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  • Paperback: 322 pages
  • Publisher: BookPublishingWorld (8 Mar. 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1905553056
  • ISBN-13: 978-1905553051
  • Product Dimensions: 23 x 15.6 x 2 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 215,495 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Guy on 18 Sept. 2014
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Whether you are pro OR anti shooting this is a MUST read book.
Much has been written in previous reviews , however, this book is a real eye opener into Thomas Hamilton & in particular the cover up orchestrated by Lord Cullen & other leading politicians who, at present, will never be called to account because of the 100 year gagging order.
A decent Society would call for a 2nd enquiry tomorrow to expose the revolting activities that Hamilton facilitated on behalf of others in prominent public offices before they are beyond the reach of a loyal & just criminal system.
Lord Cullen you have a duty to let the truth be told.
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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Sam on 13 Jun. 2010
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Society has somehow been conditioned to avoid discussion about Thomas Hamilton. Revisiting his life would supposedly be painful for the parents of the victims. Re-examing interesting witness testimony is not allowed because protecting the identity of innocent children is paramount.

Against this backdrop, the lid has been firmly closed on discussion about many aspects of Thomas Hamilton's life. Sandra's book, conversely, raises a long series questions about the activities, and moreover acquaintances, of Thomas Hamilton. These questions arise mostly from examining official records which can be independently verified by the reader.

The book's author wonders:

- How did Thomas Hamilton obtain and keep firearms licences for years when he was known to authorities to be unsuitable? Why were the checks and balances of the law at the time not effective?
- How did Thomas Hamilton manage to tyrannize and intimidate so many boys at his clubs and summer camps for years without being stopped, even though many parents complained to the police and councils?
- Given that Thomas Hamilton was known to be fond of photographing and videoing bare-chested young boys running around in shorts or swimming trunks, why was he allowed to continue doing this?
- Who were the regular visitors behind the closed curtains of Thomas Hamilton's home? Why did all the acquaintances of Thomas Hamilton at the Inquiry describe their contact with him as remote, infrequent and uninteresting?
- Hamilton bought new shirts a few days before the shooting. Yet when his house was searched after the shooting, the only clothes and cash that police found were one jacket and four 10p coins (and an empty wallet). Did he really intend to commit suicide that day? Or flee?
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By red pill on 18 Oct. 2014
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2014 and we now find corruption is not a conspiracy theory any more, a book ahead of its time.
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Your book arrived from Amazon.
You did so well to obtain and collate so many answers from authority.
From my point of view the tragedy of Dunblane took place in an era defined by two authority calls for gun control gun confiscation or gun inquiry
22nd November 1990 EU Resolution on Members States (Which UK did not comply with) GLADIO and all unlawful military groups
2003 Gen De Chasterlain International Arms Decommissioners Good Friday Agreement questioning his terms of reference with a view to deploying to Kent to investigate decades of Police issued firearms certificates and activity at gun ranges. And being blocked.
In the early 90s one Kent Range lost its licence twice for irresponsible operation, Brigadier Hague of range licensing, regaining its licence twice supported by Police.
After Dunblane Kent Police moved before the October 96 Commons statement by Michael Howard to withdraw the firearms certificate from a local private youth group leader.
That man in 1980 got a Common assault conviction (some sort of road rage incident) at Pontefract. He was passing through in his campervan on his way to Scotland where he originated.
If it is the position of the gun lobby that police made a series of exceptional mistakes concerning Hamilton but made no mistakes concerning themselves (The "Responsible firearms certificate community") I would take odds. Authority like the EU and like Range licensing reporting to Home Office England had raised questions about institutional concerns about Police issue of firearms certificates.
However you have written a very brave and useful book.
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49 of 59 people found the following review helpful By Mr Richard V Malbon on 27 Mar. 2006
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This is my second attempt to present a review on this site. if my first attmept, submitted several days ago, should eventually surface, please accept my apologies for submitting two.
I am the current Director of the Sportsman's Association of Great Britain & Northern Ireland (the SA). The SA was formed in September 1996 to defend the legitimate sport of target pistol shooting which was under legislative threat following the atrocity committed at Dunblane by Thomas Hamilton.
The SA commissioned its own booklet entitled: Dunblane, The Untold Truths. I was involved in the production of that booklet. The booklet concentrated on the firearms aspects of the case and detailed the 18 mistakes in application of the then existing firearms laws in Hamilton's case made by the Central Scotland Police over a period of over 18 years from 1977, when Hamilton received his first Firearm Certificate up to the day of the massacre. This information was sufficient to demonstrate that Hamilton was not a fit person to be entrusted with firearms and that he should never have been granted a Firearm Certificate to enable him to possess guns 'legally'.
The failure of the Central Scotland Police to carry out their duties properly had disastrous consequences for those in the school on that day and for their families and for all those affected by the massacre. It also had consequences for decent people everywhere.
Sandra Uttley's book covers a much broader range of topics than did our own booklet and reflects the high quality of the research she has carried out, frequently in the face of obfuscation and obstruction from the 'authorities.
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