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Scottish Murders

Who Killed Willie Macrea?

Who Killed SNP Politician Willie MacraeCH4's Scottish Eye Murder Mystery.

To learn more about Willie Macrea watch these Videos

Part 1 http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=IsqJEN9ouY0

Part 2 http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=BkfbToZoBN4

Part 3 http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=KWS1SRPJD60

Other sites on the Willie Macrae

Why have the authorities DENIED FOR 20 YEARS that Willie MacRae was being followed by Special Branch, at the time of his death, for his political activities.... the full story

1 November 2010 Call for new probe of SNP activist Willie McRae's death.

Scotland's senior law officer has been asked to re-investigate the death of an SNP activist 25 years ago.

Solicitor and anti-nuclear campaigner Willie McRae was found badly injured in his crashed car on the A87 near Kintail in Wester Ross in April 1985.

Later, in hospital where he died, medical staff found a gunshot wound behind his right ear. Read this BBC report.

Nuclear Plants in ScotlandScotland is in surplus again. The most recent Government Expenditure and Revenue Scotland (GERS) figures demonstrate that Scottish public finances ran current budget surplus in each of the four years to 2008- 09, totaling £3.5 Billion. In comparison the UK ran a budget deficit in each of those years totaling -£72.3 Billion. The Times Report

Balance on budget - £ billions

GERS (June 2010) Government Expenditure & Revenue Scotland 2008-2009 gavin mccrone

Nuclear Plants in ScotlandIn 2009 Scotland's exports rose by 13.8%. The UK's exports rose by a mere 0.05%.

How much is Scottish oil worthThe European Union costs every UK Citizen £234 a year. The UK Union costs every Scottish resident £2300 + a year. The UK Union costs Scotland £34.5 million a day.

Scottish Indepedence Referendum

Scotland's Stolen SeaSkint Scots Strike Oil - 25% of Scotland's Children some 522,000 live in persistant poverty

Scotland's Stolen SeaIn 1999 Labour and Liberal Democrats secretly made 6,000 MILES of SCOTLAND'S SEA - ENGLISH by moving Scotland's marine boundaries from Berwick-up-on-Tweed to Carnoustie.