust Deed administration!
Why did Iain Forsyth say that ‘there was no adjudication on claims’?
Mortonjag’s readers will recall that he DID ADJUDICATE before making an incredible ‘U-turn’ under scrutiny by the A.I.B.
Was that because Iain Forsyth was withholding details of the A.I.B.’s involvement from his bean counting ‘buddy’ or was it because Robinson wanted him to say that?
First there was this –
– BUT, was Robinson ever sent a copy of this?
The jury’s still out on that!