Bonnie Scotland

Assaulted in Edinburgh, our capital city. Attacked and spat on in Glasgow's West End along with his partner. Sent bombs in the post to Glasgow's East End. Beaten unconcious in Glasgow's West End. Threats to his family. Round the clock security. Midnight runs…Read More

Bigoted Scots Abuse Neil Lennon Every Week

Celtic manager Neil Lennon has told a court it was "very disturbing" when he heard that suspect packages addressed to him had been intercepted. Mr Lennon was giving evidence in the trial of two men who are accused of plotting to kill him with parcel…Read More

Neil Lennon murder plot: Scottish Natives in the Dock.

The trial of two men accused of plotting to kill Neil Lennon has been shown photographs of a package addressed to the Celtic manager. The High Court in Glasgow heard the A5-sized parcel raised suspicions at a Royal Mail office in Kirkintilloch when a nail…Read More

Did a Scottish jury just legalise assaults on Irish Catholics living in Scotland?

One of Scotland's top lawyers has described a jury's decision to clear a Hearts fan of a sectarian attack on Celtic manager Neil Lennon as the "most bizarre verdict" he has ever heard. John Wilson had been accused of a racially aggravated assault on Neil…Read More

Dying of Shame

Forget that rather facile comment by a legendary manager about football being more important than life or death, to a present-day one it is about just that. Or rather more specifically, death. Neil Lennon, the manager of Celtic, is a Catholic, a republican…Read More

Lennon assault accused faces trial

As sentences of up to eight years for English rioters are passed in English courts I wonder how many years will be given by Scottish courts to anti Irish racists for their attacks on Neil Lennon and high profile Irish Scots figures? Will Scottish courts at…Read More

Neil Lennon attacked in the sectarian East Coast of Scotland: SPL condone Hearts FC's lack of security.

Lennon voices dismay at SPL’s fan attack ruling 1 Jul 2011 NEIL LENNON believes the Scottish Premier League should have punished Hearts for the incident at Tynecastle last season in which the Celtic manager was attacked by a supporter, writes Richard…Read More
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