Saturday, January 22, 2011

Tommy Sheridan’s day of judgement draws near, Wednesday 26th January, High Court, Glasgow, Strathclyde Police expect protest demo on lotto day!

Dear All

The Countdown is on.

Wednesday 26th January Tommy Sheridan returns to Court for sentencing.

He will walk in the front door and presumably out the back door into a prison van.

And it seems that Strathclyde Police, acting as the forces of law and order think that there maybe a demo at the High Court.

Scotland waits to see how Lord Bracadale will jump.

Will he be kind and impose a light sentence?

Or will he slam up Sheridan for years?

To the question, does Sheridan pose a danger to the public?

A key question in whether to slam someone up in the clink!

I would say no.

Hopefully, Lord Bracadale will save the taxpayer a few quid and impose a suspended sentence.

If Sheridan is slammed up for 4 years, it would cost the taxpayer circa £130K.

I still favour a suspended sentence, massive fine and community service.

3 years suspended, £10,000 fine and 2,500 hours of community service seems about right.

Yours sincerely

George Laird
The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University


Anonymous said...

You dont know him. He is a danger to the public.

Allo Allo said...

Best lock him up then.

Anonymous said...

Best thing would be to lock him up, send you a clear message that perjury is a serious offence, more so when it involves MSP's, or ex, MSP's.
He deserves a custodial sentence as he has been a thorn in the side of many so i hope the judge sends him down.

ALL politicians, councillors, esp in Glasgow City Council will be watching with bated breath to see the outcome of this fiasco and see how long Tango Tommy gets as a few of them will be quaking in their boots in the chamber of corruption