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Monday, September 4th, 2017

Hundreds of Glasgow paedophiles seeking help for online child porn habit

Hundreds of residents have sought help to stop looking at indecent images of children online, the Evening Times can reveal.  More than 800 people from the city have visited an online service since it was set up in October 2015, seeking help to stop viewing the explicit pictures or videos.  The Stop It Now! Get Help site has seen a growing number of people looking for advice in the last two years, with bosses acknowledging the issue is “a massive problem”.

Cop gets off

Edinburgh cop accused of groping colleague in room packed with officers is cleared

A police officer accused of groping a female colleague while sitting in a room packed with fellow officers has been cleared. PC Brian King was said to have fondled the backside of the woman as the pair sat in the Muster Room at Police Scotland’s Fettes police station during a shift changeover.  King was seen to motion for the woman to sit next to him by rubbing the seat but as she approached the chair King was said to have turned his hand over and wiggle his fingers in a provocative manner


Experts blame online porn as shocking figures reveal one Scottish child is charged with rape or attempted rape EVERY WEEK

Online porn is being blamed for a record number of sex crimes by under-18s in Scotland.

A total of 407 were reported for rape, attempted rape, sexual assault or other sex crimes in 2015/16. That included 48 under-16s charged with rape or attempted rape, nearly one child a week.  Experts believe the rise of internet porn, which has given some young people a distorted view of sex and relationships, is to blame for the epidemic.

Lockerbie probe into allegations of police criminality in Megrahi investigation “still ongoing” after 18 months

A three year police probe into allegations of criminality by Lockerbie investigators and prosecutors is still ongoing — 18 months after police said it had entered its “final stages”.

Police Scotland said they are still not in a position to say when Operation Sandwood, which was launched in February 2014, will be concluded and made public. Police are investigating nine allegations of criminality levelled by campaign group Justice for Megrahi at the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service, the police, and forensic officials involved in the investigation and legal processes relating to Megrahi’s conviction.