Monday, 29 November 2010

Sex and Spies in Scotland

UK politician Tommy Sheridan on TV.

Is Tommy Sheridan working for the spooks, or is he being undermined by the spooks?

The Tommy Sheridan story involves sex and spies.

The latest news from the UK concerns the Sheridan 'sex party' charges are dropped

On 26 November 2010, we read more about the Tommy Sheridan 'sex' trial (Sheridan trial: How lie was exposed by extra question).

The spooks like to infiltrate political parties.

It is quite possible that many of the top people in the Scottish Socialist Party (SSP) work for the security services.

Tommy Sheridan is a Scottish socialist politician.

He is one of two co-convenors of the left-wing Scottish political party Solidarity.

He was the convenor of the Scottish Socialist Party, but in 2004 he was asked to resign from this post, by a unanimous vote of the Executive Committee.[1]

The News of the World then alleged that Sheridan had visited a swingers clubs in Manchester and engaged in adulterous affairs with two women.[11]

Sheridan, who claims to be a teetotaller, reportedly drank champagne and consumed cocaine during an extramarital liaison.

In 2006 Tommy Sheridan won an action for defamation against the News of the World.

In October 2006, the News of the World published what it claimed was a video recording of Tommy Sheridan admitting he visited a swingers club in Manchester on two occasions and that he (Sheridan) admitted this at an Executive meeting of the SSP.

The tape had been made using a hidden camera by SSP member George McNeillage in McNeillage's house after he invited Sheridan there. McNeillage had been one of three best men at Sheridan's wedding. [21]

Tommy Sheridan does not appear on the video at any time.

The newspaper has not been able to produce any images from the video showing Sheridan's face and Sheridan says the video is a fake.

Sheridan agrees his voice is on the tape but suggests it was "spliced" with clips of someone else's. [1]

The News of the World claimed four independent voice analysts confirmed that the voice on the tape is Tommy Sheridan's.[22]

But in an interview with the BBC a forensic speech scientist, Peter French, said: "Experts should never say conclusively they have identified a person and this kind of evidence should never solely be used to bring a criminal trial".[23]

Sheridan then suggested that MI5, the Bush government, the SSP and Rupert Murdoch conspired to concoct the videotape to undermine his campaign for an independent socialist Scotland.[24]

In 2007, Tommy Sheridan was charged with perjury.

In October 2010, he appeared together with his wife at a trial for perjury related to the 2006 court case.

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