The Dunblane Inquiry Cover-up Exposed.
happened at Dunblane Primary School on 13 March 1996
shocked the British nation to the core. An Inquiry
was set up under the
Tribunals of Inquiry (Evidence)
Act 1921 to fully examine what led up to Thomas
Hamilton shooting dead 16 children and their
teacher, injuring a further 12 children and 3
teachers. Thirteen years on, do we really know the truth
about the events of that dreadful day?
The author - who lived in Dunblane for nearly 20
years - has meticulously researched all the evidence
and presents a very different version of events from
Lord Cullen's Report.
This is a thought provoking book that asks many
questions, particularly about Thomas Hamilton's
relationship with members of Central Scotland
Police. The author is calling for a new Public
Inquiry into the events of that day and into the
associates of Thomas Hamilton and what they knew.
Despite persistent attempts by the Scottish Crown
Office to keep the truth buried, campaigners say
they will never give up until the truth is exposed.
This is must read for anyone who thinks the Dunblane
Inquiry was a cover-up. To view further material
concerning the Dunblane tragedy
Government response to Cullen Enquiry
pay particular attention to the
statement given by the off duty police officer
who arrived at the scene within a minute or two of
the shootings. This witness was NOT called to the
witness stand at the Inquiry to give evidence. His
statement was NOT deposited in the Scottish National
Archive before November 2005, nine years after the
event as shown by the preceding letter.
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