Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Is Andrew Fulton, Tory Chairman still an MI6 Spy or Asset?


Dear All
Let’s remember the Tories, in particular MI6 Station Chief, currently Chairman of the Tories in Scotland, Andrew Fulton.

Andrew Fulton is involved in the Scottish North American Business Council and listed as an advisor to various organisations involved in intelligence matters.

Andrew Fulton was placed in the Glasgow University Lockerbie Briefing Unit until his cover was blown. His title of Visiting Professor was allowed be given to him by then Glasgow University Principal Graeme Davis, Davis was also a member of SNABC.

The unusual thing about Fulton’s Professorship was that he had never worked in the legal profession in any capacity, had never taught classes and did no research at Glasgow University.

So how was he suitable to be a Visiting Professor of Law?

In my opinion, Graham Davis probably allowed the security services to plant Fulton in the Media unit.
The American ambassador Philip Lader was a member of the Scottish North American Business Council at the same time.
So this may have been used as a front organisation to allow Fulton and Lader to meet without drawing attention to them and talk about Lockerbie and how to handle the press to steer them away from the Americans.
I can’t see the Scottish people trusting the Tories led by an ex MI6 spy and former employee of a mercenary company, this is reflected at the Polls as the Tories can’t make headway.

One more thing about Fulton as Tory Chairman is his lack of public image on the Scottish political scene which tends to suggest that he is worthy of further investigation, in depth investigation.

Yours sincerely
George Laird
The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Top notch!

Do you know if Fulton has any activity in the Committee 300?

George Laird said...

Dear Anon

Sorry no idea.

I thought it was time to do a piece on him to refresh the public's mind.

I wonder if he has a handler who moves in Tory Circles?

Yours sincerely

George Laird
The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University